And that's why you never play "Never Have I Ever" with your son
I'm going to let Dustin Rowles over at Warming Glow take the stage as he has a very good recap of last Sunday's tense, ponderous and downright impressive episode of The Walking Dead. As a sucker for meticulously-paced, minimalist-style productions with a dash of dark humor (see Breaking Bad, No Country For Old Men, Backdoor Sluts 7), this episode was right up my alley. But with that being said, I think it's ultimately a testament of how much better this show could be. Season 2 was way too heavy on supposed character development while completely lacking a progressive story and action, whereas Season 3 has had the opposite problem. The two don't need to be mutually exclusive. This episode did a fantastic job illustrating that.