Cast & Crew
Theodore 'T-Dog' Douglas
It was particularly disheartening to see The Walking Dead get Lost so quickly in its sophomore season.
"Bloodletting" functions as one of those post-premiere episodes that play out the consequences set forth by the previous one.
I have yet to encounter anyone who loves zombies who doesn't have a problem with Walking Dead's numerous plot holes.
This is an episode in which very little happens in terms of major plot movement - though it does introduce a potentially significant new setting and group of characters - and yet it's very gripping drama.
I enjoyed 'Bloodletting', if not for the opportunity to see these people relax and dedicate some screen time to something other than gratuitous zombie violence.
It's time for Rick, Shane, and Lori to stop sucking up all the oxygen in the story.
A freak hunting accident, a self-destructing CDC, a jagged piece of a mangled car door-it's not just zombies bringing death in the apocalypse. Everybody's got it bad, but they've still got each other.
This season I don't even know where they're going, honestly. And when I write that sentence, sadly I'm not sure if I mean to direct that more at the characters or the showrunners.
Wow. This series' next twist or turn is anyone's guess. And that's part of the beauty of it.
The progress and situations didn't feel rushed and I'm pleased that we are just starting the journey that is Hershel's farm.
Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal and Sarah Wayne Callies are all absolutely phenomenal in this episode.