'Walking Dead' Clip: Are They Killing Off T-Dog?

All the clues are there. Will this Sunday's premiere of The Walking Dead spell the end of T-Dog? As evidenced by this clip he gets a few lines that add up to about 25 words, which is more than he's done in the past two seasons. It's a popular practice in film and television to give a character a big moment just before they're dispatched. And these lines even involve his two cents on strategy. R.I.P. T-Dog. It was nice almost knowing you.

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Don't F*ck With This Uncensored Clip From Last Season's 'Walking Dead' Finale

Not since Drunk History have I seen a curse word used so effectively. By Jared Jones I think we can all agree that our society's double standard when it comes to violence and naughty language (or naughty bits, for that matter), is f*cking ridiculous. What, watching a man have his f*cking intestines ripped out by a pack of voracious f*cking cannibals is acceptable, but only as long as his final words are "Gosh darn it!!" and not the righteous "F******************CK!!" that poor bastard deserves? Don't get me wrong, TV censorship can sometimes be utilized to hilarious effect — I am of course referring to the moment in (edited) Snakes on a Plane when Sir Samuel L. declares that he has grown tired of these monkey-fighting snakes on this Monday-to-Friday plane. But for the most part, censorship is a weak-ass practice perpetuated by cowards. It's the nadir of artistic expression. It's plain un-American, is what it is. This was never more apparent than during the closing moments of last season's otherwise excellent Walking Dead finale, where after RIPPING OUT A MAN'S THROAT WITH HIS TEETH, Rick Grimes was not allowed to drop an F-bomb after being SHOT AT AND CAPTURED BY A GROUP OF CANNIBALS. "They're screwing with the wrong people," Grimes instead muttered, drawing a collective groan from hardcore and casual WD fans alike. But now, AMC has released an uncensored clip of the original, more swearier version of season 5's closing line. Not since Drunk History have I seen a curse word used so effectively.


Go Behind The Scenes Of 'Fear The Walking Dead'

This show will be entirely different but very much the same. With The Walking Dead's sexy new counterpart series, The Walking Dead: L.A. Nights, set to premiere toward the end of the summer, the producers want you to know, "We got this." There's no official footage ready to share but instead we get the next best thing, behind-the-scenes interviews. This peak behind the curtain confirms that the series will be entirely different than the mopey, walking around in the woods tone of its predecessor and first focus on the early days of the zombie apocalypse. And it will be really cool. What more do you need to know?


Further Proof That 'The Walking Dead' Pretty Much IS 'Toy Story'

How did we not see this sooner?! There's been a longstanding theory that The Walking Dead's Governor is essentially Toy Story 3's villainous Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear and AMC's zombie series has borrowed more than a few plot points from the Pixar film series. Today comes even more similarities! It's been awhile since I've watched the original Toy Story film, but thanks to the Internet, you can see that The Walking Dead BLATANTLY stole its opening titles from the beloved children's film. Wow. Despicable. Somebody's gonna get sued. How did we not see this sooner?!


'Fear The Walking Dead' Teases Its First Zombie

Unless it isn't. AMC is giving us another little nibble of Fear the Walking Dead. Unlike our first looks that showed us a man running for his life and a kid discussing the legitimacy of bloggers, this new look shows us what might be our first look at a walker. Or else just some drunk guy dressed as Raiden from Mortal Kombat. If it is in fact a walker, this is a really encouraging preview. In all the chatter about the show, nobody ever mentioned zombies wearing funny hats. That adds a whole new level that's been sorely missing from the original series.


Conan's 'Walking Dead' Episode Intro Is Perfect

And it didn't even involve bear masturbation. In order to kick off last night's special Walking Dead-themed episode of Conan, Coco visited the backwoods of Georgia to show how the late night host fared during the Zombie Apocalypse. It's incredibly well-done. All in all, I find Zombie Conan much more enjoyable than Zombie Jay Leno. My only qualm is that we didn't get to see a zombified Masturbating Bear. But that's really more of an issue for me to take up with science.


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'The Walking Dead' Trailer: It's Still About Zombies

Braaaaaiiiiiiiins. If there's one thing guaranteed to appeal to the visitors of Comic Con 2011, it's zombies. And with that in braaaaaaaiiiiiiiiin, AMC has released a trailer for the second season of their surprise hit The Walking Dead. They also announced the premiere date - Sunday, October 16, at 9 P.M. [post-album postid="221362" item="1"]The trailer shows lots of the post-zombie-apocalypse America, including the realization that traffic jams will be a thing of the past once the zombies take over. Maybe this won't be so bad after all... (AOL)


'Fear The Walking Dead' Gives Us A Plot Synopsis And A New Clip

Ok! Ok! I'll fear them. FINE. In the past few months, we've learned a little bit more about that Walking Dead spinoff, Fear the Walking Dead. We learned its name, we got a rough idea of plot, its shooting location, and a few casting announcements. And a new trailer released by AMC not only confirms all that we've learned, but offers up a look at the production design of the new series as well, albeit a terribly limited one. It's not all that enlightening, but it's a start. Considering the premiere of the show lands in August, we should get more and more of these clips to get the hype machine going. And they were nice enough to issue a plot synopsis as well: A companion series to “The Walking Dead,” the #1 show on television among adults 18-49, “Fear the Walking Dead” takes us back to the beginning of the zombie apocalypse – a time when the world was changing rapidly for reasons unknown, before anyone understood exactly what was happening, when life as everyone knew it was upended and altered in ways no one could have ever imagined. “Fear the Walking Dead” is executive produced by Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Greg Nicotero, David Alpert and showrunner David Erickson and produced by AMC Studios. The series, set in Los Angeles, stars Kim Dickens as Madison, Cliff Curtis as Travis, Frank Dillane  as Nick, Alycia Debnam-Carey as Alicia, Elizabeth Rodriguez as Liza, Ruben Blades as Daniel, Mercedes Mason as Ofelia and Lorenzo James Henrie as Chris. Again, more confirmation than "news," but it's nice to know that there will be zombies in this one, too.