November 4th, 2012, 11:10 PM #871
Wow. That was unexpected. Carl is a stone-killer.
November 5th, 2012, 12:48 AM #872
Brutal, awesome. I give the makers of the show mad credit - I completely forgot about that guy after just how well they sold him being left to his death and then that week away from the prison. I am also quite surprised they killed off Lori. Rick dying would be shocking, but Lori was probably the next tier down. Poor T-Dog finally got things to do this season and now it is all over.
At least Lori didn't get stuck in an elevator when she went into labor.
I hope we don't have to go through a storyline about how Carl is becoming too unfeeling as he hardens himself to be able to survive against the zombies. That routine has gotten very tiring (in other movies / books / shows) lately.
November 5th, 2012, 04:15 PM #873
So sad about T-Dog.
So sad for Carl and Rick.
So sad for myself, that I don't get my wish to see Lori torn apart by Zombies.
Did anyone else catch it when Maggie temporarily forgot that she has an American accent? I reversed to hear it again and it was a fairly obvious mistake. Maybe I wouldn't have noticed if I hadn't heard the actress using the other accent before.
November 5th, 2012, 04:22 PM #874
Heh, no...I have to go back and check that out. I was sad during the events of the show but it really affected me when I watched Talking Dead after and Chris Hardwicke was all fanboy and at the point of tears, and then Irone Singleton(T-Dog) spent 1/2 the show fighting back tears.
It's really sad that they finally were starting to actually pay attention to T-Dog and then...the big bite off. He went out a hero though. That was a viking death!!!!!
November 6th, 2012, 10:34 AM #875
Yeah, I was actually really sad to see him go.
Originally Posted by jerseydevil
I was almost glad to see Lori go, but... man, they did that really ****ing well. And at the end where you can see the realization hit Rick in the face... I got crazy goosebumps. Bravo, guys. That was ****ing good television.
November 6th, 2012, 11:14 AM #876
Agree with adgy. Rick's reaction was incredible. The show, this season, is really picking up for all their mistakes over the last few seasons. I am interested to see how the Governor, not to mention Merle, and Rick interact soon. Looks like Rick is going off the deep end this week and trashing/mashing zombies. Similar to the graphic novel but done by another character in the prison ... glad to see they are still using some of the best elements of the novel while plowing their own ground.
Originally Posted by adgy-san
Anyone else really wonder if we won't see Lori again as maybe Carl didn't drop a bullet in her brain?? And where is Carol? Still some good story telling to be told.
November 6th, 2012, 11:18 AM #877
Lets not get too excited. I know I sound like a moaner but they are riding the crest of drama induced by killing main characters. I want to see them maintain the momentum without the gutpunch effect. So far so good...but as a wise man once said, 'let's not go sucking each others dicks just yet...'.
By the way, I like that Merle's nature flashed through briefly the other night. I think he can only take orders for so long.
November 6th, 2012, 11:47 AM #878
To the Wolf ...
November 6th, 2012, 12:10 PM #879
Maybe Carl didn't put a bullet in his mom's forehead, after all, they didnt show it. Also, no one put a final death blow to T-Dog either. Did anyone else catch what happened to the redneck prisoner? I didnt see where he went after Rick, the big black prisoner and Andrew all were in the generator room.
November 6th, 2012, 12:29 PM #880
T-Dog was eviscerated. They haven't really gone to great lengths to establish it, but there does seem to be a minimum pre-requisite for reanimation.
Originally Posted by beedee