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#1 Oct 15 2015 at 12:42 AM Rating: Good
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You know what I'm talking about.

I don't know if the acting is getting worse or if enjoying the show has somehow become spoiled for me by watching some unfunny zombie flick parody on Netflix a few weeks prior. Just seemed really forced for much of the episode. In fact, it all felt kind of forced really. There just happens to be a quarry filled with zombies I mean come on. I remember enjoying the season 5 premiere quite a lot so the bar was set a bit high I guess. The black and white time jumping was also kind of annoying.
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#2 Oct 15 2015 at 7:50 AM Rating: Good
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The story skipping was a bit annoying, and making it black and white was about as effective as throwing in a laugh track. I could buy the gaggle of zombies in a quarry, but found the whole the only real dissenter to Rick's plan being the one that died the low point.

I'm just waiting for Negan and Lucille at this point.
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#3 Oct 18 2015 at 8:07 PM Rating: Good
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Enid: "... that's how we were able to..."
Carl does his impression of an interrupting cow.

Thinking with his ***** and misses a key piece of information she was trying to tell him.

Of course, she _could_ be talking about how she and Carl were able to sneak in/out. But I don't think she was. Seems she was sneaking out long before Carl got there, and for some reason.


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#4 Oct 18 2015 at 8:29 PM Rating: Good
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That was definitely a much better episode.
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#5 Oct 19 2015 at 8:01 AM Rating: Good
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That was a long 15 minutes.

Carol is such a badass ninja. Guess she won't be able to pretend to be a demure housewife any longer.

Unrelated: AMC, how do you have a Halloween marathon and not show Halloween 3?! Smiley: mad

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#6 Oct 19 2015 at 3:52 PM Rating: Good
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After watching this latest episode and all currently existing episodes of Fear the Walking Dead I began to really think about the situation the world of the Walking Dead universe is in. I haven't gotten very far into the comics yet but I have a feeling if there are any other subtle clues about what's going on it will be within them. In my best Bill Nye voice-- Consider the following:

* The entire world was "infected" with this mysterious pathogen all at once, perhaps even the exact same moment. It did not spread through any normal means. Not even an airborne virus could work that fast and effect every living person on Earth, no exceptions, that quickly.

* Humans are the only animals that are reanimated upon death. Only humans. No birds, no dogs, no cats horses or bears. It would be really ******* awesome to see an undead blue whale or something tearing apart a boat filled with survivors but no, only humans come back.

* The fact that the walkers are able to exist at all is mind boggling. It's like magic. They are dead. They don't even need their lungs or heart or tendons or anything at all to be able to get up and move around indefinitely without ever wearing down or getting tired in the slightest.

Suddenly I think back to a movie I saw once called Prometheus, which is sort of a prequel to the Alien franchise of films. In the movie, a group of future archaeologists find a relic that points them a particular star system from which the alien race that engineered humanity and seeded them on Earth were last camped out at. It wasn't their home planet. Instead, it was a staging point for a biological weapon of biblical proportions that was to be used to erase the mistake that was humanity. It simply never made it to Earth because they lost control over it and it killed them instead.

Now, originally I thought it was all Rick's comatose dreaming. A lot of other people seem to have thought that as well, but that has already been disproven and debunked a thousand times over by the series creator. He really doesn't want people to believe that because it simply is not true.

I have a feeling that after surviving against zombies and other surviving humans begins to get a bit too tired out, perhaps Rick and his people will begin to come across some really profound and whacked out things. I feel that the pathogen that is causing humans to reanimate has been within the "dark matter" of our DNA all along lying in wait, and has somehow become activated. It's like a fail safe switch for when things go horribly wrong, or a self-destruct mechanism. I'll leave it at that.
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#7 Oct 19 2015 at 8:23 PM Rating: Good
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Future zombie problem solved, just tie their shoe laces together when you bury them. And who gets buried these days anyways? Assuming it's not a cliche epidemic that effects the whole world.

Also, I can't recall if this was mentioned before; but who keeps cutting the grass!?





