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Nikita 2x06 + The Walking Dead 2x09 Reviewed

343 Walnut Lane

Alex goes to church dressed in her best call girl chic attire. Alex manipulates or does she? Percy manipulates better. Birkhoff finds Nikita’s birth cert. We get flashbacks to 2004 and Nikita’s training.

I hate Michael’s fluffy new hairdo. Nikita tracks down her father but secrets have a way of getting out. Alex wears way too much make up. Roan lurks. There’s guns and big booms and Michael gets shot. This was okay.

Best Lines:
“A transcript of a phone call where Semak goes all Christian Bale on Percy.”

“Why would he lie?”
“Uh, cos he’s Percy.”

“You will get me what I want when I want it. No questions asked. Or there will be questions asked.”


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Trigger Finger

Lori is in a wrecked car being menaced by walkers, sadly not for long. Rick’s shot two people and now their friends have shown up. So instead of blending with this new group of survivors a gun battle breaks out.

Lori is a stupid useless parasite. This was murky and Hershel’s womenfolk do nothing but cook and serve food. Shane acts up, Daryl snarls and Carol is useless. Dale has no point. This cast needs a severe trim.

There’s lots of screaming. Why does Lori believe a word that Shane says? Carol tries to attach herself to a new horrible abusive man, but even he wants none of her. Lori is patronised. Nobody expresses themselves in an evolved way.

Shane will not stop lying, he’s like a male ’Poison Ivy’, he wants Shane’s life and family. Andrea is on Team Shane and Dale is firmly on Team Rick. A new arrival arrives. Hershel tells Shane to shut up. Glenn whines and Maggie is as useless and pathetic as Carol. Lori gets her Lady Macbeth on. Which handily distracts from her lack of charisma or talent. This was okay.

Best Line:
“You killed three of their men, you took one of ‘em hostage but they just ain’t gonna come looking for him?”
Tags: nikita, the walking dead
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