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2012-03-19 03:15:39 PM  

Treygreen13: Coelacanth: charlie is in the wire: Have none of these people ever heard of anti personnel devices?With explosives laying around and nails,ect.with a basic bit of knowhow not that hard to rig.

The best anti-zombie defense I've ever heard of was thought up of by a couple of wargamers: Surround your property with a moat of automobile tires staked flat to the ground like they do for obstacle courses. It won't stop them, but it'll slow them down enough so you can work on Plans B, C, and D with time for lunch and a nap.

FTFY

10 foot deep moat around your property. 10 foot fence on other side of moat. Drawbridge over moat. Zombies can't push against the fence and knock it over. Zombies collect in moat. Tie string around big rock and smash zombie heads. Empty moat occasionally. Lower bridge to let people out and to let them in.

/eventually have fantastic fort idea ruined because Lori leaves the drawbridge down and Carl taunts zombies and then runs back into fort


Hell they could do well for themselves hold up in one of the old civil war or pre civil war forts around. Especially if they have been restored. You would still have to go out for scavaging though. Or just use one of those old museum ships or even a cruise ship, just make sure you draw up the gang plank. Thats where Lori and Carl would fark it up
 
2012-03-19 03:18:03 PM  

Coelacanth: Treygreen13: Coelacanth: charlie is in the wire: Have none of these people ever heard of anti personnel devices?With explosives laying around and nails,ect.with a basic bit of knowhow not that hard to rig.

The best anti-zombie defense I've ever heard of was thought up of by a couple of wargamers: Surround your property with a moat of automobile tires staked flat to the ground like they do for obstacle courses. It won't stop them, but it'll slow them down enough so you can work on Plans B, C, and D with time for lunch and a nap.

FTFY

10 foot deep moat around your property. 10 foot fence on other side of moat. Drawbridge over moat. Zombies can't push against the fence and knock it over. Zombies collect in moat. Tie string around big rock and smash zombie heads. Empty moat occasionally. Lower bridge to let people out and to let them in.

/eventually have fantastic fort idea ruined because Lori leaves the drawbridge down and Carl taunts zombies and then runs back into fort

How are you going to dig a ten foot deep moat and two ten feet high fences after the zombie apocalypse begins?


Well if you're the characters on The Walking Dead you've had weeks behind a natural moat (the creek) just sitting around where you could have dug a trench, or built some defenses. Instead they spent all their time looking for a little girl. They built exactly 1 defensive emplacement and it was some boards on a windmill that nobody ever sat in.
 
2012-03-19 03:18:29 PM  

Coelacanth: How are you going to dig a ten foot deep moat and two ten feet high fences after the zombie apocalypse begins?


A wooden palisade is relatively easy to set up which is why it's usually the first defense that traditionally goes up when building a fort. They had plenty of wood to set something up. It wouldn't stop Randal's group but it would slow down a group of walkers. A moat would be much more difficult to construct.
 
2012-03-19 03:20:12 PM  
T.M.S.:

And, why would the TV show need 13 hours in a single location to not tell that story?


Why do you waste your time watching a show you hate?
 
2012-03-19 03:21:38 PM  
I really wish zombie threads wouldn't devolve into a few survival porn addicts talking about how they would "survive the zombie apocalypse".

Just keep that Max Brooks shiat out of zombie threads.
 
2012-03-19 03:21:49 PM  

Hebalo: Nix Nightbird: ... And call you from the afterlife on disconnected phones.

See, this part I think will be really good if they bring it to the TV show. Rick starts losing it, everyone gets concerned.


Rick (into phone): Oh Lori, I miss you so much. I just don't know how I can go on!
Lori: Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick...
Rick: L-Lori? Is that really you?
Lori: Riiiiiiiiiiiick... have you...
Rick: Have I? Have I what? Lori, talk to me! Please?
Lori: Have you... seen... Carl?
Rick: GOD DAMNIT!
 
2012-03-19 03:23:47 PM  

Nix Nightbird: I really wish zombie threads wouldn't devolve into a few survival porn addicts talking about how they would "survive the zombie apocalypse".

Just keep that Max Brooks shiat out of zombie threads.