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#8 Oct 20 2015 at 7:30 AM Rating: Good
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I haven't gotten very far into the comics yet but I have a feeling if there are any other subtle clues about what's going on it will be within them.
If you're reading to find out the why and how of the zombie apocalypse, you're going to be highly disappointed. It's not really a question that's explored. In fact, the show probably spends more time on it than the books.
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#9 Oct 20 2015 at 8:15 AM Rating: Good
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I haven't gotten very far into the comics yet but I have a feeling if there are any other subtle clues about what's going on it will be within them.
If you're reading to find out the why and how of the zombie apocalypse, you're going to be highly disappointed. It's not really a question that's explored. In fact, the show probably spends more time on it than the books.


I don't expect it to flat out tell me anything. I imagine Robert Kirkman and those closely involved in the creation of the TV series know exactly how everything will end, and also know how it all really began. This means there are a lot of "rules" on what they can and can't do in order for both of those things to make sense when they do come eventually come to light. The aforementioned "no animals are undead but humans" is a good example of this.

I've also noticed that they're all extremely good at dodging this kind of topic on Talking Dead. I'm just sayin' though-- Now that the comatose dreaming idea is out of the picture, I get the feeling future chapters of the comic and eventually the TV show will begin to exhibit a lot of classic H.P. Lovecraftian tropes. The only other option I can foresee at this point is just to leave it all a mystery.
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#10 Oct 25 2015 at 9:39 PM Rating: Good
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Little ******* weasel faced ******* piece of ****.
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#11 Oct 26 2015 at 8:10 AM Rating: Good
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F'kin' ineptitude kills.

I bet Glenn is okay for now. Rick's hand is probably (finally) gone, though.

Edited, Oct 26th 2015 10:29am by lolgaxe
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#12 Oct 26 2015 at 9:07 AM Rating: Good
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Me and my wife were holding our breath watching that thing where they review everyone who died waiting for it say Glenn's name and it never came up and I just couldn't believe it. I knew he was going to die the moment I saw his pocket watch come out and when he called Rick "dumbass" in homage to the first episode. It was all way too dramatic for him to have not died. It's bad enough all that happened-- then Talking Dead went and made it so much worse. I've seen them survive by hiding under dead bodies before so it now seems very possible that he is in fact alive, especially given Nicholas can't turn and move off of him given he shot himself in the head. I honestly don't know what to think. It feels a bit unfair that they're doing this.
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#13 Oct 27 2015 at 8:55 AM Rating: Good
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It feels a bit unfair that they're doing this.
Well, that's kind of the point they were driving at. The apocalypse isn't fair. And with the fan reaction, they succeeded.
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"The Walking Dead" executive producers Scott M.Gimple and David Alpert discussed the possible death of a fan-favorite character, Rick's hand and more following the shocking conclusion to this past Sunday's episode, "Thank You."

Speaking with Variety, Alpert revealed that, even if Glenn (Steven Yeun) does survive, he'll never be the same after that moment. "I feel like, regardless of what happened to Glenn, he paid a tremendous price for having been human to Nicholas, and that, to me, from an emotional point-of-view -- whether or not Glenn is alive or dead or something else -- the Glenn that we knew, the one that believed in the better side of humanity, I think is dead."

Gimple was mum on the subject with TV Line but offered a few hints about Glenn's fate nonetheless, saying, "It was shot the way it was shot and it was edited the way it was edited and that is always deliberate. I spend a lot of time on these cuts, so take that as you will."
That gives credence to the theory that it was Nicholas being torn up instead of Glenn.
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While he couldn't commit to an answer on Glenn, Gimple did have a definitive answer about the damage done to Rick's hand: "I’m going to go out on a limb here and say something definitive: Rick is OK regarding that cut. His hand will survive. There will be a bandage. There will be some ointment involved. But he’s going to walk away from it."
Ah damnit. Smiley: mad
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#14 Nov 02 2015 at 11:52 AM Rating: Good
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Glenn's name was missing in the opening credits. Smiley: um

Good to see Morgan's ninja training, completely with unlikely sensei. Though I think it was a waste of a 90 minute episode. It was still good. Nice and touching. Human drama. To be honest, when I read the episode description "A new face appears," I kind of expected Jesus.

