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post #136 of 2026
So, yeah. Do you all think Sara Tancredi took it up the pooper or what?
post #137 of 2026
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Show still sucks, I hope they don't keep this shit sandwhich over Rubicon.

Provided that the shows are aired at different times of the year, what do you think?
post #138 of 2026
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Provided that the shows are aired at different times of the year, what do you think?

I think I read somewhere that they were thinking about not picking up Rubicon for a season 2, and if Walking Dead did better they were going to run with it.
post #139 of 2026
Was the zombie outbreak caused by something that happened at the CDC? The show is located in Atlanta. There are military vehicles all over the place. Maybe Atlanta is ground zero??? The military came to fight the initial outbreak, etc..

I don't think that is covered in the comic... but maybe it will be discussed in the show.
post #140 of 2026
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I think I read somewhere that they were thinking about not picking up Rubicon for a season 2, and if Walking Dead did better they were going to run with it.

Walking Dead has already been picked up for a second season.
post #141 of 2026
was picked up even before season began
post #142 of 2026
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I think I read somewhere that they were thinking about not picking up Rubicon for a season 2, and if Walking Dead did better they were going to run with it.

I don't why they'd have to choose between the two. Rubicon was aired at 9, Waking Dead at 10. Plus Rubicon aired along side Mad Men which was a Summer show. Waking dead makes sense in fall/winter (so would Rubicon actually).
post #143 of 2026
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Was the zombie outbreak caused by something that happened at the CDC? The show is located in Atlanta. There are military vehicles all over the place. Maybe Atlanta is ground zero??? The military came to fight the initial outbreak, etc..

I don't think that is covered in the comic... but maybe it will be discussed in the show.

Atlanta already looks like ground zero
post #144 of 2026
The episodes seem lifeless right now - the mixture of flat direction and too perky, too clean, too archetypal Americana ensemble cast makes me feel like I'm watching episodes of "Zombies vs. Walker, Texas Ranger."

Hopefully it'll get better in the second season like Breaking Bad.
post #145 of 2026
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I'm with TRINI here. I think there are a few major plot holes.

+1
post #146 of 2026
Not as good as the Mad Men recaps but still: http://www.bestweekever.tv/2010-11-1...amily-reunion/ Also glad to see that I'm not the only one seeing plotholes everywhere the way that little kid from Sixth Sense saw dead people.
post #147 of 2026
Has anyone noticed that the entire premise of Citizen Kane is impossible?
post #148 of 2026
Why didn't Merle cut through the long bolt which the cuffs were locked to? The cuffs are hardened steel and would be difficult to cut but the bolt should be easy.
post #149 of 2026
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Why didn't Merle cut through the long bolt which the cuffs were locked to? The cuffs are hardened steel and would be difficult to cut but the bolt should be easy.

Because then you couldn't have a dramatic ending and this:

post #150 of 2026
The fact that Grimes did not ask what happened to the world while he was in a coma is not really a plot hole. Whether he asks the question or not does nothing to advance or impede the storyline. Are we really wondering why a character didn't ask an obvious we probably would have asked. Hell, there are plenty of "why didn't they just do that" in numerous series. I don't think it constitutes a hole in the plot. It just means the writers dropped the ball on some dialogue. You want to talk MAJOR plot holes. How about Florida Evans remarrying Carl and moving away in the t.v. series Good Times? After some time off camera, Florida returns home WITHOUT Carl. No mention of divorce or the fact that she was remarried in the first place. That is a plot hole in my humble opinion. And just who was that mysterious man on the yacht that Mandy telephoned after the failed assassination attempt on President Palmer in season two of 24. And why the heck didn't he come back to finish the job in season 3? Plot hole. Just my 2 cents.
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