Sunday, November 29, 2015

Dead Viewing: Season 6, EP. 8: "Start to Finish"

Well folks, we have made it to the mid-season finale. You know, I miss the good old days when television shows would take a two month sabattical in the middle of the season.  Back then, they would show 4-6 new episodes, then a re-run or two, a few more new ones, a re-run or two, always taking Thanksgiving and Christmas weeks off, returning with new episodes after the new year. Then, re-running the whole season in the summer so that those of us with bedtimes and jobs could catch up with our favorite shows before the new season started. Not any more. Now, we get eight-ten episodes two months off, the end of the season, and a 5-6 month wait to start again. I generally hate this. Yeah, I love Netflix and Hulu, but I really miss those days.

So, I wonder who will die tonight. Mid-season has taken walker Sophia, Hershel, the Governor, Beth at the mid-season (and technically Tyreese). I'm thinking it will be somebody who will affect the group, but not the viewers. Here's who I would like to see go: Ron, Enid, Gabriel, Spencer, Deanna. I think Abraham, Eugene, Tara, Sasha, or Rosita may be out of time. I bank on Rick, Carl (although I expect him to get hurt), Michonne, Daryl, Glenn, Carol, and Maggie to make it. I would not even surprise me to see Morgan die tonight, simply because he will not take a life. Seriously, I need Ron to join Andrea, Nicholas, and Lori in the hereafter, he can take Gabriel with him, because f-that dude. I'm really nervous about tonight y'all.

It's almost time. Here come the balloons and the church tower.

This same kid is playing "Tip Toe through the Tulips," I'm done with this kid. Ants are crawling down the wall. People are falling. They almost got Deanna and Maggie. Maggis is by herself on a watchtower. Eugene is freaking out! So Eugene was calling for help. That was the voice that Daryl heard. I expect the surprise guest to be someone who dies tonight.

Enid really needs to get over this emo trip. I still think she is an unmarked wolf. Sam has slipped into Lizzie land. This Wolf is going to kill Denise. This dude is so off.  Well, it was nice knowing you Denise. Let him die, Denise!!! Oh, no Deanna has been bitten, well she's out of here. See ya, later Danielle Melnick.

Deanna is right to tell Michonne that saving Alexandria is not enough that she has to want for herself, too. Ron is so freaking annoying. Could he just die already? This dumb a** might as well just open the door for the walkers. I love that Carl just made Ron hand over his gun, before informing him that his dad was a butthole. 35 minute in, and nobody has died yet; I mean, Deanna, but she's not dead yet.

Judith is the worst time crying kid ever. Where is Deanna? Leaning over the crib. Oh, I thought she was a zombie, too, Rick. Deanna is really turning the reins over to Rick. Don't leave the baby with her Rick! Honestly, I would be Eugene in the zombie Apocalypse. Tara is ever the rah-rah cheerleader. Eugene: "Lock picking is within my skill set." I need Carol to be okay. Where did Carol go? Man, really Morgan, you fell for that? Carol is about to kill ole dude. Morgan really, man? Carol will kill you Morgan. I repeat she will kill you! I like Morgan, but I'm with Carol on this. Gabriel is such a putz. What about the baby? How are y'all going to get the baby out? Deanna won't let Michonne do her in. Someday this pain will be useful to you. and give them hell. Goodbye Deanna. Sam is going to die, y'all. Dammit, Morgan. Morgan has gotten himself and Carol killed. C'mon, man! Somebody kill this dude!!! Well, Denise it was nice knowing you. There is Glenn and Enid in the tree. I'm a little pissed right now. They are leaving the house covered with zombie guts trying to be quiet and then Sam decides to talk. I hate this. This was such a crap ending. No Daryl, No Sasha, No Abraham? Ugh! Now, we have to wait until February. See ya then guys.

NFL Week 12: Do We Have Any Starters Left?

