The Walking Dead Season Finale: It’s Bye Bye, Hamlet, Hello, Rick 2.0

Even though it ensemble features more than a dozen characters, The Walking Dead has always been Rick Grimes’s story.  The first episode began with him lying in a hospital bed with a gunshot wound. And the last episode of this season ends with him morphing into the Rickinator. Or maybe just My Favorite Monster. Or both. Get the Free Tracker App to find a Nintendo Switch in Stock The fascinating—and frustrating—thing about Rick Grimes is that he’s always been Hamlet of the Post-Apocalypse. His indecision runs deep. Is he the guy who handcuffs Merle Dixon to the roof of a building? Or is he the guy who risks his neck to come back to try to rescue him?Is he the guy who makes peace with The Governor? Or the guy who can kill his best friend? The answer is, of course, both, but until this episode Rick himself could never come to terms with both sides of his persona. As he tried to hold on to vestiges of the old world in the face of a scary new one, his yin and yang were in perpetual conflict.But on the road to Terminus, Rick finally embraced his inner monster. When Joe… Read full this story

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