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    Re: The walking dead

    This is like the one show I watch religiously. I love me some zombies anyhow, but it's the great characters and how they deal with the situation that has me hooked.

    I'm soooooo bummed the this sunday is the season finale, the next season can't come fast enough.

    I have a feeling that the place they ended up in the last episode (I don't want to give anything away for anyone who hasn't seen it yet) is not the safe place that they're hoping it will be.

    STOP READING IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN IT YET!!





    The guy from the CDC is trying to find a cure, but he lost his last fresh sample. Where's he gonna get a new sample of fresh zombie? And he seems pretty unhinged. And probably doesn't have a lot of food or rations there. Whu-oh!

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    Re: The walking dead

    AMC is doing a marathon, full re-broadcast of all the episodes leading up to the new one at 10pm (whatever it's usual time is in your area).

    I have no life so I'll probably watch.

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    I cannot wait until season 2 and double the episodes.

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    Re: The walking dead

    So, I've finished the first season, and if you haven't you probably don't want to read what I'm going to write.

    While I enjoyed the series, I do lament the fact that it was so short. There feels like a ton of 'loose ends' which weren't tied up by the finale...

    Now, some would argue that that's a good thing. That like life, not everything gets resolved, so it adds a bit of realism to it...

    But I think the show might have made a major mistake in tonight's finale...

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    And that was letting the principal cast survive.

    I know what you're thinking, that that sounds crazy...But it would make a great deal of sense.

    Rick found his family, the survivors found safety for a time, and the world keeps moving forward...But how long are we going to follow these characters?

    Don't get me wrong, I quite like the characters they've presented us, but perhaps it would be better for the show to branch out. By trapping and killing the entire principal cast in the CDC, season 2 could have expanded on some of the lose ends.

    Season 2 could have followed Morgan and his son; or we could have returned to the 'gang' set up in the nursing home; hell, we could have even had an episode or two of Merle, the one handed redneck...

    I think the show is amazing, but they had a great chance to wrap up season 1 and tell a different story in season 2, and I think (for now) that they should have taken the out they built into the story and ran with it.

    Of course, if season 2 expands on the current characters and deepens them in unexpected way, I might change my tune...

    I'm sorry to have kept you waiting, but I'm afraid my walk has become rather sillier recently...

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    I think that it would be disappointing to had them all die in that building, but some of those characters are needed for Season 2. Merle needs to get his revenge on all the characters who left him on that roof meaning T-Dog and Rick.

    I was very angry to have Jacqui stay behind but I think that she had no developing story to continue on with since she lost Jim. I could see that she cared a lot about Jim on the show and that after he was bit and left to turn into a zombie that it was very hard for her to go on cause for all she knew she could see Jim as a zombie later on and just be such an emotional wreck.

    I'm glad that Andrea went with Dale but I'm surprised that Dale didn't ask Jacqui if that's what she really wanted to do by staying behind. I just hope Season 2 is longer and has more episodes than Season 1.

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    Re: The walking dead

    I like the show but the last episode was the weakest. Didn't tell us anything we didn't already know. I know there won't be any answers. I don't think we ever find out what spread to cause this. I would have liked to see more people eaten at the end, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedragon4 View Post
    I like the show but the last episode was the weakest. Didn't tell us anything we didn't already know. I know there won't be any answers. I don't think we ever find out what spread to cause this. I would have liked to see more people eaten at the end, lol.
    I agree. There really was no point to the CDC other than it was a indoor set that cost less money to make then taking every thing to a mobile outdoors set where you are dependent on weather and daylight for filming ($$$$).

    In fact it was all filler.

    There was only one important thing, and that was very important. Came up at 25 minutes into the show. The fact that perhaps the zombies are not dead but some form of unknown virus/bacteria that destroys all functions not related to basic survival. This would explain how a zombie could function without becoming a decayed mess within a short time.

    I'm also getting tired of the "We are low or out of gas", Gimme a break they are in the major urban/metro center of Atlanta where vehicles of all sorts and sizes are sitting everywhere. I mean you can't go 5 miles in Georgia anywhere without finding a half dozen Ford F-250's even in the deepest woods.
    The same with gun shops, and hunting/fishing stores..............

