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Oops sorry for the continuation, didn't see the word limit, perhaps I shouldn't ramble :-) Just wanted to add about Daryl that I thought there might have been a little more reaction from him at finding Carol's scarf seeing as they have been close for a long time even though he is very closed off. Perhaps we'll see more next episode, I don't believe Carol is dead, at least I hope not! I'll miss T-Dog he had a great calm, stoic, dependable presence it's a shame he couldn't have been subtly rewritten to bring him more to the forefront before losing him, but what a way to go.
Loved the whole episode Woodbury scenes were great too but this episode belonged to the prison.
I thought this episode was a cracker I suspected Lori might be killed in childbirth unlike in the comics and you could see that this attack would probably trigger labour but what a dramatic and perfectly acted episode! I loved the way Maggie couldn't form words when she and Carl emerged from the building, Carls stony shocked closed down expression and Rik's range of reactions were so realistic from his initial incredulous almost happily expectant - because he couldn't believe she was not with them - 'where is she', to his collapse. Oh and I don't think Lori cheated on Rick, as far as she new her husband was dead and she was thrown into extreme danger with her child, Shane was a strong person that she knew well, I'm sure it was a 'clinging together' in adversity type of thing, even though there were hints that Rick and Lori's marriage was not perfect before the disaster.
I know Daryl is very self contained and does not show emotion easily (love his character) but I thought there co
I will miss T-Dog. I met Irone Singleton at the Frightmare in Texas. A very nice guy. Last night's episode was gut wrenching. I cried like a baby. I couldn't sleep because of the damn show and couldn't keep it out of my mind tonight. Please, let them keep Daryl. Let the baby live to give this soul shattered group something to live for. The Governor is kinda sexy, but sick!!! Where is Carol? Who is the Governor's daughter? Michonne has some sense but Andrea is getting to trusting...where do they go from here?
I was shocked at T-Dog's death. I agree that it would have been better to kill Lori and the baby. Another burden for the group with Hershel on crutchs and T Dog gone frm the fighting force. Andrea is only looking to get laid. She's flirted with every guy whose come near her, even Merle! I hope Michone leaves her there. Who is the person who killed that deer?
I definitely did not see that one coming. Two main characters knocked off in one episode and so early in the season (no, I don't think Carol is dead and she will probably be the one who ends up takeing care of Lori's baby). Regarding Lori's demise, I have been one of her harshest critics - seeing her take up with another man so soon after she just accepted Shane's word that her husband was dead (at best, an assumption by Shane, at worse and more likely,a lie to make it easier for him to become Lori's new bed partner and Carl's new father), her questionable parenting skills, her whiny attitude and especially, her harsh reaction when Rick told her that he had killed Shane, knowing full well that she had set the stage for that to happen. But I was really moved by her final scene. As a parent of 3 myself (2 girls and a boy), I felt a lot of emotion when she spoke her last words to Carl. And then Rick's reaction when he learned Lori was such tragic moment, fictional or not. It was definitle
I'm on Direct so I don't know the details, however, I do know it is common for networks to haggle with satellite providers about money. More than likely AMC demanded more money which would mean DISH passing on a rate increase to the customers. AMC got the big head now with the hits like Walking Dead and Mad Men................remember earlier this year Viacom had a dispute with Direct??????
Great episode! I was not spoiled so I was shocked by Lori and T-Dog's deaths. T-Dog went out like a hero and Lori got to say goodbye to Carl and save her baby.
Lori suffered placental abruption i.e. placenta tore away from the uterine wall which is why she was bleeding. This condition is more likely to occur in women who had previous a c-section which is Carol was practicing on a zombie. Once a placental abruption occurred, Lori's death was certain without intensive medical care. She knew this which is why she begged Maggie to cut out the baby before it died also. She bled out and was probably dead shortly after Maggie made the cut and got the baby out.
Lori did NOT cheat on her husband. His best friend thought he died in the hospital...but told the wife Lori that Rick was dead.
After C section birth of baby...when did they cut the cord???
Twas sad indeed.
Can't wait until the next episode.
PS; DISH NETWORK had removed AMC from it's line up months ago, I and many others complained when Walking Dead Season 3 was about to begin. I don't know IF that is why AMC was restored by Dish Network, but AMC IT BACK. I have recorded the first three shows. and am actually all caught up with viewing, including week 4 last night.
Lori didnt ask carl to do it---she asked maggie--------carl said its my mom so maggie let him do it--------lori never wanted her son to do that
Unbelievable!! If this keeps up the cast in the prison will be only Rick!! No one is safe!! They need to take the prisoner in to add to thier numbers, the fighting capability is completely comprimised. T-Dog and Lori are gone, Hershal is on one leg, there is now a baby and poor Carl is really messed up, these folks need more bodies, more people for the walkers to feast upon.
I don’t feel that Lori cheated…she was lie too about her husband being dead. So in my opinion she didn’t cheat but moved on with the closest person to her at the time which was her husband’s best friend. Poor Carl, that kid is going to have some mental issues but with the way their world is it hopefully will make him stronger in the long run. As for Rick, to almost loose Hershel and losing his wife and so many others so close together is a big undertaking for anyone who feels responsible. I wonder how everyone will treat the baby…I wonder if the baby is immune to the virus that is changing everyone else…hummm. Anyhow, this show is getting better and better every time I watch it!
