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(The Hollywood Reporter)   Robert Kirkman discusses the most recent episode of The Walking Dead, which focuses on Rick and The Governor's emotional states (Warning: Spoilers)   (hollywoodreporter.com) divider line 20
    More: Followup, Robert Kirkman, governors, comic book series, Norman Reedus, emotional pain, Sarah Wayne Callies, Woodbury, Andrew Lincoln  
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2012-11-12 10:01:00 AM
4 votes:
Come on Rick, get over it. It's a zombie apocalypse. Shiat happens. Think happy thoughts.

She's with Shane now.

You still have Carl, wherever the fark he is.
2012-11-13 05:34:55 AM
3 votes:
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2012-11-12 05:54:54 PM
2 votes:

itsdan: The phone is actually just piece of medical equipment next to Rick's bed, this has all been a dream he had in his coma after being shot.


You sir, are a genius. They should totally Newheart the finale of this show. Give it six seasons and a movie, then in the final minutes Rick wakes up, the world is fine, and every character we know and love was the product of fevered coma dreams.

Sort of a huge F U to the audience, like the ending of Lost.
2012-11-12 04:00:31 PM
2 votes:
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2012-11-12 02:14:54 PM
2 votes:

BafflerMeal: frepnog: groppet: Dissociater: SacriliciousBeerSwiller: The scene is a familiar one to readers of the comics who recall that Rick clung to Lori's memory by continuing to talk to her through phone calls that he staged with her in his mind.

God I hope they don't do this. The best thing about this show was the willingness thus far to avoid being too faithful to what is pretty mediocre source material.

Has it? This is frankly why I haven't given the show much of a chance. I thought the source material was pretty damn weak, with Kirkman basically being a terrible writer with next to no plot who constantly writes himself into corners. But if it's avoiding the source material maybe I'll give it a chance, since I do love zombie flicks, and it looks like WWZ is going to be turrible.

Yeah WWZ should just dump the name and call itself something else. I did just see a preview for a movie called Cold Body Warm Heart looks like a zombie comedy where a zombie falls for a potential victim of his. May have to give that a shot


you make a bowel movement today? 'cuz looking at that thing float around the bowl will be about as good.

/there are two decent zombie comedies, Zombieland and Shaun OTD. Any zombie movie that portrays zombies as things that think are already fail since a zombie that can think is not a zombie.



There are only three real monsters, kid. Dracula, Blackula, and Son of Kong.


um, no. you left off the C.H.U.D.'s!
2012-11-12 01:49:42 PM
2 votes:

frepnog: groppet: Dissociater: SacriliciousBeerSwiller: The scene is a familiar one to readers of the comics who recall that Rick clung to Lori's memory by continuing to talk to her through phone calls that he staged with her in his mind.

God I hope they don't do this. The best thing about this show was the willingness thus far to avoid being too faithful to what is pretty mediocre source material.

Has it? This is frankly why I haven't given the show much of a chance. I thought the source material was pretty damn weak, with Kirkman basically being a terrible writer with next to no plot who constantly writes himself into corners. But if it's avoiding the source material maybe I'll give it a chance, since I do love zombie flicks, and it looks like WWZ is going to be turrible.

Yeah WWZ should just dump the name and call itself something else. I did just see a preview for a movie called Cold Body Warm Heart looks like a zombie comedy where a zombie falls for a potential victim of his. May have to give that a shot


you make a bowel movement today? 'cuz looking at that thing float around the bowl will be about as good.

/there are two decent zombie comedies, Zombieland and Shaun OTD. Any zombie movie that portrays zombies as things that think are already fail since a zombie that can think is not a zombie.




There are only three real monsters, kid. Dracula, Blackula, and Son of Kong.
2012-11-12 03:35:16 AM
2 votes:
Here's a summary of TFA:

Interviewer: "Spoilers?"