    Sure fuel & guns may be running low because of the big blow out with humans and zombies but that should be the priority, .

    There has to be fuel, ammo, & guns around. They would do well to stock up like in the remake of Dawn of the Dead, even hitting the Atlanta Police Headquarters.

    By the way it might be a good time to learn how to fire up one of those many dozens of abandon Abrams tanks sitting at the CDC or in the middle of the street.
    And try firing up a military HUMVEE over using a jeep wrangler with the top off.
    What are these people thinking??? Gee lets travel in a 1985 Jeep Cherokee over the HUMMERS?

    13 episodes next season?

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    When I saw the finale, and it said it will blow up when it runs out of fuel, I said "How will you blow up without fuel?

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    Re: The walking dead

    Quote Originally Posted by Bored19 View Post
    When I saw the finale, and it said it will blow up when it runs out of fuel, I said "How will you blow up without fuel?
    The last episode did leave a lot to be desired like I said above. I also agree there are cars EVERYWHERE filled with gasoline and better cars to take that are safer. The sad part is all those hot male models out there aimlessly walking around. Question: would you nab a hottie, duct tape his mouth and hands (no biting, scratching) and do him every which way? lol

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    Re: The walking dead

    I'm absolutely loving this series!

    It's fascinating how in only a matter of weeks human society, i.e. the survivors, reorganizes itself into the tribal model.

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    Re: The walking dead

    Robert Kirkman, one of the writers on TWD was asked in an EW.com interview what Jenner whispered to Rick. He said:


    "I don’t want to give anything away! Look, it could have been just like, “Hey, watch out for those zombies out there, dude!” But it wasn’t. It’ll probably be revealed in season two, what he said. And it’s pretty monumental."

    Thanks. Very Helpful.

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    Re: The walking dead

    I can't seem to find the old Walking Dead thread...


    but anyone else excited for tonight?

    I need someone to cuddle with me while we watch the premiere of season two
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    Re: The walking dead

    the season premiere was pretty good, there were somethings that didnt make sense (mostly in that scene where everyone was hiding under the cars), but beyond that it felt really slow. although i guess its just building up for the rest of the season. being that Shane didnt die like he did in the comic, if makes me wonder how that is going to change the story line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drugstore Cowboy View Post
    the season premiere was pretty good, there were somethings that didnt make sense
    something bugged me too, in season one when they are stuck in the city they understand that the zombies can smell fresh flesh meters away but in the premiere they just walked by ... >_<

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    I'm loving the show, despite the stuff that makes you shake your head in wonder.

    What happened to the little girl is what I want to know.

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    Disappointed by the season opener. Started good but stalled out. After the zombie crawl down the interstate the story crapped out and the next hour of the 1-1/2 hr show went nowhere. No plot development, nothing. Just looking for a little girl lost in the woods. That time should have been briefly covered and they should have moved on. Rather it was with the deer and the result of that or what. They just took to much film time searching for the girl. I mean they could have indicated in 30 seconds of dialog that they spent 24 or 48 hrs looking for the girl but, blah..........

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    Well what irked me the whole show was the fact the woman see the zombie go after her child and she stayed under the car. Anybody, no matter what, would have took off from under the car to help her kid BUT then where would the show go for the next hour. Also, how did the zombies just "show up" all of a sudden with them using binoculars to keep an eye on things. Still enjoyed the show though.

    On the perverted side, nice crotch shots of, not Rick, his ex partner, as they were walking thru the woods.

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    Re: The walking dead

    Am I the only one that is getting bored with the whole premise?

    I feel that zombies had their moment in 2010, but realistically we're approaching 2012 and I'm kind of over it.

    Don't get me wrong - I did get some enjoyment out of season 1.

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    No, I am not bored with zombies. Or more to the point, bored with this show.

    I've never been a big fan of the whole zombie genre itself, so I'm not watching or reading anything other than this show. No burn out factor.

    And since TWD is still turning out good stories (for the most part), I'm still here waiting to see what's next.

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    Re: The walking dead

    I got around to watching it the other night...yawn.

    Still poor writing, acting...

    I was hoping fo more.