Welcome to Week 12 of the NFL Season! I hope you have all recovered from your turkey comas, and the 900 variations on turkey we've had since Thursday. This NFL season has been a pill when it comes to keeping players healthy. Two weeks after returning to Cowboys, Tony Romo is out for the year with a collarbone injury. Injuries are taking a toll on practically every team. You can field an all-star team with the number of people out for the year--Tony Romo, Joe Flacco, Colin Kaepernick, Steve Smith, Reggie Bush, Le'Veon Bell, Jamaal Charles, Victor Cruz, Arian Foster, Devin Hester, and the list goes on. Then you have the list of the walking wounded like Ben Roethlisberger, Andrew Luck, and Peyton Manning.

The good news for fantasy players is that the bye weeks are finally behind us; the bad news is trying to salvage enough players to make a starting line up. I've lost two starting running backs this season. My Just Gonzo current lineup includes: Tom Brady (so I really shouldn't complain), Spencer Ware, Todd Gurley, Larry Fitzgerald, Chris Harper, Travis Kelce, Jeremy Maclin, Cairo Santos, and the Denver Defense. Brady and Santos have been the only dependable people on this list. This year I lost Le'Veon Bell, replaced him with Charcandrick West (who probably will not play this week), dropped Peyton Manning and Golden Tate, benched Frank Gore and Danny Amendola. Today, I play one of the best teams in my fantasy league. Wish me luck, y'all.

As I mentioned the bye weeks are over, and the fantasy playoffs are approaching. Let's hope we have enough players left to make it to the finish line. With the Thanksgiving games included, I had a year's best 12-4 record bringing my total to 90-58 on the year. I tell you, picking games has been a crapshoot all year. You never know with the way some of these teams are playing. So, fingers crossed...

Sunday, November 29, 2015
Minnesota Vikings at Atlanta Falcons: Minnesota (I have so little faith in the Falcons.)
St. Louis Rams at Cincinnati Bengals: Cincinnati
Oakland Raiders at Tennessee Titans: Tennessee
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Indianapolis Colts: Indianapolis
Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs: Kansas City
Miami Dolphins at NY Jets: New York
NY Giants at Washington Redskins: New York
San Diego Chargers at Jacksonville Jaguars: Jacksonville (I can't believe I said that)
New Orleans Saints at Houston Texans: New Orleans
Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers: Arizona
Pittsburgh Steelers at Seattle Seahawks: Seattle (only because they are a hard out at home)
New England Patriots at Denver Broncos: New England

Monday, November 30, 2015
Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns: Baltimore (even with a backup because Cleveland is a mess)

Thursday, December 3, 2015
Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions: Green Bay

Good luck everyone! Until next week, "If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere."-Frank A. Clark

Thursday, November 26, 2015

NFL Week 12: Thanksgiving Day Picks

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Here's hoping your day is filled with the blessings of family, friends, and lots and lots of turkey!!! Oh, no I did not forget, FOOTBALL!!! It is one of the many things I'm looking forward to today. You know besides the turkey, ham, pie, cake, yams, pie, peas, dressing, potatoes, gravy, pie, and did I mention pie? It also helps me to avoid those pesky why aren't you married with children questions, because I really hope I can make it through Thanksgiving without having to have a clapback.

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. I start the day refusing any type of food until dinner is served. It's a matter of control, so I can rest my self-control later. See, there is a method to my madness, but onto the matter at hand.

The NFL has seen fit to give us another three game special, so we have to spend as little time as possible discussing religion, politics, and gossip--three courses always served at the table. Don't forget that you have to set your fantasy team today before the games begin if you have any players on today's teams.

So, on with the picks:
Thursday, November 26, 2015
Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions: Detroit-I have absolutely no faith in Philadelphia at this point.

Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys: Carolina-Romo's back, and the Boys always perform well at home on Thanksgiving, but Cam and the Panthers are going to be a tough out. Besides, y'all know I hate the Cowboys. I want Cam to beat them.

Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers: Green Bay-They are retiring lord Favre's jersey tonight at halftime, and the Bears are, well, the Bears. I expect a tough game with the Pack and Rodgers coming out on top.

