On last week’s episode of “The Walking Dead,” the survivors adapt to ‘normal’ life in Alexandria and even featured a menacing Carol baking cookies, stealing guns and threatening a child.
Life in Alexandria is almost normal for now. On tonight’s episode, “Spend,” Rick & co. face challenges despite being inside the gates. Rightfully, they continue to remain on guard and not allow themselves to be lured into a false sense of security.
Interesting tidbit about tonight’s episode entitled, “Spend.” It appears to be a brief invitation down memory lane. In season one, Dale told the group a William Faulkner story:
“I like what the father said to the son when he gave him a watch that had been handed down through generations. He said: ‘I give you a mausoleum of all hope and desire which will fit your individual needs, no better than it did mine and my father before me. I give it to you not that you may remember time, but that you may forget it. For a moment, now and then, and notspend all of your breath trying to conquer it.”
Food for thought…
Check out a clip from tonight’s episode below.
Don’t miss tonight’s episode of “The Walking Dead,” on AMC at 9|8c and check back with us tomorrow for our recap of the episode.
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