The Walking Dead is a great show. Whether or not you want to admit it has had a few missteps in storylines through its first 91 episodes, though, is up to you.
The AMC series hooked fans with its breathtaking and intense zombie action. Right off the bat, Rick Grimes was coming to grips with the fact that people were turning into zombies and we had to watch him shoot a reanimated girl in the face. To follow it up, we found his best friend was sleeping with his wife and no one on the show was safe as walkers were lurking around every corner.
The following five seasons, however, had their peaks and valleys. Moments of intense build up were sometimes squashed with slow moving plots and storylines which may have otherwise been entertaining were drawn out across too many episodes.
Although not a storyline, the Glenn fake-out death in Season 6 earns an honorable mention. We're going to dub it as more of a "moment" than storyline, though. Plus, it paid off in only three episodes and got everybody talking. Most of our "worst moments" list take half of a season to be resolved.
On the following slides, we take a look at the five worst storylines The Walking Dead has offered in its 6.5 seasons to date.