New York, NY (PRWEB) March 28, 2013
Who Has The Remote? named Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead as the Best of the Week. Following a recap and review of episode 15 in Time Entertainment, WhoHasTheRemote.com discusses happenings on the hit TV show and recommends that its readers tune into the last episode of season 3, which promises to be enthralling.
Time’s recap begins by comparing Rick to Cincinnatus, a 4th-century Roman dictator who was granted power twice but relinquished it and allowed the Romans to govern themselves. Rick has been the leader of the pack since he joined the group in season one. In season two, he informed the crew that they were leaving the farm, no questions asked. During the latest episode however, Rick seemed to awaken to the fact that only the absence of a dictator would make them a better society than the Governor’s. After a short monologue, he left the decision to leave or fight to a group vote.
The event that has everyone talking though is the death of the volatile Merle Dixon. Since Merle’s return to Rick and the crew, viewers have wondered whether he would choose the “good guys” or the “bad guys.” Merle chose the greater good, but in an unexpected twist of irony, his redemption was short-lived. Merle died at the Governor’s hand, though he didn’t go down without a fight.
The Episode of the Week thus prompts Who Has The Remote? to pose an intriguing question: In light of Rick relinquishing power, will Daryl’s anguish lead him to be the one who finally takes out the Governor? WhoHasTheRemote.com recommends that fans of the show stay glued to the television or dish network internet during the season finale to find out.
WhoHasTheRemote.com found the most recent episode of The Walking Dead to be the best on television this week, and eagerly awaits the last episode of the season. The finale of season three will air on AMC on Sunday, March 31 at 9 p.m.
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