It’s been a particularly shitty week for the citizens of Alexandria. Not only have they lost the only Asian in town and perhaps in the entire world, but they’ve also gone a week without any of Abraham’s witty colloquialisms. Yes, Abe, we remember you too and we miss you!
HOT NAKED DARYL DIXON ACTION!
We’ve seen fire and we’ve seen rain, now it’s time to hide from the pain for a little bitty while, I guess, and join the wacky adventures of Carol and Morgan as they enter the gates of the Kingdom!
Well… this was just not okay.
I often write about how bad television makes me angry, but I don’t think I’ve ever felt anger like I’ve felt upon finishing this episode. Goddammit, I feel used and manipulated. I honestly do.
Well… They should have just called the episode “Flash” because it was pointless.
Chris and Travis hit a major roadblock in their relationship as Chris becomes an official bro-migo. Meanwhile, the zombies are… I don’t know where the zombies are.
It was a hard task to follow up last seasons’ “Twilight of the Apprentice,” but Rebels did it solidly with an hour that was well-written, well-voiced (how about that Tom Baker, eh?), and well plotted with both action and drama. It’s amazing that a cartoon… a show built for kids to sell action figures, can be this sophisticated and mature.
It’s the seventh annual “Oh My God, Someone’s Going to Die Without This Medicine We Don’t Have So Let’s Risk Our Lives and Go Get It” road trip!
Can you believe that I didn’t even realize that Dad and Asshole Son were missing until someone mentioned they were still missing? That’s seriously how little this show has made me care.