Good luck to your teams, and may you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Until next time, "Thanksgiving dinners take eighteen hours to prepare.  They are consumed in twelve minutes.  Half-times take twelve minutes.  This is not coincidence."~Erma Bombeck

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Dead Viewing: Season Six, Ep. 7-"Heads Up"

Welcome back, everybody! The good news is that is almost time for The Walking Dead. The bad news is that there are only two episodes left until the mid-season break, and then, no The Walking Dead until February. So, we learned this week that the guy who stole Daryl's bike is named Dwight, and that he was mixed up with a pretty bad group in the comics. Yeah, that voice at the end of last week's episode was certainly not Glenn.  We open with Glenn. He got under the dumpster. Man, having to stare at Nicholas's stupid face. That's Enid?  Where the hell has she been? There is something hinky about Enid. I trust her about as far as I can throw her. Glenn has already survived the worse, not he is going to be like Daryl and get hurt chasing this girl.

Rick and Morgan are about to have a come to Jesus meeting. Maggie is keeping watch for Glenn on the wall. Glenn had to kill the zombie friend that Michonne's group had to leave behind. Gabriel around like a freaking stalker. I only hate him slightly less than Nicholas. Ron is going to be the fool to draw the walkers into Alexandria. They are interrogating Morgan about letting some of the Wolves go. Morgan is going to be a casualty. He is going to end up dying like Hershel and Dale. Rick asked him if he can get along without getting blood on his hands. Morgan says, he doesn't know. I say let him hang with Carol for a while.

Rick is still plotting to draw the walkers out, but he still does not trust the people from Alexandria. Let her go Glenn. Let her go...Enid pulls a gun on Glenn, but calls him a butthole when he takes it from her. I really hate Ron and Enid. I will not miss them when they die, and way to be responsible gun keeper. Enid and Glenn have made it to Alexandria, and now Spencer is trying to zip line out.  Why is he so dumb? He should die on principle. Tara helps to save kill walkers while Rick and the rest pull stupid Spencer back over the wall. Why are they so stupid?

Come on Morgan, don't save the wolf. Cut your losses on this one. Uh-oh. Carol is going to figure it out. She's gonna kill that wolf. Carol is checking them out with the baby in her arms. Ron is stalking Carl with a gun. Yeah, this kid has to die. Enid and Glenn released the balloons. Oh, hell the walls have come down. The mid-season final is next week!

NFL Week Eleven: Who is Brock Osweiler?

Welcome back, everyone! My Chiefs finally beat Peyton Manning after an 11 year drought. Those 4 interceptions led to the benching of the great Peyton Manning for a youngster named Brock Osweiler. Yeah, I don't know who he is either, but he is getting the start today against Chicago. That said, MY CHIEFS BEAT THE BRONCOS IN DENVER! Now, the Chiefs are off to San Diego to take on Philip Rivers and the Chargers. The Chiefs can put themselves in the playoff hunt if they can take down the Chargers considering the Chiefs have one of the easiest schedules down the stretch.

Boy, that Colin Kaepernick star fell quickly in San Francisco. The erstwhile quarterback was put on season ending IR yesterday with a torn labrum. Word is that his career in San Francisco is all but done even before the surgery.

Sorry about the quickness of the article. I am actually on vacation this week, so you know...lazy. I will be on the blog tonight with my thoughts about tonight's episode of The Walking Dead.

Fantasy fans: Remember Cleveland, Pittsburgh, NY Giants, and New Orleans have a bye this week. Last week put a severe dent in my record with a 6-8 performance. Yikes! It brings my record to 78-54 on the season. Seriously, you never really know this year.

