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2012-11-04 11:58:01 PM  
5 votes:

unyon: Not critical, but an important part of the setup. Season 2 is just fine, despite what the whiners say. It gives you the undertones on character motivation, which is important.


It is, especially for the fact the confrontation with the Philly survivors and what to do with Randall, contrasted with how Rick's and Hershel's groups of survivors meet and merge over the first half of the season, sets the theme for the entire third season on its own. The second season is thematically very important to the rest of the show thus far, even if it's not the gorefest survivalist porn many people would rather it be.
2012-11-04 08:53:46 PM  
4 votes:
I watch every week hoping for Laurie to die. Maybe one day I'll get my wish.
2012-11-04 11:53:36 PM  
3 votes:

Snapper Carr: Is it necessary to sit through all of the crappy season 2 to know what's going on in season 3? I've heard 3 is a lot better but I can't get more than 4 episodes into season 2 without wanting to throw something at the screen.


Not critical, but an important part of the setup. Season 2 is just fine, despite what the whiners say. It gives you the undertones on character motivation, which is important. You need to care about somebody before they have their face eaten off by a zombie, otherwise it lacks emotional impact.

The only downside of season 2 is that it's just not the pace of season 3. Season 3 will have its slower reflective moments as well, as soon as they lock down the prison and start to build a real home for themselves there. That balance between rebuilding and chaos is an important theme of the series, so it'll always be that way.
2012-11-04 11:46:06 PM  
3 votes:
Carl farkin' killed his own mom and scared the shiat out of Maggie when he turned the corner. Carl can't be farked with.

"Hey Beth, I just killed a ton of walkers and my own farking mom. Tell your old man to go to hell and join me in a guard tower, biatch."
2012-11-04 09:57:45 PM  
3 votes:
BEST

EPISODE

EVER!
2012-11-04 09:38:55 PM  
3 votes:
T-DOGG YOU'RE A MAN
2012-11-05 10:50:34 PM  
2 votes:

calbert: minor quibble:

the sexual relationship between Glen and Maggie. you would think that with all of the drama surrounding Lori and her pregnancy and how it has been affecting the entire group, that Glen and Maggie (or any other 2 characters) would take the high road and just abstain from vaginal intercourse until things settled down.

i wonder if Maggie's sexual desire will be extinguished now that she's seen what happened to Lori?

and I know that people are people and have urges, but c'mon. not until things are settled.

it also just seemed rather silly that scene with Glen and Maggie in the guard tower, that seemed like it was done more for the enjoyment of the crew and it really felt out of place at that time and in their current situation.


You have never had sex in your life have you?
2012-11-05 08:55:13 AM  
2 votes:

WhiskeyBender: ExperianScaresCthulhu: WhiskeyBender: Anybody else think Carl might not have shot Lori since it didn't show it? I could see him keeping her locked up.

So now Rick's the Governor pulling out Lori's teeth to kiss her, vomiting and trying again with the conviction that he'll get used to the taste?

Stop it! You're making my nipples hard!


I haven't read the comics, but even the plot summary on Wiki leads me to believe there will be MANY plotlines that go...unexplored for the television audience.

I'm glad they're veering from the comics. Now I could read them, and see an alternative storyline in the same universe.
2012-11-04 11:51:56 PM  
2 votes:

that bosnian sniper: Finally a greenlit thread. God damn you, Walking Dead producers?

"Oh yeah so you farkers want Lori dead? Okay, we'll deal...we'll give you Lori, but in exchange we're taking T-Dog. Pray we do not alter the deal further".


AnaLucia and Libby agree.
2012-11-04 11:44:09 PM  
2 votes:

Snapper Carr: Is it necessary to sit through all of the crappy season 2 to know what's going on in season 3? I've heard 3 is a lot better but I can't get more than 4 episodes into season 2 without wanting to throw something at the screen.


Not really. You've met all the characters you're really going to meet until season 3. Though I think suffering through season 2 makes you appreciate Carl's turn for the awesome a lot more.
2012-11-04 11:43:21 PM  
2 votes:
Finally a greenlit thread. God damn you, Walking Dead producers?