Kirkman: "No."
2012-11-13 04:40:47 AM
1 votes:

gittlebass: this is after the governor chopped off ricks hand


I don't see this happening on the show considering Merle's walking around with his stump in a can of pringles

//wtf IS that thing
2012-11-12 03:44:47 PM
1 votes:
As I said in a previous thread, Lori hasn't been eaten so throughly since Shane in the first season.
2012-11-12 12:06:35 PM
1 votes:
I read the books a long time ago and forget about the phone.
Can't believe they're doing it.
My wife can't understand why I kept laughing.
2012-11-12 11:31:47 AM
1 votes:
So, basically the whole moral of the story is, "Don't lose your head"

As a zombie or as a human...
2012-11-12 11:22:55 AM
1 votes:

born_yesterday: itsdan: someonelse: On the other hand, the clear focus on everybody (including Andrea but not Michonne) raising a glass to toast, plus the tea last week, makes me almost suspect that the Gov is drugging people a bit to keep them in line.

I think that's just more symbolic of the tacit agreement to not ask questions in exchange for perceived safety. I don't think he would NEED to drug them as long as they felt safe. And don't forget he seems not not like groups, especially strong groups, so there may not be super-strong ties between people to oppose him, the biggest gang in town is in own psychopath guards.

I want to know what's up with the aquarium heads. Can't this guy just use a crazyphone like everyone else?


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Somebody had to get the ball rolling on this place...now we know who!
2012-11-12 11:12:32 AM
1 votes:
digging this season...

but as a white person, i'm also really enjoying Homeland.
2012-11-12 11:06:23 AM
1 votes:

SacriliciousBeerSwiller: The scene is a familiar one to readers of the comics who recall that Rick clung to Lori's memory by continuing to talk to her through phone calls that he staged with her in his mind.

God I hope they don't do this. The best thing about this show was the willingness thus far to avoid being too faithful to what is pretty mediocre source material.


Mehhh, it is the father and son that Rick left behind in season 1. The father is out gunning for Rick because he abandoned him and his boy to the walkers. Now the father is calling Rick up to know that he has Carol and if he wants to save her from a faite worse than death Rick is to meet him at high noon on the playground.
2012-11-12 10:42:44 AM
1 votes:
For such a raging alcoholic, you never see the governor actually take a drink... Tin foil hat?
2012-11-12 10:30:56 AM
1 votes:

itsdan: someonelse: On the other hand, the clear focus on everybody (including Andrea but not Michonne) raising a glass to toast, plus the tea last week, makes me almost suspect that the Gov is drugging people a bit to keep them in line.

I think that's just more symbolic of the tacit agreement to not ask questions in exchange for perceived safety. I don't think he would NEED to drug them as long as they felt safe. And don't forget he seems not not like groups, especially strong groups, so there may not be super-strong ties between people to oppose him, the biggest gang in town is in own psychopath guards.


I want to know what's up with the aquarium heads. Can't this guy just use a crazyphone like everyone else?
2012-11-12 09:04:00 AM
1 votes:

Elfich: born_yesterday: OK, so the people that follow the Goveror: how much do they really know about him? It's clear his thugs know he's a murderous bastard, but what about his aquariums or daughter? I think the scientist knows he's a loon, but WTF is HE going to do about it, he's a wuss.

Oh, and Merle says a guy is a "good man", and that's enough for you, Andrea? How nice it must be to be such a malleable character.

Well six months in the boonies living with a fevers hiding from zombies in freezers and your sense of good and bad may get a little warped. Hey this guy has the lights on, hot water, and everyone protected within the safe zone. You might start looking at the govn'r as a nice guy as well.


Yeah, after living in that nightmarish hell, I wouldn't care, either. Oh, you murdered a bunch of guardsmen? That's nice. Can I still have my warm, safe bed, food, medical care and hot showers?
2012-11-12 06:36:57 AM
1 votes:

fusillade762: Kirkman really likes the word "definitely".


Definitely.
2012-11-12 03:57:23 AM
1 votes:
Daryl (Norman Reedus) pays his respects to his late friend Carol

On an empty grave that they punked the prisoners into digging and then filling in for no reason.
2012-11-12 03:55:53 AM
1 votes:
***SPOILER***

Andrea makes out with the Governor next week.

***END SPOILER***
 
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