    The make-up is truly, for me, frightening. The visual effects almost turn my stomach, but, without a good script...story...fluid motion...

    NAY

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    I enjoyed the opener. Interested to see the new characters.

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    I agree with some others here where the first half was better than the last half in the opener. The story got silly. How could that girl get lost in such a short distance from the highway? If she was that dumb and couldn't find her way back, she would be better off getting devoured by zombies.

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    Re: The walking dead

    just started watching this series and like what I see. Let's hope that continues.

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    Re: The walking dead

    The Zombies should have been able to smell them especially since that guy was bleeding all over. The zombies did move a bit quicker in this episode. I am a bit distracted by the blonds botoxed up face. She can barely make a expression. There must be a zombie doctor she has hidden someplace no one knows about. I didn't love this episode like I did the first 5 episodes of season 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiff View Post
    I agree with some others here where the first half was better than the last half in the opener. The story got silly. How could that girl get lost in such a short distance from the highway? If she was that dumb and couldn't find her way back, she would be better off getting devoured by zombies.
    I say that they all get taken out. Child actors are the worst.

    I wasn't very excited after watching the first episode of the new season either. Hopefully it gets better. I've only read some of the comics. I know where they're going now and if they stick to the comic it should be pretty good.

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    Re: The walking dead

    Okay so maybe it's merely a fantasy on my part, but during last night's episode, did anyone else feel like Rick and Shane should just start making out already?

    There was a scene where Shane wipes blood off Rick's face, and a scene where they were talking at kissing level, hands around each others heads, where I just thought: I want to see these dudes get it on!

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    yea i noticed how shane and rick were with each other on last nights episode lol. for a minute i thought they we're gonna make out or something, lol. but overall i feel like the show is going TOOO slow. its kinda starting to frustrate me.

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    It is way too slow. I'd rather see development of the others and their pasts instead of Rick's annoying cheating wife. She's the worst on the show.

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    Yeah i've been noticing after reading some of the graphic novels that a whole episode may only account for 5-7 pages in the book.

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    Re: The walking dead

    Last night's episode was just ok. Only really exciting part was about the last 30 seconds.

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    Re: The walking dead

    yea and i have a feeling that the only exciting part of the next episode with be the first 30 seconds

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedragon4 View Post
    I would like to see them apply some actual science to zombies like this. How long could the dead walk b4 these things wiped them out? 1 year, 5 years, 10 years? longer?
    But thats why zombie movies are not really horror movies. Because if all other on life remains such as plants, living humans, bugs then the dead cannot last that long no matter how they try they decompose & fall apart. The chemistry of the earth has not changed or other things would die and this doesn't happen.
    Even in cold they would rot, in the heat they would just fall apart and stink
    Flies lay maggots , which would de-flesh the carrion in less than a hot humid Atlanta day in them and if there are deer there are dogs running wild and coyotes and they would have a field day on the stench and a decaying muscle on a zombie still moving would be no match for a hungry pit bull mutts running free.
    It would take a while because billions of people don't all die at once but you could ride it out and hopefully avoid other infections from the decay and bacteria that would be worse then the zombies.

    Dead things just don't look the same if they are truly dead for very long. Plus there need to be some bloated up gas filled zombies which happens to dead things they inflate and seep pus. You hit a gas bag zombie with a gun and it will look like a water balloon blimp blowing up.
    Dust to dust....

    The real threat and fear will start after the zombies are all dead and the human safety net is gone and its road warrior time where 21st century people are back like cave men as everything is used up or not working.
    The humans left are worse creatures of the night then the walking dead. Don't believe it ask someone who saw Hitler in action or Bin Laden.

    Romero's movies both good and bad are about us, we are the walking dead and more scary then any zombie will ever be.

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    Oh yes even if they were still alive with such wounds it would not stop flies from laying maggots in the compromised flesh of any zombie, millions of flies even on a living animal with a bad wound will be covered in maggots after a day or two. It is likely those insects that would quickly end the zombie invasion.

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    Re: The walking dead

    i like the show, but what i thought of last night was that this story has been told before. the zombies could just as easliy have been indians and this story could have been set in the old west. the ending esp reminded me of that. 2 soldiers trapped behind enemy lines with the indians, nazis,communists- what have you closing in.

    i have not read the graphic novels but heard the raves- so i hope the stories start going in that direction and not down the same path as a hundred other tv shows have.

