Shane is dead. I’ve been waiting two seasons to be able to say that. Might as well say it again. Shane is dead. I’m happy. He should have died six episodes ago.
I’m also very happy that the farm is about to be overrun by zombies. Frank Darabont has let the show stagnate by idling too long on that farm. He’s turned a post-apocalyptic action/drama into a soap opera, with plot progression relying too heavily on characters making unrealistically poor decisions.
It’s okay, though. The Sopranos is one of the greatest television series of all time, despite David Chase’s dragging focus on Vito and Johnny Cakes and their man-loving picnics in the grassy meadows of New Hampshire. A TV show can have weak points and still recover.
So bring on the zombies!
Let’s see how well you know the show: