In this latest episode while they have all the walking dead at the walls so to speak, why not just dowse them with gas and burn them up? I mean come
on the walls are made of steel? They act like they are trapped or something?
I think the foreshadowing of that crack in the wall is pretty self explanatory. How they don't form a group to continually check the wall for breaches
is beyond me. Sure, would take a while, but just some long spiking from the wall could continuously whittle the number down. I know he talks of the
return of the wolves, but with all of those walkers surrounding the town, I'd think that risk is a bit lower now....(they likely don't want to deal
with the walkers either).
I still think Glenn survived and is hiding under that dumpster. Just curious how long they'll have us hang before knowing. Did I miss how Rick got out
of the camper? Or are we to assume he just ran for it....?
Curious why Maggie hasn't taken on more of the community medical responsibility. I mean, I know she's also dealing with Glenn being uncertain, but
Was cool to see Morgan's backstory, though I still don't know what he hopes to gain by the captive Wolf.
I thought in this last epsiode we got to see the main driver of the Walking Dead and thats the Hook ups. I how does this hookup effect me and the
others around me that is what makes the story fun in the walking dead. Is some body else jealous can someone not deal with this fact and what do they
I was also going to question what in the world happen to Rosita. I wa s like did she die.? where is she? But her elittle conversation leads me to
believe that those two might have a little some thing something.
and i have figured it out why the story sometimes doesnt flow right. I think in the first half scoot gimple gets to have creative liberty and can
tell whatever story he wants as an example the Beth saga last season and before that the people getting sick in the prison. Notice how the story
seems to make sense and move and flow in the second half of the season.
Supposedly, Neagan is now cast (seems a good choice too), so I guess we'll see that storyline develop shortly. He's from the comics, but never read
them, so don't know too much about it, other than that he has a barbed wire bat and in the comics at least, kills Glenn. Of course, the show uses
material from the comics, but the story isn't always the same.
yeah the key word "for now" I am predicting right here that he dies in the 2016 season finale. I I have disagreed alot with how they do the show
but this is great having everyone think he is dead and now he is alive. only to be taken from you once gain in the most brutalist of fashoions.
They dragged out the Glenn thing for weeks and it ended up being a really cheap and lazily written way to inject tension into the series imo.
I think Darryl is going to die, partly because if they followed the comics it would cause a lot of people to just stop watching at this point and
partly because he's been pretty useless for most of this season.
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