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    Re: The walking dead

    I want Shane to love me in my butt. He is so delicious.

    Yeah, that lost girl is lucky I am not in their group. If it was me, I will be like "bitch, I ain't gonna look for your dumb ass daughter. She's a walking zombie appetizer. Start this shit ass RV and let's go already!"

    I wish they just abandon search and leave. I want more zombies.

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    Where the hell is that girl?

    Kind of a slow episode.

    It was interesting that while technically unspoken, the whole "the black person in these types of situations usually ends up dead" aspect of the story was acknowledged by T-Dog.

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    Re: The walking dead

    Liking the season so far, but its still slow as HELL. The scene where they were hiding under the cars was cool but it was wayy more exciting during the season 2 preview. I want to know if they were ever bring back the black man and his son and Merle. I haven't read the comics so I should add that to my To-Do list. I still think Rick's wife is a bitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram View Post
    I want Shane to love me in my butt. He is so delicious.

    Yeah, that lost girl is lucky I am not in their group. If it was me, I will be like "bitch, I ain't gonna look for your dumb ass daughter. She's a walking zombie appetizer. Start this shit ass RV and let's go already!"

    I wish they just abandon search and leave. I want more zombies.

    HAHAHA! I feel the same way. I'd get the hell out of Dodge!

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    most interesting thing about this episode was the charming old country farm house interiors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    p.s. Aw, Rick and Shane:

    KISS KISS KISS!


    I want to be in the middle of that :/
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    When I first saw ^^ that scene, I was like, "Oh my God! Is Shane going to kiss him?!?" I was so excited! I say shoot the sheriff and leave me the deputy! I want him!!!

    I like this season... but it does seem to be a lot slower then the past one. Everyone I watch it with is hating the females characters this season (I watch the show every Sunday with two gay guys, my sister, and three girl friends). It would be nice to see a strong female lead, not a frantic crying mother, a suicidal "life is over" chick, and a sidekick. Where's the Ripley, Sarah Connor, or Buffy woman? Girls kick ass, let's see that!

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    Was I the only one that felt the steaminess twice in tonight's episode?
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    Dang...already a gif of shane.

    NICE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    ^ No, I went from being totally outraged at what went down with Otis...To swooning over Shane's shirtlessness and shaved head. (Dunno about any other steaminess but that was hot omg).

    This was the strongest episode of the season so far. I loved that the characters had some downtime to discuss things. Maggie & Glenn <3. Lori and Rick's conversation about children growing up in a zombie infested world was very touching.

    I really can't stand that child actor who plays Carl tho. He's terrible. Can they recast that kid, please? Ugh.

    ps. I'll just leave this here:


    Have not seen the episode yet (Will tomorrow morning) hesitated to come into this thread.... But now I know why I did

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    Quite the dick move by Shane. Attempted Rape wasn't enough? Now he adds murder to the list.

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    I don't really blame Shane too much. I might have done the same thing, especially since this was a total stranger. Besides, if the zombies had got both of them, they wouldn't have made it back with the supplies needed to save the boy's life.

    And honestly, when they first showed Shane coming back to the house without Otis but didn't show how the zombies got him, the first thought that popped into my head was that Shane sacrificed him to get away. Then when they showed it I was like, "OMFG!!! I knew it!!"

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    I'll just say a couple of things about the new season: the budget has definitely been cut, and you can see it doesn't have that grande apocalyptic feeling to it that it had last season. Also, the zombies look less scary and more human like than last season.

    However, I can forget all that with all the bromantic moments this season. And wow.. Shane.. I definitely didn't see that coming! Overall a good start to the season, but I still liked season 1 more.
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    The season is moving slow. But they now have 12 episodes in a season instead of just 6. But this season is no where near as good as the first season. I agree that the wife is a bitch and Carl is a annoying kid. Someone needs to get bit soon.

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    The storylines are dragging out too slowly. The lost girl plot is boring as fuck. Aside from the surprise at the end of the last episode, this season has been forgetful so far.

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