If we take the concepts of a "multiverse," alternate realities, and "other dimensions" to their most obscene extremes, somewhere out there is a world where the zombie apocalpypse has ravaged the world – thankfully, Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Carol (Melissa McBride), and Michonne (Danai Gurira) can count on King Cyborg (Khary Payton) to lead the Kingdom to a brighter tomorrow. Meanwhile, Ezekiel (Khary Payton) and the rest of the Teen Titans are trying to figure out "rock/paper/scissors" long enough to decide who's treating for pizza – as the flowing hair of musical greatness known as B.E.R. gets their night shining.
And then we woke up…
So until we develop a cheap form of interdimensional travel, what follows is some quality work that gives us at least a small taste of what we could expect – along wth a special "guest appearance" at the end.
Let's just say that we approve… and really want a burger!
— Khary Payton (@kharypayton) March 8, 2019
Now here's a look at what fans of AMC's The Walking Dead can expect from this week's episode – the one with the potentially disturbing title "Chokepoint":
The Walking Dead s09e13 "Chokepoint": Daryl's daring rescue mission forces Alpha to unleash a group of her own to retrieve what belongs to her, even if the price is paid in blood. The Kingdom's plans to reunite the communities is put in jeopardy.
The second half of "The Walking Dead" Season 9 finds our groups of survivors, both old and new, continuing to deal with the impact of events that took place during the six years that have passed. Since the disappearance of Rick, many of these characters have become strangers to each other, and in some ways, strangers to themselves.
What they do know is that they are in undeniable danger. They will soon realize the world just beyond does not operate as they thought. The group's rules and ways of survival no longer guarantee their safety. A whole new threat has crossed their paths, and they soon discover it's unlike any threat they have encountered or endured before. The group will start to question what they think they see. What may appear to be normal in this post-apocalyptic world could actually be more disturbing and terrifying than when the apocalypse first broke out. All that is certain is the stakes are high and numerous.
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" tells the story of the months and years after a zombie apocalypse and follows a group of survivors who travel in search of a safe and secure home. The series is executive produced by chief content officer Scott M. Gimple, showrunner Angela Kang, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, Dave Alpert, Greg Nicotero, Tom Luse and Denise Huth.
AMC's The Walking Dead airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET.
That's right! Bring Out Your Dead: Bleeding Cool's The Walking Dead Live-Blog is back each and every Walking Dead Sunday night – starting with a little "pre-game" at 8:30 p.m ET (live-blog goes live on our website) before charging head-long into our live-blog coverage beginning at 9 p.m. ET. After the show, hang out with us a little longer as we share our thoughts on the night's developments and offer up some predictions on what's still to come – and to see if Chris Hardwick has any news to break on Talking Dead.