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Emily Kinney

zombie cruise

Imagine it: you’re out on a nice, sunny day, relaxing pool-side on the deck of a huge cruise ship where you’ve been enjoying great cuisine and fun entertainment (and unlimited drinks at the bar, hey-yo!)… and then your good times are ruined when a zombie comes staggering onto the Lido Deck and tries to eat your brains.  While it sounds like a scenario out of the latest zombie novel or video game, in 2016 the scenario might be all too real – if you sign up to be a passenger on the new “The Walking Dead” themed cruise!

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No, this isn’t some new flashback and you do remember it right. Beth, played by Emily Kinney, was killed off at the season five mid-season finale of The Walking Dead. (*Note to those crying SPOILERS!!! Seriously? This has been out and around the Internet so many times that even my relatives on dial-up know about it.) Word is making its way around the Internet today though has Norman Reedus, who is everybody’s favorite redneck zombie killing machine on The Walking Dead, is reportedly now dating Emily Kinney. (more…)

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If you haven’t seen mid-season finale of The Walking Dead and somehow missed it when AMC’s Walking Dead Facebook page spoiled the big character death of the episode before it even aired on the West Coast, then I apologize for spoiling it for you now. Seriously though, how the hell did you avoid it? You’d have to be cave diving or living on an Amish farm for the last week to have avoided finding out. A lot of fans aren’t happy with what happened and one took to Change.Org to start a petition to change everything and bring back Beth. No, that is not a joke and it has over 29,000 supporters. (more…)

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Do you watch The Walking Dead weekly? Do you remember Beth (Emily Kinney)? Are you starting to think that her sister Maggie (Lauren Cohan) doesn’t? You’re not alone. Aside from all the other unanswered questions in the fifth season of The Walking Dead, the biggest may be why Maggie isn’t more concerned about the whereabouts of her half-sister Beth, or more to the point, why she hasn’t even taken two-and-a-half seconds out of the very busy season to ponder the question: “I wonder what happened to Beth?” Fortunately, Walking Dead comic creator and series executive producer Robert Kirkman has appeared with an answer. An oddly pragmatic and straightforward answer, but an answer nonetheless. (more…)

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