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Posted on 02/10/2013 4:15:34 PM PST by virgil283
"When Steven Yeun's character, Glenn Rhee, first appeared on "The Walking Dead," he was a smart-aleck pizza deliveryman who used his encyclopedic knowledge of Atlanta to save his comrades from hungry zombies. Not that it earned him much respect. As the AMC hit drama's third season resumes Sunday, Feb. 10, Glenn has evolved from a flaky kid into a mental and physical warrior, thanks to the love of a good woman and the knowledge that he's capable of more than scrambling through sewers"......." On the clash of rival "Dead" camps: "What's interesting to me about the difference between Rick and The Governor is you can argue that it's just two different ways of surviving in this situation. I know that being morally upstanding and trying to preserve society is the altruistic ideal ... but when it comes down to primal instincts, you are who you are. Who's to say what's right? "..... ..It says Season 3 Chapter 3 in Spanish
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Glenn’s the man! Killing a walker while strapped to a chair, gouging open an arm to get a bone for a weapon......yep. he has come a LONG way.
Lauren Cohan was a great addition to the cast.
Merle is a piece of crap but he gets some of the best one liners.
When he locked the walker in with Glenn “He’s gonna be hungry again in an hour”
She’s one of at least 3 brits on the show. She was born in America and grew up in the UK.
It nearly broke my brain when I saw David Morrissey on Dr Who playing a nice guy.
I know....I hate him, but he’s so entertaining.
Oh lookie here y’all, she sent us a biter gram.
“Kick off them high heels and climb”
You think that finally Michonne is going to get a few lines to explain who she is or whats going on ????
I hope so...and think so.
Not having read the comics, I was afraid she would be some kind of superhero-type character, just totally unrealistic. I’m glad she isn’t. I like her very much and I want to see her join the group.
Yeah! We meet here and in 50 min. the new season of Walking Dead starts! Let’s stay on here while it’s showing - ok?
If Daryl gets killed, We'll have to send flowers to Catherine of Aragon ‘cause I don't think she can make it without him. Can you say “crush on Daryl”?
We’re hooked on it.
watching love the show... but this last eposide wasting all that ammo when they are on limited supply is dumb. Its not like they can go to walmart tomorrow and buy more... suppressive fire is one thing, but shooting into the dark of night... makes good tv but one shot one kill works for me.
I joined two singles website last week to see if there was a gentleman around here I could find to go to dinner and have conversation - (I'm 79). Guess what I found:
Every man from the age of 60 to 90, according to them has:
Good muscle tone, exercise at least three times a week, walk, dive, swim, fish, camp, hike, travel all over the world, dance, golf, and some hunt.
The other thing I found, is:
They all want a woman no older than 65 (even if they are 90), and she has to be slender and have good muscle tone, and exercise, and like cooking and camping and fishing.
Hmm, I'm not going to find a fellow who wants to have a relationship with an intelligent woman because when they designate how important education is for a woman, they say “Any.” They don't care if she can read and write. I'm out of luck with these single places.
Any smart guy live in Houston who wants to have dinner and talk about intelligent things - like “Walking Dead”? Get in touch with me and I'm slender but “muscle tone?”. You must be kidding.
I would LOVE that...but we still haven’t eaten dinner! My husband is on his way home and we should be eating about then...much later than I like. But I’ll keep this thread up and I’ll check in periodically.
LOL, you love to bust my chops, don’t you? :)
I think you need a younger man....you’re too good for those guys.
‘The Walking Dead’s’ Steve Yeun: Creator Robert Kirkman ‘should be dead’ or at least a zombie
Well,appropriation of voice is indeed a serious transgression in these latter days.
However, “More brains!” does not lend itself to a great deal of semiotic analysis.
So I say let Kirkman live!
Thanks for that link, learned things I didn’t know about the “governor.”
Lets go little Brother....
WOOO, that’s what I’m talking about! Don’t mess with the Dixon brothers
I figured the two brothers would band together, it’s that “blood” kin thing. Now, on to other adventures - like staying alive,, small stuff like that.
I’m surprised that Diane Frankenstein has not say anything about Carl picking up a weapon to shoot a fellow democrap nor how much this show has to many weapons.
This show rocks..the only show that is NOT A GUN FREE ZONE =)
Yer on. Thanks.
“It’s all fun and games until The Governor loses an eye.”....
Incredible voice coach for Andy Lincoln and Morrisey. I know here in L.A. the voice coach for 3 Brit actors who one of them eventually landed a part in Chuck and she did not have a hint of limey accent in her.
I was watching “Missississippi Burning” with Gene Hackman on “On Demand” last night. The actor that plays Merle plays a redneck, and tries to act real tough with the older city-man Hackman. Hard to believe he was still recognizable though - the movie was from 1988. I didn’t think “Merle” could be that old.
O K that was weird...
Michael Rooker (Merle) has been around for a while.
One of those actors who has been a fixture in Hollywood but never become a major star. I think some actually prefer it that way.
I think I read the actor is in his 50s.
thanks for the info
I looked him up on Wiki - quite an amazingly long list of credits in movies and television. I can see where one might like the long line of work without all of the fame and troubles. Although I have a feeling that might have changed with The Walking Dead.
Am waiting for the kids to come home to watch it. I get a kick out of my daughters. “I remember the first time dad told us to watch this new T.V. pilot show with him. We thought it was going to be dumb like all his other shows he tries to get us to watch.”
They spent the last three weekends with friends over doing their own Walking Dead Marathons on DVD. Once is good enough for me. Although I really enjoy watching the first few episodes over again. Seeing how fast things change and how people cope with the realization of it all.
This was a disturbing episode in many ways....Rick off the rails (again), Michonne still not part of the group, Daryl taking off.....oy.
I like Tyreese....Rick needs to remember back to when he was begging Herschel for a place to stay.
"They spent the last three weekends with friends over doing their own Walking Dead Marathons on DVD. Once is good enough for me. Although I really enjoy watching the first few episodes over again. Seeing how fast things change and how people cope with the realization of it all."
My husband and I never get tired of watching the old(er)episodes. I hate that none of my family and friends watch the show! They're all crazy, LOL. So I come here to discuss.
Especially when I told the kids about the zombie spider I read about on FR. Along with numerous other insects. And like some Freeper said - this type of zombie behavior IS IN THE BIOLOGICAL WORLD! Makes one wonder if it just might, somehow, mutate and affect HUMANS. (Yeah I know, it seems like 52% of us in the U.S. is already affected.)
You’re on. Thanks!
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