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number8
02-07-2013, 07:24 PM
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Coming back this Sunday.

I didn't realize this season has 16 eps. I thought they were just going to air 5 episodes after the break. This makes the split a little less dumb, I guess.

Should we move S3 discussion posts from the other thread here?

MadMan
02-08-2013, 09:21 AM
I'll watch the episode aired before the break at some point. I think discussion should be moved here if only for Season 3 purposes. The old thread can still exist.

Ezee E
02-08-2013, 03:01 PM
Can't wait.

number8
02-11-2013, 03:49 AM
Andrea, your speech was terrible.

Glenn, damn, son.

Daryl, no.

Rick, oy.

MadMan
02-11-2013, 09:04 AM
Great episode. Loved how it started, too. I'm bummed that Daryl left however I wonder if that keeps being a thing or not. Rick going crazy was entertaining, although I'm wondering if they are running that into the ground.

Glenn's lost it too imo. He's not thinking clearly anymore. Oh and I want a gif of the Governor walking up, shooting that guy in the head, and then walking away. I feel horrible for laughing at that part...

Raiders
02-11-2013, 03:57 PM
Decent episode. Liked Glenn's anger and viciousness and the Governor is a really great character. Did not like Andrea's contribution to this episode and the ending with Rick's mental break was pretty laughable. I actually did like though Daryl's quandary and the dimension Merle adds to the group as a whole, even when he isn't there.

slqrick
02-11-2013, 09:14 PM
Andrea continues to be the worst. Its hard to buy in at all to her relationship with the Governer.

Dukefrukem
02-11-2013, 10:12 PM
That was the weakest fucking escape/opening scene I've ever seen. It was close to straight to DVD release bad.

MadMan
02-12-2013, 07:34 AM
That was the weakest fucking escape/opening scene I've ever seen. It was close to straight to DVD release bad.Nah. Besides you had that hilariously awesome moment where the Governor walks past a zombie and blows its brains out without even thinking twice.


Andrea continues to be the worst. Its hard to buy in at all to her relationship with the Governer.I wouldn't mind if she got killed off, honestly.

Dukefrukem
02-12-2013, 12:08 PM
I'm calling it; this is the season this show jumps the shark. That episode was really, really bad.

Raiders
02-12-2013, 02:10 PM
I'm calling it; this is the season this show jumps the shark. That episode was really, really bad.

If they continue down this path with the misplaced shock moments of Rick's slipping mental status, you may be right about that. Nonetheless, this episode was better than a good deal of the first season and the first half of season 2. I think the upcoming interplay with Rick and the Governor and with Tyreese will be enough to salvage regardless.

slqrick
02-12-2013, 02:15 PM
I thought making Rick go apeshit crazy in the middle of the group was just a really bad call, and made for an unintentionally funny scene more than anything. I thought it would be much stronger if he continued to outwardly keep things together and then break down on his own, and give that some build up when he eventually makes a bad decision for the group. It's annoying how they did it because in real circumstances, that dude would be put down, but you know inevitably the group will be all about him again.

Also, the Governor's character needs to improve, and in a hurry. There's no personality or menace at all. At first I was glad that he was on the show, but they've done nothing to make him a threat, other than say that he's a threat.

Dukefrukem
02-12-2013, 02:20 PM
I thought making Rick go apeshit crazy in the middle of the group was just a really bad call, and made for an unintentionally funny scene more than anything. I thought it would be much stronger if he continued to outwardly keep things together and then break down on his own, and give that some build up when he eventually makes a bad decision for the group. It's annoying how they did it because in real circumstances, that dude would be put down, but you know inevitably the group will be all about him again.


I agree. They're trying to build off the phone calls from the comic and it's not working. It's the first time the group has adamantly disagreed with Rick's decision and he's folding under the pressure of trying to do what's best for the group... so he snaps? That decision should come easy to him at that point if EVERYONE wants these people to join them and he's the only one struggling with that idea. In the comic, the crazy phone calls when on for issues and issues before someone noticed and Rick was still well composed in front of the group.

