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yeah it was. i can think of a few things i didn't like but they were within reason. much better than the midseason finale
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my favorite part was when norman reedus killed three zombies in a single blow of a chain

also carol is a badass

also morgan going all ninja. show reminds me of boondocks and afro samurai

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I feel like they would do much better if they moved off of the current format of exciting episodes jam packed with action with very dull episodes in between. That being said, I thought last week was pretty solid but this week definitely crammed alot in that could have been worked into the previous episode.
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I feel as if Morgan could have been worked in over the later half of the entire season rather than working him into the episode in the way that they did. I do like that Rick is continuing to become quite ruthless and pragmatic. The thing with Glenn not being able to simply kill that guy is pretty ridiculous, they've really gone over and above to show that Glenn is not cold-blooded.

Cant believe i need to wait until next season for Morgan to be around more.

Rick is ruthless because he has to be thats it. No matter what he has always been right and he ensures his people survive.

I am baffled at that stupid community surviving this long and not being overrun. Their ways of leaving people behind are stupid as well.
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Is it pretty much a given that
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the people Aaron talked about abandoning (two men and one woman) are the source of the Wolves?
post #2238 of 2246
He did mention that one of them was in a leadership role in Alexandria. Extremely smart but too cut-throat for the community.

No harm in letting him go free, I suppose. smh
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What was he saying about the guy in the red pancho? I couldn't hear a word of that.
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What was he saying about the guy in the red pancho? I couldn't hear a word of that.

Daryl was impressed that the guy knew how to keep mosquitos off him by rubbing some sort of root/plant on his exposed face. He and Aaron decided to pursue him to invite him to ASZ.
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Great episode IMO. TWD is far from perfect, but I don't get all the hate. I bet all you haters think shit like Fast and the Furious is Oscar-worthy.
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The writing is freuqently lazy and given little thought even if in general the characters and plot devices are well conceived.

Like the villains are completely irrational. Let's keep shooting at a zombie in full armour with visible grenades on the body even though it can't do any harm because it has a mask on. let's take over a prison we want to live in by blowing it all up even though the inhabitants offered to live together with everybody
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

The writing is freuqently lazy and given little thought even if in general the characters and plot devices are well conceived.

Like the villains are completely irrational. Let's keep shooting at a zombie in full armour with visible grenades on the body even though it can't do any harm because it has a mask on. let's take over a prison we want to live in by blowing it all up even though the inhabitants offered to live together with everybody

Everyone is pretty irrational, that wasn't the first dumbass thing that someone did and won't be the last. As far as the prison goes, it was pretty clear if the gov didn't get it, no one would. He didn't just want the prison he wanted revenge against Rick and Co.

So who's gonna win Best Actor this year, Vin Diesel or The Rock?
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They just need to tighten up the writing a little more and trim all the excess fat. I don't think anyone really cares about Tara, Eugene, Sasha, etc. And the only thing Rosita was good for was wearing short shorts but she doesn't even do that anymore.
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They just need to tighten up the writing a little more and trim all the excess fat. I don't think anyone really cares about Tara, Eugene, Sasha, etc. And the only thing Rosita was good for was wearing short shorts but she doesn't even do that anymore.

True. Also, it's gotten pretty predictable in the regard that, if one of these long-standing characters you hardly ever hear from starts developing all the sudden, they are gonna die. Otherwise though I still love it. I've actually lost all interest in GoT even though I was more excited for that one than TWD, which is still going strong IMO.
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To me, the issue with GoT is the complete opposite of TWD to be honest. The former has so many compelling characters, locations, story arcs to explore but so little time. TWD has maybe a handful of interesting characters, repetitive storylines, and a location change every other season if we're lucky.

At the end of the day, they are different shows though and I enjoy watching both.
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