And I wish people would stop with the "LOL the show is called Walking Dead so why doesn't it focus on the zombies lol stupid" posters. I guess neither one of us are going to get what we want.
 
2012-03-19 03:24:09 PM  
I read the comic, and I was OK with the show going in new directions. I thought the first season started off extremely strong, and then wen sharply downhill after the third episode. The episode Kirkman wrote was terrible, and the whole rushed CDC plotline was ri-goddanm-diculous.

I, for one, have really enjoyed season 2. The slower pace allows for more tension to build, and more character development. I have my issues with pretty much every character, but I was entertained throughout the season even while I was asking myself "why the hell did he/she say/do that" several times per episode.

I am really excited that season 3 will be including Michonne, the Governor, and the prison.
 
2012-03-19 03:24:22 PM  

groppet: Hell they could do well for themselves hold up in one of the old civil war or pre civil war forts around. Especially if they have been restored. You would still have to go out for scavenging though. Or just use one of those old museum ships or even a cruise ship, just make sure you draw up the gang plank. That's where Lori and Carl would fark it up


My choice has always been the big central distribution facilities for the big chain stores.They're built like forts and some of them even have their own solar and wind generated power.
 
2012-03-19 03:28:44 PM  

Bhruic: Strategeryz0r:
Andrea. Man did I kind of wish she'd be gone too. Pick a team biatch. First you're all about Shane. Leaving with Shane, taking his side with the whole prisoner debacle, etc, etc. Then, out of nowhere, you're all "no Shane's just nuts we should do what Dale wants." Regardless of what stance you take, you're annoying. While she was running through the woods, and stopping like every 30 feet(seriously does she not get there's a big horde of zombies behind her?), I was sitting there screaming for one of those deadites to just take a chunk out. Alas my desires were not to become reality.

The rest of them I'll give you, but I think this is wrong - and not for the "actor physical exertion" issue previously mentioned. She didn't "out of nowhere" decide that they should do what Dale wanted - she didn't actually think they should do what Dale wanted. She was just feeling sorry for Dale, and the fact that no one was supporting him. So she threw him her support, even tho' she knew it was useless. Well, actually precisely because she knew it was useless.

Frankly, I'm reasonably happy with her character. Although I wish she'd told Lori off worse than she did. I mean, poor farking Lori, with her husband, and her son, and her lover. I think she chipped a nail at one point. It's not like everyone else lost everyone. Considering how god damn annoying Carl is, I'd happily trade him for Andrea's sister back.


And I wont think less of you for having a differing opinion. I just, personally, think she's a near worthless character at this point who's expended her usefulness. I can see what you're saying about her throwing one in for Dale just because she felt bad. I guess, at this point, there really just aren't any good female characters on this show. Andrea was amazing back in Season 1 where she was still coming to grips with reality. Her offing her sister was probably one of the most powerful scenes the show has had thus far. That was great.

If they can provide more scenes like that, or give her as a character more meaning, I will retract my current stance on Andrea. In my eyes though, she's just more fat that needs to be trimmed. The show has so many characters at this point they just simply can't give each one of them the screen time they need to be able to develop them properly. It causes the show to suffer as a result, because we have no reason to care about anyone besides Rick and Daryl at this point.
 
2012-03-19 03:28:51 PM  
Predictions for Season 3:

Great news: T-Dog's gonna have more scenes.

Bad news: He's gonna be Carl's de facto babysitter.

Fark: His only line will be "CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRLLLLLLLL!!!!!"
 
2012-03-19 03:29:27 PM  

Coelacanth: groppet: Hell they could do well for themselves hold up in one of the old civil war or pre civil war forts around. Especially if they have been restored. You would still have to go out for scavenging though. Or just use one of those old museum ships or even a cruise ship, just make sure you draw up the gang plank. That's where Lori and Carl would fark it up

My choice has always been the big central distribution facilities for the big chain stores.They're built like forts and some of them even have their own solar and wind generated power.


Why not an aircraft carrier while we're at it, even moored it's defendable and most of US fleet is nuclear powered.
 
2012-03-19 03:29:41 PM  

Mentat: Nix Nightbird: I really wish zombie threads wouldn't devolve into a few survival porn addicts talking about how they would "survive the zombie apocalypse".