Dukefrukem
02-18-2013, 11:14 PM
Better episode.

number8
02-20-2013, 03:59 AM
BUT WHAT DID AXEL'S BROTHER DO THAT ONE TIME? I MUST KNOW.

number8
02-26-2013, 03:16 AM
That was a low key but good episode. Reminded me of an ep from the first half of of S2 where there's nothing to do but boil on the emotions. I know people hated that stuff but I enjoyed it, and I enjoyed this ep.

Dukefrukem
02-26-2013, 11:46 AM
Yeh that's about right 8. We also get to see Andrea get dumber by the episode.

Dukefrukem
03-04-2013, 02:03 AM
Best episode of the season

Ezee E
03-04-2013, 05:40 AM
Wow. I love the occasional stand-alone episode. This was amazing. Quite possibly the best episode since the pilot, as far as beginning to end.

Thirdmango
03-04-2013, 10:04 AM
Gotta agree. Fantastic episode.

Henry Gale
03-04-2013, 03:38 PM
I am impressed.

Both with this latest, hugely gratifying episode and the one before it almost managing to make Andrea the most interesting character. I mean, there's not a lot of competition there, but they really pushed her to the forefront of the conflict between groups in a morally murky way that the show doesn't currently have otherwise.

Also watched both yesterday (missed the previous one for Oscars) so after a bit of a post-break lull, I'm firmly back on board.

number8
03-05-2013, 02:51 AM
Glad I'm not alone. That was easily my favorite episode of the season. Even the bookends with the hitchhiker was perfect.

number8
03-05-2013, 03:18 AM
By the way, Scott M. Gimple wrote this episode. Between this and the excellent S2 episodes he wrote, I don't think the show will nosedive next season when he takes over as showrunner.

Ezee E
03-05-2013, 04:08 AM
Glad I'm not alone. That was easily my favorite episode of the season. Even the bookends with the hitchhiker was perfect.

The hitchhiker is kind of the icing on the cake for me really. To me at least, it shows that Rick and company are no better or less crazier then Malcolm. Desperate stranger pleading for help multiple times, only left on a road with multiple roamers...

I'm really liking the progression of the TV show as it separates from the comic. There's certainly ways to compare, but the TV show certainly knows how it can affect its audience in a way the comic wouldn't, and vice versa.

Raiders
03-05-2013, 12:57 PM
I almost got chills when Morgan pushed back on Carl for being "sorry" that he shot him. Haunting stuuff.

Looking at his resume, Gimple so far has been a remarkable writer for the show, all his episodes to-a-one balancing the human drama very well. Excited for his oversight next season.

number8
03-05-2013, 01:05 PM
Yeah, and he's writing the penultimate episode this season. Should be something devastating going down.

Henry Gale
03-05-2013, 03:17 PM
I wasn't surprised to find out Gimple was behind the Season 2 episode that was bookended with Shane driving past the lone walker in the distance. It's the most obvious parallel to "Clear", but between those sort of uniquely harrowing images and how much the recent episode owed to the incredible atmosphere and content of the pilot, I also can't help but be pretty confident that the show will be kept in good hands from here on out.

He also created Fillmore!

number8
03-05-2013, 03:23 PM
He also created Fillmore!

Best endorsement of his writing ability if I ever heard one.

Raiders
03-05-2013, 03:35 PM
He also apparently does improv comedy at the iO West. Fascinating dude.

number8
03-05-2013, 04:08 PM
They already said at the recent PaleyFest panel that the next season will reflect the tone of Gimple's episodes. Greg Nicotero said S4 will be less "run and gun" and go back to Darabont's initial atmosphere.

They're also going to use the first half to re-establish the walkers as the show's main danger, because the focus on the Governor as a villain this season has made it seem like they're a manageable threat, but apparently we're going to see just how untrue that is.

