måndag 24 februari 2014

THE WALKING DEAD Recap: “Claimed” + Christian Serratos as Rosita (Still)

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collider Tonight’s hour was a tale of two groups of strangers, which doesn’t roll off the tongue as well as “a tale of two cities” but I’m no Charles Dickens.  In the red corner, we have Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) and his associates Rosita Espinosa (Christian Serratos) and Dr. Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt).  We met this trio at the tail-end of last week’s episode, but weren’t quite sure what to make of them (and still aren’t, entirely).  In the blue corner, we have the relatively faceless band of thugs – who we’ll call the Marauders – who take over the house while an infirm Rick recuperates inside.  Let’s start our recap here, shall we?
There’s plenty of tension to be found in these house-clearing scenes as well, especially when Michonne unveils a covered-up painting and finds it splattered in what appears to be blood with all manner of warnings scrawled across it.
While Michonne and Carl end up being safe from danger, the scene with the family laid out post-execution style in the kids’ bedroom was certainly unnerving.  Lots of emotional trauma being worked out here from both characters, as Carl attempts to deal with the presumed loss of his baby sister, Judith.

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