"Oh yeah so you farkers want Lori dead? Okay, we'll deal...we'll give you Lori, but in exchange we're taking T-Dog. Pray we do not alter the deal further".
2012-11-04 11:30:25 PM  
2 votes:
Two great episodes in a row. The last two episodes alone were better than the total of last seasons episodes.
2012-11-04 09:27:11 PM  
2 votes:
And that would be the reason I would leave right there. Merle says he's a good man, I'd be gone
2012-11-05 04:51:20 PM  
1 votes:

someonelse: calbert: the sexual relationship between Glen and Maggie. you would think that with all of the drama surrounding Lori and her pregnancy and how it has been affecting the entire group, that Glen and Maggie (or any other 2 characters) would take the high road and just abstain from vaginal intercourse until things settled down.

I would hope they are. I understand the Strangelovian urge to repopulate the planet and all, but damn. It's only been a matter of months since this all started. No woman in her right mind would actually be going out of her way to get pregnant yet.

I do think the scene with Glen and Maggie in the tower was meant to be a little comic interlude before the unimaginable horror that followed. But ... were they supposed to be watching the grounds while they were up there, or did they go up there just to be alone?


They went up there to be alone. Daryl? said somthing about how they were there the day before too.

People would be boning like crazy in that world. Being a survivor would boost sexual desire tremendously. Everybody wants to fark after they do somthing badass. And killing zombies is badass.

Plus, nothing makes people want sex more than seeing death. It's the reason funerals are one of the best places to get laid.
2012-11-05 02:35:52 PM  
1 votes:

T.M.S.: The close up of Carl's face told you he offed his mom.


I agree. I'll be disappointed if they were being deliberately vague in order to bring her back. That would be lazy, noncommittal writing.
2012-11-05 01:19:23 PM  
1 votes:

kumanoki: inelukii: Carol escaped as a result of T-Dog's sacrifice. She will end up coming across Lori and saving her life. There's a reason they showed Carol practicing on dead bodies. There's a reason T-Dog talked about how his death was going to be worth something. Carl didn't shoot Lori, he just fired a shot in frustration, anger, sadness, whatever.

We're not done with Lori yet. I'm ok with that, because I'm very much looking forward to the original plan for her character.

That would be a little far-fetched, but based on what we've seen so far, it's entirely plausible.


I was thinking along those lines too. If you watch the promo for the next show, everyone is trying to talk Rick from going in somewhere...My thoughts are Carl didn't shoot her, confesses to not doing it, and Rick wants to go in after her. He does, and finds that Carol saved Lori somehow, but with hemorrhaging so much blood, I guess the idea will be she goes into a coma, and that's where Woodbury's nurse and running into Andrea and Michonne come in to play.
2012-11-05 01:01:36 PM  
1 votes:

doctor wu: Jesus, they just start giving T-Dog some dialogue then turn him into shoulder burger.


As soon as he starting talking and taking the screen over, I knew he was a goner. A last acting hurrah by a guy we barely ever heard from.

The definition of Token.
2012-11-05 12:48:42 PM  
1 votes:

born_yesterday: And I'm pretty sure Michonne signed her own death warrant by subtly telling the governor that she knows he killed the guardsmen.

 


I had a problem with that, she's way too saavy and suspicious to have tipped her hand so clumsily.
2012-11-05 12:46:22 PM  
1 votes:

PTP_Professor: On IMDB, it shows Lori and Carol both in every episode for the rest of the season, so I don't think either one is gone. Carol probably escaped to safety, Lori probably ends up zombified after carl failed with his attempt at putting her down


I think they are going to do flashbacks over the winter so we can see what happened to cause Carl and Rick to hate her so much.
2012-11-05 12:43:34 PM  
1 votes:
Don't get why so many hate on Lori. It's a zombie apocolypse!! As far as she knew her man was dead, so she got with the guy she thought could protect her and her son. What the hell else should she have done?
2012-11-05 12:23:09 PM  
1 votes:
Carol escaped as a result of T-Dog's sacrifice. She will end up coming across Lori and saving her life. There's a reason they showed Carol practicing on dead bodies. There's a reason T-Dog talked about how his death was going to be worth something. Carl didn't shoot Lori, he just fired a shot in frustration, anger, sadness, whatever.

We're not done with Lori yet. I'm ok with that, because I'm very much looking forward to the original plan for her character.
2012-11-05 11:32:29 AM  
1 votes:

FarkerSnow: So, why did Lori die immediately from a c-section? That shouldn't have killed her.


She most likely bled to death. She probably went into shock and passed out at first, then died from blood loss.

That is my guess.
2012-11-05 11:26:40 AM  
1 votes:

DownTheRabbitHole: I wish the show would stick to the comic more this is starting to get ridiculous

I love the show but I am sad how disassociated the writers have become from the original story.