I would like the show to go back to being more character-driven like it was before S3. I just hope it won't be so cheesy and unfocused like that first season.

Ezee E
03-05-2013, 05:35 PM
Yeah, I've mostly forgotten about the whole first season.

Qrazy
03-06-2013, 03:30 AM
I thought the ep was average. All of the stuff between Micchone and Carl felt terribly strained and false to me. There was even a cut late in the ep when they're walking away from the bar that was abrupt to the point of amateurishness. Also the show's geography sucks. Where the entire show started is now just a quick car ride away? The 'crazy writing' on all the walls also seemed over the top and forced to me.

The ep was good only in so far as Lennie James is the shit. Love that guy and his post-apocalyptic resume.

Raiders
03-06-2013, 11:34 AM
I thought the ep was average.

Shocking.

Qrazy
03-06-2013, 03:40 PM
Shocking.

Sorry, we can't all gobble up mediocrity at the same level of intensity. ;)

number8
03-06-2013, 04:04 PM
Qrazy doesn't understand beautiful things.

http://i.imgur.com/Q4BUaBj.jpg

Dukefrukem
03-07-2013, 05:24 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9C6tE4Mblks&feature=player_embedded#!

Dukefrukem
03-11-2013, 02:18 AM
Decent filler episode. Fairly predictable.

Sxottlan
03-11-2013, 08:58 AM
Nice episode. Liked the parlay with everyone, especially between Daryl and Martinez. And by the way, Martinez is an artist with a baseball bat.

number8
03-19-2013, 03:13 AM
Wow, everything about the latest episode was awful. The ridiculousness of the Governor/Andrea slasher movie chase, with the whistling and stalking and the last-minute jump scare during a happy moment, the fact that they introduced Tyreese this season for fuck-all to do, and the completely unnecessary mystery-twist of who burned the zombies, and then that awful tracking shot with a bad song and the camera opening a door. Seriously what the fuck was that episode.

Raiders
03-19-2013, 01:15 PM
I actually liked the horror movie scene. They finally owned up to the fact that they have no real use for the Governer other than making him eeeeeeevilllllll... and it was pretty well staged and blocked. Also liked the Milton angle and the hinting at his past with the Governor, but it is all a little too late. Dallas Roberts has been so underutilized, partly I am guessing because his character is a new creation.

Tyreese is utterly useless though. I am guessing he will play a large part in the finale to set him up for a large role in season 4, but they could have had his introduction come much later.

And that last shot.... ugh. If they had tracked to her lifeless corpse, that would be one thing. But they played it like some huge reveal when it was a) unnecessary, b) overwrought and c) not a shock.

Yeah, mostly bad episode.

number8
03-19-2013, 03:29 PM
I actually liked the horror movie scene. They finally owned up to the fact that they have no real use for the Governer other than making him eeeeeeevilllllll... and it was pretty well staged and blocked.

You mean the part in the warehouse where she's hiding between crates? It's all right, if not extremely cliched, but the setup to it was nonsensical. I burst out laughing at the field chase. Why would you think that laying down in the middle of an empty field would hide you from someone who is on a hill? And then the honking as his jeep chases her around the field. It was hilarious.

There was also no explanation as to how the Governor was able to track Andrea to the abandoned warehouses after losing her in the woods, and how he knew which of the buildings she went in, or where in the vast prison surroundings she would approach from so that he could jump at her from the bushes before the prison people sees her. And how did he catch up to her without her hearing her jeep, anyway? Slasher movie rule, I guess: nothing makes any sound until it's right next to you.

number8
03-26-2013, 01:53 AM
Another great, soulful, dramatic episode written by Gimple.

I'm becoming more and more hopeful about the direction next season is taking.

Dukefrukem
03-26-2013, 02:27 AM
I echo 8's reaction on both episodes.