Sunday November 22, 2015
Indianapolis Colts at Atlanta Falcons: Atlanta
Denver Broncos at Chicago Bears: Chicago
Oakland Raiders at Detroit Lions: Detroit
Dallas Cowboys at Miami Dolphins: Dallas
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Philadelphia Eagles: Philadelphia
Washington Redskins at Carolina Panthers: Carolina
St. Louis Rams at Baltimore Ravens: Baltimore
New York Jets at Houston Texans: Houston
Kansas City Chiefs at San Diego Chargers: Kansas City
Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings: Green Bay
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks: Seattle
Cincinnati Bengals at Arizona Cardinals: Arizona

Monday, November 23, 2015
Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots: New England

I will be back on Thursday for the Thanksgiving day picks. Until next week, "Learn all you can from the mistakes of others. You won't have time to make them all yourself." ~Alfred Sheinwold

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Dead Viewing: Season 6, Ep. 6-"Always Accountable"

Episode six is about to start, and I really can't help thinking that we are almost at the mid-way finale and only one day has passed this season.  Plus, it's been two episodes without Carol and barely any Michonne. I must say, that I hate the split up episodes the most. I like my Walking Dead family near to each other. Sasha, Abraham, and Darryl are still leading the rest of the walkers from Alexandria. Who is shooting? Are these more Wolves? Well, Sasha and Abraham took care of them, but Daryl has gotten separated from Sasha and Abraham. Daryl collapse in a woods that has been burned out, and lands next to a burned out walker in a motorcycle helmet.

There are a lot of skeletons out here, and Daryl is pretty messed up. Daryl has a some type of wound on his arm. Maybe a gunshot? Daryl just got clocked. Who are these refugees from O Brother, Where Art Thou? Well, I don't think they are Wolves. Well, I still don't know who those people are but apparently they lost Patty, and Daryl escaped to take a long time to kill a walker, and realized that he has stolen ole girl's insulin. I don't blame Daryl for running, but man, is he going to take it back? So, who is this merry band of half-wits that Daryl is rolling with?

Sasha and Abraham as a team is an interesting mix. That military uniform is bringing back memories for Abraham. Sasha is playing psychiatrist with Abraham. Abraham has no chill. "Loose ends make my ass itch." Daryl went back to help them, but somebody else is there. Daryl just can't help helping people. One of the bad guys just got bit, and Wayne, whoever he is, just took his arm off before leaving and telling his friend to walk it off. Wait, what? The forest refugees couldn't believe Daryl came back, and asked why. In typical Daryl fashion he answered, "Maybe I'm stupid, too."

Back to Sasha and Abraham at the office. Question, how did they get a Humvee up there? Bad Idea Abraham. What the hell is he doing? Guess he doesn't want to die after all. Well that's one way to get the missile from the walker. Is Abraham macking on Sasha?

Tina and them are a little on the slow side. Well, they got Tina. She just sat there and let that happen. They had to bury little Tina. Now, they are going to highjack Daryl. I hope they both die. Daryl found their gas truck. I guess that's who Patty was, and has found Sasha and Abraham. Oh, so now they need Daryl's help. I bet that's the dumbasses who stole his bike. So, until next week. I'm off to watch Into the Badlands.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

NFL Week Ten: Did Peyton Beat Us Again?

It's week 10 in the NFL, and with only 7 weeks left in the season some teams are starting to panic as the playoffs are just around the bend. One of those teams is my beloved Kansas City Chiefs, who are 3-5 and staring up at Denver and the Raiders. Unfortunately, the Chiefs are headed to Denver to play Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. I use to like Peyton Manning, back when he was an Indianapolis Colt who only beat the Chiefs during the playoffs, but then, Peyton joined the enemy and donned the orange and blue, and all reverence for the great Peyton Manning left the building for me. Peyton just has my Chiefs number. Always has. In 13 career starts against the Chiefs, Peyton has a 12-1 record. 12-1. The last time the Chiefs beat a Peyton Manning team was in 2004. Since that game, in which Trent Green was the starting quarterback, the Chiefs have had nine different guys play quarterback: Damon Huard, Brodie Croyle, Tyler Thigpen, Matt Cassel, Tyler Palko, Kyle Orton, Brady Quinn, Chase Daniel, and of course, Alex Smith. NINE DIFFERENT QUARTERBACKS. I love my Chiefs, I will root wildly for them tomorrow, and I will watch them fall again to Peyton-freaking-Manning.

