Skip to comments.*'Walking Dead's' Norman Reedus: Daryl Wants a 'Ferocious Revenge' on the Governor*
Posted on 03/31/2013 2:08:05 PM PDT by virgil283
The Walking Dead is down a Dixon brother. During Sunday's penultimate episode of season three, Merle Dixon took it upon himself to deliver Michonne to the Governor ....... How will Merle's death change Daryl? : Norman Reedus: He's going to become quiet and it's going to harden him. He grew up a lot in that moment and he's truly on his own. He has the group, which has become his new family, but as far as reconnecting with his brother when they got back together, he had it in his mind that it could be a new beginning. Merle could change, Daryl definitely changed, and they could be different people now; he had this hope.......Do you think the group will recognize that Merle died a hero? Reedus: I don't know, that's the tragedy of it: No one really saw it. Michonne saw it a bit when he let her go, but nobody knew it. "..........
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He’s going to become quiet and it’s going to harden him.
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I like it. ;~)
I think Daryl will want the governor for himself for sure - make him suffer, kill him, wait for him to come back as a zombie and kill him again.
I hope Michonne doesn’t get killed in this fight. I expect the guy with glasses (can’t seem to remember his name) on the governor’s side will get killed by the governor before the fight as he doesn’t trust the brainy guy any more.
Hershal is likely to be killed along with his daughter.
Don’t want Carl to be killed.
...and women's ovaries throughout America will vibrate just a little more.
Sighhh...DARRYL!!! They better not kill him. Wow in just 5 hours the finale begins. Can’t wait, I just hope baby Judith does not get kill from that sicko governor and his henchmen.
I think Glenn would also like to kill the Gov himself. Both of those guys have a good reason to want him dead, and to want to do it themselves.
I need to get an adult beverage next to my chair before this starts. Actually, maybe should start drinking thirty minutes before, at least. Maybe an hour before, that's about 35 minutes from now. Actually, that would add to the drink I've already had, errr- two drinks I've had.
Have a few for me. LOL
It’s gonna be good. I think we’ll all be surprised.
I just hope the baby makes it.
I expect spoilers on EW.com, tvguide or zap2it but not for TV programs "Here".
I’m beginning to think I should take up a Sunday-night-at-nine drinking habit myself. Sheesh.
Ditto about Glenn. You know, I really would enjoy seeing Michonne turn the governor into her next “pet.”
I think Darryl is popular because:
* He’s a strong white male with firearms and survival skills who is respectable. A demographic cries out for positive portrayal, and Darryl’s mostly it since Rick went crazy.
* After 9-11-01, we idealized firefighters and policemen for a while. Now it’s back to guys who are softer than most women were a hundred years ago. Most men in the media are wusses, he’s willing to risk his life to save people - and succeeds. Women in stressful times are attracted to those who can save them and WILL do so. In an era of guys who fled theaters while gunmen shot at their women and children, Darryl looks GOOD to the girls.
* He’s a down to earth survivalist. There isn’t a superhero resume of ten years of special ops or massive survival training, just red-neck skills and alertness. He’s understandable, relatable and emulatable. You can dream of being Batman, but can’t really do it unless a billionaire. Millions of guys could become Darryl.
You know, I really would enjoy seeing Michonne turn the governor into her next pet.
Ewwww... That’s good. Works for me.
But he’s got to lose his good eye in an unpleasant way first.
As a woman in lust with Norman Reedus, you forgot to mention that he is smoking hot!
I was working on income tax and I owe money to Hussein for him to have another vacation - that required alcohol.
I am not wealthy, and that pos getting my money is more than I can stand.
No argument here. No quick death for that jerk.
I can’t. I’m already married.
Marcella, I never hated anyone in my life until he came along. I can truly say I despise him.
I know it isn’t Christian, but there’s no point in lying about it....God knows my heart. The only way I’ll ever overcome my feelings is by prayer.
I’m wondering if the folks at the prison are going to pull a trick on the Governor and his people. Like - maybe they will travel to just outside the walls of the town and wait until the Governor and his people leave (having set lots of booby traps back at the prison) and then they’ll sneak into the town and take over.
“...wait until the Governor and his people leave (having set lots of booby traps back at the prison) and then theyll sneak into the town and take over.”
That’s a good idea - I hope they are as smart as you are.
I personally think the prison is safer. Rick’s gang has already managed to sneak into the town.
I think Rick will bring layers of walkers into the prison to surround his crew while he Daryl, Glenn, and Michonne go hunting the Governor.
Michonne was right about making it too much trouble for the governor at least in the short term.
Think John Wayne...
I ended up being almost dead-on. I don’t really understand why they didn’t go back to the prison and get everyone and bring them to Woodbury, instead of gathering everyone from Woodbury and taking them back to the prison. Maybe they think their defenses at the prison are more secure.
Great episode, though. Kinda made up for a few episodes that were rather dull this year.
Surprised that there isn't an outcry from the Left over his action and then defense of that action.
I just hope that the writers don't screw Carl up over the next season due to PC pressure.
I don’t understand what the big deal is about Carl’s actions. They told the “kid” to “put down the gun.” He didn’t PUT DOWN the gun - he appeared to be trying to hand it over, but the way he was moving was kind of creepy. I’d have shot him, too, under the circumstances. If someone has two guns aimed at my face and they tell me to do something, I’m going to do what they say, not whatever I feel like doing.
Had I been Carl, I would have killed that young man, too. He was an enemy who was trying to kill them minutes ago and if Carl had not had a gun, the young man enemy would have killed him. A deadly enemy is a deadly enemy no matter how old that person is.
And his explanation to Rick was right on. He told of two times Rick let people live and they came back to kill people.
Since there is no rule of law and no place to keep prisoners and feed them, killing them is the only option.