Just keep that Max Brooks shiat out of zombie threads.

And I wish people would stop with the "LOL the show is called Walking Dead so why doesn't it focus on the zombies lol stupid" posters. I guess neither one of us are going to get what we want.



I would probably learn how to single-handedly operate an abandoned modern aircraft carrier, then float it out into the ocean and just perform sweet air strikes on Zeds whenever I got bored or needed supplies. I'd probably keep a nuclear submarine nearby just in case.
 
2012-03-19 03:31:46 PM  

Nix Nightbird: I really wish zombie threads wouldn't devolve into a few survival porn addicts talking about how they would "survive the zombie apocalypse".

Just keep that Max Brooks shiat out of zombie threads.


And more Mel Brooks shiat in the threads,

/"Rape rape rape, rape rape rape, hello boys, missed you last night....."
 
2012-03-19 03:37:15 PM  

jasimo: Coupla things:
1) There are tens of thousands of abandoned farms, beach houses, mountain retreats, etc. yet they cling to this one farm like it's the last place on earth
2) Why was that zombie strong enough to rip open whathisname's stomach with his fingers?
3) There are tens of thousands of abandoned RVs. Why are they using that old one?
4) Everyone is incredibly annoying and all they ever do is biatch at each other.
5) Why do dozens of zombies all mill around certain locations for no good reason, then move/attack only when it provides a convenient plot point?


Happy to help out here...

1. It's the first one they've come to because they were sticking to the highway up until the traffic jam/zombie horde/Sophia run off. This particular farm was especially nice because it was well-fenced, well-provisioned, and had living people in it that seemed to be able to keep themselves safe. Up until reaching the farm, the group has been on the road in separate vehicles and not able to formulate a very good survival strategy. They pretty much wasted the opportunity once they got to the farm, but they'll get a chance to do that when they reach the prison.

2. Good point. I saw on the Talking Dead the other night that the cow being eaten by the zombie was originally supposed to be Hershel's body but they chickened out - probably in order to get rid of Jeffery Munn who had asked out of his contract when they fired Frank Darabont. It still would have made more sense to have Dale trip and fall and hit his head, then wake up with the zombie eating his guts, rather than giving the zombie super-strength or something.

3. Like I said, they haven't been doing any kind of strategic planning at all. We'll see more of that once they get to the prison (I hope).

4. This is terrible to watch on TV, but it's the most realistic portrayal of what would be going on in the event of an actual zombie apocalypse. People panic, get all stupid, and snipe at each other under stress.

5. Zombies are being portrayed as herd animals rather than as predators. Buffalo used to behave similarly back before they were nearly wiped out. Something would set a few of them off and thousands of others would follow and they'd trample anything in their path for hundreds of miles. I thought it was cool that this was the same horde of zombies they saw in Atlanta and they just followed the path of least resistance up the highway and then were attracted by the gunfire right to Rick's group on the farm. In the comics, the living learn very quickly that the zombies will head right for the sound of gunfire. In the show, they've been really slow to realize this.
 
2012-03-19 03:37:31 PM  
I hope at the start of Season 3, Rick stands up and says "Alright. The situation seems calmer now, so let's head back to the farm and check on things." They then subtly CGI him into a trollface for a couple of seconds.
 
2012-03-19 03:37:46 PM  

Strategeryz0r: And I wont think less of you for having a differing opinion. I just, personally, think she's a near worthless character at this point who's expended her usefulness. I can see what you're saying about her throwing one in for Dale just because she felt bad. I guess, at this point, there really just aren't any good female characters on this show. Andrea was amazing back in Season 1 where she was still coming to grips with reality. Her offing her sister was probably one of the most powerful scenes the show has had thus far. That was great.

If they can provide more scenes like that, or give her as a character more meaning, I will retract my current stance on Andrea. In my eyes though, she's just more fat that needs to be trimmed. The show has so many characters at this point they just simply can't give each one of them the screen time they need to be able to develop them properly. It causes the show to suffer as a result, because we have no reason to care about anyone besides Rick and Daryl at this point.


