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Dancing_Doll
Posted: Monday, November 25, 2013 11:02:38 AM

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In last week's episode, I swear I was starting to buy the idea that the Governor was a changed man. This goes to show that my asshole-radar is still broken. He is still evil.

Great episode last night. When he whacked Martinez, that literally had to be one of the more shocking moments on the show. I totally did not see it coming at all!


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love love love this show!!!

that gov is one messed up man is he not...lol

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Doesn't do anything for me, saw one episode and have no desire to put myself through that boredom again.
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Dancing_Doll wrote:
In last week's episode, I swear I was starting to buy the idea that the Governor was a changed man. This goes to show that my asshole-radar is still broken. He is still evil.

Great episode last night. When he whacked Martinez, that literally had to be one of the more shocking moments on the show. I totally did not see it coming at all!


I can't believe Martinez didn't slot him when they found him in the ditch. Obviously we need a show, but still. If it was me, I would have killed him last season after he turned on the Woodbury crew after the failed raid on the prison. Or when he was just letting that walker burn in the fire. Any other time really.

It wasn't so much a surprise for me that the Governor whacked him, but rather how quickly he made his move. And then to just feed Martinez to the walkers like that. Man, what a cunt. To say nothing of the poor bastard in the lake.

The most shocking for me though was how the Governor just walked away after saving the little girl from the walker. No hug, no comfort, no nothing. I think that, more than anything, shows just how much of a psycho he is.

Are you guys getting a mid-season finale up there next week? It looks like they're going to leave us hanging over Christmas again.

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Posted: Wednesday, November 27, 2013 1:19:41 PM

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Wilful wrote:


I can't believe Martinez didn't slot him when they found him in the ditch. Obviously we need a show, but still. If it was me, I would have killed him last season after he turned on the Woodbury crew after the failed raid on the prison. Or when he was just letting that walker burn in the fire. Any other time really.

It wasn't so much a surprise for me that the Governor whacked him, but rather how quickly he made his move. And then to just feed Martinez to the walkers like that. Man, what a cunt. To say nothing of the poor bastard in the lake.

The most shocking for me though was how the Governor just walked away after saving the little girl from the walker. No hug, no comfort, no nothing. I think that, more than anything, shows just how much of a psycho he is.

Are you guys getting a mid-season finale up there next week? It looks like they're going to leave us hanging over Christmas again.


i know... I hate these 'mid-season' breaks. I'll bet at least one main character dies on the next episode. On the Talking Dead (the show after it) they said next week they will have a special 'surprise guest' from the W.D. cast. That usually means that their character just got killed off. Plus I know they'll want to leave things with a major hook to generate buzz for 2014.

I think the Gov knows that the little girl is just filling a role as substitute daughter. She's like a Penny 'patch' for him that enables his emotional fantasy-land. Same as the girl he's hooked up with. I think he's far removed from any real ability to feel genuine human emotions. It's kind of like he's dead inside and just going through the motions of this pre-fabricated script that enables him to function... otherwise he's in that bearded tragic wanderer mode. Being 'evil Gov' is probably comforting in a way - better to just be evil and direct everything outward than to feel the pain and loss. He's a very cool character though - very complex. He's fun to hate.


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Anybody reading the comics? Up to issue 116.





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Dancing_Doll wrote:


Who's your favourite and least favourite character?
Most memorable scene?
Scariest or most shocking moment?
Favourite season?

And if you have any general thoughts on the show, feel free to share... :)


favorite character: Daryl
least favorite: Carl
most memorable scene: there alot for me i love walking dead so i cant really say.
shocking moment: would have to be when rick made carol leave the group
favorite season all of them lol

im reading the comics and love them the show is just as good with afew changes from the comics but i love walking dead in general greatest show and comics ever
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This is my favorite TV show of all time i cant get enough of it. But the Governor he is one Bad ass psycho evil4
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I've had friends try to talk me into watching this; now I'm sorry I didn't. Wonderful love shown here for the quality.


