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By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | March 17, 2013
Ahh, I love a good game of cat and mouse! Sunday night's installment of The Walking Dead on AMC was basically sixty minutes of the Governor stalking Andrea over hill and dale, through forests and plains, into abandoned warehouses and, finally, to the doorstep of the prison. There, as Andrea longingly looks at those familiar fences, the Governor swoops in behind her and takes her down. It was exactly like when Jason jumps out of Crystal Lake at the end of Friday the 13th. Heart breaker!
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By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | February 16, 2014
Relax everyone, Tara is OK. She was hiding in a cage at the prison. Daryl, Carol, Glenn, Maggie, Beth, Tyreese, Judith, Lizzie and Mika are all OK, too. Last week's midseason premiere followed the path of Rick and Carl as they got their wits about them after the fall of the prison, and also Michonne as she had a vision quest. This week's episode, ironically called "Inmates," caught up with everyone else, so it was good for those of you with limited attention spans. We first see that Daryl and Beth are OK, so I'm sure all of the ladies out there had a big sigh of relief when they saw that that big hunk Daryl was still alive!
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By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | December 3, 2012
Well THAT wasn't how the Dixon brothers reunion was supposed to go down! For a second, right after the Governor accused Merle of being a traitor in Sunday night's episode, I was very scared that ol' Merle was going to get killed off right then and there. Thank goodness they just left us with a cliffhanger of the two staring each other down in front of a bloodthirsty crowd of Woodburians. We'll have to wait until Feb. 10 for answers, and by then we'll be eating any Subway footlong sub we want for only $5. #FebruAny I hope that Merle and Daryl go back-to-back, Roman gladiator fighting style, and brawl their way out of there, maiming the Governor in the process.
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By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | February 24, 2013
This was one of those "bridge" episodes. Nothing really happened, but it set up a bunch of stuff. Listen people: it's not my favorite thing either, but it's a thing. So I don't need to give a spoiler alert here, because there isn't really anything to spoil. But I'll say that these things happened: Carl tells Rick that he shouldn't be the leader no more, and Rick is like ORLY? Merle tells Hershel that the Governor is chaotic evil and so aggro. Milton (I could have SWORN his name was Donovan...)
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July 31, 1991
BaseballBaltimore Orioles -- Sent P Jeff Ballard (6-11, 5.34 ERA) and P Jeff Robinson (4-9, 5.18) to Class AAA Rochester. Designated P Paul Kilgus (0-2, 1 save, 5.08) for assignment. Called up P Stacy Jones (4-2, 7 saves, 2.36), P Mike Mussina (10-4, 2.87) and P Jim Poole (3-2, 9 saves, 2.79) from Rochester.Milwaukee Brewers -- Activated OF Robin Yount off the 15-day DL, where he was recovering from passing a kidney stone early in July. Placed P James Austin on the 15-day DL to make room for Yount.
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By Andrew Conrad, aconrad@tribune.com | December 3, 2012
Well THAT wasn't how the Dixon brothers reunion was supposed to go down! For a second, right after the Governor accused Merle of being a traitor in Sunday night's episode, I was very scared that ol' Merle was going to get killed off right then and there. Thank goodness they just left us with a cliffhanger of the two staring each other down in front of a bloodthirsty crowd of Woodburians. We'll have to wait until Feb. 10 for answers, and by then we'll be eating any Subway footlong sub we want for only $5. #FebruAny I hope that Merle and Daryl go back-to-back, Roman gladiator fighting style, and brawl their way out of there, maiming the Governor in the process.
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