'The Walking Dead' Invades New York City

Ahhhh, zombies are real! If there were a zombie outbreak, New York City is the last place I'd want to be. There's already enough shoving and grabbing. That's why this zombie prank scare to promote the return of The Walking Dead has picked the perfect setting. Busy New Yorkers hey-I'm-walking-here with their blinders on, snapping out of it only as the undead burst out of the subway grates below them. I'd lose my mind. Can we stop pranking unsuspecting victims with creepy supernatural stuff like telekinesis and devil babies? Before we know it, all we'll have is horror pranks and society will turn into that really mean-spirited Telemundo prank show. I'd merely like to wait for the bus!

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