The original story was completely retarded by this point. F*ck it.
2012-11-05 11:24:35 AM  
1 votes:

PTP_Professor: On IMDB, it shows Lori and Carol both in every episode for the rest of the season, so I don't think either one is gone. Carol probably escaped to safety, Lori probably ends up zombified after carl failed with his attempt at putting her down


After the shenanigans in prior seasons with people nitpicking over EVERY..SINGLE...F*CKING...THING they can find to ruin things for normal viewers, I'm pretty sure the powers-that-be are screwing with you.
2012-11-05 10:55:14 AM  
1 votes:

Father_Jack: That killing the guardsmen scene from last week made no sense to me.


I imagine he felt his authority would be threatened by bringing them in. In reality, military leadership > random guy who calls himself "governor." I suppose in his mind, his authority is the most important thing to protect.
2012-11-05 10:23:23 AM  
1 votes:

FinFangFark: There's an online Q&A with showrunner Glen Mazzara, and one thing asked was if they keep some key elements from the comic, one involving The Governor and Rick. Kirkman has stated he regrets the major character change to Rick as a result of that storyline, and I agree.

I don't see that happening in the TV show.

/cryptic enough?


At least one of the elements I believe that you're referring to would seem more redundant given Merle's presence in the TV series.

/cryptic enough response?
2012-11-05 09:48:34 AM  
1 votes:

GameSprocket: Anyone else not trust off-screen deaths on this show? They seem to have very little problem showing the characters getting killed in all kinds of violent ways, why suddenly so shy?

I did enjoy the half hour of watching them rearrange vehicles. It looked the the prison had valet parking.


I"d venture a guess that censors probably didn't want a kid to shoot a "real" human. Zombies ok, real humans not ok. 
Kinda like when you see kids shows with alot of violence. Samurai Jack, Clone Wars... those have alot of violence if you think about it, but the only ones getting dismembered, beheaded, and being destroyed in brutal ways are robots or anything else that is not technically alive.

That being said, but did anyone else think Carl was ready to off that baby when it didn't start breathing right away? You could see on his face he was somewhat relieved till he realized he had to deal with Lori.
2012-11-05 09:32:00 AM  
1 votes:

WhiskeyBender: Anybody else think Carl might not have shot Lori since it didn't show it? I could see him keeping her locked up.


Not at all. He's seen enough to know what happens.

If you watch a loved one die, and you know they will come back as a walker. Do you wait for them to regen and then double tap, or do you disrupt the brain while they are first dead to keep them from coming back at all?

I respected the way T-Dog went out. I've been bitten, I will die. Do I sit back and whimper, waiting for it to happen or go out in a blaze of glory?
2012-11-05 07:28:39 AM  
1 votes:

GameSprocket: I did enjoy the half hour of watching them rearrange vehicles. It looked the the prison had valet parking.


Where are they getting all the gasoline to do this senseless vehicle shuffling, also and.
2012-11-05 07:00:44 AM  
1 votes:
I wish the show would stick to the comic more this is starting to get ridiculous

I love the show but I am sad how disassociated the writers have become from the original story.
2012-11-05 06:52:27 AM  
1 votes:
I stayed awake for that?

The last show I watched that was this S-L-O-W was Caprica.
2012-11-05 06:42:07 AM  
1 votes:

fusillade762: Did anybody else notice the twitch under the Governor's eye when Merle confronted him about "family"?


Voodoo_Stu: Any one else notice the zombies seem to hate mercy? This is at least the second person to go after being the only person arguing to not kill people earlier in the same episode.

Ah, you noticed that, too?


Yes I did, and I think that was fantastic. That scene showed that Merle probably does love his little brother, and that under the surface, the Gov's thugs know how far they can push him.
2012-11-05 06:38:35 AM  
1 votes:

FarkerSnow: So, why did Lori die immediately from a c-section? That shouldn't have killed her.


She would bleed out w/o bandages and the pain would be horrendous. Plus, those lower abdominal muscles were cut with a 12 year old's buck knife, not a scalpel.
2012-11-05 05:38:42 AM  
1 votes:
So, why did Lori die immediately from a c-section? That shouldn't have killed her.
2012-11-05 05:25:17 AM  
1 votes:

Mikey1969: ZeroCorpse: You could have saved a lot of typing by just saying "I have the attention span of oatmeal" or "I have severe ADHD."