I'm furious they haven't found a use for Tyreese yet. He played such a pivotal role in the comics... and they are dragging this "revelation" out. Andrea should be the only dumbass not to see through the Governor's paper thin reasoning.

slqrick
03-26-2013, 03:39 AM
Another great, soulful, dramatic episode written by Gimple.

I'm becoming more and more hopeful about the direction next season is taking.

I kind of hated the first 25 minutes or so (ugh, Hershel's sermon), Rick was being an idiot as usual, and found it weird that Michonne would let her guard down around Merle of all people, but the scenes on the road with her were well done. The episode really kicked into high gear once he let her go. Really loved his assault on the Govnah's crew.

Dead & Messed Up
03-26-2013, 07:12 AM
That was a low key but good episode. Reminded me of an ep from the first half of of S2 where there's nothing to do but boil on the emotions. I know people hated that stuff but I enjoyed it, and I enjoyed this ep.

I'm slamming down Season 3 like shots right now, and this one was the first episode I've really loved since the pilot. It can't be coincidence that Lennie James is in it, but I think the main reason isn't just that the emotions boil here. There've been plenty of episodes that tried to boil the emotions, but this one crucially tells a full and complete story about an intriguing character. As a viewer, I learn about Morgan's past, his current state of mind, and his likely future, and it not only makes some morbid sense, but it's a truly sad story. With sadness that's earned instead of borrowed - unlike Lori's death/childbirth, which functions in the moment but ultimately feels like a cheap, writerly attempt to absolve seasons-long miscalculations.

Also, the prologue and epilogue with the hitchhiker is one of the most haunting images the show's yet produced.

Friends goading me to continue have been the main reason I've given the show another chance, but if the show were Rick and Mchonne and Carl crossing the country, getting these small, complete stories, I have a feeling I'd love the show much, much more than I do now.

number8
03-26-2013, 12:08 PM
Pretty sure I wrote that comment about the episode before the one you're talking about, the one where Andrea arrives at the prison.

Dead & Messed Up
03-26-2013, 05:38 PM
Pretty sure I wrote that comment about the episode before the one you're talking about, the one where Andrea arrives at the prison.

Oh.

Nvm.

Raiders
03-26-2013, 06:17 PM
but if the show were Rick and Mchonne and Carl crossing the country, getting these small, complete stories, I have a feeling I'd love the show much, much more than I do now.

Yes, this should really be a Kung Fu-styled series.

Dead & Messed Up
03-26-2013, 06:50 PM
Yes, this should really be a Kung Fu-styled series.

Kung Fu, A-Team, Incredible Hulk, Master Ninja. These are the classics The Walking Dead should follow.

number8
03-26-2013, 06:58 PM
Funny thing is, they were wandering around for 8 months and we just skipped over those stories.

Dead & Messed Up
03-27-2013, 03:03 AM
All caught up. Better than prior seasons, but it doesn't seem like they've escaped the series' overall shortcomings (the flat, declarative dialogue, the over-reliance on Convenience Zombies) so much as successfully outrun them.

I'm really ambivalent about how they handled the Governor. His switch from questionable sanity to whistling boogeyman in "Prey" was necessary, but kind of awkward. I feel like that transition should've been spurred by something more dramatic. Like, he should've switched after his daughter "died" and become more focused and steely.

Ezee E
03-27-2013, 03:32 AM
All caught up. Better than prior seasons, but it doesn't seem like they've escaped the series' overall shortcomings (the flat, declarative dialogue, the over-reliance on Convenience Zombies) so much as successfully outrun them.

I'm really ambivalent about how they handled the Governor. His switch from questionable sanity to whistling boogeyman in "Prey" was necessary, but kind of awkward. I feel like that transition should've been spurred by something more dramatic. Like, he should've switched after his daughter "died" and become more focused and steely.

He kind of did though, didn't he? I mean, it wasn't instant craze, but more or less swapped from 70% decent/30% cray, to the other way around.

