The Zombie Apocalypse Marathon has already started, Monday night at 8/7 CT with the very first episode of The Walking Dead, “Days Gone Bye.” Since I have a brand new DirecTV Genie, I recorded all the episodes from Season 1 on that, because there’s just a ton of space (and Season 1 is by far my favorite).
There are certain episodes in Season 2 that are my favorites, for instance when the barn is emptied and when Glenn and Maggie go to town and Maggie gets attacked by a walker and Glenn beats him to death with a shelf (he always finds unique weapons to use against walkers).
While you’re reading the link (Ten Ways to Get Ready …) click on the link on the right side of the page about Steven Yeun Chats with Jimmy Kimmel. Great stuff.
I’m so glad I’m getting The Walking Dead Magazine so I have some regular Walking Dead material to feed my jones once Season 3 is over. In the most recent issue, there’s an interview with each of the brothers Dixon (Daryl and Merle). Also, I’ll hang on to Season 1 on my Genie so if I really start to jones I can watch a few episodes here or there. I also bought a Kindle Fire HD and have some Walking Dead apps on there which will tide me over.
Have you taken the all-new The Walking Dead Which Character Are You? quiz yet? You can get to it on the list of 10 Ways to Get Ready for the Season 3 Finale.
So what are your waiting for? Click the link above and have fun.
Glenn (Steven Yeun) talks about his interesting encounter with a walker that Merle “throws” into the “interview” to encourage him to give up the location of the prison. The Governor uses his own technique to get Maggie to talk.
Sunday, December 2 is the midseason finale for Season 3 of The Walking Dead. If you haven’t been watching it, you might not want to start now. You can most likely get caught up online and pick it up when they resume in 2013.
What’s really interesting that I want to mention is last weekend I had TV on for background noise and The Reaping with Hilary Swank and David Morrissey (The Governor) was on. I had no trouble recognizing that voice, it was that same, smooth, southern accent that Andrea seems to be crazy for. Speaking of Andrea, she is still totally unaware that Maggie and Glenn are in such close proximity to her and that they are being treated so nastily by her lover.
So click the link above and read the Q&A with Glenn (Steven Yeun) and you’ll really enjoy the photo below.