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I adore this TV Show!
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Yes, Liz; I'm a comic guy from way back. I love them. also give a read to Locke & Key -- good writing and great art.
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Posted: Sunday, December 1, 2013 9:07:48 PM

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Omg. The mid-season finale was so traumatizing. Even though I was kind of expecting certain things - I was shaking like I was at the prison myself. I would absolutely suck in a Zombie Apocalypse.

My immediate thoughts:

- While I know it wasn't *really* about the prison - I feel like Rick could have made a more impassioned speech to win over the Governor's converts. They've known The Gov. for five seconds. Plus as soon as he showed up at their camp, their leaders immediately got killed. That should have clued people in that something might be 'off' about him. And certainly enough to make them question taking up arms for him. Maybe Rick could have played the "hey, this prison is infected with the plague" card to make them reconsider.
- Hershel - omg. I screamed. I cried. It was like killing off your grandpa or something. So upsetting. :(
- The Governor - I kind of was hoping for a more gruesome death because he so deserved it. I was not expecting his matter-of-fact way of handling the death of the Penny-replacement daughter. He really was so evil.
- Carol's renegade trained army children save the day for Tyrese - awesomeness.
- The bloody carseat felt like such a 'whatever' moment after all the stress of the action and character deaths preceding it.
- Nice touch with bringing things full circle by showing the final zombies wandering toward the prison and we get to see the zombiefied Irish girl that began the season.




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Dancing_Doll wrote:
Omg. The mid-season finale was so traumatizing. Even though I was kind of expecting certain things - I was shaking like I was at the prison myself. I would absolutely suck in a Zombie Apocalypse.

My immediate thoughts:

- While I know it wasn't *really* about the prison - I feel like Rick could have made a more impassioned speech to win over the Governor's converts. They've known The Gov. for five seconds. Plus as soon as he showed up at their camp, their leaders immediately got killed. That should have clued people in that something might be 'off' about him. And certainly enough to make them question taking up arms for him. Maybe Rick could have played the "hey, this prison is infected with the plague" card to make them reconsider.
- Hershel - omg. I screamed. I cried. It was like killing off your grandpa or something. So upsetting. :(
- The Governor - I kind of was hoping for a more gruesome death because he so deserved it. I was not expecting his matter-of-fact way of handling the death of the Penny-replacement daughter. He really was so evil.
- Carol's renegade trained army children save the day for Tyrese - awesomeness.
- The bloody carseat felt like such a 'whatever' moment after all the stress of the action and character deaths preceding it.
- Nice touch with bringing things full circle by showing the final zombies wandering toward the prison and we get to see the zombiefied Irish girl that began the season.



I agree with you, it was traumatizing. I especially hate that we have to wait until February.

Sadly I wasn't as shocked about Hershel dying because my friend sent me a texting saying Grandpa! Noooo! So I assumed he was killed.

I want to know who took the baby. I believe she is alive. My sister thinks Glen had gotten off the bus to get the baby.
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I agree with you, it was traumatizing. I especially hate that we have to wait until February.

Sadly I wasn't as shocked about Hershel dying because my friend sent me a texting saying Grandpa! Noooo! So I assumed he was killed.

I want to know who took the baby. I believe she is alive. My sister thinks Glen had gotten off the bus to get the baby.


Yeah, I was fully expecting Hershel to die based on his philosophical opus in recent episodes. They killed off Dale in the same way. As soon as a character starts prosthelytizing about life and the greater meanings of humanity, you know his number is up. It was still awful to watch though. Like beheading Santa Claus right before Christmas. Even worse was seeing him on Talking Dead and he was all teary-eyed and you can tell he was upset about leaving the show. Poor Hershel. :(

I agree - the Judith thing is technically up in the air. That was an awful lot of blood though. And in a concentrated location. It's hard to imagine what else could have filled that bucket seat. If they did kill off Judith, I can understand why they wanted to allude to it rather than actually show it. I mean... nobody wants to see that. Even avid horror-fans wouldn't be able to stomach it. Maybe there's a good reason though and somehow someone grabbed her in time and she's safe. So much happened in the second half of the show - it was like a roller coaster - hard to truly appreciate it all.