Carolina bumped off the Green Bay Packers last week, once again, Cam and the Panthers are showing that they are a team to be reckoned with. Of course, Tom Brady and Patriots won...AGAIN. I'm guessing they won't be losing any time soon. Bengals won again, and they, too, remain undefeated. Who will be the last defeated standing? My guess--The Pats.

Fantasy fans: do not forget that San Diego, Indianapolis, San Francisco, and Atlanta have byes this week, so set your line-ups accordingly. Last week, my record was barely over .500 with a 7-6 record bring the year total to 72-46. Hopefully, I can do better than that.

Sunday, November 15, 2015
Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers: Green Bay
Carolina Panthers at Tennessee Titans: Carolina
Chicago Bears at St. Louis Rams: Chicago
Miami Dolphins at Philadelphia Eagles: Philadelphia
Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers: Pittsburgh
Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Dallas
New Orleans Saints at Washington Redskins: New Orleans
Jacksonville Jaguars at Baltimore Ravens: Baltimore
Minnesota Vikings at Oakland Raiders: Minnesota
Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos: Denver (hoping I'm wrong)
New England Patriots at New York Giants: New England (but the Giants have their number)
Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks: Arizona

Monday, November 15, 2015
Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals: Cincinnati

Thursday, November 19, 2015
Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars: Tennessee

Until next week, "We look forward to the time when the Power of Love will replace the Love of Power. then will our world know the blessings of peace."~William Ewart Gladstone

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Dead Viewing: Season 6, Ep. 5: "Now"

Welcome back! Didn't rewatch last week's episode, so I'm jumping back in to this week's which is beginning with Deanna in a daze and people stacking bodies after the massacre by the Wolves. Apparently, this is the same day of the attack. Miraculously, Rick survived the onslaught of walkers, and it was him yelling at the end of last week's episode. I am wondering how the hell he managed to get out of the RV. Of course, at this point in the narrative Deanna is completely useless. (Off subject, I cannot wait until the series premiere of Into the Badlands).

So, we are gonna just stand at the gate biting our nails, Alexandria. Rick is giving his speech. Glenn and Nicholas ain't coming back, Rick. Gotta make this place quiet as a graveyard.  Aaron and Morgan really are getting on my nerves. Aaron at least admits part of the Wolf attack was his fault. Deanna on the other hand has lost what's left of her mind. They could just feed the walkers with the killers. These Alexandria people are the worse; it's like a city full of Nicholases. I really hate the people in Alexandria. They are like the people who put the dogs in the lifeboats on the Titanic. I do like that Spencer's balls have finally dropped.

Poor Maggie, no clue about what has happened to Glenn. They put Glenn's name on the memorial. Not cool man, not cool. Dude, Bob and Sasha couldn't stop her, what makes you think you can Aaron. Oh, he's going to help her. Deanna, needs to get herself to get herself together. Well, I spoke too soon? Spencer is plastered at this hour? Dude, needs some chill. Spencer is blaming everything on his mom, of course. Carl needs to get a freaking haircut. Ron is a little turd. So, he cares about Enid, but not enough to see if she is okay. By the way, this "fight" between Ron and Carl was one of the weakest things I've seen in a while, and that is including that sweet tea I had in California. I am beginning to detest all people named Ron.

The Doctor is a mess, and Tara is trying to keep the doctor up. Oh, they forgot to put down one of their friends, and Jessie had to take her down. Jessie has to talk them up, now. Man, Maggie is so loud down here in the sewers. Man, the slimy sewer walkers almost got Maggie. Why was she hesitating? She just has to get to Glenn. Sidenote: where is Judith? Did Jessie leave her kid in the closet while she is clearing? This walking in the sky extra is rather annoying, and I don't think I would want to see it. Well, Tara has a girlfriend? The doctor just kissed her after saving Sasha's real-life hubby whose  name I can never remember. I hate this for Maggie. She is accepting that she will never see Glenn again. Sam finally came out of the closet, but he will not come downstairs because everything has changed. Deanna hit that walker every where except in the head. Deanna looks like she is stepping down as Mayor of weak town.

