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Norman Reedus Playboy And A&E's "Bates Motel" Event During Comic-Con Weekend -  Inside
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Norman Reedus 'The Walking Dead' Panel at Comic-Con
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Comic-Con Recap: 10 Things We Learned from the 'Walking Dead' Panel

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How to Get Your Zombie Fix Until 'The Walking Dead' Season 5 Premiere

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'The Walking Dead' Recap: The Governor Is Still a Psychopath, FYI

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Seven days. That's how long we have to wait until this national nightmare ends and the characters we actually care about on The Walking Dead return. Thank God, because one more week with "One-Eye Bri" and his camp of (mostly) nameless newbies would have left me nuttier than Lizzie out of sheer boredom.I was hesitant about the Governor's return in "Live Bait," and unfortunately "Dead Weight" just made things even worse. We spent all of last week wondering if the Governor had become a changed...Read Full Story

'The Walking Dead' Recap: The Governor Returns in "Live Bait"

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(AMC)"You can lose a lot of soldiers but still win the game." — Brian/Phillp/The GovernorMy feelings at the end of "Live Bait": Man, I really miss life in prison. And when you miss that plague-and-Lizzie-ridden den of misery, you know it's bad news. The Governor's stand-alone return had its moments — the eerie, Cormac McCarthy-esque opening sequence was hauntingly beautiful — but overall, I was disappointed with the Big Bad's return. Not because I really missed the Governor and was expecting...Read Full Story

'The Walking Dead' Recap: An Old Friend Returns in "Internment"

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(AMC)"I hereby declare we have spaghetti Tuesdays." -- Hershel GreeneThe first 45-odd minutes of Sunday's Walking Dead were merciless. "Internment" was visually horrifying, physically sickening, and most of all, ridiculously bleak. Between the chamber of horrors inside the prison and the literal walls collapsing on the outside, no one had a shot. It was a miserable march towards death, on what has rapidly become the most masochistic show on television. In the end, despite the heavy...Read Full Story
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