Last episode was alright to me. Didn't really become effective until Michonne and Merle split. Hershel and Glen are a bore.

Shouldn't there be some type of psychological affect on Carl that we should see?

Dead & Messed Up
03-27-2013, 06:05 AM
He kind of did though, didn't he? I mean, it wasn't instant craze, but more or less swapped from 70% decent/30% cray, to the other way around.

Last episode was alright to me. Didn't really become effective until Michonne and Merle split. Hershel and Glen are a bore.

Shouldn't there be some type of psychological affect on Carl that we should see?

Did he? After his daughter dies (a daughter that, to be fair, he thought could be revived someday), and after the attack on Woodbury by Prison Team Alpha, he does things that are eminently sane...even reasonable, given the circumstances. For one, he orders a hit on Mchonne, the woman who killed his maybe-still-a-daughter, tried to kill him, and took his eye. Makes sense. For two, he secludes himself and says he's unfit to lead, and we actually see him in self-reflection (it's not a ruse). For three, his attack against the prison is a direct response to Prison Team Alpha killing six of his people and sending his city into a panic. It's outsized, but since it's retributive, it's hard to call the action crazy in any way.

If anything, he was more unstable before his daughter died, given his paranoid torture of Glenn and Maggie.

Then he suddenly gives over to his Alex DeLarge cheery-killer in "Prey," which seems to be a different kind of crazy entirely. One would think that past events would lead to a kind of tortured, self-rationalizing insanity, but instead, he's just happy as can be chasing Andrea through a slasher sequence.

On that note.

Andrea failing to check on whether or not the Governor actually died was this season's Lori reading the map while driving.

number8
03-27-2013, 12:52 PM
My favorite part was when Rick saw his wife appear as soon as he picked up an ethernet cable. Residual guilt over internet porn.

Dukefrukem
04-01-2013, 02:08 AM
Good but not great finale. Things that keep it from being great:

1. Where the fuck did the Governor go?
2. Michonne crying
3. Carl being a cock.
4. Tyrese not helping the cause and just kinda being there

number8
04-01-2013, 05:02 AM
Season finale? More like season set-up.

number8
04-01-2013, 05:23 AM
The whole Andrea part is just dumb. Holy shit, everybody sit on a chair and try to pick up pliers with your feet. It takes like 5 seconds. And it's a common criticism at this point, but yet another case of walkers being as strong as the plot needs them to be. Andrea fought off how many zombies while being pinned to a tree a couple of episodes ago? She couldn't knock Milton down on his ass a bit?

Gizmo
04-01-2013, 09:50 AM
Marathoned this season in the last two nights. Better than the first 2, but still overall meh. In fact, I think this season got weaker as it went on. That finale was pretty sad. Nothing really happened, no final shootout/showdown with the Governor, no cliff hanger because of the lack of showdown. Even the little war was completely pointless. I may tune in next season(s), but won't go out of my way to view them.

Raiders
04-01-2013, 12:38 PM
I actually really liked the way the Governor's storyline ended (well, I guess ended for now anyway). I liked the way the show undercut the expectations of some huge shootout (which happened and then kinda didn't) and final showdown and had the Governor ultimately implode and get rid of what has really been nagging him, which is the people he has been burdened with and the veneer of "normalcy" he had tried to maintain. It was a pretty disturbing moment I thought. They could have done better showing that he was driving away from this place rather than leaving everyone wondering where the hell he was.

The Andrea thing was so eyeroll-worthy that I pulled a muscle in my face. I knew they were going to draw that shit out to ridiculous lengths. I also think they should never have bothered adding a new character like Milton, and making him seem important to the overall scheme of things, and have him wind up so ineffectual and useless to the overall storyline, except to eliminate a character which needed to be gone anyway.

