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Sunday, 30 October 2011

Watch The Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 3 30th October Save the Last One Free Video

The group desperately awaits Shane's return. Shane finds himself trapped in a school, surrounded by the undead. Daryl and Andrea search for someone in the woods. Watch Video Online The Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 3 30th October Youtube Free live stream Online VIDEO AMC Watch Pilot Episode For Free Trailer and Preview of 30th October 2011 Cast Crew Pictures and Wallpapers.Online Watch The Walking Dead Episode Full On AMC TV 30th October 2011 English Drama Serial. Watch The Walking Dead AMC Video online Free, The Walking Dead Series Download Free AMC 20 October 2011 Online Tv Live Streaming. The search for Sophia is still on, except the search party is now short of three extra people. Namely, Shane, Rick and Carl. You see, at the end of last week's episode, Carl got shot by a hunter out looking for delicious deer to eat. That's right kids, there are more survivors than just the few we've been following. Namely, there's Hershel Greene (Scott Wilson), his daughters Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and some other ones, and their portly pal Otis (Pruitt Taylor Vince).

Yes, Shane's a pivotal character, but normally he's just been acting like a petulant child pining for Lori. In this week's episode, we see a different side of Shane: it's a side that's loyal to Rick and Carl, and a side that is willing to do anything to help the boy survive, hence the suicide mission. Shane and Rick have some wonderful exchanges this week, and it's nice to see Shane get a bit humanized from his first season role as a source of trouble. It's obvious he's best friends with Rick, in spite of everything involving their love triangle, and it's obvious that Lori, whose relationship to Rick has been troubled since before the zombie apocalypse and the shooting, really does love her husband. Somehow, Lori's gone from intolerable to a crucial emotional center for the program, and Sarah Wayne Callies has done great work thus far.

As for T-Dog and Dale, they're stuck at the camper, and T-Dog, in his fevered state, knows why. They're the weakest members of the group, being a retiree and a guy with massive forearm trauma. T-Dog's character has been roundly criticised online for being weak and a bit incompetent, but isn't that kind of refreshing? A black character who looks and acts like he's a gang-banger, but is actually a normal person rather than a fighting machine who is as quick with a bullet as he is with a quip, and suddenly people are complaining that he's not a stereotype? From his comments in this episode, he's a lot more observant and intelligent than he lets on, even if his perceptions are coloured by the raging infection and fever slowly cooking his brain.

The script, from new show runner Glen Mazzara, is a pretty solid one. I like the character interactions this week, and I like how the characters of the Greene family and company were introduced. Rather than getting a meeting, we just get Otis guiding Rick and Shane to the farmhouse. The extra screen time for some previously underwritten characters was also a big deal, and all the main players got some very good stuff to work with this week as far as acting goes.

There's not as much zombie mayhem this week, but the core of this show are the survivors, not the monsters. We need to care about these people, and they're trying very hard to establish that. While director Ernest R Dickerson (The Wire, Treme) didn't have a whole lot of action this week, the few appearances of the walkers are really well done, especially at the end of the episode. His experience is in character-driven dramas, so he's got plenty of experience with that part, and I was impressed with his special effects set pieces.

So far, the decreased budget of The Walking Dead has shown itself, not in an increased cheapness, but in an economy of special effects. They're still doing cool things with their makeup budget, but they're picking their spots a little better and making it more meaningful. That said, I can't wait for next week, which from the previews seems to feature a whole lot of zombie-killing blood-and-guts action.critically acclaimed original series, The Walking Dead, is back with its much anticipated second season. When we last left the The Walking Dead, the characters were in the midst of a high-intensity struggle to survive, fleeing the CDC as it burst into flames. In Season 2, they are still on the move, facing more threats and obstacles than ever.

The Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 3
Network: AMC
Genre: Drama, Horror, Thriller
Creator: Frank Darabont
Stars: Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal and Sarah Wayne Callies
Country: USA
Language: English
Release Date: 31 October 2010 (USA)
Also Known As: Ходячие мертвецы
Filming Locations: Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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