War is bubbling in the post-apocalyptic wastelands of AMC, but we’re going to spend the next seven or eight episodes talking about it before anything happens because this is The Walking Dead and that’s what The Walking Dead do.
It’s been a long and cold winter, but now it’s time for The Walking Dead to rise once again for all of the drama, violence, and gore you can stand and, maybe if we’re lucky, they’ll be a zombie or two in tonight’s episode! Fingers crossed! Personally, I can’t wait to see how Glenn survived. My denial is what gets me through the loneliness.
It’s the Winter finale of Teen Wolf and all of your questions will be answered. Will Stiles be saved? Will Mason find… Who cares? WILL STILES BE SAVED!?
Welcome to Teen Wolf, where the rules are made up and the points don’t matter.
Captain Cheekbones makes his move and it’s going to cost this cast several annoying background characters. Also, we get to finally learn Stile’s real name! Who would DO that to a child!?
Theo is in hell. I mean, he WAS in Hell if you count last season, but now he’s in literal Hell… which is more of a figurative hell because a literal Hell would have been too much for this show’s budget.
Why is it that a sherrif who accepts that there are werewolf teenagers, kanimas, duraks, Nokitsunies, berzerkers, hybrids, and eskimos can’t believe that he has the ability to reproduce sexually with a woman? Come on, you believe in a goddamn were-jaguar but you call bullshit on zombie cowboys that erase people? For fucks sake!
It’s been a long and lonely year while the Doctor and River were off having, what I can only imagine as the best and most cosmic whoopee ever seen by the universe. Let’s just say that sonic screwdiver has a few settings that the Doctor doesn’t usually talk about in mixed company if you know what I mean, but he’s back and just in time for a superhero adventure and… oh good. He brought Nardol. That’s…. great.
Who is this Stiles person and why are they devoting an entire episode to him?
Things are shaping up for an absolutely batshit crazy mid-season finale. Neegan is in the henhouse and he wants some goddamn lemonade. Maggie is eating all of Greg’s apples. Sasha has got her hands on a magic bullet and I’m sure when she misses, it’s going to be amazing. Rick and Ethan are about to go on a boat trip… Multiple story arcs in one episode? The ancients spoke of this, but I always assumed it was a myth! Also, someone’s going to die! Come on, Talking Dead, we know what you mean by “mystery guest.”