February 19th, 2014, 12:44 AM #1851
Characters I would be pissed to see die: Glenn, Daryl, Maggie, Michonne (well, mostly Michonne's katana)
Characters I would not mind seeing die: Pretty much everyone else
Characters I would enjoy see dying: Tyrese's useless sister, negatively useful alcoholic doctor dude, Carl, the annoying apparently no-longer ginger chick on Brooklyn 99, everyone on Arya's list, Piz, Ted Mosby, every NBC late night host
February 19th, 2014, 12:56 PM #1852
I wouldn't be pissed to see Maggie die. Kind of annoying IMO
February 24th, 2014, 07:34 AM #1853
So we get a bit more. Loved the scene of the 3 zombies being enamored with the mylar balloons hung up on the stop sign. Got to file that one away. Good on Rick leaving the dead guys to reanimate and attack their comrades! And a bit more about Michonne is always a good thing. And we learned more about Sgt. Ford and his traveling band. Anyone else think Ford isn't the brightest bulb in the box ...? Nice filler epi ...
February 24th, 2014, 08:51 AM #1854
I kept thinking the people that broke into the house were just a figment of his imagination. The scene in the kid's playroom was well done.
February 24th, 2014, 02:38 PM #1855
Since he believes that a 'doctor' with a mullet, slow reaction time, and questionable taste in clothing knows how to save the world, I vote no. My daughter thinks the doctor shot up the truck on purpose.
Originally Posted by roenick
February 24th, 2014, 04:40 PM #1856
So that is really an interesting idea! I wouldn't be at all surprised. I know the full story on Sgt. Ford and his traveling posse (as long as they follow the books) but mullet boy's smug attitude towards Ford begets all sorts of ideas about his character IMHO.
Originally Posted by makemelaugh
March 3rd, 2014, 11:15 AM #1857
well I'll start...Odd episode of Walking dead last night. "Bottle" episode, where you had the Good(More Darryl) and the bad(More Beth). Some insight and fleshing out of both characters, but given the premium on there only being 5 more after that one...not really worth much when all is said and done. Darryl definitely plays better when he has some of the stronger characters around him, at times, like he kinda did when Merle was around, he came off all 'wounded child-y', which undermines everything that people like about him. It's hard to see him feeling sorry for himself. Nice to see his breakdown as far as not being able to save everyone...that was a different story and didn't stink of 'poor me'. Mixed bag for sure.
March 3rd, 2014, 12:18 PM #1858
I actually liked the epi last night (as did my family - they are all women and all about Darryl!). I liked the bit of back story on him and his "tee off" was epic. I thought the bit on how he felt responsible was a reasonable response.
I think they are bleeding the last five until everyone ends up at Terminus and we really won't know what it is all about until they all get there and then all will be explained. I think they are toying with folks who have read the graphic novel with a certain weapon being shown in posters. I doubt we get that until next season ... at least I hope it is that way. I still don't like the advertising of killing off of a major character. Smells like AMC dramatic effect ...
March 3rd, 2014, 01:28 PM #1859
Not sure a full episode needed to be spent on just Daryl and Beth.
March 3rd, 2014, 06:53 PM #1860
That being said...having to overnight in a sedan trunk(despite the roominess) while the car is overrun with walkers...that made my back sweat.
Originally Posted by beedee