The Walking Dead - Season 4, Episode 07: Dead Weight
Rick is so determined to living as a human again even as he tries his family and move along with the other survivors to locate a perfect refuge.
- Episode 01: 30 Days Without an Accident
- Episode 02: Infected
- Episode 03: Isolation
- Episode 04: Indifference
- Episode 05: Internment
- Episode 06: Live Bait
- Episode 07: Dead Weight
- Episode 08: Too Far Gone0
- Episode 09: After
- Episode 10: Inmates
- Episode 11: Claimed
- Episode 12: Still
- Episode 13: Alone
- Episode 14: The Grove
- Episode 15: Us
- Episode 16: A
Actors Of "The Walking Dead - Season 4"
Characters Of "The Walking Dead - Season 4"
Creators of "The Walking Dead - Season 4"
Critics Of "The Walking Dead - Season 4"
Richard Rys New York Magazine/Vulture
July 08, 2015 This is how I want my Governor - seated on his throne of crazy, revisiting old grudges, and making life even more hellish than usual for Rick and the gang.Read in Source
Kevin Yeoman ScreenRant
July 08, 2015 Generally, episodes that spend most of their time in anticipation of what's coming up next leave the viewer wishing that the writers would just get on with it... There was certainly some of that going on here.Read in Source
Maricela Gonzalez Entertainment Weekly
July 08, 2015 That's more like it. Is it bad to be excited that the Governor has gone back to his murderous, maniacal ways?Read in Source
Morgan Jeffery Digital Spy
July 08, 2015 There's a problem with 'Dead Weight', and it's a big one - David Morrissey's alter ego aside, the viewer has no real attachment to any of the characters dominating the screen.Read in Source
Alan Sepinwall HitFix
July 08, 2015 If the end result is that [the Governor's] back to being the same clown he was before, why did we need these two episodes, other than to give paychecks to Kirk Acevedo and Enver Gjokaj?Read in Source
Sean McKenna TV Fanatic
July 08, 2015 The problem is that this two-episode departure from the main storyline feels like it could have been condensed or not even used at all.Read in Source
John Lopez Grantland
July 08, 2015 "Dead Weight" gave this season a full head of steam as it cruises down psychopath lane, setting El Guv on a promising collision course with Rick Grimes and his not-ready-for-zombie-time players.Read in Source
Roth Cornet IGN Movies
July 08, 2015 There's something to be said for the attempt that was made, and explored over time and with a bit more nuance, this really could have been one of the best character arcs on the series.Read in Source
Ted Pigeon Slant Magazine
July 08, 2015 The show's elegant portrayal of the heavy emotional burden of living with oneself, when surviving entails taking dehumanizing measures, has given it renewed focus and vibrancyRead in Source
Nate Rawlings TIME Magazine
July 08, 2015 Because of the way the story has been laid out, we needed to follow The Governor's post-Woodbury journey, but the reality is the past two eps have been very slow and boring.Read in Source
Soundtracks Of "The Walking Dead - Season 4"
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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