This is the show. This is what a good zombie story is: Drama with a horror background. A horror-tinged soap opera, for lack of a better phrase.

If you want a lot of action and less character development, I suggest picking up recent zombie movies like "2012 Zombie Apocalypse" or "Resident Evil" or the 3D remake of "Night of the Living Dead" (which bears NO resemblance to the Romero or Savini versions, but does at least have Sid Haig being gross.)

If you don't like the show, then give up and find something else. There's certainly no shortage of zombie flicks out there now.

Cute. I see you've fallen for this line of shiat, too. I know, it's an easy snare, you get to sound more sophisticated without having to understand what writing a TV show is actually about. When the show gets so slow that encountering and killing zombies becomes just a footnote, you've got an issue. Sure, you can get up on your special little soapbox and make ADHD jokes, but it doesn't impress me. 4 weeks of arguing on a farm does nothing to make the show interesting or 'fresh', it just takes a small amount of actual material and stretches it out over as long a span as possible. Whenever they DO get a new piece of drama to deal with, they knock it out ASAP and get back to bickering. The prisoners they ran into inside are a good example, that lasted almost no time, and now we'll get 4 weeks of them wandering around the prison with no new plot development, except that they killed some zombies. Someone will probably cut themselves at some point, and they'll have 5 tense minutes while they embark on a major run to get supplies, then they'll return to clearing the prison or arguing. The whole thing with the 'Governor' may play out well at least.

Like I said, you obviously don't know how this works, but the pacing in this show is horrible. It started out well, and has turned ...


So why are you even bothering to post (at length) here? Just move on with your life already. 

Even ZeroCorpse gave up biatching in Whedon threads.
2012-11-05 04:12:36 AM  
1 votes:
www.walkingdeadcomicbook.com
2012-11-05 03:46:36 AM  
1 votes:

Mikey1969: Is anyone else getting fed up with this show? Last season was all arguing on the farm, this season looks like it's going to be all about arguing in the prison. It gets a bit old after awhile. Not only that, they're 3 episodes in(Before the most recent, of course), and they haven't explained shiat about what's-her'name, the chick with the sword and the Zombie followers. I understand the concept of a slow reveal, but this is just milking the viewers for more episodes with less writing so they can drag the show out.

It's like all of these shows now that have a year in between seasons, it's just a way to put on your resume that your show-'X' went for 5 years, even though it really only covered the amount of time that a show that ent 3 seasons would cover. Unfortunately, everyone seems to equate this tactic with "Quality over quantity", conveniently ignoring the fact that these shows still follow a standard timeline for pre-production, shooting and post-production. I blame Battlestar Galactica for this, SciFi farked around with this who continually, waiting this long in between seasons, breaking the 4th season in half, etc., and people kept tuning in(Myself included). It's kinda like how the gas companies kept jacking up the price of gas until people started modifying their driving habits in a noticeable way. They set this as their ceiling and backed the prices off. It's all about giving us the absolute least amount that we will put up with while putting in more and more commercials and more and more annoying crap popping up on our screen during the show until they find out how much is too much, then backing off.

I like this show, I'm just tired of trying to remember what the fark happend a year ago when the new season rolls around, and the way they've done this season has really left me wondering if I missed an episode or 3 at some point.

/I'll quit ranting now.


You could have saved a lot of typing by just saying "I have the attention span of oatmeal" or "I have severe ADHD."

This is the show. This is what a good zombie story is: Drama with a horror background. A horror-tinged soap opera, for lack of a better phrase.

If you want a lot of action and less character development, I suggest picking up recent zombie movies like "2012 Zombie Apocalypse" or "Resident Evil" or the 3D remake of "Night of the Living Dead" (which bears NO resemblance to the Romero or Savini versions, but does at least have Sid Haig being gross.)

If you don't like the show, then give up and find something else. There's certainly no shortage of zombie flicks out there now.
2012-11-05 03:41:34 AM  
1 votes:
What the fark did I just watch? This episode went so far into the realm of absurdity that it can no longer be taken as anything other than a complete joke.

You can only pile it on so much, writers, before it becomes too much to take.
2012-11-05 03:11:56 AM  
1 votes:
Is anyone else getting fed up with this show? Last season was all arguing on the farm, this season looks like it's going to be all about arguing in the prison. It gets a bit old after awhile. Not only that, they're 3 episodes in(Before the most recent, of course), and they haven't explained shiat about what's-her'name, the chick with the sword and the Zombie followers. I understand the concept of a slow reveal, but this is just milking the viewers for more episodes with less writing so they can drag the show out.