I think they'll expand her character next season. With Shane gone and with her teaming up with Michonne, she's set to become the badass she is in the comics. Keeping Shane around for so long really screwed up the group dynamics. In the comics, his fall was so fast that the others just wrote him off as a guy who broke down under the stress. But in the show, his collapse was a slow burn that let him evolve into a manipulative psychopath. I don't think Andrea ever realized how much danger she was in. I think she thought she could peel Shane away from Lori, but she underestimated the strength of his obsession. At some point, he would have seen Andrea as a threat, probably after Lori became pregnant with T-Dog's baby or Carl built a potato bun and failed to kill a walker or something. Anyway, I suspect that when she finds out about Shane she'll be pissed at Rick, but at some point she's going to have to accept the cumulative evidence of what Shane actually was.
 
2012-03-19 03:39:44 PM  

Relatively Obscure: I would probably learn how to single-handedly operate an abandoned modern aircraft carrier, then float it out into the ocean and just perform sweet air strikes on Zeds whenever I got bored or needed supplies. I'd probably keep a nuclear submarine nearby just in case.


Just the one?
 
2012-03-19 03:40:34 PM  
Question for people who have read the comics...

At the end of season two of the show, how far along are we into the zombie apocalypse?
 
2012-03-19 03:41:01 PM  

Mentat: Relatively Obscure: I would probably learn how to single-handedly operate an abandoned modern aircraft carrier, then float it out into the ocean and just perform sweet air strikes on Zeds whenever I got bored or needed supplies. I'd probably keep a nuclear submarine nearby just in case.

Just the one?


Good point. A matching set would be way cooler.
 
2012-03-19 03:41:18 PM  

Treygreen13: Coelacanth: charlie is in the wire: Have none of these people ever heard of anti personnel devices?With explosives laying around and nails,ect.with a basic bit of knowhow not that hard to rig.

The best anti-zombie defense I've ever heard of was thought up of by a couple of wargamers: Surround your property with a moat of automobile tires staked flat to the ground like they do for obstacle courses. It won't stop them, but it'll slow them down enough so you can work on Plans B, C, and D with time for lunch and a nap.

FTFY

10 foot deep moat around your property. 10 foot fence on other side of moat. Drawbridge over moat. Zombies can't push against the fence and knock it over. Zombies collect in moat. Tie string around big rock and smash zombie heads. Empty moat occasionally. Lower bridge to let people out and to let them in.

/eventually have fantastic fort idea ruined because Lori leaves the drawbridge down and Carl taunts zombies and then runs back into fort


Although completely imaginary, that pissed me off just reading it.
 
2012-03-19 03:42:39 PM  

9beers: Question for people who have read the comics...

At the end of season two of the show, how far along are we into the zombie apocalypse?


I think they said Rick was 'coma'd' for a couple-few weeks. It seemed warm when he was shot, so probably most of the summer and fall, and now they're headed toward winter (I think).
 
2012-03-19 03:43:09 PM  

9beers: Question for people who have read the comics...

At the end of season two of the show, how far along are we into the zombie apocalypse?


Maybe a month or two?
 
2012-03-19 03:43:36 PM  

Mentat: Strategeryz0r: And I wont think less of you for having a differing opinion. I just, personally, think she's a near worthless character at this point who's expended her usefulness. I can see what you're saying about her throwing one in for Dale just because she felt bad. I guess, at this point, there really just aren't any good female characters on this show. Andrea was amazing back in Season 1 where she was still coming to grips with reality. Her offing her sister was probably one of the most powerful scenes the show has had thus far. That was great.

If they can provide more scenes like that, or give her as a character more meaning, I will retract my current stance on Andrea. In my eyes though, she's just more fat that needs to be trimmed. The show has so many characters at this point they just simply can't give each one of them the screen time they need to be able to develop them properly. It causes the show to suffer as a result, because we have no reason to care about anyone besides Rick and Daryl at this point.

I think they'll expand her character next season. With Shane gone and with her teaming up with Michonne, she's set to become the badass she is in the comics. Keeping Shane around for so long really screwed up the group dynamics. In the comics, his fall was so fast that the others just wrote him off as a guy who broke down under the stress. But in the show, his collapse was a slow burn that let him evolve into a manipulative psychopath. I don't think Andrea ever realized how much danger she was in. I think she thought she could peel Shane away from Lori, but she underestimated the strength of his obsession. At some point, he would have seen Andrea as a threat, probably after Lori became pregnant with T-Dog's baby or Carl built a potato bun and failed to kill a walker or something. Anyway, I suspect that when she finds out about Shane she'll be pissed at Rick, but at some point she's going to have to accept the cumulative evidence of what Shane ac ...


