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Posted: Sunday, March 31, 2013 9:13:20 PM

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Who's your favourite and least favourite character?
Favorite: Darryl Least: Beth


Most memorable scene?
The DE sanitization of the Center of Disease Control

Scariest or most shocking moment?
Finding the governor brushing his walker daughters hair

Favourite season?
Season 2

The season ending was shocking because I didn't expect Andrea to die or get bitten. It was so nice of Rick and the others to bring in the citizens from woodbury but I think Carl needs more compassion because he has been too hard for too long and has forgotten how to be human. I am definitely eager for the next season in October
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W I think Carl needs more compassion because he has been too hard for too long and has forgotten how to be human.


I agree. He's getting more and more sketchy as the series continues. I hope they don't end up leading him down the path of becoming like a ruthless little junior governor type and totally abandoning his humanity. I haven't really 'trusted' his character since before he got shot and ended up on the farm.

Funny about Darryl - he's got quite the fanclub. I read that when Andrea accidentally shot him (grazing his ear) back in Season Two, the actress who played her started getting tons of 'death threats' from lunatic fans that obviously can't separate reality from fiction.

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I think the scene where Darryl has to stab Merle is one of the best. Merle finally does something decent & gets killed for it then Darryl has to finish the job because the Gov. intentionally left him as a zombie. That was intense. Carl is tough, but what he says to Rick after he shoots that boy makes sense. I don't think that kid was going to drop his rifle, I think he was going to shoot Carl. It's an awesome show.
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Different than the book/comic.....but a great show! I love it.
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I think the scene where Darryl has to stab Merle is one of the best. Merle finally does something decent & gets killed for it then Darryl has to finish the job because the Gov. intentionally left him as a zombie. That was intense.


i completely agree about time he redeemed himself. i have to watch this series online cause of the country situation, and have only watch this session but the way the characters are made to act is what got me addicted to this show...you see the good the bad the evil....so many layers to each.

The conclusion last night with Maggie and her separated bff/lost love Micheel (sorry if i misspelled her name) well.....complete tear jerker.

my newest :)
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I agree. He's getting more and more sketchy as the series continues. I hope they don't end up leading him down the path of becoming like a ruthless little junior governor type and totally abandoning his humanity. I haven't really 'trusted' his character since before he got shot and ended up on the farm.

Funny about Darryl - he's got quite the fanclub. I read that when Andrea accidentally shot him (grazing his ear) back in Season Two, the actress who played her started getting tons of 'death threats' from lunatic fans that obviously can't separate reality from fiction.


To your last post about the governor, from what I've rea about the book it ends a bit different but I don't think he'll be back. I assume he left dodge, he's not that stupid to go after a more skilled group with two men. I thought something else was gonna happen in the last episode but I was wrong.

As for Carl, Hershel said drop your gun, I'd listen to the old guy and drop it. instead he leaned out handing it. It looked like he was trying to get closer, I dont like it but Carl didn't do anything wrong, just playing it really safe. If you said drop the gun to the governor and he put it out in his hand and said take it with that look and smile of his; would you? No, I'd put him down. Carls losing the idea theres good in people. He dropped ricks badge at the end because he doesn't believe in giving everyone a fair chance. He's going down the do what you gotta do road, whether it's right or wrong. He was just looking out for the group in the way he thought was right, it doesn't make it right but it doesn't make him evil. There's not much room for interpretation in "drop you gun". I'd do the same thing as Carl, but I would have given that kid another warning though. I didn't notice him getting cynical until they found carols daughter in the barn.
If Carl goes down the only thing standing between Judith and a shotgun is the crippled old guy. I don't like those odds lol.
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To your last post about the governor, from what I've rea about the book it ends a bit different but I don't think he'll be back. I assume he left dodge, he's not that stupid to go after a more skilled group with two men. I thought something else was gonna happen in the last episode but I was wrong.

