The faux dialog replacing actual TWD scripts is funny—in a juvenile way. Rick loses his banjo; Glenn breaks wind; Rick attempts to tell a knock-knock joke, etc.
Walkin' and talkin' / Daryl and Beth make their way / Grim scene; Georgia clay.
Rick turns detective / Once a cop, always a cop / Who killed the sick folks?
Just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse. In four seasons of The Walking Dead, Sheriff Rick lost his society, his best friend, his wife, his infant daughter (for a while), his razor, and then his freedom in an apparently cannibalistic Terminus. Now it appears he’s about to loose his roots.
Rick takes up farming. Hershel offers sage advice, "You need overalls." . . .
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