They’re Not Dead, They’re Restin’



The Walking Dead returns this weekend for its seventh season.

If you’ve not been bothered in the slightest with the attendant hype train, fear not.

John Cleese is here to talk you through the first six seasons, with a few lessons in zombie walker evasion along the way.


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8 thoughts on “They’re Not Dead, They’re Restin’

  1. DubLoony

    Yet another cult series I’ve not watched. Add it to my Sopranos, Game of Thrones and any number of Nordic ones.

  2. Fully Keen

    A melodrama. A boring, boring melodrama. The format is so transparent and lazy. The pilot was amazing. The tank, the horse, the 28 days later vibe. The zombies, the city. Amazing.

    Then it became boring and repetitive. On the run, find a place to hide. Fortify said location. Have “meaningful” heart to hearts. Safe place isn’t safe move to next safe place, repeat.

    I watched all series except the 5th. Came back and nothing had changed. It’s fair city. And then they save up for a car accident or fire in mcoys.

    I will be back to watch more but it needs to be put down. Watched the preview… another leader on a power trip that looks like he will help…. blah blah blah

    1. Niallo

      Totally agree, as i’ve commented on similar threads before, the “plot” “actors” and “script” of these ahows could easily be transposed between say csi (insert variant here), random zombie show, random quasi medieval show, random post apocalyptic show, fair city etc. and hardly anyone would notice, (although dragons and nudity might raise an eybrow in csi in fairness)
      Can we not have something origional for a change ? Or even a twist on something familiar ?
      for example, Sherlock was a step in the right direction imo.

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