The real burning question for season 3...

Will Michonne teach Ninja Carl how to be an actual Ninja!

I do hope they expand Andrea's character a bit more. I know my original post sounds harsh on a lot of the characters, but this season it just felt like we were stuck with pointless cardboard cutouts of people who occasionally had to solve real problems(not search for half a season for a character everyone knew was dead, even if it did make Daryl more awesome). Outside of Jesus... er I mean Rick, they really didn't try very hard to develop any of the characters.

The only exceptions were Daryl, Dale, and Shane. And they killed off 2 of those 3, doesn't bode well for character development when only 1 person who grew in any way shape or form survives.
 
2012-03-19 03:43:44 PM  

Relatively Obscure: 9beers: Question for people who have read the comics...

At the end of season two of the show, how far along are we into the zombie apocalypse?

I think they said Rick was 'coma'd' for a couple-few weeks. It seemed warm when he was shot, so probably most of the summer and fall, and now they're headed toward winter (I think).


Oh, sorry. For those who've read the comics. I haven't.. just missed it in your post.
 
2012-03-19 03:44:27 PM  
Con-ex shipping containers are highly stackable and extremely heavy. They can pretty much only be moved by the device that moves them called a "wretch". Well, a gantry crane can do it, too.
Anyway, finding an urban industrial area with conexes and a wretch figures largely into my plan.
 
2012-03-19 03:48:05 PM  

Relatively Obscure: Oh, sorry. For those who've read the comics. I haven't.. just missed it in your post.


No, all opinions are welcome. I was thinking it's been a couple of months.
 
2012-03-19 03:49:04 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: Predictions for Season 3:

Great news: T-Dog's gonna have more scenes.

Bad news: He's gonna be Carl's de facto babysitter.

Fark: His only line will be "CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRLLLLLLLL!!!!!"


The person that would've been a good babysitter for Carl was Otis. He must've had some pirate blood in him to be able to hit him with the rifle shot.
 
2012-03-19 03:50:56 PM  

brigid_fitch: She all but told Rick outright to murder Shane before Shane did something to them. Then she's backs away in horror from Rick after he confessed to killing Shane in self-defense? F*ck her.


I said the same thing to my wife after we watched. According to the Mrs. aPult: "Lori's reaction was because it took both a Zombie Apocolypse and a murderous sociopathic Best Friend to get a husband to listen to his wife and do something she asked."

It was a real life spittake moment. I love her so much.
 
2012-03-19 03:51:54 PM  
In my zombie fantasy, I go find the biggest bulldozer I can get, stockpile a bunch of diesel, weld a stout cage around the cockpit, and start excavating a moat and a pit. The moat protects my house, and the pit is for whenever I have an invading horde problem - I just bulldoze them into the pit, pour a little gas in, and toss in a match.
 
2012-03-19 03:51:58 PM  

PsyLord: The person that would've been a good babysitter for Carl was Otis. He must've had some pirate blood in him to be able to hit him with the rifle shot.


Carl allowed himself to be shot so that they could take over the farm from within. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised at all if Carl caused the zombpocalypse so that he could seize earth's resources for himself.
 
2012-03-19 03:57:57 PM  
I also have to agree with the anti-Carl sentiment in this thread. That kid needs to die. Also, Lori has to be the worse mom EVAR. I want to see Carol go up to Lori, slap her across the face and say "B, why you no can keep ur eye on ur kid? I only lost sight of Sophia once and she was zombie food. If Carl gets "lost" again, I'm killing him myself"
 
2012-03-19 04:04:48 PM  
They need to get a combine and turn it into some ind of super zombie sheredding death machine!
 
2012-03-19 04:10:48 PM  

9beers: Question for people who have read the comics...

At the end of season two of the show, how far along are we into the zombie apocalypse?


Approximately potato bun.
 
