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WALKING DEAD DIARIES: SEASON FIVE EPISODE FORGET

FORGET Grade: B+
Last week's episode title was REMEMBER, now we FORGET… Next week, ME NOT?

Well it’d be impossible to imagine an entire series centering on the oblivious Stepford suburbanites of Alexandria, playing video games, baking cookies and throwing polite parties while the dead munch flesh outside the sturdy walls…

But if there were such a vehicle, you can imagine that these grungy strangers would definitely seem like potential villains, and then some: Sasha the most obvious – shocked beyond belief, she can’t and won't adhere to the mundane normalcy of this town, run by a woman using words like "Constable" and people stressing over how good their dinner tastes.

But Rick has the real trick under his sleeve, and his heart’s right on it – has our King David met his Bathsheba? Or did Delilah cut Solomon's hair, with a reverse effect? Meanwhile, white trash Daryl, bonding with Aaron, seems grungier than ever. Felix found Oscar in the Zombie Apocalypse. It's too bad Aaron's character "must be good" simply because he's gay... more limitations to Political Correctness. There's still a cool shadiness to the guy. He's the White Rabbit to this so-called Wonderland, after all. But the most bizarre "potential romance" could be budding between Michonne and Abraham... Say what?!?

THE WALKING DEAD has taken another good turn, despite soap operatic melodrama breezing into the zombie stampedes of yesteryear. Finally having a place to settle, we get a calculated glimpse into the folks we’ve struggled and suffered with for five seasons. All shaved and/or showered up, they’re getting even dirtier... especially Carol. And the real highlight is saved for the end... An obscure pop tune in the BREAKING BAD fashion playing while Rick gets a nefarious notion! It's no wonder the moral compass (Tyreese) had to buy the farm. Conscience? We don't need no stinking...
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