As for Carl, Hershel said drop your gun, I'd listen to the old guy and drop it. instead he leaned out handing it. It looked like he was trying to get closer, I dont like it but Carl didn't do anything wrong, just playing it really safe. If you said drop the gun to the governor and he put it out in his hand and said take it with that look and smile of his; would you? No, I'd put him down. Carls losing the idea theres good in people. He dropped ricks badge at the end because he doesn't believe in giving everyone a fair chance. He's going down the do what you gotta do road, whether it's right or wrong. He was just looking out for the group in the way he thought was right, it doesn't make it right but it doesn't make him evil. There's not much room for interpretation in "drop you gun". I'd do the same thing as Carl, but I would have given that kid another warning though. I didn't notice him getting cynical until they found carols daughter in the barn.
If Carl goes down the only thing standing between Judith and a shotgun is the crippled old guy. I don't like those odds lol.


I do think they left it purposely ambiguous with the young boy sort of trying to hand over the gun rather than just dropping it. Killing the boy wasn't that big a deal, considering he would have been gunned down by the governor anyway. And really - it's not that different than the scene where Rick left that poor backpacker begging for help on the side of the road who ended up becoming zombie road-kill a few hours later. I thought that was pretty cold too, on a similar level. But based on Carl's age and everything he's gone through, they need to keep an eye on him. I mean he's arguably suffered way more calamities than Rick based on having to put down both his mom and shane. Carl always seems to get lost in the shuffle somehow because he's trying to be all stoic about his emotions and losses.

I just feel like he acts a bit reckless sometimes (although this likely is also attributed to him being a kid in a hyper-grown-up environment). He was always disappearing at the farm (Lori always seemed to lose track of him). He played around with that prisoner teenager tied up in the barn, he took a gun and went off in the woods and taunted the walker that later broke out of the mud and killed Dale (he should have told someone about that) and that latest bit where he rushed off from Michonne to retrieve that photo from the tavern. Luckily she caught up to him and decided to help him out on what would have ended in disaster for him otherwise. He's a complicated kid and I can understand why, but I think he needs more guidance and attention because he could easily become more like Shane or the Governor in outlook.

Having said that - the Governor is a great 'evil character' so I can't see them abandoning him. He adds a certain enjoyable tension to the show. I haven't read the comics so I don't know his ultimate fate as a character, but I don't think they're following the blueprint with it that much anyway.

I'm still sad they killed off Andrea. She was such an interesting character. I don't know if they plan to develop Carol's character more next season, but she's always felt like dead weight to me. I would have much rather seen that character go than Andrea's.

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I do think they left it purposely ambiguous with the young boy sort of trying to hand over the gun rather than just dropping it. Killing the boy wasn't that big a deal, considering he would have been gunned down by the governor anyway. And really - it's not that different than the scene where Rick left that poor backpacker begging for help on the side of the road who ended up becoming zombie road-kill a few hours later. I thought that was pretty cold too, on a similar level. But based on Carl's age and everything he's gone through, they need to keep an eye on him. I mean he's arguably suffered way more calamities than Rick based on having to put down both his mom and shane. Carl always seems to get lost in the shuffle somehow because he's trying to be all stoic about his emotions and losses.

I just feel like he acts a bit reckless sometimes (although this likely is also attributed to him being a kid in a hyper-grown-up environment). He was always disappearing at the farm (Lori always seemed to lose track of him). He played around with that prisoner teenager tied up in the barn, he took a gun and went off in the woods and taunted the walker that later broke out of the mud and killed Dale (he should have told someone about that) and that latest bit where he rushed off from Michonne to retrieve that photo from the tavern. Luckily she caught up to him and decided to help him out on what would have ended in disaster for him otherwise. He's a complicated kid and I can understand why, but I think he needs more guidance and attention because he could easily become more like Shane or the Governor in outlook.

Having said that - the Governor is a great 'evil character' so I can't see them abandoning him. He adds a certain enjoyable tension to the show. I haven't read the comics so I don't know his ultimate fate as a character, but I don't think they're following the blueprint with it that much anyway.

I'm still sad they killed off Andrea. She was such an interesting character. I don't know if they plan to develop Carol's character more next season, but she's always felt like dead weight to me. I would have much rather seen that character go than Andrea's.