Two weeks later, and we still don't know if Glenn is dead, but Maggie is wiping his name off the wall. So, Maggie is pregnant. Aaron making name suggestions. Rosita likes Spencer? Rick still has a thing for Jessie. Now, they are kissing, because she needs to know there is more. Man, it's been what 2-3 years since Rick's been with a woman? Deanna, are you with us now? Is that blood coming through the wall? Man, this is too much. We get to see what's up with Darryl, Abraham, and Sasha next week. WHERE IS GLENN???/ Until next week...

Week Nine: Bye Week Blues

Welcome to the midway point of the NFL season everybody! Last week, something magical happened in London, and it did not involve Hogwarts or Harry Potter. The Kansas City Chiefs won, and won soundly against the Detroit Lions! Now, I know, I know that I should not be so excited because after all they beat the Lions who went on a pink slip throw down this week. But, it has been so long since the Chiefs put a beat down on anyone that I just want to enjoy it before they make me inevitably question my fandom. Which brings me to today's blues, no Chiefs game today. The Chiefs have a by this week, so no chance to get on a roll which always frightens this fan. By the way, did y'all see Alex Smith last week? If only he can bring that to Mile High next week against Peyton, if only the defense can play against Peyton the way they played against Stafford, if only...

Only four undefeated teams are left after the Packers fell to the Broncos last week. The Patriots, the Broncos, the Bengals, and the Panthers are the last teams standing without a loss. If I had to put money on it, I would probably say that of the four the Patriots will probably be the last team to get a loss. This week Peyton travels back to Indianapolis to take on a shaky Colts team with an even shakier Andrew Luck at the helm. It is the fourth and likely final game between Peyton and his replacement. Would I be too petty in saying I hope the kid wins? So, I'm petty. I'm really petty because both the Broncos and the UGH Raiders are ahead of my Chiefs in the standings.

My Fantasy Just Gonzo is fairing okay considering I have now lost my starting running back Le'Veon Bell. Not only that, my team is Kansas City Chiefs heavy, so this week is a pill trying to fill all of those empty slots. It's not fair that my favorite team and my fantasy team should be without their starting running back. Get well soon, Jamaal Charles, Le'Veon Bell, Reggie Bush, Steve Smith, and all the other players who went down to injury last week. Good luck to Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers. Has any player fallen as quickly as Kaepernick? Now, they've shipped Vernon Davis to Denver. SMH...

Fantasy players: do not forget that Kansas City, Baltimore, Houston, Arizona, Seattle, and Detroit all have byes this week so set your team accordingly. Last week, I was 10-5 in my picks bringing my record to 65-40 on the season. Here go with week nine! My your teams have the best of luck, unless they are the Raiders, Cowboys, or Broncos, because--petty.

Sunday, November 9
Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills: Buffalo
St. Louis Rams at Minnesota Vikings: Minnesota
Washington Redskins at New England Patriots: New England
Tennessee Titans at New Orleans Saints: New Orleans
Jacksonville Jaguars at New York Jets: New York
Oakland Raiders at Pittsburgh Steelers: Pittsburgh
Green Bay Packers at Carolina Panthers: Green Bay
Atlanta Falcons at San Francisco 49ers: Atlanta
New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: New York
Denver Broncos at Indianapolis Colts: Denver (but rooting for Indy)
Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys: Philadelphia

Monday, November 10
Chicago Bears at San Diego Chargers: San Diego

Thursday, November 12
Buffalo Bills at New York Jets: New York

Until next week, "The nice part about being a pessimist is that you are constantly being either proven right or pleasantly surprised." ~George F. Will

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Dead Viewing: Season 6, Ep 4: "Here's Not Here"

