Submitted by dweavis 1031d ago | podcast

The GOTDead Podcast - Made to Suffer

GOTD writes: We arrive at the dreaded mid-season finale with an episode that leaves a lot to be desired despite providing some long awaited confrontations. Between Merle and Daryl's family reunion, Andrea learning that her old group is just around the corner and Michonne facing off with the Governor, there certainly is no shortage of stand out moments. But for some reason the episode felt a little flat, even with the introduction of a brand new group of survivors. This final episode for 2012 is perfectly fine on its own, but compared to earlier episodes of the season it doesn't quite stack up when it comes to shock value and providing enough content to get us through the next two "Walking Dead" free months. Featured music is from the soundtrack for "The Walking Dead" television show. (The Walking Dead, TV)

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