Throughout, the episode seems almost hell-bent on having audiences eavesdrop on either the least necessary or redundant conversations imaginable.
Familiar as its art/life paralleling may be, it’s all fueled by a filmmaker with an intimate relationship to his subject matter.
One of the first things we see in the astonishing and consistently thrilling finale of the show’s fifth season is a rabbit’s foot.
Much like the virus that makes the dead come back to life, there’s no clear, clean way to get rid of society’s ills.
To call “Spend” an emotionally exhausting experience would count as an early qualifier for understatement of 2015.
Rick is seemingly also showing new colors, getting a bit more comfortable with the Alexandria folk and paying especial attention to Jessie.
The episode’s title reflects the caution felt by the show’s heroes in trying to adapt to life before the biters, and, of course, Woodbury.
Debra Kirschner’s The Tollbooth has all the nuance of a stun gun.