It’s no secret we here at Classic Dad love grilling. Maybe it’s because we’re dads. Maybe we just like cooked meat. Or maybe we spent years writing and joking about grilling so, one day, we could partner with The Home Depot to review the Traeger Eastwood 22, available exclusively at dad’s favorite home improvement store.
Warning: this article includes spoilers from the midseason finale of The Walking Dead (season 8). The Walking Dead is one of the most popular television series on cable, and it’s one of the most watched shows on television, period. The dystopian story has a few interesting characters, but it’s mostly popular for its mix of
Spoiler Alert. Yes, it’s a recap and review. So yes, there will be spoilers. Read at your own risk. After the two best episodes of the season, The Walking Dead took a step back with a pretty slow-paced episode that was a bit light on excitement, and a bit heavy on Rick being an idiot.
Spoiler Alert. Yes, it’s a recap and review. So yes, there will be spoilers. Read at your own risk. Finally. FINALLY. We got Negan. And even though Negan got away, which we all expected, using the basic zombie-evading tactic that SHOULD be used all the time but is NEVER used (the “slather self in zombie
Spoiler Alert. Yes, it’s a recap and review. So yes, there will be spoilers. Read at your own risk. Well, this week was yet another episode with no Negan in sight, but given the cliffhanger ending of last week, it’s not particularly surprising that we pretty much just focus on King Ezekiel and his survivors