Okay, “The Garbage-Pail Kids” threw the gang one Hell of a reception! I think that their party theme might have been a, “Children Of The Corn” meets “The Stepford Wives” mash-up! -They opened with a rather strange game of musical-chairs -Or perhaps they’d call it, “Ring around the Rosita!”
Tara sure can look scared! -Anyway...
They then meet the leader, (Jadis) who claims that she needs just about everything a gal could want, except for a hair stylist! (“The Garbage Pail Kids” may live in a junkyard, but for some reason they all seem to have some pretty good fashion sense! )-And one can’t help but dig their hep-lingo man!
-Then Rick gets to meet, “Winslow” the parties entertainment for the event! “Winslow” does a couple of magic tricks (For a walker he actually was pretty good!) but, he makes an early exit.
Rick will need a shower now more than ever! -Ending the party with a pout, Tara and Rosita spoil the festivities by being attention hogs... -Meanwhile up near the gates of the Kingdom, Cranky Carol tells the King to get off of her front lawn! ...but opens her door (And her heart!) to Daryl!
Later that evening, Carol & Daryl snuggle by the fireside in her new pad, and share their worst fears. (Well, MOST of their worst fears.) Daryl chickens out when it comes to telling Carol about Glenn and Abraham! (-He also forgets to tell Carol that some idiot from, "The Kingdom" wants to use her as bait!) OMG! We need to reactivate Carol! What’s up with that!? Later, Daryl confesses to Morgan that he’s a wimp and he decides to leave the Kingdom and return to The Hilltop!
That’s about it folks. Short and sweet like I said!
Last Edit: Feb 24, 2017 20:55:12 GMT by katholiday
-I honor the dead with Easter-eggs! Please view & comment on my living dead tribute, ”The Walker”! FREE ON YOUTUBE! www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EIsv6QmEHk We were sure to include Easter-egg's like, the space-probe and cement spade from the first NotLD film… Michonne's Katana can be seen hanging on the kitchen wall... As well as CORAL'S pudding on the kitchen counter! We even threw in a couple of vintage Mustangs!