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The Walking Dead - Season 2, Episode 11: Judge, Jury, ExecutionerWhen Rick and Shane agree on a pivotal decision, Dale begins to suspect a lack of humanity fostering among the group. Meanwhile, Carl's actions have an unexpected impact.
Actors of "The Walking Dead - Season 2"
Characters of "The Walking Dead - Season 2"
Creators of "The Walking Dead - Season 2"Frank DarabontBirthdate: 28 January 1959, Montbéliard, Doubs, France
Critic Reviews of "The Walking Dead - Season 2"Andy Greenwald GrantlandJuly 28, 2015
The screen went to black, but the bad taste lingered; once again our supposed heroes were portrayed as being both unprepared and unlikable. The producers and Rick are in for the same rough lesson, I fear: bad decision-making has real consequences.Mark Maurer Newark Star-LedgerJuly 28, 2015
"Judge, Jury and Executioner" was a talky episode done right - a nicely written morality tale aided by a deadline device.Morgan Jeffery Digital SpyJuly 28, 2015
Looking at the positive, 'Judge, Jury, Executioner' is without doubt DeMunn's finest hour - he delivers a highly emotive performance and, thanks to the actor's natural charm, he manages to lecture the other characters without seeming stuffy or superior.Alan Sepinwall HitFixJuly 28, 2015
Though I don't know if it all worked, it was still a step up from most of the earlier farm episodes.Eric Goldman IGN MoviesJuly 28, 2015
And here we are, a week after the excellent "18 Miles Out" aired, and we get the especially dull "Judge, Jury, Executioner." Even a notable character death at the end couldn't do much to save this one.Kevin Yeoman ScreenRantMay 01, 2015
Although much of the suspense for the rest of season 2 was lessened by a website faux pas earlier in the week, this episode will certainly have many fans talking about [it].Starlee Kine New York Magazine/VultureJuly 28, 2015
I were to meet the Walking Dead at a party, it would explain to me that those first 40 minutes were necessary in order for us to feel the true weight of Dale's... But at the same time, watching it felt like listening to your 2-year-old explain their day.Zack Handlen AV ClubJuly 28, 2015
Using Carl to both resolve the episode's plot, and making him semi-responsible for Dale's death, has a satisfying neatness, and serves as a reminder that for all their talk, Rick and the group have no idea what impact their choices will make.Aaron Rutkoff Wall Street JournalJuly 28, 2015
Dale enunciates today's Weighty Theme: "The world we knew is gone, but keeping our humanity - that's a choice." It's a speech he'll get to reprise ad nauseum in what still manages to be a tense and well-turned episode.Nate Rawlings TIME MagazineJuly 28, 2015
If TWD's producers got the memo about quicker pacing, they ignored it for last night's episode.
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