I thought Aaron was the bottom. Aaron is cute and even if he's the top, Eric isn't really easy on the eyes. =\
Aside from "that gay scene" (may as well get used to hearing that for awhile), I thought this was a better episode than the previous two. It was more exciting and tense. It almost felt like it was the series finale, ending on a hope filled note. Especially hearing the children laughing in the background Although with 5 episodes left this season, I am sure there is plenty of time for that to change.
I agree with most of you. The progression hasn't really increased since last week, but I think we've learned that the best parts come towards the end, we just have to stick it out.
I loved tonights episode. Although I have to say I pretty much like just about every single episode because I feel that each one adds something to the overall story. I feel that with the introduction of Aaron, and of this community I feel that the show is heading in A whole new direction, and I am really eager to see what's next.
One woman chimed in about how her family gathered round with the little kids to watch the show but the gay making out scene was the end. Gay making out scene? Hell I've given a more passionate kiss to my Father then that little peck on the show. I wonder if that woman minded with Shane got his cock squeezed and fucked in the car?
I sort of watched the live chat through the east coast and west coast air time of the show. It was the same thing over and over.
Hate of Gays and why did they introduce that into the show. There wasn't this much hatred when the lesbo action occurred. Pretty much the people are morons as there are gay characters in the comic
After thinking about it though I realized that a large part of the audience has to be the Duck Dynasty sort of gun nut, survivalist, doomsday , bible thumping red necks sitting in it the trailer hoping the direct TV dish doesn't go out. This zombie shit is the sort of stuff they dream of as they build their end of the world fall out shelter.
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Yay!! that's awesome the more the better. I personally think that every season final or premiere should be 90 minutes. I think it would be great if from now on they have at least one episode out of the season be 90 minutes(well without the commercials it's probably about an hour long of actual episode)..... But regardless it's always wonderful when they give us A treat like this.
I get anxious for season finales because I love the characters so much and usually a main character dies
Whywhywhy are there so many stupid people in this world?
Gay kiss?....who cares?....theyre not fuckin you so shut up!
Watched it with your kids?....really?!?!....this is not a children's show!
I hope they are the first to be eaten when the zombie apocalypse does come
Aaron and his lover are gay. Big deal. Tara's a lesbo and was all smoochy with her gal pal (or was she?). Anyhow onto more important topics. The last two shows remind me of the "old" TWD's. The walkers are scary again, not just a menace. Character development is good and the pacing of the storyline is intense and surprising. Kudos to the writers. Looking forward to learning more about the Alexandria Safe Zone!
Bravo on the longer finale. I have always thought in past seasons it should have been longer. Although 2
hours would be better, 90 minutes is an improvement.
I'm thinking that their must be A great deal of plot details to get to in the season final so that's why they extended the final. I'm still waiting, and wondering when Morgan is gonna show up again, and how he's gonna tie in with everything. Maybe he will finally be reunited with Rick in the last episode be pretty cool Morgan is such A great character, and it would be an amazing reunion.
It's unreal how many homophobic bigots came out of the woodwork when the show added two gay characters. These people have no problem watching rape, murder, torture or cannibalism but a gay kiss is where they draw the line?! WTF?! There was even some parent who said he would stop watching because he watch it with his kids. And again I'm like WTF?! 1. you watch this clearly adult show with kids?! 2. gays characters is where you draw the line.. not cannibalism, murder, torture, rape.. all of that is ok for your kids to see, but not two men in a committed and loving relationship?! How do you spell HYPOCRITE?!
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I don't trust Aaron and Eric they are too cutesy lol. No honestly it's nice to see a normal functioning, loving relationship outside of Glen and Maggie. But honestly I'm like Rick can I trust them, can I hope it is OK? Anyone who read the comics please don't tell me lol want to learn as the show goes on.
"Flipping Dykes I though they were a myth like Weapons of Mass Destruction" Grace Adler.
Carol is hands down my favourite character.
Love how Darryl just guts a possum on the porch....he's my fave
Looks like the next episode is going to have Daryl and Aaron fighting zombies together, if any of the homophobes are still watching they're probably going to be royally pissed. Ross Marquand who plays Aaron is going to be on Talking Dead as well. This better not be "Freedom Ring" all over again, Kirkman.
I really liked last Sunday's episode. It felt so eerie and wrong, much like back on Hershel's farm and as such felt like TWD from seasons 1 and 2. The girl is right to practice getting over the walls; we all know someone or something is coming.
I also question the fortifications of Alexandria when the supports holding the walls up are on the OUTSIDE! Yah, it was designed by an architect alright, not an engineer (oops). The residents of Alexandria ARE weak. I don't even see evidence of anyone monitoring the walls like at Woodbury.
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But. . . Norman Reedus did say he would have no problem with it and he would "rock that story."
Tonight's episode with him hunting with Aaron did make me wish for what could have been. . .
I loved the scenes with Aaron from tonight's episode. Aaron is my favourite character now.
It is just awesome loved it..
Poor buttons.....I hated that part
Yikes! Scary Carol and Miss Sasha Fierce!
Trouble is definitely on the horizon and I don't think Deanna is as smart as she comes off or knows as much as she thinks she does! She should be asking more questions about what's really out there!