I had a reply but it got deleted after I typed the whole thing so I'm not gonna bother to type it again lol.
Here: http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/04/02/the-walking-dead-kirkman-talks-season-3-finale-teases-season-4

Confirms the governor will be in 4
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http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/04/06/gale-anne-hurd-the-walking-dead-interview-andreas-dead-the-governors-alive-expect-the-unexpected-in-season-4
Another interview if anyones interested

I think the most memorable scene is the first episode of the woman in the park or the fingers behind the barricaded hospital doors. from the last season the episode clear had some good shots, when they pass his burning spot at the end. Those are my most memorable scenes, my favorite character was doctor Edwin Jenner or the crazyfied version of Morgan
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Best scene of the series so far: When the little girl, Sophia, zombified came out of the barn and everyone who was so hardcore stared horrified and Rick had to finish the job. It was heartbreaking and character building.

Everyone is getting colder. Carl is super hardcore now, but not in an awesome way. I love the book, but they have been truly brilliant with the show. It's just different enough that readers don't know exactly whats next.

Fave character: Rick, of course. Least Fave: Andrea, she sucked until the last couple episodes and it was her bullheaded attitude that got her killed. She may have wanted to save people, but she also didn't want anyone thinking her to weak and would really push if she felt she was underestimated. GOT HER KILLED.

If it all came down to it and only one character could be left standing, who is it: Michonne. Cold blooded ninja of the zombie apocalypse.
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I love this show so much!My favorite charactor is Merle.He's so badass and sexy.My least favorite charactor is Beth,but then again someone has to babysit little ass kicker.
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Very disappointed by the season ending ...
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We LOVE The Walking Dead series! It's one of the best shows on tv (and I don't even like zombies!). Great storyline, characters are well-developed. We look forward to every episode. I'm not a horror fan AT ALL, but this series is different. You can get so engrossed in the story that you forget there even are zombies at times. My teenager was watching a marathon (before AMC was pulled on Dish) several months ago, and I happened to walk past the tv, got interested in the dialogue, and wound up watching the entire series up to that point. Been hooked ever since. It's that good.
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The Season 4 trailer looks good!



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Who's your favourite and least favourite character?
- Shane was my fav until they killed him!

Most memorable scene?
- Hmm there's loads but to pick one, it's probably where Merle was killed (again) by his brother. It was quite emotional.

Scariest or most shocking moment?
- None of it is really that shocking but it was a 'wow' moment when Dale got his stomach pushed in !

Favourite season?
- Season 2. Season 3 was strong to start but wnet downhill. Season 2 had such a great second half.
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How awesome is The Walking Dead?! It's like digital crack. The whole time, I'm constantly thinking, what would I do? I just love it.

My favourite character is Darryl. Gotta love those mountain folk when they're working for you.

Lori's the one I'd stab in the brain, even if there wasn't a zombie apocalypse. What a fucking mole!

My most memorable scene was when Shane and that guy from the farm were trapped in the school, and Shane shot him in the leg so he could get away. Such a cunt move.

The most shocking moment for me was probably when the Governor went bat shit crazy and shot his own people after the failed raid on the prison. It totally caught me off guard.

And my favourite season has to be Season 4. Just like the best episode is the next episode. I need it more than air!

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The Zombie Countdown Begins!

The new season starts on Sunday! :)






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Hope it's good. Season 3 had a disappointing ending.

Breaking Bad has been there for me in the meantime.
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I'm out of my mind excited!

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Hmmm. Was it just me, or was that a bit of a slow start to the season? Sure, it was good and everything, but I was hoping for a real barn burner.

I might have let my expectations run away with me a bit.

I had the feeling that bat shit crazy Irish bird was up to something, but to be honest, I wasn't expecting a walker in a sack. I would have liked to have seen that go a different way. What does everyone else think?

And how much of a muck do you think that kid who dropped in the shower is going to cause?

Ooo, I can't wait for next Monday...

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Hmmm. Was it just me, or was that a bit of a slow start to the season? Sure, it was good and everything, but I was hoping for a real barn burner.

I might have let my expectations run away with me a bit.

