But as I watched the first two episodes, I began to worry that TheWalking Dead wouldn't have enough for non-genre fans to, uh, chew on. (Sorry.) Thus far, the characters are a bit shallow, and I cringed when a stereotypical redneck survivor showed up in episode two. But the show took that storyline to a darker place than I expected, demonstrating that it has more on its mind than zombie slaying after all. That moment toward the end of episode two was the most shocking thing on The Walking Dead so far — and that's saying something.
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