Why are the wall fortifications on the OUTSIDE of the fence? Ugh!
And where is Sasha going?????
Ugh. It would be nice to have more views on Alexandria and what you all think is going to happen next.
I would be willing to privately tell some people stuff that happens in the comics but you have to remember that the show does deviate from the plot of the comics sometimes. For example Daryl isn't in the comics at all, Aaron and Eric are but they're already WAY more interesting on the show. There's another gay character from the comics that's a badass guy that some people thought Daryl Dixon was supposed to be the show's version of, that's apparently how the "Daryl is gay" rumours began.
Carol rocks...love scary cookie lady Carol....
...and Daryl rocks along with her...the spaghetti scene was hilarious...and I love the bond he formed with Aaron....
Definitely my two favorite characters...
As for the homopbobes...LOLOLOLOL...what a load of crap. It almost pains me that we are even talking about them because it is acknowledging that we even give a fuck what they think...and they are lying anyway....
THIS IS WHY! I have been going to zap2it for years...and I watch the ratings...I used to be on their message board for years before they got hacked and shut it down but they still have their site up...
The Walking Dead Ratings for the past three weeks since the little fucktards said they weren't going to watch anymore....
These are the three latest episode ratings..AFTER the gay kiss....
2/28 13438 million
3/1 14430 million
3/8 14534 million
You see...every week it goes UP...not down. So much for the I'm not watching anymore bullshit... they are lying. They were probably so turned on they jacked off and set the alarm clock so they don't miss anything...but after they cum they have to talk crap so (gasp)...they aren't "really gay"....
Trust me...20 years behind the bar in a gay club...I met tons of these fucktards who confessed their "sins" to me...how they "used to be" gay bashers and haters...I wanted to punch them but I held my tongue....I just took a bath first chance I got...they made me feel dirty just being near them
The gay kiss is such a non issue for me. I am fine to see two gays, but it's not some pivotal moment either. Perhaps Tara will kiss a woman?!
So I see in the previews lots of zombies, Rick's crew running on pavement. I'm back to the point were I'm really interested in the show! Woohoo!
My theory is that the W carved is for Washington or another settlement that's name begins with a W. Didn't the hairdresser's son give Rick an A stamp of the settlement? So that got me thinking about there being another place. Remember people were exiled who is to say they didn't die and survive. They didn't fit in so they could be the big bad. That young girl I have a feeling is their plant.
Also Daryl and Aaron are good I still do not trust Aaron or Dianna. I think Aaron played Daryl with his outsider talk which BTW was a great scene but as stated Daryl can tell the difference between good and bad people I just think he was being played here. I hope I am wrong but this show has made me very untrusting LOL.
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"Flipping Dykes I though they were a myth like Weapons of Mass Destruction" Grace Adler.
So could Enid (Carl's crush) be an advanced scout or something? Yes, the "W" more than likely has something do to with those "Wolves" who pillaged that other settlement.
Does anyone know how to use spoiler tags?
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Wow, what an episode! So many aspects to discuss:
Yes, Noah, you better learn more about architecture because Deanna's husband has no idea what side the fortifications are supposed to be on. That said, R.I.P, Noah, but you did cause the death of Beth and Tyrese.
OMG Father Cuckoo. He wants them gone so he can live in his pretense where he didn't really lock his parishoners out of his church.
Scrare-ol, aka Carol. With all of the danger they face, she's getting involved (with Rick) in domestic disputes?
Does anyone else feel like this season is just starting? The entire hospital arc was a waste of time IMO and so was the episode devoted to Tyrese.
And finally why didn't Maggie yell out, "Father Gabriel, you are an ugly hypocrite." Deanna shouldn't be mulling his nonsense over in her head! Where are the conversations about the dangers outside, the fact that everyone is infected, etc, etc? Ugh!
No matter how much I try I can't figure out how to use the spoiler tags so from now on I will use white text for anything that is a spoiler from the comics, highlight it if you want to know what happens. But remember that sometimes the show deviates from what the comics did.
In the comics the leader of Alexandria was a man, a congressman named Douglass with a wife named Regina, they changed him to Deanna on the show and made her husband's name Reg. This is one of the weirder changes the show has made.
In the comics Rick confronts the wifebeater Pete and attacks him, when they fight Douglass, Michonne and others come to the scene to try to stop them. Rick pulls a stolen gun on Douglass and tells him he won't let him ruin Alexandria. Michonne literally smacks some sense into Rick-- with a rock. God I want to see that 'cause Rick is acting like an idiot. Later Pete murders Regina (he'll probably murder Deanna on the show) and Rick shoots him dead. Douglass then hands leadership of Alexandria to Rick. A group of evil people come to the gates of Alexandria fully armed and demand they surrender the community to them. Andrea (who is still alive in the comics) shoots him and Rick's people then kill the others.
I liked how this episode gave some rare airtime to almost every main character. The only ones missing were Carl and Sasha; Darryl just a cameo on his new bike. Some of the others finally got some attention they desperately needed. It was Jennifer Lynch's first time at directing this show. She did a great job combining the intense drama with gore and some light comedy, all factors that can make a perfect WD episode.