I had the feeling that bat shit crazy Irish bird was up to something, but to be honest, I wasn't expecting a walker in a sack. I would have liked to have seen that go a different way. What does everyone else think?

And how much of a muck do you think that kid who dropped in the shower is going to cause?

Ooo, I can't wait for next Monday...


I had the same immediate reaction to you and then was like wait - slow down - they did a great job of setting up all the storylines, threads and themes to come. They had to have a cohesive slow-burn start to things to establish the calm before the storm. I believe the writers treat every season the way a story/novel would be set up - this is just the beginning - laying down the groundwork. I appreciated the opener far more, once I stepped back from things and saw the big picture.

I have heard that episode-2 is HUGE though and that things get intense fast from there. I'm guessing a main character death might be in the works. That Harry Potter Walker is definitely going to get someone, especially given that it's night and everyone at the prison is asleep. I think the bigger issue is that before he turned, he coughed up the fucking plague all over their water system so people are going to get sick and looks like they'll be dropping pretty quickly as the fatality rate at first onset of illness looks like half a day max. Scary.

Re the Irish woman - I kind of liked her in the beginning, especially since they were introducing all these new cast members - I figured she would be one of them. Honestly, my immediate impression was - oh, if you cleaned her up, she'd be quite pretty as a new cast member... maybe a future love interest for Rick?... This is all about Rick showing how he's now becoming inclusive of newcomers and has gotten back in touch with his sense of humanity again... I liked her accent. And then she went crazy. Oh well. :(

I heard they are bringing in some major characters from the comic books this season as well (Abraham, some doctor, and few others I didn't recognize, since I haven't actually read the comics). Sounds like they're fleshing out the cast of key players. I hope this doesn't mean they're going to be killing off certain other characters though. I do think that Rick and Daryl are core to the show - everyone else is reasonably expendable - but damn, I hope the writers know better than to mess with the idea of losing either of those two.




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When Michonne tortures the Governor, including nailing his dick to a wooden plank, when Glenn gets brained by Negan, Carl shooting Shane through the throat.
Whoops, those all happen in the comics and are a bit ahead of the TV show.
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Yeah, you make a good point about the build up, Doll, as always. They really eased us out of last season's finale. They almost could have ended the series there. They certainly had a lot of work to do to rev up this season. That was evident in the slow burn this week too.

We're only just getting into it. Damn it! I'm gagging for some instant gratification.

Any thoughts on who's sabotaging the group? Surely it's one of the newcomers baiting the walkers by the fence line. Then again, I can't help but think Carol might have gone bat shit crazy enough to do something like that. I mean, the way she's fucking up those kids...

Then again, I think that little shit, Carl, is becoming enough of a psychopath to do something like that. Especially getting rid of the sick survivors in quarantine. I just don't trust him. Rick should have put him over his knee back in Season 1.

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love the show
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Season 4 is off to a good start !
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How good was last night's episode?

That was definitely The Walking Dead I've come to love. I was beside myself when they ploughed into that massive herd of walkers. That was real edge of the seat stuff there. I'm not holding out much hope for that big guy, but I really want him to miraculously get through it. He's charged up my favourites list so quickly, he better bloody stay there.

And how about Carol? I knew she'd snapped her biscuit. I can't wait to find out how much of a liability she's going to become before they do something about her.

On a bit of a tangent, I just found out today that the actor playing Rick is really British. He was the guy obsessed with Keira Nightley in Love Actually. I know it's stupid, but I have a lot more respect for his character now. It was certainly good to see him strap on a pair and lay into the big guy. I felt it was more of agenuine response than all the whining he's been doing lately.

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Wilful wrote:
How good was last night's episode?

That was definitely The Walking Dead I've come to love. I was beside myself when they ploughed into that massive herd of walkers. That was real edge of the seat stuff there. I'm not holding out much hope for that big guy, but I really want him to miraculously get through it. He's charged up my favourites list so quickly, he better bloody stay there.

And how about Carol? I knew she'd snapped her biscuit. I can't wait to find out how much of a liability she's going to become before they do something about her.

