The Walking Dead (AMC) - Page 57
Well that was expected, though I thought Shane´s passing would be different. But at the same time, it had all been piling up to this moment. Shane was just losing it and he was becoming too dangerous. Rick had to dispose it, specially after shane tricked it him to that field to kill him. There was no going back.
As always, the episode had at least one dumb moment: how the hell did carl becoming a fucking sharpshooter?
PS: Good to see T-DAWG can speak
Looking for some cliff notes. Just curious how a show about zombies isnt just a B movie as a tv series?
I get why the group were turned off by Rick by the finale. He started to sound like Shane. Rolled my eyes a bit at his wife's reaction though - however, why did Rick think it a good idea to tell her carl "put him down"? All isn't well with the guy.
Herschel mentioned that the moat/creek was drying up, hence everyone boarding up in the house.
This is a classic problem with zombie movies - the whole "ZOMG where did that crowd of zombies suddenly come from?" Have the zombies been waiting for the mud to dry, and all rushed it at once? Have they all been stuck and suddenly they were able to pull free?
I'd say 9 out of 10 zombie films has this exact issue - they really can't seem to make zombie migration patterns appear realistic. (yes, I'm aware of how crazy that sounds).