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Finally, 'The Walking Dead' gets back on its feet

I'm not sure about you, but before Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead" I was getting antsy.

I knew things were building while Rick and crew were in Alexandria, but I wanted more.

Maybe the way Season 4 wrapped up and the march through Season 5 spoiled me.

I knew conflicts just had to be coming.

Well, here they come.

And just in the nick of time, too.

I won't get into spoilers if you haven't seen it. But things are brewing.

(I do want to point out that those residents of Alexandria sure seem like wimps.)

And, there were deaths too. Epic ones as well.

And maybe "getting back on its feet" my be a disservice. After all, the show has been on such a high level that it's hard to keep that up every week.

For me, it looks like it's back.

It's been my favorite show, and I can't believe there are just two episodes left in the season.

It'll be a long wait until October.

But for now, I can't wait until the cliffhanger ... or so I think.

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