Hello, my name is Julianne and I’m a Zombieholic.

(There’s a pause as the rest of the Zombieholics chant “Welcome Julianne.”)

There are zombies everywhere lately and trust me, I’m not complaining! I recently attended Horror-Rama in Toronto and definitely got my fill. From meeting Rob Sacchetto (finally!) and Brett Kelly, co-writer and director of My Fair Zombie, it was a great weekend!

Then on The Walking Dead that night, we learned what happened to Beth and got a glimpse at what might be coming down the pike for those at that hospital. I can’t wait for tonight’s episode, and while I admit I want to know more of what’s going on in the hospital, especially now that Carol is there as well, I’m excited to see how far the group gets on their trek to Washington.

But I have to ask—is it just me, or does anything else think that things are moving really quickly? I think I’ve been lulled into a set pace with season’s two, three, and the beginning of four, only see the ramp up in action. I’m not used to this AMC!! Don’t get me wrong, I’m truly not complaining—I love that we’re seeing more and exploring story lines fast and hard. But there’s a small part of me that’s finding my heart in my throat at times, thinking to myself ‘they didn’t just do that!‘, or screaming at my television ‘Holy Sh*t! That just happened!‘.

So I ask, how are the rest of you enjoying this season? Do you like the new pace? Or is it just me that’s finding things are moving along at a pace you’d think would occur after the end?

Leave your thoughts for me below—I’d love to hear them!