Poor Pete never stood a shot against The Governor. And that sucks for Whedonverse fans. Of course, Joss Whedon would probably approve, given his appetite for tragic deaths on his shows. (Beware, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. fans. I’m just sayin’.)

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The Walking Dead – Season 4, Episode 7 – Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

The Walking Dead “Dead Weight” Season 4, Episode 7 Review Notes

First Note: I was without electricity from high winds (you saw this if you read my twitter feed) and that’s why the previous episode of The Walking Dead didn’t have a review. I was living like the Amish, there was nothing I could do. I spent a lot of time trying to meditate and pretend I didn’t want microwave popcorn.


I was so excited to see Enver Gjokaj in this episode of The Walking Dead. But I should have known that it was too good to be true. He met a fast death in his trailer. And now he’s a walker who is chained up to the bottom of a lake. I pity the fool who decides to skinny dip.

The Governor’s Back, With the Crazy Ruthless Agenda

Well, we thought he was turning a corner but then he took a golf club and proved us wrong. When he clubbed Martinez in the head, Brian (The Guv’) showed he’s still who he always was.

Maggie and Lilly look alike

Do you think The Governor was more ammenable to being nice to Lilly because she looks like Maggie? Or maybe he doesn’t realize it at all? Did anyone else notice it, or am I just the lone weirdo? Let’s get a photo op of Lauren Cohan and Nikki Rapp, yea?

React: Who took out that camp of people (who had the supplies our guys wanted)? That’s a mystery we are still clueless about. Is there another group out there? And are you possibly ready for the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead next Sunday? 
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Mitch (Kirk Acevedo) and Pete (Enver Gjokaj) – The Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 7 – Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC