I see the days grow shorter
I feel the nights grow cold
Young people feelin’ restless
Old people feelin’ old
I sense the darkness clearer
I feel a presence here
A change in the weather
I love this time of year
OK, so far American Horror Story: Coven is doing MUCH better than last year’s shambolic mess of a story. Of course, adding actors like Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett to the cast is certain to have a beneficial effect. Also, the setting in New Orleans is certainly fertile, if not fecund.
The Walking Dead is off to a stellar start this year, ramping up the terror and some of the squeamishness also; Rick hobbling the pigs to draw the walkers away from the fence was simply stellar filming and acting. Rick actually showed emotion! And Michonne broke her emotional wall TWICE: jumping off her horse into a bunch of zombies (immediately recognizing how stupid that was) and when she was holding the baby. BACKSTORY.
I have a zombie movie on: Flight Of The Living Dead, or as I like to call it, Brains on a Plane. No Sammy Jackson, but right now the brethren are eating a nun from the toes up. The cast is all nobodies, so anyone can die at anytime, because nobody had the star power to negotiate survival.
Later, the Packers face the woeful Vikings at the re-inflated Metrodome. Yeah, yeah, Adrian Peterson. But Christian Ponder.
And Turdwaffle is still under threat of indictment. Is it possible that the Kochs will cut him loose and leave him to reside in The House Of Many Doors (h/t driftglass)?
I love this time of year.
EDITED. Just to welcome Lou Reed to the brethren. Look, I love Lou and he knows that; but having seen him on the New York tour, I will say that becoming a zombie will not significantly impact his mobility.