Madison Redskin

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  1. Andrea, like Lori, Carl and dude who had his guts ripped out on the farm, is annoying. It's pretty amazing that I like a show that has so many unlikeable characters. ---------- Post added December-2nd-2012 at 09:36 PM ---------- And turdlet, aka Carl, needs a haircut. I don't know why it bothers me, but it does. ---------- Post added December-2nd-2012 at 09:41 PM ---------- Pretty intense episode.
  2. I know I'm in the minority, but I am growing tired of Michonne. I love the sword, but can't stand her facial expressions and lack of character depth.
  3. Boo. The acting in that phone scene was for ****.
  4. So why didn't they just try to patch up Hershel? They made clear in season 1 you don't need to die to turn.
  5. Meh, I'm still not convinced, but I don't expect it all to add up.
  6. They're all already infected. So why does a bite turn those already infected, but a leg hacking doesn't?
  7. That was a solid, if unspectacular, episode. I don't quite understand why Hersh didn't turn last week. How is the trauma of a zombie bite is sufficient to turn one into a Walker, but having your leg chopped off with an ax is not? I dislike Lori more and more. Finally, I want to see zombies dine on Carl like they're a bunch of fat camp escapees at Golden Corral.
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    I am in love with reporter Nora O'Donnell. Too bad she's married to the owner of Chef Geoff's.
  9. So did anyone catch this story? The zombie virus is out there and ready to mutate ...
  10. Pick6, if I ever come into $10+ million, that is going to be one of my first purchases.
  11. I could be wrong, but I thought Lori looked angry before Rick mentioned Carl. Lori also gave Shane the "I want to ****" eyes before she approached and apologized to him at the windmill, notwithstanding the fact that she knew he was unstable, wanted to kill Rick, and had killed Otis. It just doesn't add up. I have similar feelings about Rick's character. Rick was an indecisive and, at times, ineffective leader who looked to others for input and advice and, in just one episode, turned into a dictator. It seemed a little for strange for Rick to change so dramatically, although he did just kill his best frenemy and I suppose the virus could be affecting his personality. In any event, the last few episodes have been quite entertaining. Despite my criticisms of Shane's character, some of the writing, etc., it's still a very fun show. I can't wait for season 3. ---------- Post added March-19th-2012 at 06:03 AM ---------- I kind of feel the same way. The first thing I thought was, "Don't go all Matrixy/LOTR on me. Who is going to wear a cape? And a hood that obscures vision? And drag along two zombies who aren't muzzled?" But, I suppose I'll give the writers a few episodes to explain.
  12. Let me get this straight ... a few weeks ago Lori was practically telling Rick to wax Shane and now that he did so, she's livid? Okay. Sure.
  13. Leaving Rick in the hospital was understandable. Telling Lori he was dead, as opposed to the truth, was BS. And, yes, I despise Shane because he banged his friend's wife, tried to kill his best friend and partner in cold blood, shot a man and left him to be eaten by zombies, acts like a 5 year old with serious anger problems, is one dimensional, and the actor who plays him sucks. I wish the writers had Shane die at the hands of multiple midget or baby zombies, so his death would have been slow and painful.
  14. Shane told Lori that Rick was dead. Shane knew Rick was alive when he left, regardless of what he thought was likely to happen to Rick.