This post contains spoilers for last night’s episode of AMC’s hit show The Walking Dead titled “Heads Up”. If you have yet to see the episode, then avert your eyes until you have. We also speculate on future episodes based on the comic books, so read on at your own risk…
You’ve been warned!
In last night’s episode of the walker drama, we learned right away that fan favorite Glenn Rhee is actually alive. He was using Nicholas’ body as a meat shield when he fell on top of Glenn. Glenn was able to use the opportunity to scoot himself underneath the dumpster while walkers devoured Nicholas’ body. After he was sufficiently covered in zombie guts, the herd dissipated so that he could free himself.
He runs into Enid who provides him with water, but no answers as to what went down in Alexandria with the attack from the Wolves. He catches up with her and vows to protect her on the way back home. She fills up some green balloons that are used as a means of letting Maggie know that Glenn is still alive and kicking.
It seems that our celebrations are short-lived as the church just outside of the wall keeled over and took down a section of the wall itself. The herd is coming into Alexandria and there isn’t much anyone can do to stop it at this point.
We see trouble in the future for Carl as Ron broke into the armory to get some bullets. We see Ron skulking around and if the comics are correct, it could cause Carl to lose an eye in the walker takeover.
We have also heard rumblings that Negan is coming in the season finale – and with him, he’ll be taking Glenn’s head to show everyone that he’s serious.
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Posted Tuesday, November 24th, 2015 at 4:04am
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WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Sunday night’s episode of The Walking Dead. Please continue reading only if you’ve seen the show’s most recent episode.
Since “The Walking Dead” showed Glenn Rhee getting killed off, there has been a lot of speculation as to whether or not his death was for real. Fans speculated that when Nicholas shot himself, he landed on top of Glenn and we saw the herd of walkers noshing on Nicholas’ body – and not Glenn’s. Others have said that when Nicholas fell on top of Glenn, it allowed for a moment of time in which Glenn slid under the dumpster, allowing for his escape.
Also of note was the fact that Steven Yeun never appeared on the subsequent episode of “The Talking Dead” which shows an ‘in memoriam’ for each of the characters killed off on the show.
Now, it appears that Yeun’s name has been removed from the credits of the hit AMC show. Does that mean that Glenn is done for good? Or are the show’s creators just messing with all of us?
We waited for the show to give us some hint on Sunday’s episode, but instead, they took us through Morgan’s back story. After being part of the walker uprising for so long, all Morgan knew about was to “clear” – whether it be humans or walkers. Since approaching a man named Eastman’s cabin, he was taught to defend himself and not to harm any creatures (with the exception of walkers). The duo also buried the walkers after identifying them and creating grave markers.
At the end of the 90-minute episode, it’s revealed that Morgan had captured one of the wolves and was attempting to teach him the same lesson that Eastman taught him.
Speculate in the comments: Do you think Glenn is really dead?
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Posted Monday, November 2nd, 2015 at 11:11am
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Who doesn’t wanna Cookie Lyon it up sometimes?
And now, you totally can, any day of the week because Saks Fifth Avenue is collaborating with Fox‘s hit show Empire to bring you some clothes that will hit allll the high notes (see wht I did there?).
The retailer announced that the department store will have themed looks avail in the windows of both the New York and Beverly Hills flagship stores, as well as on their website. And you know the pieces will be FIERCE.
Jeffrey Godsick, president of Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products, revealed:
“This unprecedented partnership with Saks Fifth Avenue, Alexis Bittar, Cushnie et Ochs, Jimmy Choo and MCM celebrates ‘Empire’s’ mark on the fashion world. The influence ‘Empire’ has had on so many aspects of popular culture proves it has the ingredients to become a stand-alone fashion brand.”
Ohhhh! Would you buy a piece from the EMPIRE collection?
Posted Tuesday, August 18th, 2015 at 2:14pm
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Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar are probably pissed in private…but in public, they see the cancellation the Duggar family’s reality series, 19 Kids and Counting, as a blessing.
The family made a statement on their website today, and it is VERY positive, sugar coated and you know, Christian:
“With God’s grace and help Josh, our daughters and our entire family overcame a terrible situation, found healing and a way forward. We are so pleased with the wonderful adults they have all become. It is our prayer that the painful situation our family went through many years ago can point people toward faith in God and help others who also have lived through similar dark situations to find help, hope and healing, as well.”
The Duggars also say they’re forever changed by their family’s time in the spotlight.
“Years ago, when we were asked to film our first one hour documentary about the logistics of raising 14 children, we felt that it was an opportunity to share with the world that children are a blessing and a gift from God. . . .We appreciate the love, support, prayers and kindness extended to us by many of you,” they added. “You have deeply touched our hearts and encouraged us, during this time.”
AND OF COURSE, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar hinted that they’d LOVE to work with TLC for one last 19 Kids special.
“We look forward to working with TLC on this upcoming special documentary and hope that it is an encouragement to many,” they wrote, without going into detail. The Associated Press reported Thursday that TLC has plans to work with two child-protection organizations, including RAINN, to raise awareness about child sexual abuse. An hour-long documentary is in the works for next month.
“We know who holds the future and are confident that He will work all things together for good,” the Duggars’ statement concluded. “We love each of you and look forward to unfolding the future with peace and joy.”
(Via Us Weekly)
…and profitability. They forgot to add money and profitability.
Posted Thursday, July 16th, 2015 at 1:13pm
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