What’s Ahead for The Walking Dead Season 4: Episodes Four, Five and Six

Fan Made Poster by Tracie Ching
Fan Made Poster by Tracie Ching

I prefer to binge-watch The Walking Dead rather than try to remember to tune in each week.  Unlike the comic, which I read eagerly in issues (and is still good over 115 issues in), I tend to sour on the show when I watch it episodically.  That certainly wasn’t the case in season one, but season two…you know you’ve gone to a dark place in your patience level when you’re actively rooting for a little girl to turn up dead or a zombie so the group can MOVE ON ALREADY!

I’ve been hearing generally positive buzz on season four, but I’ll shun specifics until next summer when the Blu Ray comes out.  I know that puts me in the massive minority of the show’s fans as it is the highest rated drama on cable so for those of you tuning in each Sunday, SpoilerTV has news on the titles and synopses of Episodes 4.05, 4.06 and 4.07.  They’re spoiler-free so speculate and you can tune into watch Rick and the gang find new and interesting ways to re-kill walkers every Sunday, at 9 p.m. on AMC.

Episode 4.05 – Internment
Assorted enemies pressure Rick and the group; the survivors and the prison may reach a breaking point.

Episode 4.06 – Live Bait
Group members struggle to find their humanity while being constantly threatened.

Episode 4.07 – Dead Weight
Something new unfolds at a camp outside the prison; the addition of new members may threaten peace.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njbObb1OOC8&feature=player_embedded

Top 10 Jeff Goldblum Moments

It’s a bit late since his 61st birthday was on the 22nd, but KT wishes Jeff Goldblum the happiest of birthdays and thanks him for having the most unique vocal cadence this side of a drunk William Shatner.  This compilation of classic Goldblum moments comes courtesy of the extremely talented and prolific people at http://www.watchmojo.com (a wonderful channel to follow if you’re on YouTube a lot).

My personal favorite Jeff Goldblum moment will always be in Jurassic Park when he has the single greatest reaction to onscreen dinosaur excrement in cinema history (granted that’s a very specific niche).

It must also be said, that Goldblum is a fantastically quirky addition to any movie he’s in and he should be in a lot more.  His presence on the screen is missed.
Jeff Goldblum