2012-03-19 04:12:31 PM  
I really don't know why Lori keeps worrying so much when Rick goes off somewhere else. If she'd only keep a closer eye on Carl, she'd be fine. Apparently he's got some sort of "teleport to my daddy" feature. I mean, hey, Mr. AwesomeTrackerRedneck needs a flashlight to track footprints through the forest at nighttime, but not Carl. He can just wander outside, and gravity just sucks him towards Rick.

/I wonder if the writers realize how much money they could make by auctioning off character deaths?
 
2012-03-19 04:12:50 PM  

groppet: They need to get a combine and turn it into some ind of super zombie sheredding death machine!


A heavy duty harvester maybe?

www.freefoto.com

You can just imagine Daryl getting the weirdest boner from mowing down walkers with that thing.
 
2012-03-19 04:14:10 PM  

Bhruic: I really don't know why Lori keeps worrying so much when Rick goes off somewhere else. If she'd only keep a closer eye on Carl, she'd be fine. Apparently he's got some sort of "teleport to my daddy" feature. I mean, hey, Mr. AwesomeTrackerRedneck needs a flashlight to track footprints through the forest at nighttime, but not Carl. He can just wander outside, and gravity just sucks him towards Rick.

/I wonder if the writers realize how much money they could make by auctioning off character deaths?


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Bonus point if the person who paid the most could actually kill the character.
 
2012-03-19 04:16:21 PM  

redmid17: Bhruic: I really don't know why Lori keeps worrying so much when Rick goes off somewhere else. If she'd only keep a closer eye on Carl, she'd be fine. Apparently he's got some sort of "teleport to my daddy" feature. I mean, hey, Mr. AwesomeTrackerRedneck needs a flashlight to track footprints through the forest at nighttime, but not Carl. He can just wander outside, and gravity just sucks him towards Rick.

/I wonder if the writers realize how much money they could make by auctioning off character deaths?

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Bonus point if the person who paid the most could actually kill the character.


but if you were that person, would you do it as a zombie chewing their kneecap off, or a crazy survivor looking for rations?
 
2012-03-19 04:17:24 PM  

FinFangFark: redmid17: Bhruic: I really don't know why Lori keeps worrying so much when Rick goes off somewhere else. If she'd only keep a closer eye on Carl, she'd be fine. Apparently he's got some sort of "teleport to my daddy" feature. I mean, hey, Mr. AwesomeTrackerRedneck needs a flashlight to track footprints through the forest at nighttime, but not Carl. He can just wander outside, and gravity just sucks him towards Rick.

/I wonder if the writers realize how much money they could make by auctioning off character deaths?

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Bonus point if the person who paid the most could actually kill the character.

but if you were that person, would you do it as a zombie chewing their kneecap off, or a crazy survivor looking for rations?


Zombie police officer who repeatedly tazes the character for resisting zombification.
 
2012-03-19 04:18:03 PM  

Strategeryz0r: Regardless of what stance you take, you're annoying.


Honestly, I can think of quite a few stances where she wouldn't be annoying at all...if you know what I mean.


/and I think you do.

//kill Lori
///Dale-ify Carl.
 
2012-03-19 04:20:02 PM  

Madbassist1: Strategeryz0r: Regardless of what stance you take, you're annoying.

Honestly, I can think of quite a few stances where she wouldn't be annoying at all...if you know what I mean.


/and I think you do.

//kill Lori
///Dale-ify Carl.


Psh over maggie?

img.ponibooru.org

/still wouldn't say no though
 
2012-03-19 04:21:45 PM  
I am officially the only person who likes Lori.

Why?

Well, yeah, she's easy on the eyes and I have a thing for jeans + boots on a slender chick, but that's not it.

No, I like her because as annoying as she is in her Lady McGrimes role, she does at least serve the purpose of moving things forward and causing conflict.

Without conflicts caused by her, they'd all be sitting around Herschel's dinner table, talking about God's plan.
 
2012-03-19 04:26:40 PM  

Nix Nightbird: I am officially the only person who likes Lori.

Why?

Well, yeah, she's easy on the eyes and I have a thing for jeans + boots on a slender chick, but that's not it.

No, I like her because as annoying as she is in her Lady McGrimes role, she does at least serve the purpose of moving things forward and causing conflict.