Dukefrukem
04-01-2013, 01:17 PM
The non-shoot-out was great. I loved the build when they were looking around the prison and were't finding anything. I agree with you there Raiders. I also LOVED the shit out of the Governor's rage when he gunned down everyone. But I thought it was a cop-out leaving the episode open and that was the last time we saw him on screen. We should have seen some kind of resolution.

slqrick
04-01-2013, 03:19 PM
Think I'm done with the show for now. The Governer was a huge misstep pretty much from the start, as much as I was hoping for him to be a legit presence on the show. Him turning on his people just felt like the last obvious route for him to go, and didn't do much for me...we already knew the dude was psychotic. It's hard for me to believe that the writers think there are fans out there who care at all for Andrea, and spending so much time with her in Woodbury this season was another awful call.

It's hard to care at all about any of these characters, really. My favorite character moment this season was probably Darryl with Merle, and that was only a few minutes. I might be feeling a little jaded because I know there was a lot of good stuff on this show this season, but it's just really frustrating to watch overall. I'll probably check in on the season premiere next season and then wait till it's over to see if it's worth marathoning.

number8
04-01-2013, 03:32 PM
The non-shoot-out was great. I loved the build when they were looking around the prison and were't finding anything. I agree with you there Raiders. I also LOVED the shit out of the Governor's rage when he gunned down everyone. But I thought it was a cop-out leaving the episode open and that was the last time we saw him on screen. We should have seen some kind of resolution.

I don't even think there should be some kind of resolution for the character per se. They want to keep David Morissey around for another season, fine, I've got nothing against him, but at least make it an obvious exit, like show him getting out of dodge or something. If they'd made it clear that him snapping was the character's big climax for the season, people wouldn't have that big of a problem with it. Instead, he just got into a car and drove off in the middle of the episode and not show up again. Don't they realize they strung the audience along unnecessarily that way?

Dukefrukem
04-01-2013, 03:59 PM
Exactly 8. At least when he does drive away the camera should focus on a sign that says "Hilltop" or something... SOMETHING.

Gizmo
04-01-2013, 06:53 PM
Yeah, I thought the 3 or 4 of them were going back to the prison for another attack, which probably would have been successful at that point with the majority of the "fighters" from the prison group away at Woodbury. The first wave of attackers turned around and fled and the prison family just stood around and celebrated. I was like "wtf are you doing, get ready for the next assault, dumbasses." That next assault never came.

Also, so apparently the zombies are just a mild annoyance? Most of this season they just kinda moped at the fence, letting characters come and go as they pleased. Well, except when they were needed for dramatic purposes.

I think that's what I don't like about the show. There's too much focus on people warring, and not people vs zombie threat. Why are people always fighting each other? Wouldn't you want as many able bodied people as possible around to help defend civilization, and start the process to trying to find a cure and rebuild the world? All we're getting is every time a new able bodied person shows up: "shit we better kill him, he's not one of us." Also, on that note, how am I to believe that after a year of this infestation that there are occasional worthless people going solo (guy in cabin, hitchhiker, etc.). How did these people survive so long on their own without becoming a kinda badass like Michonne or defending themselves like that guy from the first episode when they returned home (which happened to be just down the street?!).

This show really makes no logical sense. And that's outside of already suspending my disbelief of zombies and whatnot.

Acapelli
04-02-2013, 12:29 AM
There's too much focus on people warring, and not people vs zombie threat. Why are people always fighting each other? Wouldn't you want as many able bodied people as possible around to help defend civilization, and start the process to trying to find a cure and rebuild the world? All we're getting is every time a new able bodied person shows up: "shit we better kill him, he's not one of us."
i feel like this one of those things that doesn't really need any further explanation

number8
04-02-2013, 12:33 AM
i feel like this one of those things that doesn't really need any further explanation

Well, only if you're cynical about humanity. Maybe Gizmo is optimistic that strangers are inherently not going to rape you at night and take your food.

