Skip to comments.The Walking Dead is coming right up!
Posted on 11/18/2012 5:18:51 PM PST by virgil283
"Another episode of The Walking Dead is coming up! So what can you expect tonight? A lot of surprises, that's what. And not just the bloody kind...-Spoiler Alert- : Disscusion follows on what might happen on tonight's episode...
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Best show on TV.
Rick is going off the rails.
a fantastic show...just fantastic.
A show that sucks in ways that have never sucked before.
Will Darryl and Meryl ever meet? Sheesh
I do like the parallels with real life....
The “walkers” are the bloodsucking libs while the survivors are the bitter clingers.
‘Rick is going off the rails.’......HEY Rick the phone’s for you....hello...hello...
Did people from the infirmary grab Lori as that walker ate her placenta she threw off, and is that who was on the phone to Rick?
Waiting for it on Netflix.
When Rick answers the phone in the prison, it’s Ned Stevens calling to see if he needs his gutters cleaned.
It is odd that there were no bones left from Lori. Where did Carol go?
Is it Carol on the phone, trying to let someone know where she is in the prison, so she can be rescued?
It is a good show to teach us all and to condition us to the idea that it is necessary to kill others who are different than we are because that difference is deadly.
While I admit it is interesting, it certainly desensitizes all of us to death and suffering on a grand scale, and appeals to the primitive and emotionally based centers of our brain, hate, lust, anger and retribution, which all become normal in our dystopian future.
God, significantly, plays no role that I have seen in this story line. I find that odd.
The Walking Dead does a great job of killing off characters when they grow tiresome - like Dale and Lori - but they definitely killed off T-Dog too soon. They could have done more with his character.
The fat (re:engorged seated/lethargic zombie that Rick killed) ate her. If you look closely you can see long woman’s hair in his mouth. If you watch the Talking Dead after show, they answer a lot of questions about the show and show exclusive upcoming previews. Really good show. It provides some comic relief to what is otherwise a very depressing show at times.
No. If you really want to know, you could find out by reading the comic or I can pm you if you would like.
Kind of like your post?
Yeah, but he was the black guy in a horror film situation. He’s been on borrowed time for two seasons!
There’s one episode in the beginning of season 2 in a church where Rick and others are praying a very large statue of Jesus on the cross. There are other sporadic references to God in other episodes. I believe the characters, for the most part, are basically numb and feel abandoned by God.
Maybe Carole found the infirmary, too?
Didn’t they already vote?
TV Spoiler : Let’s get to the teasing!
Michonne Is an Artist, Who Knew? The show’s badass loner feels she needs to send a message to the fine folk of Woodbury, Merle in particular. And her chosen medium is definitely one that isn’t taught in your average art class. And while she is no longer a citizen of Woodbury, it looks like the town will have two new prisoners visitors this episode.
Rick Has a Little Friend...or Does He? Remember that phone we heard ringing in the last episode? Well, that usually means that someone is calling, right? The people on the other end of Rick’s mysterious phone call are definitely intriguingand possibly a bunch of qualified psychotherapists.
Andrea Has a Confession to Make: No, she isn’t keeping a zombie daughter in her bedroom. But we’ll learn that Andrea is a better fit for Woodbury than she previously thought.
The Gov Can Be Real Dreamy: Don’t believe us? Well, not every plot point in The Walking Dead is about fighting, you know. You’ll see.
And that isn’t even the biggest surprise of the night...
The phone call is probably Rachel from Card Services.
Hello this is Peggy.
"Yes, of course I value my credit rating..."
Okay, what people from the infirmary, LOL? Maybe I’m dense.
I tend to think Rick’s call is an hallucination.
“Yes, of course I value my credit rating...”-——Now thats funny...I don’t care who you are thats funny...
Will the Governor name his headroom Max?
He had what, like 10 lines in 3 seasons?
I think he won an Emmy last year for "Best Background Scenery".
Yep, it did make me think of that telephone scene from the beginning of The Omega Man.
T-Dog was pretty much a moron for most of the show. His replacement, the new black prisoner, will be much better I should think.
They have no qualms in killing off major characters quickly, even 3 in an episode. It moves fast for a less than 10 episode season.
That was me too, but my youngest son (age 41) got me started on it, and I'm hooked too. Same thing with True Blood and Fringe. My kids are a bad influence on me :-)
LOL “Go Back”
Now we know what people will do without Hallmark cards. “Go back.”
Yeah, T-Dog probably saw the new guy and and knew he was a goner. =) Only one per group!
I’ve seen all the first 2 seasons.
Maggie will draw a gun on Merle this epidode.
Dangit GLENN... why do they always give up their gun????Shoot Him...Glenn!!!! NOOOOO...
They still need a main character Hispanic. They are a little short in the diversity department.
Great episode. Watch the Talking Dead aftershow at 11/10 central. The do a montage of all the zombie kills and have interviews with cast and previews of upcoming episodes. This season is getting better and better.
Where did you get the spoilers?
I’ve downloaded episodes from Amazon before. As I recall they post pretty quickly after the original airing.
‘Where did you get the spoilers?’ : answer : at this link...BTW I don’t get Michonne being an artist-— was it the warning in body parts ???
I think it was spelling Go Back in body parts. Good spoilers. I will look at this site next week.
Great ending to the show tonight.
There’s finally some good news on The Walking Dead: Carol is alive!
The missing group member survived the zombie-infested corridors of the prison only to end up trapped in a cell. Daryl (Norman Reedus) charged in to take out what he thought was a walker, only to instead find Carol (Melissa McBride), whom he had mourned with a Cherokee rose on her empty grave last week.
But Carol’s survival is pretty much the only good news this week. Much like in the comic books, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) officially goes crazy. This week, we find out who he’s asking for help from on that oddly placed phone. Unfortunately, it’s a bunch of dead people, including Amy (Emma Bell), Jim (Andrew Rothenberg), Jacqui (Jeryl Prescott) and Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies). Paranoid hallucination Lori encourages her widower to focus on taking care of their children, so when he returns to the group, he looks at least semi-sane.
In other bad news for the group, Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Glenn (Steven Yeun) run into Merle (Michael Rooker) during a supply run, and he’s still a little miffed about having to amputate his own hand in Atlanta, which is why he takes them hostage. The good news: Michonne (Danai Gurira), who witnesses their run-in, makes her way to the prison with Maggie and Glenn’s left-behind supplies. The bad news: We suspect that that means that Maggie is the new Michonne... at least in one respect.
In the books the Governor kills Glenn.