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Oh my God! I just finished watching. What the fuck?!

My blood is boiling. I can't believe how much of a psycho that Governor is. Excuse me, was. That was nowhere near enough a satisfying end for him. Although I do love that it was the nurse who finished him off.

As for the rest of those sheeple who just followed him into evil. Seriously, that's so disappointing. Sure, it's a zombie apocalypse and everything, but strap on a pair and have some integrity. If I was in their camp, I'd be smiling politely and getting the fuck out of there. You make a good point, Doll, new guy + dead leaders = very bad things.

Speaking of, do you think Rick did the right thing? I know his hand was forced when Hershel was murdered, but... My first thought was to invite everyone else but the Governor to join them. No way the forgive and forget routine was ever going to work. Give the others an out and isolate him. Convince them he's a psycho and take away their reason to fight.

Then I was thinking, fine, just give up the prison and leave. Live to fight another day and all that. Not that he could be trusted, but still. Fighting was always going to be a lose-lose situation.

Yeah, I don't know about the baby. That could go either way. If she is dead, they'll need an eye witness to confirm it when they all get back together. Oh, I can't believe we have to wait until February. That sucks ass! I know the high production values are taking a toll, but, man, I'm gagging for it!

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Wilful wrote:


Speaking of, do you think Rick did the right thing? I know his hand was forced when Hershel was murdered, but... My first thought was to invite everyone else but the Governor to join them. No way the forgive and forget routine was ever going to work. Give the others an out and isolate him. Convince them he's a psycho and take away their reason to fight.



I think he did at one point. I think toward the end of his speech, he was telling them that anyone that wanted to walk through the gates would be welcomed and become part of their group. I don't know why the sheep didn't go for it. I think that tard in the tank and the Gov (being the strongest males) seemed to just veto the idea before any of the softer types could really consider it. The Gov just went ahead and killed Hershel before anyone could wise up that this was the better option to take and they didn't owe him anything as a camp-newbie. I don't understand how the tard in the tank could devote himself to being the Gov's right hand henchman after he *murdered* his own brother. What an idiot.

They also should have considered what exactly they were fighting for after blowing giant holes into the prison and running down the walker-fences with the tank. So this is where you're fighting to live in safety? Uhmm... ok.. Not sure how they were thinking that was a smart move. It should have been more than apparent that it was just a grudge the Gov had against this group because once the fences are down and they blow down certain prison walls (plus ringing the dinner bell for walkers with all the noise) I don't understand how it would give them a secure place to live, even if they *did* manage to kill all of Rick's group. Faulty logic.

Wilful wrote:

Oh, I can't believe we have to wait until February. That sucks ass! I know the high production values are taking a toll, but, man, I'm gagging for it!


Agreed. I would actually be ok with a slower moving plot line if they could just make it a weekly show. They could always focus on quieter scenes and more character development. I would still watch. I hate the big breaks in between.

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Hey, if I can have a bit of a nerd moment, has anyone else noticed how it never seems to rain on the show?


Never noticed that, but you're right! Can't remember a rainy scene. Maybe it's to help prevent issues with the zombie make-up and prosthetics.


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I've had friends try to talk me into watching this; now I'm sorry I didn't. Wonderful love shown here for the quality.


Sometimes they do 'Walking Dead Marathons' leading up the beginning of a season. You can aways get the DVD set on Amazon or on Netflix or probably somewhere free online as well. It's very addictive. I actually think the first season was one of their best. I loved the pacing.


