Hizzaw - Carol getting things done. Hope in the next episode its not some big drama where Ricks like "omg I can't keep this a secret, people need to know" and then all hell breaks loose (like it already hasn't) and there's all this emotional drama about what to do now with Carol. I say make her the leader - chicks got some
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Probably not, they are in Georgia.
I bet all you whiners and nit pickers would be the first ones eaten in such a situation LOL.
Yeah. I forgot the vast majority of people react completely logically during a crisis, heh. Only problem I really had with that scene was that Cutty made it out of that mess w/o getting bit. But not enough of a problem to really have a problem.
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to obsess over the inability of any known metallic alloy to support the weight of those big robots in Pacific Rim.
You and I in that situation? Panic. A guy who has lived in the walker world for well over a year now and personally killed hundreds of z's? Not so much.
I'll overlook the neverending supply of crossbow bolts for the sake of the character and story, but I can't forgive this stone cold z killer who, for no apparent reason, drives so far into a shamble of z's that he has to abandon his car.
Rule one in the z world: don't leave your ride behind.
Which does nothing to explain why there are always a few dozen zombies near the prison to gather by the fence every night.
Yeah because when I see having to leave as inevitable, I'm going to plant crops, raise livestock, and talk about how we can carve a life out in this place, having just fought so hard to clear it of Z's and protect it from Gov.
If that was intended to counter lefty's post, it missed entirely.
Let's see, didn't they have crops and livestock and such somewhere before? Oh, right - Hershel's farm! Which they had to abandon when it was overrun by zombies . . .
It doesn't have to be clearly inevitable that they might have to leave for some contingency planning to be prudent. And what lefty suggested would be equally valuable in effectively defending the prison against a number of potential threats.