Here goes my first attempt at blogging with may iPad. If you find a tremendous amount of typos, don’t tell me about it. This isn’t a spoiler, but the Governor’s geek du jour looks like Bill Gates. Every time he runs into Andrea, I keep thinking he is going to announce a new global vaccine.
And while we’re on the topic of Bill Gates, I’ve had it with Gwen and her “BUT I LOVE IT!” Windows phone. Stick a cork in it, Stefani.
I’m going to start off with Ghost Laurie’s banging bod. According to Slasher, “You can look however you want in the afterlife,” but I call BS. First this assumes Laurie made it though the pearly gates and, second, a plastic surgeon is the greeter. No way, everyone knows that upon arrival to Heaven, you get to canon ball into a pool of Diet Coke.
In Episode Ten, here’s what happens:
- Kickass is still super cute.
- Glenn gets annoying and Father Christmas tries to talk some sense into him by flaunting the naughty list and that he’s always checking it twice.
- Merle has a moment.
- Rick wanders “crazy town.”
- Axel gets shot in the face (I jumped right off the futon – amiright!)
- Rick’s merry band of misfits are a terrible shot.
- Daryl saves Rick.
In short, stuff happens; where last week people we’re just walking up to one another and talking.
The debate continues: should the group remain at the prison or strike out and find a new place?
Also, is Maggie the new Laurie? Is Glenn trying to make Maggie’s assault all about him? And how does angry Glenn fit him?
Kirkland, one the creators, said on Talking Dead that Laurie is not a ghost, but a vision. When Rick is about to make a decision that may be the wrong one (like sending Tyrese away) Laurie appears as a pure version of herself.
That’s both interesting and complicated.