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im still in shock...i catch up with this show everytime i visit family....and the last show left me breathless.....i watched talking dead after and cried with maggie and hershal! the doctor was a great man who will sorely be missed he not only healed bodies but their minds to....unfortunately after all the shockers of last night he would have been needed even more.
im left with the shock of where in the hell is judith aka shitkicker....when the producer said "well there was alot of blood in the carrier!" i was like omgosh Rick will go nuts again! honestly will have trouble watching that show if they kill her off too
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I was really surprised that Rick mentioned nothing in his speech, about how the Governor brutally murdered all of his last group in anger, only that they took in some of the survivors, or did I not hear it properly?

I knew Hershel was dead from the moment there was that close up on the sword, and the blurred shot two mins later where you see his cut off head, I was crying and angry... I could of jumped through the screen and strangled the Governor myself (Absolutely fantastic acting from him to provoke so much hate, much like Joffrey in GoT)... Moving on.. His death wasn't anywhere near satisfying enough, would of prefered Michonne to have just cut his head off or something, but he's dead now so I'm happy about that thumbup

Carols girls shooting those two people to save Tyrese was oddly satisfying kekekegay

Daryl again showing why he soo dreamy by just being him, I was soo scared that the Walker was going to bite him, till it came back from adverts and he was using it as a meat shield :D

Now that they are all split up into 5 different groups, do you think the rest of the season will be them all surviving in their own and gradually finding eachother? Or will they find eachother again and be stuck back in the same problem as season 2 when it was sooo slow with them trying to find a safe place to live?

To me, this half of the season was the best Walking dead episodes since Season 1!
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I love The Walking Dead and haven't missed an episode, although I always watch from behind a cushion!! I was angry Hershel was killed off, but love Michonne. She's such a strong female character.

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lucybabee wrote:
"I was really surprised that Rick mentioned nothing in his speech, about how the Governor brutally murdered all of his last group in anger, only that they took in some of the survivors, or did I not hear it properly?"

Yeah, Rick's speech had some holes in it. He really needs to get himself off to Toastmasters. There's heaps more he could have said to win them over. But the Governor was going to snap his biscuit regardless, so it doesn't really matter. If it was me, I certainly would have tried to talk some reason into the group.

lucybabee wrote:
"Now that they are all split up into 5 different groups, do you think the rest of the season will be them all surviving in their own and gradually finding eachother? Or will they find eachother again and be stuck back in the same problem as season 2 when it was sooo slow with them trying to find a safe place to live?"

Hmm, good one. I think it'll be a combination of both. There's drama in the search for each other, and there's drama in the quest for a safe haven. My money's on some of them linking up quite quickly, but I think it'll take the rest of the season for them all to get together. There might be an opening for Carol to get back in with some of them though, which will certainly ratchet up the tension. And there's that rat baiter to deal with too.

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Gotta say, now that Herschel is dead, him being the conscience of the group much like Dale in Season 1 and 2, it would see that the moral compass if now going to be a little confusing. after all, Daryl is no innocent, Michonne has more issues than a politician and Rick is slowly getting closer to the edge. Without a conscience there, it is only a matter of time before things go from Bad to Worse for them.
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just shocked over everything

but my son said they are following the comic/book pretty close

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Wilful wrote:
lucybabee wrote:
"I was really surprised that Rick mentioned nothing in his speech, about how the Governor brutally murdered all of his last group in anger, only that they took in some of the survivors, or did I not hear it properly?"

Yeah, Rick's speech had some holes in it. He really needs to get himself off to Toastmasters. There's heaps more he could have said to win them over. But the Governor was going to snap his biscuit regardless, so it doesn't really matter. If it was me, I certainly would have tried to talk some reason into the group.

lucybabee wrote:
"Now that they are all split up into 5 different groups, do you think the rest of the season will be them all surviving in their own and gradually finding eachother? Or will they find eachother again and be stuck back in the same problem as season 2 when it was sooo slow with them trying to find a safe place to live?"

