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Submitted by alycakes 429d ago | review

The Walking Dead: "The Suicide King": IGN Review

IGN:
The Walking Dead returned for the second half of Season 3, coming off what had been the strongest sustained period in the show’s history yet… only for the show to have yet another upheaval behind the scenes with Glen Mazzara, the man who replaced Frank Darabont as showrunner, now replaced himself. Mazzara worked on all of Season 3, so these next eight episodes are ones he was guiding – but again, the specifics as to what was going on behind the scenes that led to tension between Mazzara and AMC is unclear, though Mazzara has said he and AMC disagreed about where the show should go moving forward. (The Walking Dead, TV) 7.7/10

alycakes  +   429d ago
Awesome comeback. I'm mad at Daryl for leaving but I have a feeling he'll be back.
Soldierone  +   429d ago
What a great episode. So much happened it was hard to keep up lol

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I don't think its smart to let Daryl go. Look at the huge following he has, and he is developing well. I think he will be back. Killing him would be a massive hit to the show....

Also you can't help but wonder what some of the killed characters would do in these new situations. I think Shane would have killed the governor already. I'd also like to see Dale work alongside Hershal.
vanethe  +   428d ago
the episode moved up(if that's the right word) the status of each character , which is good but on the other hand not a lot of things happened..when the episode ended i was like what ? that's it ?

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