The Walking Dead Episode 2 Online
November 8, 2010 by Post Team
The Walking Dead Episode 2 Online, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) is trapped inside a building shell, lightly armed and completely surrounded outside by a horde of flesh-eating zombies. It is not entirely without hope, thanks to a stranger named Glenn (Steven Yeun) Rick helps develop a plan to break the shell and get to safety.
But it is perhaps too early to declare victory that the initial actions of Rick in Atlanta have caused the thirsty crowd to sniff out the living, bringing a possible disaster in the scope of a handful of survivors – including a Working real btch* named Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker).
We need more courage: No disrespect to Andrew Lincoln and Lennie James – after all, they absolutely crushed as Rick Grimes and Morgan Jones in first round of last week, “Days Gone Bye” – but I think we can all agree that the arrival of Glenn, Andrea (Laurie Holden) and other survivors of “Guts” is more than welcome.
As readers of the series by Robert Kirkman comics can probably testify, Steven Yeun is absolutely perfect as Glenn; the wily survivor who is still young in the first row during a dangerous mission requires a voluntary and full of rambling resources. Not only is he a physical match for the character, but Yeun sense of humor and fearlessness completely mirroring the role of Glenn in the comics. He brings some much needed levity for “The Walking Dead”, with the repeated use of the word “Jackass” and its hootin and hollerin ‘while speeding on Atlanta Highway. There is no doubt about it: Glenn is a character of dollars for rooting.
“Guts” certainly increased the gore factor, too, the upgrade of a horse killed in an already decaying further mutilated all in an effort to secure areas of the smelly guy that eventually serve as camouflage for Rick and Glenn walked among the dead, doing their best to find a car and save their friends from certain death. It was a bloody affair to be sure – always a good thing in a zombie show!
But the intensity was not only the physical side. Although we have already seen the bottom of this zombie-filled world in the form of deep sadness Morgan, this episode shows a different shade of human weakness by Merle Dixon, a white supremacist hate without decent bone in his body. After clashes between Rick and the others, it is not surprising that survivors Dixon left to die on the roof – but for the sake of pure entertainment value, here’s hoping we have not seen the last him.
Now that Rick has joined with Glenn, Andrea and others, this is a matter of time before he returns to Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) and Carl (Chandler Riggs) as well. But given the, uh, the relationship between Shane and Lori (Jon Bernthal) somethings tells me that things are going to get just a bit annoying when Rick gives his wife the first kiss … hello
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