Edited, Nov 2nd 2015 2:53pm by lolgaxe
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#15 Nov 02 2015 at 7:34 PM Rating: Good
SPOILERS:

There's picture of Glenn filming with Jesus, who hasn't been introduced yet, so much like John Snow he's probably not dead.
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#16 Nov 04 2015 at 10:12 AM Rating: Good
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Wondering why the universe is trying to shove all this pacifist **** down my throat lately.
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#17 Nov 06 2015 at 11:04 AM Rating: Excellent
Garret Dillahunt, who I only really know as the Dad on Raising Hope but who I am told played very good bad guys in Deadwood & Justified, may have been cast as Nagen according to his twitter.

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lolgaxe beat me to it in the MCU thread...

Edited, Nov 6th 2015 12:05pm by Omegavegeta
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#18 Nov 09 2015 at 8:42 AM Rating: Good
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Omegavegeta wrote:
lolgaxe beat me to it in the MCU thread...
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I've been meaning to say, and I'm glad it didn't come up this week because I find it pretty weak when things happen and people say they predicted it'd happen afterwards without any actual prediction. So I'm betting Glenn is saved by Jesus. I'm saying that was Nicholas guts being torn up. I just want that on record. I also agree with Christopher Yost in that an all comedy episode of Walking Dead would be an instant hit. Also a musical episode.

Nothing represents "don't get what's going on" than Deanna going ape on that Wolf, just stabbing at it's chest all berserker like.
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#20 Nov 09 2015 at 11:30 PM Rating: Good
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Nothing represents "don't get what's going on" than Deanna going ape on that Wolf, just stabbing at it's chest all berserker like.


All I could think about when that happened was why that walker just stood there (and later lied down) and took it. Any other walker would have killed, or at least bitten her.
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lolgaxe beat me to it in the MCU thread...
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Looks like the role has been given to Jeffrey Dean Morgan, at least according to The Hollywood Reporter. Unnamed sources claim he'll be showing up during the midseason finale, so three more episodes?
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#22 Nov 10 2015 at 2:46 PM Rating: Good
I'm ok with this. The Comedian as Nagen is pretty spot on.
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#23 Nov 10 2015 at 4:55 PM Rating: Good
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I've only ever seen him in Grey's Anatomy. It'll definitely be strange for me.
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#24 Nov 16 2015 at 9:36 AM Rating: Good
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How did Tina survive all this time if she just walks up to lurkers like that and basically trips into their mouths? Abraham screaming at RPG Zombie was amusing, but all I could think was why he didn't just stab it in the face?

I assume the group they were dealing with were either the Saviors or a Saviors affiliate, and that was Glenn on the radio at the end asking for help.

Oh, and Enter the Badlands was exactly what I thought it would be.

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#25 Nov 16 2015 at 5:57 PM Rating: Good
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How did Tina survive all this time if she just walks up to lurkers like that and basically trips into their mouths?


I wonder all the time how some of these people have survived for so long. It's like a fresh batch of people materialize into the world every once in a while and have to learn to adapt or die over and over.
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#26 Nov 20 2015 at 9:55 AM Rating: Good
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Heavy spoiler, according to the official Walking Dead twitter account the guy who stole Daryl's crossbow is Dwight, one of Negan's men, minus the facial scarring. He's also the guy that usually carries a crossbow in the book, which I guess means he's keeping it and the iron to the face is coming soon.
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I don't get to see the last 10 minutes because Charter froze right at 9:50.

Seems to be all over for Charter users too. People saying from Texas... Not sure about other providers.
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#28 Nov 23 2015 at 10:03 AM Rating: Good
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It wasn't much, just setting up the midseason finale. It's not like the episode won't play like a million times between now and next week.

Little disappointed there was no Jesus, and the episode felt like a rehash of the entire series. Just people talking about how they're affected and how THERE IS STILL HOPE! etc etc. My biggest question about that ten minutes and therefore spoilered again is why wasn't Rick working on that part of the wall? Pieces of that tower were falling off and the whole thing was creaking. I can't imagine that was more subtle than a trickle of blood through a hole, especially considering he was working right next to it. Talk about contrived.