It's like all of these shows now that have a year in between seasons, it's just a way to put on your resume that your show-'X' went for 5 years, even though it really only covered the amount of time that a show that ent 3 seasons would cover. Unfortunately, everyone seems to equate this tactic with "Quality over quantity", conveniently ignoring the fact that these shows still follow a standard timeline for pre-production, shooting and post-production. I blame Battlestar Galactica for this, SciFi farked around with this who continually, waiting this long in between seasons, breaking the 4th season in half, etc., and people kept tuning in(Myself included). It's kinda like how the gas companies kept jacking up the price of gas until people started modifying their driving habits in a noticeable way. They set this as their ceiling and backed the prices off. It's all about giving us the absolute least amount that we will put up with while putting in more and more commercials and more and more annoying crap popping up on our screen during the show until they find out how much is too much, then backing off.

I like this show, I'm just tired of trying to remember what the fark happend a year ago when the new season rolls around, and the way they've done this season has really left me wondering if I missed an episode or 3 at some point.

/I'll quit ranting now.
2012-11-05 03:08:20 AM  
1 votes:
That was f*cking BRUTAL.


ExperianScaresCthulhu: The point is that it looks bad to get rid of a black character who's been with the group since the beginning, just to replace him with someone else. There was room for both characters. The 'one black quota' doesn't pass the smell test.


I thought that was kinda funny (funny queer, not funny ha-ha) that they introduce a new black character and kill off the existing one.

Though I guess that goes to prove if you start advocating for taking mercy on newcomers you're going to be walker bait right quick (see Dale).
2012-11-05 02:30:12 AM  
1 votes:

ArtosRC: I'm certain that there's some zombie story out there where the fetus is a late term miscarriage and is dead in the womb. Then, of course, it turns and eats its way out of the womb, popping out Alien-style.

I wouldn't know, since I'm not partial to horror flicks and the like.

/Hate 'em


Dawn of the Dead remake had a pregnant woman getting bitten, turning, and giving birth to a zombie baby.
2012-11-05 01:56:52 AM  
1 votes:
I was hoping they were building up t-dogg to be a bigger character. Carl found hardcore status without ben.
2012-11-05 01:38:16 AM  
1 votes:
T Dog nooooooooooo.

I torn with this episode. They offed Lori, but T Dog, damn. It's not fair.
2012-11-05 01:15:09 AM  
1 votes:
Finally. Not even Meryl Farking Streep could save that character. Too bad about T-Dog. I guess Michonne is going to be ultimate African badass for the entire state of Georgia now.
2012-11-05 01:07:14 AM  
1 votes:
I love Merle.

Merle: How come we never hooked up?
Andrea: Because you called me a whore and a rug muncher.
Merle: I do have a way with words, don't I?
2012-11-05 01:07:10 AM  
1 votes:
Jesus, they just start giving T-Dog some dialogue then turn him into shoulder burger.
2012-11-05 12:49:29 AM  
1 votes:

justtray: Lori wasn't going to live much longer anyway, so at least she's gone now.

T-dawg, well, he didn't exist in the comic, so hard for his character to have any dept, BUT it looks like we finally have our real Tyrese character maybe! Makes more sense than Darryl being Tyrese.

Carol will probably be found dead, and that will lead to more questions, and more death, yay!

Could be that the guy with the axe wasn't the black guy in the room? Did he really have the capability to get out to get a deer? Did he necessarily have to be working alone? Questions, questions...

Andrea could go any which way at this point, her character is nothing like the comic anymore. Still no idea how they're going to interact with the people at the prison, or even find them, since there's no connection like there was in the comic, so there is some surprise left.

I'll agree the last couple episodes have been decent, better than the last two seasons combined, as mentioned.


NOTHING is like the comic anymore !!! I'm trying to find the similarities and I'm struggling

Don't get me wrong I love the show but they are leaving out such great stuff from the novel omg
2012-11-05 12:44:19 AM  
1 votes:

Outshined_One: I kept waiting for the baby to go zombie and bite Maggie.

That would have been a delightful way to fark up Carl for life...even moreso.


