Miranda priest is back!
And she’s a zombie-killing, zombie-worshipping badass!
I guess this is going to be her life’s work.
I’ll admit, I’m not exactly a fan of this show, but it was refreshing to see a woman who was also a character get a proper role.
I know it’s a spoiler, but I still thought Miranda’s character was interesting and well-developed.
Miranda has been around for quite some time, so I figured she’d be able to adapt and grow, and she does just that.
She’s a badass and a badass mother, and that’s all I can ask for.
And, if I had to choose a favorite character, I would pick Miranda.
When I first watched the pilot, I didn’t think she’d make it through season two.
I knew it was a zombie show and a sci-fi series, but this was a different sort of show.
The first episode felt very much like a pilot, and I knew that when I watched the second episode, I’d be like, “What?
Is this going to last?”
It was so strange and so weird.
What made this show special was how Miranda was able to be so unique.
It was like watching a film where you’re just watching a bunch of people, but in the middle of it, they start talking about all these weird and wonderful things.
As an actor, I was surprised at how believable Miranda and her husband were.
They were not just characters, they were real people.
They cared about each other, they treated each other well, and they had a real life together.
I was also really impressed by how real the world they lived in was.
Miranda knew people, so she was able, in the beginning, to interact with them, but she also had real relationships with her husband and their children.
And she was so smart and very aware of her surroundings.
That’s what I was most excited about seeing on the show.
Miranas world is so realistic, and there are so many other places that you can go.
The show is filled with things that are not only real, but also completely realistic.
For me, the pilot episode was the best part of the whole series.
It felt like I was in a different world.
I felt like there was a real world that I was part of.
I thought Miranam was a true-to-life character, and the show really helped bring that world to life.
So, the finale, while not a spoiler for you, is definitely one of my favorite episodes of Miranda, for a couple reasons.
It’s a really good way to wrap things up and get to the next season.
The ending was a really powerful moment for Miranda because she was in her own way trapped.
She was trapped in a world that she did not understand.
She really had to fight her way out of it.
I loved seeing that.
Another reason I loved the finale is because it really showed Miranda getting over her past.
I remember watching the pilot and being so sad about how she was living, because I had seen so many of her past stories and I had no idea how she’d managed to overcome it.
She made it through and then she started being more open about her struggles.
After she made it out, I thought she was going to just move on and be happy and happy in her life.
And I’m glad she made that decision, because it gave me hope that she was actually a good person.
She wasn’t just trying to live her life like a zombie and be okay with it, because that would have been sad.
It would have made her sad and lonely.
And that’s what she has to do, and her family is going through something as well.
She has to make a decision and get on with her life and get back to the good things she did in the past.
It really brought me back to what she was like in the pilot.