Yeah there is that...but you could argue that bike gal may have been turned and then bisected...like well zombie. From the brief glimpse we got, T-Dog looked to be hollowed out stem to stern and, it was hard to tell, but his head looked a little iffy too. They should be a little more clear about the line. I think if you are food, as opposed to someone who just gets nibbled, that should be the dividing line.
I think the way it goes is that if the zombies use you for food, you get eaten too much to become a zombie. Assuming they get to the BRAINS! as zombies in other stories like to drone on about, that could be what does it.
Carl having lied so that zombie Lori is running around would be ludicrous, especially considering he was there when Sophia was revealed.
The first two episodes were almost as good as this one and no one in the cast had to die in those, so we should be okay. They are definitely killing a lot more zombies this season than in the last one.
T-Dog taught us another important pointer in surviving the zombie apocalypse: Always check your six. Always. If you aren't moving, you'd best check your back every few seconds.
How did the actor get the name IronE (I swear the last letter was capitalized when I saw it) anyway? Did his parents really love them movie Iron Eagle?
TAKE THAT YA HATERS!!!!!!!
AMC and Netflix Near Deal to Bring THE KILLING Back for Season 3 | Collider
The Killing returns. Months after AMC cancelled the drama series following its second season, it appears that a deal is being hammered out to now bring the show back. Deadline reports that The Killing producer Fox TV Studios was relentless in their pursuit to keep the show alive, and after talking with a number of potential buyers they finally found a partner in Netflix. AMC will be teaming up with the streaming juggernaut for the third season, with AMC airing the episodes first before they go up on Netflix. Hit the jump for more.
The mystery series grabbed a lot of attention during its first season and stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman broke out in a big way, but many viewers were frustrated when producers declined to wrap up the first season’s case during its finale. Viewership took a steep drop in season two, leading to AMC’s decision not to renew the show for a third go-around.
Deadline purports that this new decision may actually be good for AMC, as the network is looking at losing a few of its flagship series soon. Breaking Bad comes to an end after next season, Man Men only has two seasons left, and the future of Hell on Wheels is now in limbo as series showrunner John Shiban recently jumped ship following a season three pick-up. They still have megahit The Walking Dead, but their bullpen is starting to look thin.
Just caught up with the WD. And to second what someone already said, that is going to take a while to sink in. It was pretty damn shocking. Lori at times annoyed me as much as the next guy but it was still sad to see her go.
Plus she was a MILF. For your consideration:
Rick's reaction hit me hard, man that was good!
And yeah, sucks about T-Dog!
And on another topic, JD I'm with you about the Killing! Cannot wait till it comes back.
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A thought just occurred to me: How the hell will they feed the baby? Better find a town and hope a store has some formula left and quick.
And the group will be really be in a tough spot now, down two members, a baby to take of, Rick will be a mess, a dude who needs crutches to get around. Should be interesting.