Discussion in 'The Bar' started by newcastlefan, Mar 6, 2016.
This is a very different episode.
The priest learned!
"Why are dingleberries brown?"
Best. Breakup. Line. Ever.
"Those guys are scary, but they don't have thing on you"
Froggy, when did the season start up again?
few weeks ago
Fuck. Gotta get on that! Thanks.
What if Nagan is a girl in this?
last week's episode is going to blow you away
They fucked up that beautiful town. Gonna need a lotta magic erasers to clean that shit up.
Negans wives getting screen time next week.
The music played during this episode was great, especially Hozier at the end.
Every episode since this half season resumed has been non-stop action. all different and all probably the best episodes of the past year or two.
Thanks brother. OK not coming in here again. Don't wanna hit a spoiler.
ok no more standup comics on talking dead
Was that Alicia Witt in the preview? I hate that cunt.
looks like she is Mrs. Negan
I'm now back to thinking Glen is meeting Lucille. And I think Tara and Heath are going to die.
Yes. I read she was hired as his lead wife.
'The Walking Dead' Season 6 Newbie Alicia Witt On Why She Loves The AMC Zombie Drama
Christian Saclao , Design & Trend
Mar, 06, 2016, 08:28 PM
Tags : tv series, The Walking Dead, Alicia Witt, Nashville, AMC
(Photo : Getty Images/Jason Merritt) Alicia Witt, who is believed to make her debut in season 6, episode 13 of "The Walking Dead," revealed why she loves the AMC series.
Alicia Witt has been a big fan of "The Walking Dead" long before she scored a role on the hit AMC series.
During a recent interview with Starcasm.net, Witt was asked about her role on the zombie drama, but as expected, she couldn't say much.
"I am not allowed to say one single solitary word other than that I'm so excited and thrilled to be able to say that I'm part of the show," the 40-year-old actress said.
While she couldn't share any details about her character, she did reveal why she loves the show.
"'The Walking Dead' is one of the very few shows I've watched for years, and it amazes and inspires and surprises me with every episode," said Witt, who also set to appear as Autumn Chase on ABC's "Nashville."
"The way the characters have grown and changed and developed, and the very believable world of survival and the human experience pitted against a seeming apocalypse - there's nothing like it that's ever been made as far as I'm concerned," she added. "It's a marvel. If I could have named five shows I'd most want to be on, this would be one of them. If not the top one!"