The Walking Dead 8×09 “Nightmare” Promo & Pictures

Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, Chandler Riggs as Carl Grimes, Danai Gurira as Michonne – The Walking Dead _ Season 8, Episode 9 – Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

The Walking Dead 8×09 “Nightmare” Promo & Pictures

The Walking Dead’s second half of season 8 kicks off this Sunday, February 25th at 9 p.m. EST on AMC.
“Nightmares” 8×09 Promo

 

 

TWD 808 Pictures

 

J. Ryan

Writer of stories. Watcher of TV. I love coffee, Stephen King and long periods of silence to drink coffee and read Stephen King. I watch a lot of T.V. (mostly Supernatural, Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, and Fringe, but I'm also a shameless Parks 'n Rec binge watcher) and nerd out about these and more on sites like FanFest & MoviePilot. #ConstantReader #XPhileForLife #TeamCarol

2 Comments:

  1. Brilliant pictures, Jen! Don’t want to look at the trailer, though…!!

  2. Yeah, what happens with Pokemon is clearly metamorphosis, not evolution. A caterpillar has all the same genes for making wings, legs, antennae, and so forth that a butterfly has, it”s just not using them at that particular point in its life. When it enters its chrysalis stage, those genes get switched on and start making those body parts. So we can thank Pokemon for further misleading kids about how evolution works. The writers of ST seem to think that organisms are destined to go down certain paths and evolve into some predetermined form. That would require all the genes of those later forms to already be in us, for our cells to be packed full of genetic information we”re not using yet, keeping it warm for future generations, as it were. The problem is genes that aren”t being used for anything have a tendency to mutate. Natural selection normally screens out such mutations, but it can”t “see genes that aren”t being used, so there”s nothing to stop them from mutating into meaningless garbage over the course of many generations.

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