Norman Reedus, beloved star of The Walking Dead, logged on to EW.com tonight to answer your questions in the wake of tonight’s shocking episode, “Judge, Jury, Executioner.” If you’ve seen it, you know a beloved character met his fate, with a little help from Reedus’ Daryl Dixon. Seriously, if you thought that Sophia-is-a-zombie reveal was mind-blowing, your head must be positively spinning right now. So click on the live chat below, after the jump, to read the full transcript of what Norman had to say: READ FULL STORY
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Norman Reedus, the beloved actor who each week brings to life The Walking Dead’s Daryl Dixon, the most badass character on TV, will be joining us for an EW.com live chat tonight at 9 p.m. ET. He’ll be taking your questions and adding his running commentary to the new episode “Judge, Jury, Executioner,” in which Rick ends up siding with Shane over the fate of that crippled interloper, Randall, leading Dale to fear the group is losing its humanity. It’s an explosive episode, featuring plenty of Stanley Kramer-worthy oratorical fireworks from Dale. Not to mention a particularly vivid demonstration of Daryl’s mastery of “enhanced interrogation” techniques.
If you’re a male between the ages of 23 and 28, odds are you had a poster of The Boondock Saints featuring Reedus hanging on your college dorm room’s wall. READ FULL STORY
Norman Reedus, the beloved actor who each week brings to life The Walking Dead’s Daryl Dixon, the most badass character on TV, will be joining us for an EW.com live chat this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET. He’ll be taking your questions and adding his running commentary to the new episode “Judge, Jury, Executioner,” in which Rick ends up siding with Shane, leading Dale to fear the group is losing its humanity.
If you’re a male between the ages of 23 and 28, odds are you also had a poster of The Boondock Saints featuring Reedus hanging on your college dorm room’s wall. Though he already had a strong following because of Troy Duffy’s 1999 cult film, he’s proven to be, for many, the true breakout star of The Walking Dead. His haunted, humane, profoundly vulnerable Daryl flies in the face of the many Deliverance-style hixploitation stereotypes that continue to glut pop culture. Of course, that doesn’t mean he can’t be handy with a crossbow! In our chat he’ll talk about season 2, what the death of Sophia means for Daryl, whether romantic sparks with Carol are in Daryl’s future, and whether his relationship with terrifying older brother Merle really is as love-hate as it seems. Get your questions ready, and see you at 9 p.m. ET on Sunday.
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Sometimes, in life, we have tough decisions to make: Chocolate or vanilla? Peeta or Gale? Linsanity or Tebowing? Or, for TV junkies like us, live TV or DVR?
With the return of midseason TV, our DVRs have been brimming to capacity (yes, I see you, 98% full ticker), and it’s easy to struggle with deciding between competing timeslots. What to choose on Monday nights when How I Met Your Mother faces off against The Bachelor and Alcatraz? Why must I decide between Survivor, American Idol, and One Tree Hill on Wednesdays? I love them the same! READ FULL STORY
Ever wondered what AMC’s zombie-tacular show The Walking Dead might look like if it was an ’80s sitcom? Of course you haven’t. That would be crazy! But this hasn’t stopped someone providing the answer in the form of a video mashup which boasts both the theme song from Growing Pains and some entertainingly retro, fake credits (“Guest starring Well Zombie”).
What would Merle have to say about all this? (Something horribly racist, probably. So let’s not dwell on that!)
You can check out the clip below. The “real” Walking Dead returns on Feb. 12. READ FULL STORY
Are you still decompressing from last night’s Walking Dead midseason finale? Have your breathing patterns returned to normal? Have the lambs stopped screaming, Clarice? I think we can all agree that, after a hit-or-miss second season, Dead managed to bring it all together for an exciting hour of television, complete with a final-moment twist that cast the season in a whole new light. (Spoilers ahead) Yes, adorable little Sophia turned out to be one of the zombies in the barn — meaning that the entire season-long Search for Sophia was all pointless, and thus perhaps, all of human life is pointless. Deep! The death of a major character can energize a high-stakes TV show like Dead. Since the show won’t be back until Feb. 12, we have to time to ask ourselves a big question: Who else should Dead kill off? READ FULL STORY
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