***There will be spoilers, so I would turn back now if I were you***

Hey, Dead Heads! I'm back! Okay, I flaked out last week, because I really, really just wanted to watch The Walking Dead and live tweet. It's hard to blog, tweet, and watch at the same time, and I always felt like I was missing something. So, I started the night rewatching last week's episode "Thank you," and I must say that I hate Nicholas with every fiber in my being I hate Nicholas. He is the single most useless character to ever utter a line on this show. He could not do runs properly, he almost shot Glenn, and he couldn't even commit suicide properly.  His death may have caused the death of one of the most popular characters on The Walking Dead-Glenn Rhee. I honestly have not accepted the death of Glenn, until I see evidence, I will not. Man, I hate Nicholas.

Morgan, seriously man, you are the reason that Rick is now disabled in the RV because of the attack by the wolves that you let get away. I need you to hang out with Carol for a bit and get your killing legs back. Speaking of Rick, did he not see all of the sparks flying from under the dashboard. Did he really think that thing was going to crank.

Now, the 90 minute super episode starts. This is a present considering we usually only get these at mid-season or the finale.

Did Morgan not kill that wolf?  Is that who he is talking to? We are going back to when Morgan cracked up after Rick and Michonne left him. We are going for a 90 minute flashback into Morgan psychosis, and I'm all for it. You know, we really should not be spending all of our time with Morgan saying, "What the he doing?," but I feel that we will be saying that every moment of this episode. What is he doing making zombie candles? What? Yikes, he just took that dude out with a stick to the throat, and choked that discount Ralph Macchio. Morgan looking at the flowers is a whole lot different than Lizzie looking. Clarity? He is just going to kill this guy and take his goat. Did the dude really offer him falafel? Is the falafel dude Twisty from American Horror Story? Just googled it. Ah-ha!! John Carroll Lynch who played Twisty the clown will be Morgan's Obi-wan Kenobi!!!

Just gonna lock a brother up, huh, Twisty? Annnnd Morgan's cheese is officially off the cracker. Apparently, Ezekiel was a fan of early 80s Victor Newman. Okay, his name is Eastman and he is a forensic psychologist. This whole cage is really sketch. He diagnosed Morgan with PTSD. Have you not seen the world doc? Everybody has it. "I'm going to kill you"-Morgan and of course Rick's favorite line. You mean to tell me, I could have left here a long time ago? What the... Uh-what was that?

So after a choking battle, the psychologist wins, and Morgan is asking to die. I don't understand why he wants to help Morgan so badly. Now he is telling his story. Dude is just vague. So, Eastman just leaves him? What the crap? Why would he leave this place that is somewhat secure? Makes no sense? Eastman returns after Morgan finds his "walker graveyard," plus the dude is collecting all of their driver licenses like trading cards. Who does he plan to give them too?  He chastises Morgan for the damage he caused while trying to save the goat and gave him the Bo staff that Morgan is now using.

I see Morgan had his farmer Rick phase. Now, the philosophy of Aikido begins for Morgan, and they moved the goat indoors I see.  Now, we will learn about the cell. The crook killed his wife, daughter, and son. What a butthole? I have come to believe that all life is precious-Eastman, which is why they are eating oatmeal burgers. So, I wonder what happened to Eastman? And that's what happened to Eastman. The guy Morgan choked to death came back to kill Eastman. So, basically Morgan pulled a Carl and got Dale, I mean, Eastman killed.

Eastman's impending death messed Morgan up again. And now the goat's dead. Wait, Crighton Wilton's name in on a grave! The guy who killed his family, and he let him starve to death in the cell. Took the killer 47 days to die.

Eastman gave him the rabbit's foot. The lady gave him the soup and the bullet. He buried Eastman before he left to go and find people which led him to Rick. Why is he still talking to this fool? Morgan is going to have to kill this guy. This Wolf is a lunatic. Morgan . You are going to have to kill this dude. I can't believe Morgan let this dude live again. That's it for this week! See you, next week!!!