On a bit of a tangent, I just found out today that the actor playing Rick is really British. He was the guy obsessed with Keira Nightley in Love Actually. I know it's stupid, but I have a lot more respect for his character now. It was certainly good to see him strap on a pair and lay into the big guy. I felt it was more of agenuine response than all the whining he's been doing lately.


I love that they made Carol go off the rails. You could kind of see it coming with her Ginsu-Training School Program and general no-nonsense outlook this season. I sense her thinking will have been that she was protecting the children (and those kids that she swore to take care of when the Dad died) and she'll say that after seeing what happened that morning at the prison, she knew the prognosis was grim and she was doing what she had to do to protect the group and keep her word to that Dad about protecting his kids as though they were her own. She probably still carries some guilt about not doing enough to save Sophia. I mean personally - when I saw Sophia first run off into the woods being chased by walkers, I was surprised she remained on the road. First instinct for me would be to run off after her into the woods. I wouldn't care if it might seal my fate, I would not be cool with just moaning and groaning about it by the roadside. I wouldn't be able to take the passive approach in a situation like that.

I've seen some interviews with the actor that plays Rick and I was also initially shocked by his English accent. He does the American one so well - another testament to his acting abilities. I'm also happy to see him get out of this whole 'peaceful farmer' mentality. It was a good break for him though - his character probably needed that refresh - but now it's time to get back down to business. Kickass Rick is way more fun. :)

PS. They better not kill Glen! I do suspect Hershel's days are numbered though after his moving opus-like speech. It never bodes well for a character to be given screen time to summarize their outlook on the world order in such a way (ie. reminded me of Dale's speech before they killed him off).

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I've been waiting and watching it on netflix, the whole series at a time. I can never remember to watch during the week so miss shows and then it screws up the whole show, so I wait untill it's on Netflix then watch the whole series in one or two settings, Love it and don't know why I do, just different I guess, also do the same with breaking bad, a great show never thought I'd rut for a drug dealer. waiting for the last season to get on Netflix. 7.99 a month and I watch all my old movies too, as soon as college football is done, I'm going to cut dish back to the very basic's as 95.00 a month is too much, when most of it is pure garbage and I mean the news, what happened to news reporting, all I see is the fatass crooked people in Washington saying they didn't know what was happening, wish the walking dead would make a trip down there, and clean house ha ha lol.
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Wilful wrote:
How good was last night's episode?

That was definitely The Walking Dead I've come to love. I was beside myself when they ploughed into that massive herd of walkers. That was real edge of the seat stuff there. I'm not holding out much hope for that big guy, but I really want him to miraculously get through it. He's charged up my favourites list so quickly, he better bloody stay there.

And how about Carol? I knew she'd snapped her biscuit. I can't wait to find out how much of a liability she's going to become before they do something about her.

On a bit of a tangent, I just found out today that the actor playing Rick is really British. He was the guy obsessed with Keira Nightley in Love Actually. I know it's stupid, but I have a lot more respect for his character now. It was certainly good to see him strap on a pair and lay into the big guy. I felt it was more of agenuine response than all the whining he's been doing lately.



Lauren Cohen the woman who plays Maggie is British and also the man who plays Morgan is British.


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Oh yeah, I agree that it's good intentions from Tough Love Carol, but she's definitely out of control. They need to get that sorted quick smart.

I'm with you, Doll, if Sophia was my kid, I'd be straight into the bush after her too. But I do distinctly remember sitting there watching it a couple of seasons back, thinking they should just cut her loose and move on. Greater good and all that.

Case in point, I would have killed Merle on that roof in Atlanta in a heartbeat for being so reckless, firing his weapon and drawing in the walkers. It was such a destructive lack of discipline. I probably would have dropped Shane a lot sooner too. I don't know that I'd be passing Rick's 3 Question test. Nothing like a zombie apocalypse to give you an excuse to clean house.

And I don't know about Glen at the moment. I really liked him in the early seasons, back when he was a bit of fun. But for me, he's become too dark and moody for my liking. I'm sure the tea and/or the animal medicine will save him. He just better cheer the fuck up though. He's starting to harsh my mellow, man.

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