The Walking Dead > The Walking Dead Review: Tea with the Governor > Comments Page 2
The heads were freaky, but the alternative (from the comics) would've been much worse (didn't read the comics, but I read Rise of the Governor)...
Seems to me the soldiers dying is part of the price of Woodbury. That's why all these people have such a nice place to live. They kill survivors and take their stuff for themselves.
Merle seemed "tamed" and most of the Governor's crew seemed to resent his methods. He's going to end up alone at the wrong end of a sword methinks.
Sean...no..you are not the only one that thought the governor sounded like Liam Neeson! The minute he opened his mouth I thought the same thing!
Gostei do episódio, foi uma apresentação dos novos personagens muito boa, espero muito deles, mas não posso deixar de dizer que o Governador é "louco de pedra", coitado, espero que a história dele seja do tamanho de sua loucura. Agora, eu não concordo com o que foi dito da drad´s, ela é só precavida, depois de se manter viva todo esse tempo sozinha(ou pelo menos) eu também desconfiaria até da minha sombra zumbi, acredito que ela e o Rick vão ser os "pés no chão", aliás o Rick fez falta no episódio, adoro ele.
>.> It's strange you mention the graphic novel Governor then act all sad about Michonne, since she's pretty much like that in the comics, too.
To add ....... Cannot wait for Rick and Group to be brought into this little community........we already know two alpha males( don't forget Rick/Shane) don't get along.......
On another subject......how long do you guys think this show will last? Seriously, just how long can you fight off zombies and remain interesting? Do they ever figure out a cure? Will things ever get back to normal?
One last note........the head aquarium was just creepy........that's my main question.........WHY is the governor keeping that like that?
"Comic Spoilers" Do you REALLY expect them to follow the comics word for word????? That would make for a boring show. Personally I have not read the comics or the graphic novels, which I think has made the show that more great for me.
The focus seems to be on how this has changed EVERYONE. Well, don't you think if a REAL zombie take over happened and if you survived that it would change you?????????
The Governor killing the army men....while he just might have felt threatened by them I don't think that's the only reason. Did you not hear him say "You Die You Turn" ?...... seems to me that anyone that has survived is infected whether bitten or not. It's clear to me him and his Dr(Dallas Roberts) are experimenting on the zombies to figure out a cure. It's also clear to me the Governor has lost his family.
Michonne......I don't blame her for not trusting these people. Still too early to make an assessment of her character.
Meh, I don't get the hype from this episode since it was a bit boring for my taste. Also, it might be a little too soon to judge her but I'm already tired of Michonne's frowned face the WHOLE freaking time.
Another great episode....Michael Rooker is the master of potraying sleazy characters,so im delighted that Merle is back...Cant wait for him and Daryl to reunite,im sure it wont be very brotherly.
Ahhh The Governor...He's already more badass than Klaus (Vampire Diaries) ever was haha.And i agree with the reviewer in that i CANT wait for the showdown between him and Rick.
Random things i ponder
•Heads in fishtanks ?
•Michonne !! Master frowner ?
Sean, thank you! Makes much more sense. This heads were creepy and I get why he killed the other guy and not Andrea and her friend. (Still learning names, I'm new) I can't wait to see if Rick and his gang ever go to the new town. And was something in the tea or am I just going to deep into it?!
@Holyturtle - It is kinda true. I don't think anyone from The Governor's crew was even injured. I know the Governor brought the heavy firepower and I know the army guys weren't prepared for an attack, but still, it might have been nice to see them put up a little more of a fight, especially because they were military soliders.
Sean has it exactly. The governor does not want a bunch of hardened soldiers with their own weapons in his town. They aren't going to do anything he says and have the experience to kill the governer as his people, but he wanted the supplies.
On a side note, I was kinda annoyed at how easily the soldiers died. Even after there first guy died they just kinda stood there, not great tactics.
He killed them because he's clearly not right in the head. Plus more weapons, less mouths to feed. And military? probably would've wanted to take control from the Governor.
@Tiffany and olivianicoleee - I think that the reason he killed them all was because he didn't want to have to worry about a force that could take away his rule/power. They posed a threat to him, so it was easier to kill and take all their supplies then try and work it out. It's probably a lot easier to not worry about Andrea and Michonne, which is him underestimating them, and instead be more concerned about a group of trained military.
That or he's just psychotic.
That was my question too. What was the point of killing the military men?
Why would the governor take out everyone of those army men?!?
Why can't Lori always not be on this show? It will be difficult for me to watch next week's episode, knowing that she'll be back.
In the comics, Michonne really was a class-A bitch. People loved her because she had a katana and kicked ass, but really, she was an asshole, and she caused more problems then she solved. Now, much of this was because of what she needed to do to survive on her own.
She gets better.
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