Since I never liked Lori her gone was ok. The death was written very well her having her baby but losing her life in the process fit with the bizarre reality they now live in. I like T-Dog and it's sad his character was killed. He was strong but silent and every show needs a few of those.
And yes, you DO need a new cover graphic. The only people in it who are alive are Rick, Carl and Glenn!
I can't wait to see someone push Rick's buttons now, especially since in reality, this all comes down on his shoulders. It was all caused by the guy he threw out to die in a way he would not have done 8 months ago. Lori and T Dog are dead as a result of that single action. Fantastic character development.
You think Lori would have said "my estranged husband can't do it, but sure, my 12 year old son can - no damage at ALL there.". SMH
Did Lori just die from the blood loss? I don't really get it - dying from C-Section, even in those circumstances, isn't the norm. Maybe Carol finds her? I don't think Carol is dead (to the commenter who asked why everyone keeps saying that, it was because when Rick and Darryl went back looking for them, they found her scarf, but not her).
Rick brought actual tears to my eyes at the end. So did Carl, actually.
I am a mom, and I don't honestly know if I COULD have the same universal "save the baby" mentality Lori did this time, not knowing A) if it was alive, B) if it was a zombie, and C) its chances of survival, especially without me and breastmilk. Interesting angle.
I can't wait to see someone push Rick's buttons now, especially since in reality, this all comes down on his shoulders. It was all caused by the guy he threw out in a wa
I think I tend to agree with Ganesha33 the most. Lori did irritate me - a LOT a LOT a LOT! - but this season she was coming into her element (they all were) and I was starting to appreciate her.
I knew about the comics but don't expect them to follow it to a "T" so this did shock me. I was equally shocked - then relieved, then worried again - that the baby was alive and not a zombie. When I saw the blood that's where I thought they were going. I say worried again because I see little chance of that baby surviving, so we are just going to have to watch her die a different way.
I hadn't even considered that maybe Carl didn't really shoot his Mom. Sure, plausible... but I doubt it. He has grown into a shockingly adaptable and - gasp - respectable character this season. I was pissed at Maggie though. If Lori said "It can't be Rick" about who kills her, why the hell did she think it was okay to let Carl do it?!?!?! You think Lori would have said "my estranged husband can
Gotta say i was more shocked by T-dogs death than Lori's..I just didn't expect it to happen in this episode.As usual i can't wait for the next episode!
I'm SO glad that Lori is FINALLY dead. Her whiney, wishy washiness was irritating. I was hoping she'd be offed when she crashed Maggie's car. She always had that annoying big eyed surprise look, no matter what the scene.
Carol is not dead, she's proving too useful to the group. I want Beth gone soon, before she starts singing again! I actually teared up when TDog was bitten, and he went out a hero.
I knew she was going to do soon due to reading the comics, but I was extremely surprised that it was this early. I found myself standing on my couch fist pumping the air. The baby is a girl and her name is Judy according to the comics
Also, I find myself not really blaming that convict. Rick left him for dead, who can blame him for reacting the way he dead?
Bad move on Rick's part? He should have killed him right in the start?
Andrew Lincoln, I worship and grovel at your feet, always...a stellar performance I will never forget and that's from someone who watches too many shows for it to be a healthy habit! I admit I found Lori irritating in the earlier seasons however she grew on me this season, she was one tough woman, and loyal in her own way - maybe not in the 'nuclear family' traditional way, something which seems to have upset a lot of viewers. Come on viewing public, it's a crazy world they live in, someoone cheating in the past shouldn't be an issue when you need all your energy to survive, take a deep breath and move past it...Sarah Wayne Callies gave Lori dignity and strength in her last moments and I for one am glad she did :)
OH YEAH, forgot to mention Carol.....don't know why they did her like that....she ran off somewhere into the tombs of the prison....I don't think she's dead.....also don't know why they killed off TDog.....only to be replaced by another guy.....
First to TVFANATIC.........PLEASE change the cover photo to something new.......several on the one you have ARE DEAD ........ HELLOOOOOOOOOOO
SUPERB acting by Andrew Lincoln in the final scenes....Rick was already in a dark place and now he is going to slip into an even darker one from the looks of it.
We DID NOT see Carl shoot Lori we only had the appearance of it, so it's entirely possible(but probably unlikely) that she is not dead. I, too, didn't think very highly of Lori but I don't get the utter disdain a lot here have for her.
Just what are they going to do with the baby? When it cries it will attract walkers. They have no milk or formula. Unfortunately I think the baby will end up on the casualty list.
I was thinking last night that Rick's group won't get with the governor's group until the finale.....but last night went so fast now I'm not so sure. Can't wait to see that play out!
All those getting freaked out by the killing off of main characters and by what Carl has been forced to do really need to read the graphic noels at some point. In the novels, Lori survives childbirth only to have her and the baby get shot down in cold blood. The series is dark, sure, but it is still not nearly as dark as the source material.
And Carol's not dead. Okay, she can't be dead. Daryl needs her when he faces Merle.
I also think Carl couldn't shoot Lori. But she has to be dead, if not dead-dead. This show isn't about happy endings.
Michonne's really growing on me. Hating Andrea more than ever. Perhaps with Lori gone, she can be the girl we all hate? For the comic readers, (this is a spoiler guys) remember how Michonne destroys the governor physically? I really hope Andrea doesn't get that part. That's Michonne's. It should remain hers.
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