I'm curious, you've obviously put a lot of time, thought and effort into the numerous inconsistencies that exist on The Walking Dead. But IMO these are small potatoes in comparison to the one's that exist in Star Trek. I could literally list hundreds of them but the two most recent one's that come to mind is how they use the transporter to solve numerous problems to include but not limited to de-aging and re-aging indiviudals but later forget they did that, when a similar plot problem arises. And of course the 100's of magical engineering solutions of the week only to be yet forgotten again when a like situation arises. And talk about plot problems, in Star Trek V [film] they travel to the center of the galaxy in a matter of hours yet it takes Voyager 75 years to go home? Oh and did you even see the film Star Trek Nemesis - talk about plot inconsistencies with earlier episodes 1. Data has an emergency transporter but in TNG they had armband transporters in several episodes. 2. The Remens - what the fuck? 3. Oh and the Remens are sensitive to light but apparently the Federation is short on light bulbs Gotta love, "gravity plating," that is only used one time in Enterprise to stop intruders when it could have been used like dozens of times before. My point is - and as others have pointed out - TWD is fiction. Well written and acted fiction IMO that runs circles around many TNG, DS9, and Enterprise episodes in terms of consistency problems. If you have so many consistency issues with TWD how possibly can you even tolerate a single Trek episode?