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Posted on 02/16/2013 1:30:04 PM PST by ConjunctionJunction
The Walking Dead Spoiler Bomb: Here Comes a ShowdownAnd Another Death!
The Walking Dead returned from hiatus last week, and we saw a couple of zombies and a whole lot of angry and half-crazy humans. This week, well, let's just say that when you tune in on Sunday, you're gonna see a much different dead/undead ratio. And some major bloodshed.
What else can you look forward to? Here are some spoilers to tide you over until Sunday:
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If Daryl dies, I’m out.
Can't be him, He wasn't sitting on the couch during "Talking Dead."
So was T-Dog, after they killed him off.
If Daryl dies, we riot.
I’ve never forgotten last season, when Glenn said to Lori, “You know me. I always come back.” I thought then, watch out. And now he wants to go raid Woodbury with just Michonne.
I think Maggie gets a bad bite to the hand or arm. Anyway she is just a useless crying bag of jelly since shacking up with Glen. Andrea needs to go too with her badly misplaced loyalties.
IMHO, what a cr@ppy show, like virtually everything else out of hollywood.
I dunno --- I don't think I would put the word "just" in front of the name Michonne. She seems to know how to take care of herself.
Very true, and I think Glenn has toughened up a lot. But he isn’t thinking clearly right now.
What the heck, maybe someone will talk them out of going.
I’m thinking of the threads where the subject is some attractive young woman and posters will insist that photos are required. Daryl has achieved that level of fandom.
You can't kill Maggie! She's hot!
I decided to get the "graphic novels" and read them, and if the show follows the books ... (stop -- I don't want to really ruin it for you).
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