Dead & Messed Up
04-02-2013, 02:39 AM
I kinda admired the refusal to grant the audience a big, flashy, action-heavy climax, a more traditional tighten-and-snap in the way that Lost used to do so well, but I don't really think this worked to the show's advantage. Maybe because prior finales actually felt like climaxes to stories (the lab explosion, the farm burning down) that forced the show to switch course. Big things happen this time around, but "Welcome to the Tombs" felt more like a mid-season close than this season's actual mid-season close.

I am surprised that there's so much fan vitriol for Andrea. My problems with her are mostly relegated to stupid decisions that seemed forced upon her by the plot (esp. not double-checking that the Governor died), but I thought they gave her character more to work with this season, and the show seemed to genuinely share her perspective, given how it ended the season with Rick and the gang inviting the Woodburianites to the prison.

And yeah, the Governor needed a firmer close. It happened at a strange time in the episode, and it lacked any compensation in the way of character. He just...kinda goes...maybe.

Thirdmango
04-02-2013, 05:29 AM
And yeah, the Governor needed a firmer close. It happened at a strange time in the episode, and it lacked any compensation in the way of character. He just...kinda goes...maybe.

To me it was like what they did with Merle but not as finite. Where Merle could come back he was just tied to the roof. This is somewhat like that, he'll become a super thorn at some point.

I liked the finale probably more then everyone else, but then I've usually been on the wrong side for most of the show. :D

Scar
04-03-2013, 01:52 AM
The whole Andrea part is just dumb. Holy shit, everybody sit on a chair and try to pick up pliers with your feet. It takes like 5 seconds. And it's a common criticism at this point, but yet another case of walkers being as strong as the plot needs them to be. Andrea fought off how many zombies while being pinned to a tree a couple of episodes ago? She couldn't knock Milton down on his ass a bit?

Do it with a gun to your head while tied to a chair and see if it takes you five seconds.

Ezee E
04-03-2013, 06:03 AM
It was good for a season finale. For once, a season where we didn't get a cliffhanger. This is pretty tough to do for any TV series these days. THere's still plenty on the line, and no need for a, "Where's the Governor" shot to me. He's got some soldiers with him, and he'll surely be back. I just hope it's like in the comics where his surprise is a HUGE surprise.

A big misuse of Tyreese this season, but he's set up to be a defender of the people. I think with the violent paranoia of the original group and Tyreese's peaceful approach will hopefully lead to some great drama next year.

Andrea had to go. As mentioned, she just doesn't have the charisma for anyone to actually care about her character. Like Rick's wife, they at least gave her a good going out moment.

Dukefrukem
04-04-2013, 12:41 AM
http://thechive.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/walking-dead-mistakes-fails-1.jpg?w=500

More here. (http://thechive.com/2013/04/03/a-few-things-that-make-no-sense-about-the-walking-dead-33-photos/)

I like 10 and 13.

Scar
04-04-2013, 01:23 AM
Number thirteen just goes to show that not many people know how to make a silencer.

And, yes, a maglite is the perfect starting point.

Scar
04-04-2013, 02:50 AM
http://thechive.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/walking-dead-mistakes-fails-1.jpg?w=500

More here. (http://thechive.com/2013/04/03/a-few-things-that-make-no-sense-about-the-walking-dead-33-photos/)

I like 10 and 13.

Also, people look through scopes / gun sites with both eyes, if properly trained.

Scar
04-04-2013, 02:56 AM
If they would've used the following picture, it would be hard to argue the two eye method of aiming:

http://www.imfdb.org/images/thumb/5/56/TWDS3E10_20.jpg/800px-TWDS3E10_20.jpg

Gizmo
04-04-2013, 09:07 AM
heh, I thought this (http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/undeniable-proof-that-the-walking-dead-and-toy-story-have-th) was decent.

number8
04-04-2013, 06:50 PM
Damn.

http://www.villagevoice.com/2013-04-03/film/the-walking-dead-woman-problem/

Lucky
04-13-2013, 08:47 PM
Trying to avoid spoilers until I catch up, but I wish more episodes of this show had the same focus as "Clear".