Hmm, good one. I think it'll be a combination of both. There's drama in the search for each other, and there's drama in the quest for a safe haven. My money's on some of them linking up quite quickly, but I think it'll take the rest of the season for them all to get together. There might be an opening for Carol to get back in with some of them though, which will certainly ratchet up the tension. And there's that rat baiter to deal with too.

I can't wait. I'm out of my mind!


I always assumed the rat-baiter is that little girl that Carol took over as a daughter-figure (can't remember her name). The one who wanted to act like the walkers were like 'pets' or still human in some way. It's possible she was trying to feed them like stray dogs because she'd humanized them in her mind.

Or maybe there's still a nutter in their midst.

I'm wondering what the major obstacle will be in this next season - like they had to overcome the walkers, then the governor, then the plague/flu. I haven't read the comics, but I read somewhere that there is some other group of survivors that become cannibals, called 'The Hunters' that factor into the comics? I'm wondering if they show up in the next season to become the new bad guys.



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Dancing_Doll wrote:


I always assumed the rat-baiter is that little girl that Carol took over as a daughter-figure (can't remember her name). The one who wanted to act like the walkers were like 'pets' or still human in some way. It's possible she was trying to feed them like stray dogs because she'd humanized them in her mind.

Or maybe there's still a nutter in their midst.

I'm wondering what the major obstacle will be in this next season - like they had to overcome the walkers, then the governor, then the plague/flu. I haven't read the comics, but I read somewhere that there is some other group of survivors that become cannibals, called 'The Hunters' that factor into the comics? I'm wondering if they show up in the next season to become the new bad guys.


Oh yeah that might be a point... With the rats, they still don't know who it is, I hope they don't leave that plot hole open

I haven't read the comics either, but like 'Wilful' said I think the rest of this season may be them finding eachother, finding the rat baiter... Also the woman that The Governor was sleeping with and her daughter may try and join the group, they were the only survivors, and she didn't answer Rick when he shouted at her, they may try and say they didn't know he was like that etc, which in fairness they didn't... I don't see any other reason why they wouldn't of killed off atleast the younger one if they didnt have plans to have her in future episodes

With "the Hunters"... I have heard something's about Cannibals, seems logical there would be some when the world has ended. If they are coming into the show, I honestly reckon that one of the current group will run into them, after getting split off or something and join them.. Like Anndria with the Governor

Who knows though, can't wait till It starts up again, felt so weird not watching it this week :/

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lucybabee wrote:

Also the woman that The Governor was sleeping with and her daughter may try and join the group, they were the only survivors, and she didn't answer Rick when he shouted at her, they may try and say they didn't know he was like that etc, which in fairness they didn't... I don't see any other reason why they wouldn't of killed off atleast the younger one if they didnt have plans to have her in future episodes




Yeah, I quite like the younger sister character that froze up when the Governor killed Hershel and started blowing stuff up. She seems like she has a solid moral compass and could be an interesting character. It's a shame though, that just as they'd established a proper lesbian couple, they kill off her curly-haired girlfriend one episode later. Hopefully Tara sticks it out and becomes part of the regular cast. I think since both sisters weren't involved in any violence against Rick's group, they would be able to find a place among them, assuming that group can still exist, given how fragmented it is now.




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My wife just gave me The Walking Dead Monopoly for Christmas this morning. I'm so excited, I feel like breakdancing! No prizes for guessing what we're going to be doing after lunch. I only hope she lets me be the bucket of body parts. I don't want to be Rick's hat.

This should hopefully hold me over until February.

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Man, that was a long couple of months!

I thought it was a pretty good return from the break. I would have liked to have seen how a few more of the others were getting along, but not bad considering.

I'm especially glad Carl had a bit of a light bulb moment because I don't know how much more arrogant teenager I could have put up with. I was actually hoping the walker would get a little more than his shoe. As long as it scared him straight though, I suppose.

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