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I a not a fan of any film or television show in which people in the midst of danger put up with kids who won't obay and adults more concerned with their sex lives then the fact that something wants to eat their faces off! Give me an ever loving break. When I was a kid, if I had acted like this when my family was in danger, my mother would have taught me a quick lesson in obedience and I would have learned very quickly.
And, if you have an affair with your husband best friend (cause you think he is dead), then your husband comes back (cause obviously he is not dead after all) then you move the heck on with your life and leave off bothering your ex lover! And, if the blonde chick wants to do herself in...by all means give her her gun back so we don't have to hear her whine any more! Please...I am begging you! People this stupid should never be allowed to live this long.
The zombies react to sight and sound, they distinguish food from smell, they do not track pray from smell alone.
Agree, the herd scene was HORRIBLE. These zombies do not move fast, and suddenly they are 100 feet behind them on a clear day? Dale was using binoculars looking both ways, wtf! "Hide under the cars" was even WORSE! They already established in episode 2, Guts, that zombies can SMELL and HEAR you. The cast did not get out of the RV at the road jam and display how overpoweringly bad of a smell it was there, so why would the zombies NOT smell them 3 feet away under cars? IT MAKES NO SENSE! Continuity Fail! BIG TIME!
They didn't just 'detour away from the main comic highway', they massacred it! What happens to Carl at the end, which leads to Rick going to Hershel's farm doesn't even happen for some time. There is stuff that happens before that. Like the introduction of a MAJOR CHARACTER, Tyreese!
Agree with poster Tyler above, this episode barely held my attention for more than 10 minutes. The best scene was Andrea and Dale's exchange which was showed in a promo for the season 2 premi
The season opener was a much anticipated event; for me, at least (not eveyone is into zombies). And it did not disappoint. I am a latecomer to the party and didn't even know about The Walking Dead until about a week ago (thank God for Comcast's OnDemand!).
I have been very impressed with the character developement and the plot developement. This is "must see" TV! Finally, a TV series for us weirdos that enjoy watching zombie flicks. But... PLEASE keep it real!! You've done such an outstanding job so far. I don't want this ruined the way so many other dramatic series do. These characters make choices and take actions that I can see myself possibly doing in the same situation.
I'm telling everyone. I love it!
It was alright, but honestly it was nothing like the first season, it had be wanting more ever minute, this episode barely kept my attention for more than 10 minutes.
Also where the hell did all those zombies come from? One minute theres nothing there and bam 50+ come out of nowhere.
God i hope it gets better.
I thought it was a pretty good episode, and I loved most of the scenes...(The exception being the soliloquies that scream "Let's tell the audience what we're thinking!!!" It's nice to see Carl do a little more, I agree with the reviewer. I don't think the reviewers read the comics though....It's a big deal to get Carl into it. He's a VERY big part of the comic story.
That said, we have a major issue to overcome with a continuing story dealing with a young person. Young persons don't stay young forever. This is the reason that Walt on that show 'Lost' suddenly disappeared and why we don't see awesome child actor Dakota Fanning in anything anymore.
I would like to see the Shane and Rick's wife secret outed soon, because it's a cheesy tv convention and always plays out the same...One person knows...then another, then the 'secret' collapses under the weight of itself. We see the first step in the collapse here, with Andrea finding out.
the scene with the three zombies sitt
I love Sci-Fi more than any other genre. HOWEVER - This is a SCI-FI Drama, which just catapulted my love to a higher level. The fact that this show is aesthetically pleasing makes me want to throw my hands up and cheer. But then the script, the moments.. I think we need a bad episode just to see the lol.. human quality...
I can handle much gore, but I looked away and focused on twitter while Daryl was gutting that zombie.
Andrea's scene though in the camper bathroom was intense and wickedly gross and awesome! I can't even imagine how in a script you can explain what is needed!! Bravo!!
Every few decades a Science Fiction show actually works on television. As of today, I can't see anyone topping this for a while.
And I screamed at the final scene. Wtf was that?!?!?
Superb episode!!! Loved it all!! I almost puked when Daryl was cutting up the zombie ewwwwwwiee!!! I think it had the perfect blend of emotions action gore suspense all of it.
Looking forward to the rest of the season.
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