The Mary Sue Post: Walking Dead Recap


As always, I’m at The Mary Sue today talking about the latest episode of The Walking Dead. I hope you’ll join me over there to chat about last night’s episode, “Remember”! Here’s a quick excerpt for ya:

If you aren’t caught up on The Walking Dead, read on at your own risk. There are spoilers ahead! 

Well, kids, we’ve finally seen the inside of Alexandria Safe Zone. I’ll be honest, it’s kind of great. The homes are gorgeous, the area seems incredibly secure, the people are super nice…

..and I don’t trust it for a damn second.

The episode kicks off as the group goes into Alexandria. Aaron directs Rick to Deanna Monroe, a Congresswoman before the zombie outbreak, and the current leader of the town. She is very gracious towards Rick and the group, despite his haggard appearance and his untrusting, mildly feral attitude–like Daryl killing a possum at the gates, and offering it up as dinner for everyone. Despite all of the group’s quirks, she still takes the time to sit down with each member of the group, gets to know them, and then offers them a job within Alexandria, should they choose to stay.

In addition to the jobs and offers to live in Alexandria, Deanna gives the group two amazing homes to live in. Of course, because they are still skeptical of Deanna and Alexandria…

Read the rest over at The Mary Sue!

One thought on “The Mary Sue Post: Walking Dead Recap

  1. I both loved and hated last nights episode! I was super excited to see what was behind the big gates and I had absolutely no idea what to expect. I fell in love with Daryl a little bit more, which I had no idea was even possible but the way he just point blank refused to stop being him and be on guard continually was just wonderful! x

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