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Toby was the star running back, Garth the starting center and Coltin the ball boy who hung on his brothers' every play. Orchestrating it all was Todd, their father and Norco's coach. And there in the stands was Lori, all those Friday nights in the
The Walking Dead delivered another whammy of an episode on Sunday with Save The Last One and delivered a twist that left me speechless. Last week we left off with Shane and Otis facing down a couple dozen walkers in an abandoned high school while
C's zombie party The Walking Dead and that's okay. Mindless brain-sucking meat bags shuffling around in the Georgia heat gets old really fast so when things slow down for some good old character drama I get a little excited.
But it was a particularly apt one for Sunday night's show, which found the stricken Carl (Chandler Riggs) being given transfusions of the red stuff from his father Rick (Andrew Lincoln) following the young un's shooting at the end of the season
The plot-development pace in this week's episode of The Walking Dead titled Bloodletting slowed down considerably from where we left it in last week's season-two premiere. After last Sunday night's mega-zombie walk along an abandoned Georgia highway,
Fringe Joshua Jackson describes who Peter Bishop is when he makes his return: "Because the guy that we met in the beginning of Fringe had no desire to be there, and slowly but surely got warped into this, as John and I described it, fanboy. In the
Mea Makamae' (2.04) October 11th, 2011 2:01am EDT Add to My News Ladies and gentlemen, it's "name that guest star" week on Hawaii Five-O ...Unfortunately, they don't make up for the underlying flaws that are appearing to be common to this season.
I had the honor of interviewing many of the cast and crew of AMC's hit show (season two premieres Sunday October 16, 9/8 central). Perhaps the most exciting new development in season two is that the gang, having left Atlanta, will take shelter with
Kame'e' (2.03) October 4th, 2011 2:09am EDT Add to My News Thanks to this week's Hawaii Five-O , I've found another reason to dislike camping: you just might find a corpse in the tent...Max tells Steve that the cause of death was a self-inflicted
Taylor De Ley dipped down to the airport at the picturesque Monument Valley in the Utah desert, his last stop a couple weeks ago before wrapping up his solo flight around the country, which he embarked on in July after graduating from Esperanza High