Fans of The Walking Dead TV show will be saddened to remember that Sunday night is the first in eight weeks that hasn’t greeted us with a new episode. As they’ve done in the past with The Walking Dead and other TV shows, AMC has split Season 4 of The Walking Dead into two, eight episode halves. The second half will run on TV in February 2014. If you are a fan of the show and haven’t caught up, or if you plan to watch the show in the future, you may want to stop reading here. I don’t want to ruin any surprises for you.
The last episode before the break left viewers with a lot of questions. The were several plot threads left unresolved, like who was feeding the zombies at the fence, who mutilated the rabbit and hung it up on the wall, what happened to Baby Judith, and who were the people heard over the radio when Daryl, Tyreese, Bob, and Michonne were in the car? Viewers may also wonder when Carol will reappear and when Bob’s alcoholism will reemerge (I’m willing to bet it will happen at the worst possible time). There are also the more practical, plot-related matters of where the TV show can go from here. The main antagonist just died, so he needs to be replaced. The moral center of the TV show was murdered, so he needs to be replaced. And the show’s main setting, the prison, is on fire and flooded with zombies. The rest of this season is going to be quite interesting when it airs on TV in February. Check out the trailer below for a hint at what’s to come. Enjoy and ‘Share’
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