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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by 95yjinpa, Oct 16, 2011.
^ LOL, good point!
its just silly, people get bent out of shape about 'realistic' stuff in sci-fi movies and shows and its like 'what the crap are you talking about?!?!"
I haven't picked it back up since midseason. I'm, what, 3 episodes behind now?
I was just trying to rekindle this thread. Guess it worked. Why are you getting so worked up over some forum comments? SCI-FI = Science & Fiction so I expect minor scienctific traces, not just fiction, otherwise I'd watch only cause most of those boobs are fake.
Lori should die eventually. That b-itch is annoying.
Rick Grimes to Shane Walsh: “We need to use our knives more.”
Great episode last night, big surprise ending, at least for me.
I wonder how painful it must be to have your belly ripped open?
I do enjoy this show, was so glad when they finally offed Dale last night. Desperate times call for desperate measures and he wants to sit around the fire, holding hands, singing Cum-by-ya. Was a fitting end to his character too, strolling along in a field, in the middle of the night, rifle slung over his shoulder, tra la la la.
Comic spoiler below regarding Dale. Highlight to read.
In the comic, Dale gets bitten by a walker on the leg. They amputate in an effort to prevent the virus spreading and killing him. He lives long enough for a group of cannibals to find him and knock him out. He wakes at the sight of them eating and looks down to see his other leg is gone. He starts laughing hysterically yelling "tainted meat". That was a grizzly scene.
Dale was the group's moral compass. Now that he's gone, they are worse off.
Dale was also the most overly cautious character and he was really starting to tick me off. Now if they would just leave that stupid farm, the season would get a lot more exciting.
I believe that the season will end with them leaving the farm ( and hopefully finding the prison).
This isn't insider info. or anything like that. But I predict they'll spend the rest of the season on the farm, and only leave when it burns down during a huge attack. Let's face it, that farm represents the promise of comfort and normalcy. No one is leaving that farm unless they have to.
I liked when AMC only showed old movies. I couldn't care less about madmen or z0mbies.
I doubt we'll see the prison in the show, the writers said no governor. I think he was a bit much to be tv friendly.
Word is the Governor is cast for season 3. I have no doubt he will be a severely watered down version of the comic.
im not very happy
it was such a great end of the season (last two or three episodes) and now i have to wait so long to see what happens next.
Im watching 'talking dead' right now, they just mentioned a prison (the writers), plus the person with two Z's on a leash?
Man, Im just really wanting more episodes NOW
When does the next season start?
2 more minutes before it starts for me.
! Wish I was as good at predicting lottery numbers as I am season endings.
Then again, it was sort of obvious what needed to happen for them to move on from the farm. Though it would have been more exciting if it had been Randall's travel buddies who had shown up instead. Looks like we have to wait for season 3 before we meet up with them.
I am glad that the show's producers decided to pick up the pace. Still, without Shane, it's going to be tough to create that dramatic tension without introducing a new character or having one of the old ones go insane.