Monday, March 18, 2013

"The Walking Dead" and Tension at the Prison: A Preview ("This Sorrowful Life")

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"The Walking Dead's" latest episode "Prey" has just aired. But, this television network has already released a future clip for Epis. 15, titled "This Sorrowful Life." The clip gives a few details on this upcoming episode, which airs March 24th.

The clip focuses on Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Glenn (Steven Yeun). Glenn is still working on his angry vibe as Daryl tries to calm the situation between Glenn and his brother, Merle (Michael Rooker), down. Glenn does not seem interested, though. The clip also shows Glenn prepping for a future attack, which will likely take place at the prison. Glenn is putting together Molotov cocktails and securing a broken metal fence, to prepare for the Governor's (David Morrissey) next appearance. Will Glenn survive the finale?

The AMC has released story details from "This Sorrowful Life." It seems that Rick is considering giving Michonne (Danai Gurira) to the Governor. The Governor will attack Rick and his group regardless of Rick's decision. However, Rick would not have considered a decision like this back in Seas. 1. Rick truly is a fallen hero, who is adapting to his environment in a cold-hearted way. View the latest preview for "The Walking Dead" below.

*update: a second, smaller clip is available for "This Sorrowful Life." In the reel, Rick talks to Merle and Merle basically tells Rick he is cold-blooded, similar to this critique's interpretations of Rick's actions. Both preview clips are hosted below.

Director: Gregory Nicotero.

Writers: Frank Darabont, Robert Kirkman and Scott M. Gimple.

Cast: Andrew Lincoln, Sarah Wayne Callies, Laurie Holden and Norman Reedus.

Preview clip #1 for "This Sorrowful Life" is here:



And, preview clip #2 is here:



Photos from the next episode are available at the AMC (2 photos):

"The Walking Dead" at the AMC

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