The Walking Dead: Season 6 Episode 3 - TV Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

The Walking Dead: Season 6 Episode 3 Reviews

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Randy Dankievitch
TV Over Mind
March 9, 2020

With such immediate sources of devastating tension, and a newfound reverence for death and conflict, The Walking Dead's enjoying a creative resurgence.

Nicole Homer
Black Nerd Problems
June 27, 2018

Let's leave congratulating dudes for doing the least in 2017. You want the label ally? Earn it. You want to be thought of as a good guy? Earn it. You want accolades for all the pro-woman work you been putting in? Earn them.

Kevin Fitzpatrick
June 18, 2018

I really do admire The Walking Dead's willingness to shake things up in its sixth season.

Karl Quinn
The Age (Australia)
Top Critic
February 15, 2018

My heart is pounding. Is this the latest allegorical shift of TWD? Is this the "no one is indispensable" lesson we've all been learning in the corporate realm for the past couple of decades made flesh and blood? Mostly blood. I'm sorry, it's just too real

Morgan Jeffery
Digital Spy
November 18, 2015

It's thrilling having genuinely no clue which path The Walking Dead is about to take. So far, season six has upped the stakes, the tension and the bloodshed with every episode and right now the show's unpredictability is electrifying.

Noam Cohen
Top Critic
October 27, 2015

This season has already been notably more active and violent than any of the last five.

Andy Patrick
TV Line
October 26, 2015

In what had to be the season's most harrowing hour of television thus far, this week's intense episode of The Walking Dead revealed what Rick [and others] were up against while Carol was fighting off the Wolves in Alexandria.

Steve Wright
October 26, 2015

While this season has definitely seen a step up in quality from last year, one thing it has been missing is an 'Oh my god, I can't believe that just happened!' moment... Well, the wait is officially over.

Full Review | Original Score: 4/5
Will Salmon
SFX Magazine
October 26, 2015

For now... thumbs up, and tears

Full Review | Original Score: 4/5
Chelsea Tatham
Tampa Bay Times
October 26, 2015

Don't ever say The Walking Dead is boring. And don't ever get too attached to characters.

Luke Gelineau
TV Equals
October 26, 2015

"Thank You" was even more savage in many ways compared to last week's already harrowing episode.

Ed Gonzalez
Slant Magazine
October 26, 2015

By the end of this artfully cut spectacle of dispersion, the groups have been further whittled down, and the viewer is left feeling completely unmoored.

Noel Murray
Rolling Stone
Top Critic
October 26, 2015

Damn it, this one hurts.

Matt Fowler
IGN Movies
October 26, 2015

"Thank You" may have repeated more than a few well-worn Walking Dead themes regarding tough choices and those unfit for the zompocalypse, but it still thrilled in all the right ways.

Full Review | Original Score: 9.2/10
Nick Venable
October 26, 2015

The Walking Dead, a show that has given its fans many surprises every season, has just broken one of the cardinal rules of television.

Jeremy Egner
New York Times
Top Critic
October 26, 2015

The scene on the Dumpster was a stunner, the various components - performance, makeup, sound, direction - coalescing into a woozy, terrifying sequence that ranks with the series's best.

Aaron Neuwirth
The Young Folks
October 26, 2015

I can least say this was a satisfyingly intense episode that had to get around a rocky start and some very pronounced moments to make sure we once again get that Rick is right and life sucks because of walkers.

Kevin Yeoman
Screen Rant
October 26, 2015

It was all heart wrenching and alarming, just as it was designed to be, and yet, as soon as the camera pulled out to provide an overhead shot of this monumentally disheartening moment in TWD history, something felt off.

Jeff Stone
Top Critic
October 26, 2015

If the lesson here is simply "no one is safe," then mission accomplished. It just feels like a waste.

Full Review | Original Score: C
Jonathon Dornbush
Entertainment Weekly
Top Critic
October 26, 2015

It's a journey full of horrors from minute one.

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