By now, you’ve probably heard of the show’s Emmy-nominated season four finale, “The House Hippo.”

It ended on a high note, as zombies were defeated, but it also served as a reminder that the show isn’t always the best place to watch a zombie apocalypse.

And that’s a bad thing.

There are times when the show needs to be more honest about its premise and how it is made.

The Walking Dead was always going to be about survival in a post-apocalyptic world.

But the show didn’t always have to be this way.

The zombie apocalypse, and the series’ ability to take the show to new places, is all about finding new ways to explore the themes of fear and loss.

In the finale, the show brought up a theme that many of us have already experienced: how we can overcome our fear and our limitations in life.

It was an idea that was already explored in the original Walking Dead, but the show used it to explore what it means to be human.

And while it wasn’t an easy topic to tackle in the first season, the second season proved that it could be.

In that second season, we also got to see a zombie walk into the town of Glen Rose.

While the show had been exploring its zombie theme before, it didn’t know how to pull it off.

It struggled with what to do with a group of zombies who seemed to want to take over the town, but didn’t want to die.

That was the first hint of what was to come, as the show slowly brought us closer to the characters who would become our protagonists.

We learned a lot about the show in season two.

We finally got to meet the new characters, and we learned more about how the zombies themselves work.

There were also hints about the future of the series.

In season three, the zombie threat was finally revealed.

The show had finally been able to explore a few more of the themes that we’d come to expect.

We saw a glimpse of the world that The Walking Zombie created, as we watched a zombie-infested town.

And in the finale of season four, the world was finally coming together again.

While this is a big year for the show, the last few episodes have shown us how much we’ve come to love it.

And, despite all the great stories the show has to offer, it’s also the perfect time to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

We’ll always be thankful for the amazing, long-running series, and I hope you’ll join us in celebrating the 10th Anniversary of The Walking Wilds.

If you want to see more The Walking West coverage, check out our archive of our favorite episodes of The Legend of the Walking Dead.

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