The Walking Dead, Season 6, Episode 14: “Twice As Far”

Melissa McBride stars as Carol Peletier in EPisode 14 ("Twice As Far") Season 6 of AMC's The Walking Dead

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So I really didn’t think AMC could top last week’s episode of The Walking Dead. However, this episode comes pretty damn close! Here’s what went down in Episode 14 (entitled “Twice As Far”) of season 6 of The Walking Dead:

  • We start this episode with Groundhog Day. Over and over again we get to see Alexandria doing the same thing, day in, day out. But there is a point to this–of sorts, which we will see at the end. Most important to note is the fact Carol (Melissa McBride) is chain smoking and PTSDing pretty hardcore. The other important thing is the fact Daryl (Norman Reedus) fessing up to the fact he should have killed Dwight (remember him, he’s the blonde guy who stole Daryl’s bike back in episode 6 of Season 6 of The Walking Dead).
  • In this episode Denise (Merritt Wever) wants to prove she is tough enough for Tara (Alana Masterson) while she is away on a supply run with Heath (Corey Hawkins). She thinks a local Apothecary might actually still contain pharmaceuticals and convinces Daryl and Rosita (Christian Serratos) to let her come along with them on account of her being able to ID the meds when she gets there. Seriously? How badly can this end?

You can read the rest of this recap at The Snarking Dead Recaps by clicking here.

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