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11-20-13 ( Philippine Time )
Blog Enrtry # 22
CODE: W.Maimer - (BE22)
From the Maimer
Hi Guys, WalkerMaimer is back again to give you my review on " Live Bait "
Here are some few things that all of you should keep in mind:
- I am sometimes NOT grammatically correct so pardon me.
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I like this episode because it's written on track and a very funny one, there are some offs in this episode when it comes to acting and just like what Gravelord said it's got this "flip flopping", and I am telling you expect his points on how he dislikes it. Anyways, let's begin.
The Governor was abandoned by Shumpert and Martinez goes back to Woodbury and destroyed it, he went rogue for a couple of months and found an apartment with The Chamblers, who helped him recover. He grew fond with them until David died and all of them went for the road. Tara reveals she is a homo and Lilly had sex with "Brian", who treats Meghan as his own and new Penny.
I did not see Milton's corpse when TG arrived. :(
This review would be a not so short nor long for reasons that this is only a TG standalone episode.
Now, The Review:
Brian Heriot.......Philip Blake......Ok, let's just call him The Governor: It would be awful if Rick Grimes mistakenly calls him "beggar man" while he cries the infamous "Kill them all!" line. Anyways, I like how the season is investing it's writing and story on the original true blue TWD characters instead those characters who ate too much screen time and eats squirrels. Now, we see The Governor trying to move on by putting himself together after he lost everything he worked hard "The Rubbish Woodbury" of Season 3. I like how he developed a bond with the Chalmers.....sorry, Chamblers (not again) and how he helped and defended them from threats within or outside the apartment including his "scene" with Lilly, the funny stuff parts with Tara, and the bond between him and Meghan. But I think changing his name to Brian Heriot is a useless move for the writers.
Episode of Hand Gesture
This is the episode where it made me laugh instead of hugging my pillow for any walkers that lurks in the dark. One of the funniest things I've seen in this episode are Tara's "the other big guy" line and the fist bumping with Meghan's pinky swear with bearded TG. LOL
Other scenes that completed my day with laughter are:
- Shumpert's lips
- I eat you TG walker
- Ram Woodbury gate with matching music
- Wheelchair Walker
Some of these are shallow but the heck I laughed hard.
Below are the pictures of "laugh till I die" scenes.
Where the heck is the guy, we will find out by next week, and we'll see if he repeats his "Martinez we got biters" line.
The Brian's Angels
Well, I expect Meghan to die the in next episode or the episode after that, same goes with Lilly ( All ladies having sex with anti-heroes dies ), but Tara.....she is a hot homosexual and I believe she'll be the one to kill Brian and possibly survive.
Today, We honor those who died:
Red-Shirt or not, Thank You for being a part of The Walking Dead.
It will be "Dead Weight"'s turn next week and I want to see the Governor's return and what would be the driving force of that return, I also want Martinez dead along with a few pockets of hid henchmen allowing the Governor to reclaim himself and siege the prison with the tank. So Yeah, not expecting too much fireworks but hoping for another great episode.
I am Closing this blog with unending gratitude in read my review "Live Bait" Please do not hesitate to leave your comments down below, You have my assurance that it will be respected.
This is WalkerMaimer telling you to have a Great Day and Stay Cool.
|Season Reviews (TV)||Season 01 • Season 02 • Season 03|
|Season 04 (TV)||"30 Days Without An Accident" • "Infected" • "Isolation" • "Indifference" • "Internment" • "Live Bait" • "Dead Weight" • "Too Far Gone" • Part A Review • "After" • "Inmates" • "Claimed" • "Still" • "Alone" • "The Grove" • "Us" • "A"|
|Season 05 (TV)||"No Sanctuary" • "Strangers" • "Four Walls and a Roof" • "Self Help" • "Consumed" • "Crossed" • "Coda" • "What Happened and What's Going On" • "Them" • "The Distance" • "Remember" • "Forget" • "Try" • "Conquer"|
|Season 06 (TV)||"First Time Again" • "JSS" • "Thank You" • "Here's Not Here" • "No Way Out" • "The Next World" • "Knots Untie" • "Not Tomorrow Yet"• "East"• "Last Day on Earth"|
|Season 01 (Fear)||"Pilot" • "So Close, Yet So Far"|
|Webisodes||All Webisodes (TV)|
|Gaming||Survival Instinct • Assault|
|Comic||Volume 01: Days Gone Bye|