Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Gotham Central, Jul 14, 2012.
Yeah, but I don't want her to smile at me like that.
That's kind of my expectation....
How about a French Captain with a British accent?
Jeez, you people. You act like Rick and his people are agents of the apocalypse and every place they try to settle down will be destroyed.
I'm sure Hershel would vouch for them as a stabilizing influence.
How about Jenner?
Perhaps Ed, Jim, and Amy???
I think just Rick is the harbinger of death. The hilltop group was doing just fine until they brought Rick back.
Even before that, the group searching for provisions was put in extreme danger by helping Rick.
I'm going to guess that Woodbury is going to fall on its own. The hubris on display there will very likely end up with them being destroyed, and not because of anything Rick does.
I think their settlement will be overrun by a zombie herd, and that will draw the remaining survivors toward the prison.
Daryl continues to be the most awesome character on this show. "Little Asskicker" is totally a great name.
It won the poll on the website during the episode
He's probably the most valuable member of the group in what he's able to bring to the table.
especially now that we know he can stop babies from crying.
I love Daryl; he's my favorite character.
My favorite character is Glenn, but frankly, I'd be much more comfortable with this group, if Daryl would have some confidence in himself & just be the leader. He's honest, he's fair, & he's much smarter than I think he credits himself. I get the feeling Carol would probably agree
I think that Rick's group is stronger than the Governor's group. The former group is more cohesive, more fluidic, and has greater endurance. The nature of this group lends itself to greater cooperation. Of the two, I say that Rick's group will out survive the Governor's group. From what little I understand of the comics, this is exactly what happened.
That was awesome!
I know some have mentioned the ambiguity of Lori's death, but I think she's dead. My friend thinks the phone ringing is just Rick's delusion and he'll hear Lori's voice again.
It seems like the Governor has his little brain trust, but I wonder how much the doctor and Merle etc actually know.
The preview for next week kinda made it seem like the two groups would converge, but perhaps that was just the way the preview was cut.
Daryl is so awesome, he just gets shit done.
Lori is dead. Dead in the comic. Dead on the show. Dead in interviews. Bloated walker gut full of Lori. End of story. Move on. Frankly, I'm gonna miss T-Dog more
That Walker was no where near bloated enough to have eaten all of Lori. And where were her bones? T-Dog had at least three Walkers chowing down on him and they still found his remains. My money is on Lori coming back as a Walker at this point.
I was thinking about this. Wouldn't it be kewl if they had faux funerals instead of a party that turned into a party for the dead cast characters?
There's nothing to show that the walker we saw was the only one who chowed down on Lori's corpse. Just that he would appear to have gotten the lion's share and was too full to stand up afterwards. As for where her bones went, well... I have no answer to that one.
She's probably hanging out with Mace Windu somewhere.
Agree, & likely continued to be dragged off & dismembered
If I recall correctly, at least one or two of T-Dog's dinner guests were gunned down whilst in mid-munch. Had that not happened, we might never have caught up in time to see any of his remains either
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