One more spoiler. During Into The Badlands there was a short clip of Glenn talking about the audience reaction to his alleged death and how it made him feel, and all I could think was how ****** Andrea's actor must be for how everyone was happy she died.
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#29 Nov 23 2015 at 11:59 AM Rating: Good
I like how in the Talking Dead they "un- memorandum'd" Glenn, for now.

Allegedly Lucille's introduction to Team Rick has already been filmed, so for now may not be all that long.

On another note, what do you think the odds are of the mid-season finale ending with Carl getting shot by the Son of Porch ****?

Edited, Nov 23rd 2015 12:59pm by Omegavegeta
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#30 Nov 23 2015 at 12:22 PM Rating: Good
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Hey, let's fill a traumatized little boy's head with vague nonsense about how necessary it is to kill people to stop oneself from "becoming a monster" and see what happens. Bonus points for leaving a helpless baby in the vicinity. Then after he's gone and done something terrible we can kill him execution style yay Carol!
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The girl that was with Glenn last season before Sanctuary? I think her name was Tara. Is she pregnant or is that a different girl all together? She looks bigger, but not ate too much bigger.

Mundane mid-season finale, and worst of all no Negan. Damn unreliability of unnamed sources. No Jesus either, but wasn't really expecting him. If it weren't for Deanna it would have been a complete waste of an episode. RIP in peace, Berserker. Nice of Sam to try to get everyone else killed as the episode ended.

Those Pride & Prejudice & Zombies trailers are looking good.
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#32 Dec 01 2015 at 12:33 AM Rating: Good
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I'm with Jason Alexander on this one. How did no one turn around and slap Sam upside his head?
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Entertainment Weekly, about language wrote:
The character itself is going to be as close as humanly possible. [...] Look, it's a speed bump. I'm not going to say it's an issue because they're working on it. We're going to push AMC -- the plan is to push them as far as they can because it's who Negan is. He uses some colorful language. And I use some colorful language. And reading the comic, it's important. So we'll see where that lands. It's our intention that this character is going to leap off the pages of the comic book. It's very important that that’s who it is. Some of the characters there's much more leeway, but Negan is a guy that you want to keep as true as possible, and that would be how I want to play him as well.
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She is gorgeous. She is a beautiful girl.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Walking Dead and casting wrote:
So a couple of years ago people started saying, 'Hey, man, you should be Negan in "The Walking Dead."' So I started reading the comic books just because I'm a fan and I love what [Robert] Kirkman is doing and so I was very aware of Negan and had read quite a bit of the comic books. So my agent and manager were on the phone and said, '"The Walking Dead" have offered you this thing,' but they didn't have any information. They didn't know the character’s name. It was all a big secret.

And they sort of got halfway through the sentence saying 'We don't know the character's name, he’s the new big bad…' and I knew immediately who they were talking about," he continued. "They just got halfway through and I knew immediately who it was. It was no question. I was like, 'Absolutely. We're going to f—ing do it!' And that was it. And literally a week later I was in Atlanta talking with the cast and hanging out."
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"Good" news for Maggie, as it has been revealed that Xander Berkeley has been cast as Gregory, the mayor of the Hilltop community, one of the other groupings of people and walls after the not-called-zombies apocalypse.
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Speaking of Maggie... I've seen a trailer on TV quite often now showing her being a babysitter for a crazy old couple's boy who is a creepy possessed doll.

Notable features being her running around in a towel. Smiley: thumbsup
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Speaking of Maggie... I've seen a trailer on TV quite often now showing her being a babysitter for a crazy old couple's boy who is a creepy possessed doll.

Notable features being her running around in a towel. Smiley: thumbsup


Yeah. She's in all kinds of stuff, and thangs. I saw her on Law & Order a few weeks ago, and there's some B comedy movie where she goes into unfunny frontal nudity.
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Yeah. She's in all kinds of stuff, and thangs. I saw her on Law & Order a few weeks ago, and there's some B comedy movie where she goes into unfunny frontal nudity.


