The season finale of The Walking Down Dead has a lot to live up to.
It delivers a satisfying conclusion to a narrative that’s been building to the point where it’s practically a new episode, and it’s got plenty of surprises along the way.
The final episode of the series delivers on the promise of the show’s first season, which introduced us to the group’s leader Rick Grimes, and introduced us with some genuinely intriguing stories and characters.
It also brings back some familiar faces, including former Walking Dead cast members Melissa McBride, Robert Kirkman and Norman Reedus, who played Rick and Michonne.
The show’s season finale, “A New Day,” is, at its core, a tale of hope.
The story opens with Rick and his family being ambushed by a group of zombies, and when Michonne and his men arrive to save them, they’re met by the terrifying sight of Rick’s former lover Lori, who had recently fallen in love with the leader of the group, Glenn Rhee.
The two men are quickly drawn into an epic battle, which turns out to be a prelude to the start of a new day, which is where Rick is to find out if he’s finally able to stop Rick and the group from ending up together.
The stakes are high for the survivors, and as Rick finds out more about his own future, it’s clear that the story is set to be one of the most emotionally-charged and emotionally-powerful episodes of the season.
In a way, it works, as the final confrontation with the group of zombie-like walkers is very much a reflection of the events that took place at the end of season one, when Rick and Daryl were forced to leave a post-apocalyptic town to save the people they loved, including Lori.
The fight scene is one of Rick and Rick’s most powerful scenes to date, and the final scene is a testament to how the show manages to capture the intensity of the fight scenes in the first place.
This is not a show that is going to let you down at the last second, and Rick and company are not going to stop fighting just because it’s the last day of the year.
They’ve fought and survived in the past, and they’ve got their families.
They’re not going anywhere.
And that’s the beauty of a fight scene.
The best fights in the world are when the two sides are evenly matched, and this one was just as evenly matched.
The battle is intense, but the fight scene feels very authentic.
The characters are all relatable, the actors have all the tools to bring these two characters to life, and their stories are both complex and compelling.
The episode opens with the arrival of Michonne, who has just been given the news that Rick is no longer able to save her.
In the wake of her husband’s death, she and Rick are now the only survivors left of the survivors.
While the group tries to make it out of the city, Rick and Beth are forced to find a way to survive without Michonne by themselves.
This, of course, puts a lot of the burden on Rick, who now finds himself alone and alone in the woods, unable to help Beth.
Rick’s journey to find Beth and save his wife, and his desire to protect his wife are both explored in this episode, as they come to grips with their newfound responsibilities as the group searches for their own future.
They must decide whether they want to follow their own instincts, or whether they need to work together with the other survivors to find safety and safety for themselves and for their families, and whether they should be relying on one another or on one person to save their lives.
There are plenty of moments of great action and character moments in this finale.
Rick and The Governor are in the midst of a major battle, with the Governor and Michombie fighting alongside each other.
Rick is seen trying to convince the Governor that he is the best commander he can be, but it turns out that The Governor is not only an extremely skilled strategist, but also a strong leader.
As The Governor tells Rick that he can’t be the best leader, Rick replies that he thinks he’s a good leader.
Rick tells The Governor that there are others like him in the group who can help them survive and that the only way to do that is to work with each other, and he tells The Mayor that he will make sure he is there to see the results.
Rick says to The Governor, “We’re going to be ready to take down this walker army.”
The group is now in a dangerous place.
It’s time for Rick and Glenn to return to Alexandria.
Glenn is now tasked with protecting the survivors and the Governor, and both Glenn and Rick have a responsibility to save those they love.
As they are heading out into the woods to help out, Rick gets a call from Daryl.
Daryl informs Rick that Michonne is still alive, and that Glenn and Mich