A zombie apocalypse will be awful, but if The Walking Dead has taught us anything, it’s that you need to make the best of a bad situation.
Things are quickly going sour for our favorite survivors in The Walking Dead, as Governor Pamela Milton is on the warpath after losing her son thanks to Lance Hornsby’s machinations. Pamela, looking for someone to blame and a means to galvanize support in her favor after nearly losing it all, has chosen to point the finger at Eugene Porter and anyone thought to be supporting him.
This means that Eugene, Daryl, Carol, and the rest of their friends in the Commonwealth they’ve gone from being on the bad side of Lance Hornsby and unhappy with the political state to becoming public enemy number one, with all of them now being monitored and interrogated like they were in the Soviet Union.
In light of this turn of events, several members of the group, including Eugene, have come to appreciate the good things they have in spite of their increasingly bad circumstances. That’s why, for this week’s The Walking Dead Survival Rule Of The Week, I’ve decided to focus on making the best of the situations the zombie apocalypse presents you with and appreciating what you have, but also recognizing that just because situations could be worse, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to improve them if you know that it’s possible.