I'm assuming you are talking about the Van Wilder spinoff with Taj? (I'm not sure I know of anything else she was actually nude in, if even only for a couple seconds). But I think she did that before she started the Walking Dead.
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#38 Jan 07 2016 at 2:53 PM Rating: Good
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I feel bad I didn't recognize her, though I saw the trailers for The Boy ... I think that was the name of the movie. Creepy Doll.
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I do not like creepy doll movies all that much. I'd probably watch it on the movie channels when it moves to one of them, just to see if Lauren Cohen shows a bit of skin.
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Now that we're about a week out from the show returning, Norman Reedus says that "There's some large things that happen to us in the back half [of Season 6]. We don't all survive, and we don't all take it very well."

So baseball season.
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Show returns this Sunday, and a Russian Fox affiliate has potentially spoiled a fairly major scene. Image

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Boom.

Annoying kids, gone. Problem solved. Carl just became cool. His little girlfriend's gonna be all over that.

Rick never got to tap that...


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This new color... hmm.

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Nice of Sam to try to get everyone else killed as the episode ended.
Way to live up to expectations, Sam. Good job.
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I laughed way harder at that then I probably should have.

First half of the season was so weak that I'm glad this episode really kicked it up to eleven. Can't imagine the rest of the season will be that intense, at least until Negan and Lucille show up.
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#45 Feb 15 2016 at 7:21 AM Rating: Good
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Got to say I felt just a little bit sick from that episode. I mean, couldn't they have worn their gut-covered sheets over their head like a hood kind of? It would have probably been a little less obvious then. Even Carol had sense enough to put zombie guts on her face that one time. I also kind of think the whole thing could have been avoided if Sam had gone with Gabriel.

Great episode overall. That bit at the beginning might just be the greatest moment of the entire series. NIBBLE ON THAT! AHAHAHA!
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Having such a good time with Rick & Daryl's Excellent Adventure and Jesus' ninja shenanigans, then the show just goes and punches you in the gut. Little disappointed with the time skip, there's a few scenes during that in the book with Carl that would have been nice details. Also they really under did that bandage, since a large chunk of his face is supposed to be missing. Michonne taking over Andrea's role. Well, someone was going to. Guess Sasha is gonna take her place with Ezekiel and Shiva. Character musical chairs! Overall enjoyed the Jesus moments, especially since I've been waiting since the end of the Prison arc.

Edit: I'm pretty ambivalent to the existence of Talking Dead, but there's now one for Better Call Saul? Why?

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Having such a good time with Rick & Daryl's Excellent Adventure and Jesus' ninja shenanigans.


Because Chris Hardwick asked for it:

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Edit: I'm pretty ambivalent to the existence of Talking Dead, but there's now one for Better Call Saul? Why?


It seems to be done on a lot of shows now. I think producers and networks feel that it will drum up the shows popularity if they make it look like there are a bunch of fans that want to talk about it. I think Walking Dead is a pretty unique in that there actually are a bunch of fans that want to talk about it.

But a lot of shows try forcing it. I'm pretty sure Bates Motel on A&E had one for a while. I know Wil Wheaton did one, and I don't recall exactly what show it was.
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I haven't really attempted to watch any of the other A&E shows for partly that reason. It's like when they were trying to desperately force Into the Badlands on everyone by pushing Talking Dead back or putting Walking Dead previews in the middle of it as if they're trying to get their dog to take heart worm medicine by hiding it in a cheeseburger.
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#49 Feb 23 2016 at 9:12 AM Rating: Good
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I enjoyed Into the Badlands. Smiley: bah

I remember being equally shocked by the Bates Motel after-show. Norman should be coming back soon.
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When you were pourin' the Bisquick, were you plannin' on making pancakes?
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#51 Feb 29 2016 at 8:31 AM Rating: Good
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Every chance to splash Rick's face with gallons of red dyed corn syrup. Hilltop looked amazingly book accurate, to the point I felt like squealing when it panned over the blacksmith shack. The whole episode should have been called Red Flag. I know who is supposed to die in the book, but I'm betting it's going to be one of those changed things, so I'm going to go ahead and place fake money on Abraham in the dead pool.

There's a clip of next season's Fear the Walking Dead where there are some zombies with life vests, and I was way more amused with myself calling them Floaters than I probably should have been.
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