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Nope you didn’t miss an episode with some unheard of title; I’ve been scouring the evil lair for the last two weeks trying to find that tunnel the dwarves dug out to Canada. Naturally I failed, so you’re stuck with more Lilith reviews in the meantime. During my absence a whole three episodes have gone by in TWD, and I want to bring you up to speed on my thoughts about them. Watch out for machetes, hand cuffs, spoilers and the like.
Greetings survivors of the Saviors, and welcome back to another Zombie Round Up as Lilith here gives you her take on this week’s TWD episode. I think all of us were still in a bit of a post-traumatic shock and funk, but this week’s episode knew just how to pivot to a separate story line and get us excited about the possibilities. Here’s my spoiler filled take on it.
I think this suggestion is for all the ladies out there, though I could be wrong. It seemed like appropriate timing after the lead actress got what she deserved, an Emmy in a lead role for a drama. I recently checked out this series and am head over heels addicted, so even though it still hasn’t finished, I just had to tell you all about it, minor spoilers included if you continue.
Greetings my villainous compatriots, Lilith here with some back logged reviews for you. Since the only things that everyone wants to watch these days seem to be either GoT or TWD, it’s nice to know that there are some past movies and TV shows we can all enjoy. And being that we are on an off year from the Whoverse, I wanted to catch up with some spin offs. Plus one never really tires of watching Jack Harkness.
Sad that you aren’t going to get any new Doctor Who episodes this year? Me too, but why not delve in to one of the many spin off series instead? That’s what I did, and naturally I chose to start with Torchwood, since I don’t think anyone can get enough of Captain Jack Harkness.