Before anyone starts reading this apocalyptic editorial, I must give an initial warning that there are spoilers within this article. I encourage readers to continue at their own risk.
The Walking Dead has finally resumed after the painfully long seasonal hiatus.
There are only two reasons Sunday is a day of the week; Christian mass at church and new The Walking Dead episodes.
Despite the hit television show’s interesting plot and well-developed characters, there are aspects of the program that are annoying and distasteful.
First of all, who names their newborn baby Judith? Is the show set in the 1920′s?
Judith being born is not part of the fourth season, but whenever Carl or Rick says her name everyone watching, including myself, wants to rip their hair out.
Also, I hate to break it to you Carol, but no one cares that you are gone. Kicking you out for murdering those people and burning their bodies was one of the smartest things Rick has ever done.
Speaking of Rick, I really would appreciate it if someone reminded him that there is a zombie apocalypse going on. Farming and hiding from the world was cute for an episode, but really blew up in the survivors’ face when the Governor came knocking at the prison door with a tank.
The only characters that mean anything to the group are Daryl, Glenn and Tyreese. Coincidently, these characters are all separated after the prison battle.
The writers of the television show better keep Maggie in the script if they want their family safe. I cannot be held accountable for anything that happens if Glenn or Maggie dies.
Hopefully, The Walking Dead does not continue the tradition of having an interesting introduction followed by 45 minutes of boring dialogue.
Though I am beginning to hate the 30 minutes of commercials on my Sunday nights, regardless of my opinion, AMC will continue to draw in millions to watchThe Walking Dead.