Without conflicts caused by her, they'd all be sitting around Herschel's dinner table, talking about God's plan.


She could use a sandwich or two, and this is coming from someone who likes skinnier girls.
 
2012-03-19 04:29:08 PM  

Nix Nightbird: I am officially the only person who likes Lori.

Why?

Well, yeah, she's easy on the eyes and I have a thing for jeans + boots on a slender chick, but that's not it.

No, I like her because as annoying as she is in her Lady McGrimes role, she does at least serve the purpose of moving things forward and causing conflict.

Without conflicts caused by her, they'd all be sitting around Herschel's dinner table, talking about God's plan.


I'd get that, but her creating conflict comes across as half assed. She made these evil undertoned comments to Rick about Shane...so does she think Shane should be killed? Then goes and smooches up to him...Is she playing them both? But it isn't clear if she's doing it to be evil, really did have feelings for Shane, or if she wants someone to just roll her down stairs, ending the term of her monster baby.

Meh, whatever, the Governor will asplode her and the baby in a shoot out.
 
2012-03-19 04:35:11 PM  

Nix Nightbird: I am officially the only person who likes Lori.

Why?

Well, yeah, she's easy on the eyes and I have a thing for jeans + boots on a slender chick, but that's not it.

No, I like her because as annoying as she is in her Lady McGrimes role, she does at least serve the purpose of moving things forward and causing conflict.

Without conflicts caused by her, they'd all be sitting around Herschel's dinner table, talking about God's plan.


Well, what is God's plan?

See, you don't know because we spend all our time arguing about whose turn it is to do the dishes.

Fark Lori. Goddamn Bon Jovi wig on a broomhandle, and her problems are entirely of her own making.

I want to see the Daryl and T-Dog spin-off.
 
2012-03-19 04:35:24 PM  

redmid17: She could use a sandwich or two, and this is coming from someone who likes skinnier girls.


It's not as if there are open Subway restaurants on every corner like there are when the streets are zombie free.
 
2012-03-19 04:36:33 PM  

FinFangFark: Nix Nightbird: I am officially the only person who likes Lori.

Why?

Well, yeah, she's easy on the eyes and I have a thing for jeans + boots on a slender chick, but that's not it.

No, I like her because as annoying as she is in her Lady McGrimes role, she does at least serve the purpose of moving things forward and causing conflict.

Without conflicts caused by her, they'd all be sitting around Herschel's dinner table, talking about God's plan.

I'd get that, but her creating conflict comes across as half assed. She made these evil undertoned comments to Rick about Shane...so does she think Shane should be killed? Then goes and smooches up to him...Is she playing them both? But it isn't clear if she's doing it to be evil, really did have feelings for Shane, or if she wants someone to just roll her down stairs, ending the term of her monster baby.

Meh, whatever, the Governor will asplode her and the baby in a shoot out.


We hope.
 
2012-03-19 04:37:56 PM  

WhiskeySticks: redmid17: She could use a sandwich or two, and this is coming from someone who likes skinnier girls.

It's not as if there are open Subway restaurants on every corner like there are when the streets are zombie free.


They didn't seem to have much of an issue with food at the farm. They spend half the season feeding live chickens to 15-20 walkers in a barn.
 
2012-03-19 04:39:19 PM  

redmid17: WhiskeySticks: redmid17: She could use a sandwich or two, and this is coming from someone who likes skinnier girls.

It's not as if there are open Subway restaurants on every corner like there are when the streets are zombie free.

They didn't seem to have much of an issue with food at the farm. They spend half the season feeding live chickens to 15-20 walkers in a barn.



It ain't no Steak and Cheese! Februany, biatches!
 
2012-03-19 04:44:35 PM  

Mentat: Hebalo: Nix Nightbird: ... And call you from the afterlife on disconnected phones.

See, this part I think will be really good if they bring it to the TV show. Rick starts losing it, everyone gets concerned.

Rick (into phone): Oh Lori, I miss you so much. I just don't know how I can go on!
Lori: Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick...
Rick: L-Lori? Is that really you?
Lori: Riiiiiiiiiiiick... have you...
Rick: Have I? Have I what? Lori, talk to me! Please?
Lori: Have you... seen... Carl?
Rick: GOD DAMNIT!



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