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Posted on 02/08/2013 3:10:03 PM PST by virgil283
A Major Split Is On the Way ? : The Walking Dead returns on Sunday Feb. 10...A certain character sure seems to have gotten attached to his or her community...the Governor has to make some major choices about the future of his town....we've seen Andrea find peace in Woodbury. But now we see a new, even stronger, side of her....or will Andrea find herself in the arena before the season is out?
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David Morrissey: I don't think he's a lost cause. I think what's happened to him is he's really grieving and he's angry at the world and he wants vengeance and I think what'll happen in the second half of this season is about the battle for his humanity and that will be up to Andrea and Milton and will he listen to these people... I think these two communities seem to be on a collision course and it'll be up to the people like Andrea and Milton and... Hershel -- those type of people, who maybe can speak reason into the leaders of these two communities."
The only character I really like that much anymore is Daryl. The rest can become Walker bait for all I care. They all just annoy me or don’t impress me anymore.
I love Daryl and his crossbow then comes Rick second. I just hope they are not stupid enough to kill them off the show. I agree the rest can be Rosie O’Dumbell Zombie buffet.
Hah I just told my friend the same thing. I have found that I really lose interest in most shows for the same reason. I just don’t watch much tv anymore.
For me, it’s all about Daryl.
He leaves, I stop watching!!
They're all significant characters in their own way, it's unfortunate you're too narrow minded to see it..........
How about this: "Daryl vs. The Walking Dead - One Man's Odyssey in a World of Zombies"
They’re definitely on a collision course. But I don’t know....the governor said he loves a fight, but he strikes me as kind of soft. He seems to prefer letting other people do his fighting for him. He’s not tested and battle-hardened like our group. I tend to think Rick will kick his behind.
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but Carl has really grown on me. He was such a troublesome little $hit that I hoped that some Walker would have taken a bite out of him in the past. But he’s become a true child of the apocalypse and he’s grown into a real survivor. I look forward to see what they’re going to do with him in the future.
I think the Governor's going to kill him, and I can't even imagine Rick's reaction.
“They’re all significant characters in their own way, it’s unfortunate you’re too narrow minded to see it..........”
Idiot, I DO SEE that all the characters are significant in their own way. I just don’t enjoy them much nor do I care for them much. Maybe you should learn to read before you start assuming people do not understand the program because they dare to say they don’t care much about characters in a fictional TV program.
It could be interesting to see how much of the stupidity was due to Lori acting as if the world was normal. For example, freaking out about giving him a gun in a world without power but with zombies. Or the idiocy of going out alone past the fence and seeing the zombie stuck in the mud and not going back for an adult.
After he kills a zombie while tied to a chair he McGuyver's the Dead Zombie into weapons and then he and Maggie proceed to kick ass on their captors!
Glenn is da man!
Man, I’m not appreciating the rift between Glen and Maggie. They’re a cute couple.
I’m concerned about them letting the line runner go, Matazaro (sp?), and the fact the “disagreement” was over the costs of making show, so I expect to see more “drama” than zombie smashing. They really need to balance that out.