The Walking Dead Fan Chat: Episode 611 – ‘Knots Untie’

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WASHINGTON, February 28, 2016 – Tonight’s episode of The Walking Dead episode 611 “Knots Untie,” promises surprises for the Alexandrians, as they begin to discover that they’re not the only settlement out there; Jesus takes them to his group, and introduces a new level of danger to the group that has been enjoying the post herd invasion for the last two months.

Last week we saw both Daryl and Rick letting their guard down leading to a series of truly stupid moves that had us all screaming “What the heck are you doing?” or words to that effect. Complacency during the Zombie Apocalypse is not suggested.

And those that are following the infamous Negan.

Tonight’s synopsis from AMC reads:  After Rick comes to the realization that Alexandria might not be as safe as he thought, decisions must be made about where to go from here.

Guests on tonights Talking Dead with Chris Hardwick include rapper Kid Cudi, Lauren Cohen who plays Maggie and a surprise guest – which causes us all a  moment of pause as it usually means someone has died – and the number of core characters is winnowing down as quickly as the Republican nominee field.

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