Carl would have just shot the baby.
2012-11-05 12:27:34 AM  
1 votes:

Mentat: aspAddict: As much as I hate Lori's character, I didn't see them killing her off until she reconciled with Rick...or maybe that's what the half-smile across the prison yard was.

Still...damn, Carl is hardcore.

Rule 1 of Walking Dead: Rick gets no resolution.


Rule 2: Due to Rule 1, Rick must go more and more insane as the show goes on
2012-11-05 12:27:29 AM  
1 votes:
Lori wasn't going to live much longer anyway, so at least she's gone now.

T-dawg, well, he didn't exist in the comic, so hard for his character to have any dept, BUT it looks like we finally have our real Tyrese character maybe! Makes more sense than Darryl being Tyrese.

Carol will probably be found dead, and that will lead to more questions, and more death, yay!

Could be that the guy with the axe wasn't the black guy in the room? Did he really have the capability to get out to get a deer? Did he necessarily have to be working alone? Questions, questions...

Andrea could go any which way at this point, her character is nothing like the comic anymore. Still no idea how they're going to interact with the people at the prison, or even find them, since there's no connection like there was in the comic, so there is some surprise left.

I'll agree the last couple episodes have been decent, better than the last two seasons combined, as mentioned.
2012-11-05 12:26:05 AM  
1 votes:

Mentat: TheLopper: For mindless zombies who drag their feet everywhere and groan non-stop while moving at 1 MPH, they sure are good at sneaking up on people who should know better.

To be fair, he was holding back a group of foot dragging, non-stop groaning walkers.


I wasn't aiming my comment at T-Dawg specifically, but right before that part, when they showed Carl smiling with about 20 walkers 15 feet away from him and the rest of the group.

T-Dawg was focused on closing that damn gate.
2012-11-05 12:18:09 AM  
1 votes:

Why Would I Read the Article: Since the videogum guy stopped doing his writeups of this show, there's simply no reason to watch it anymore. The first two seasons were the most boring and infuratingly awful television in the history of the medium. You fooled me twice, shame on me. But there won't be a third time.


Yet you felt the need to post here?
2012-11-04 11:55:08 PM  
1 votes:

Voodoo_Stu: Any one else notice the zombies seem to hate mercy? This is at least the second person to go after being the only person arguing to not kill people earlier in the same episode.


You don't question the Ricktatorship. T-Dog should have known better.
2012-11-04 11:39:17 PM  
1 votes:
So happy. Lori dead, because she's Lori. T-Dog, just because I'm sick as hell of people talking about how many lines he has every goddamn week!

And Carl? He's been reborn hardcore
2012-11-04 11:34:18 PM  
1 votes:

Mentat: So to get rid of Lori we have to sacrifice T-Dogg? NOT FAIR WRITERS


They've been waiting a whole two seasons to troll us with that.
2012-11-04 11:32:47 PM  
1 votes:
For mindless zombies who drag their feet everywhere and groan non-stop while moving at 1 MPH, they sure are good at sneaking up on people who should know better.
2012-11-04 11:26:36 PM  
1 votes:
And what is up with the heads in the jars? Flashbacks of "The Shadow Council".
2012-11-04 11:12:16 PM  
1 votes:
Anyone else see it look like Daryl gets bit in the previews?
2012-11-04 10:35:22 PM  
1 votes:

HakunaMatata: I was thinking zombaby.

Who put the deer meat/heart out and cut the fence? Was it the guy they found in the generator room?


Yeah. That was the guy Rick threw out to the walkers two episodes ago.
2012-11-04 09:59:05 PM  
1 votes:
"Alas, poor T-Dog, I knew him, Daryl....."
2012-11-04 09:56:48 PM  
1 votes:
Anakin's going to be farked up for life.
2012-11-04 09:56:34 PM  
1 votes:
yea, a crying baby isn't going to attract zombies.
2012-11-04 09:50:22 PM  
1 votes:
So to get rid of Lori we have to sacrifice T-Dogg? NOT FAIR WRITERS
2012-11-04 09:48:32 PM  
1 votes:
had
2012-11-04 09:39:34 PM  
1 votes:
Noooooo TDog!!!
2012-11-04 09:21:09 PM  
1 votes:
GODDAMNIT WHAT'S A BROTHER GOT TO DO TO GET A BREAK?
2012-11-04 09:21:03 PM  
1 votes:
noooooooooooooooo!
2012-11-04 09:20:57 PM  
1 votes:
Noooooooooooooooo.......

That's not fair!!!
 
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