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A visually impressive episode of The Walking Dead, "What Happened and What's Going On" artfully portrays the psychology of the characters, rather than focusing on its shocking moments.
Part of the fascination with The Walking Dead, of course, is that unlike many shows, it offers no continuing hints of where it could end, if it ends at all. Sunday's episode reminds us that's the conversation that matters.
You might be a good show, The Walking Dead, but our relationship would be as toxic as blah blah blah you get the point.
Stylistically, the episode was bolder than usual, upping the montage, flash-forwards and surrealism to almost arthouse levels.
The visual poetry of Tyreese's memories, as well as the many unexpected cameos make tonight's premiere a memorable one, albeit not tremendously exciting for the season itself.
Before The Walking Dead I would have never expected a zombie show to look so lovely at times. It fit the mood tonight.
In the midseason premiere of The Walking Dead, a trip to Richmond leads to another test of the survivors' will and endurance.
Even if the answers aren't clear, Robert Kirkman's original vision for using the zombie apocalypse as the backdrop for an examination of human nature has never been more fully realized.
A borderline Malickian montage of deathly images and mournful sounds and sayings is certainly an apropos way to open an episode titled "What Happened and What's Going On?" It's an artful but unidentified perspective.
The episode was visually striking throughout - all oblique angles, filtered light and arresting imagery.
This episode is proof that The Walking Dead is still at the top of its game.