This show mit it, every TWD fan likes to picture how he'd react in such a violent world, would he be a leader or a follower.
Other than the mother and step-father (demonstrating unrealistic teenage love) the rest of the 'family' aka kids are just stereotypical dweebs.
Susan took care of her while she was growing up, so she is especially upset at losing her.On the highway, Shane and Andrea are clearing a path through the cars while Carol is complaining that everyone should be looking for Sophia.It has none of what made the first one a great series and nothing but Hollywood stereotyping polled inclusionist ideas.They do evil giving away money online because of fear.Rick follows the sound, the rest of the group not far behind.Rick smiles as Carl approaches it, mesmerized.Driving down the highway, Lori talks about a trip she, Rick and.Keeps you on the edge of - my seat.Fear the boredom 10 /10 Wow, an extended first episode with hardly any action and a lot of bad acting.Liza is helping Hector Ramirez, a man in the neighborhood suffering from congestive heart failure.She lies under a truck, next to a dead woman, whom she resembles.Unless you are someone who loves anything with zombies regardless of quality, don't get your hopes up because ftwd failed to live up to it's hype.The next morning, Rick doles out Carl's newfound weapons to the search party.Travis isnt the type to question authority and thinks shes being paranoid.Bakersfield, Vegas, who knows?The fear of not only losing everything you have but also your way of life.It left me intrigued wanting more.And they really aren't in too much danger which takes away from any real suspense.You don't, you make another show with a different perspective that can be just as successful.If the first episode is anything to go by this series really lacks "bite".The characters at the heart of this drama are a dysfunctional blended family.
Travis tells Moyers about the light Chris saw one of the houses in the hills, but Moyers assures him theres nothing alive out there.
It is sad that AMC squandered the Dead's goodwill on such a disaster series.