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2013-03-18 09:52:55 AM  

snowshovel: Then you take the second half of the season, and compress all of the Woodbury war stuff into that. All these shots of Rick or Glen doing tower lookout duty would be a lot more interesting if the prison yard was a fully grown farm of food right now...with the feeling that it's really dangerous to go out and harvest it.


That would be pretty slick.  They're stuck up in the towers and can only watch their crops wither and die.  That would really make The Governor just that much more evil, and it would add to the hopelessness of it all.

But, I'm happy with this season, and I think they wanted to escape the mistake they made with Season Two and how nothing really happened while they were on Herschel's Farm.
 
2013-03-18 09:56:15 AM  
Nobody is smart enough to just ask at the gate who left last night in a truck? That's your zombie griller. We know it's Milton.


What gets me is how much of the problems with Woodbury could be resolved if people actually COMMUNICATED!


Michonne tells Andrea what she saw and figured out when she wanted them both to leave. But no, be vague.


Carol tells Andrea what really happened to Maggie and Glen.


Herschel tells Andrea what really happened to Maggie and Glen.


Andrea tells Tyrese what the Governor and his minions are planning.


Any one of those conversations changes everything! But no, we've got to keep things subtle and circumspect. Beat around the bush and it just goes on.
 
2013-03-18 10:09:51 AM  

Jim from Saint Paul: I pity the people who will die or get maimed trying to rescue her dumb ass eventually. I think the actress for Andrea is saddled with an AWFUL character who last night was also written AWFULLY. Seriously, this is the stuff I tell people The Walking Dead DOESN'T do. The Jason Vorheeves "We won;t explain how he is faster then you, you're just farked" stuff.


Andrea ran from Woodbury to the factory, then from the factory to the prison.  She was noticeably fatigued and slow moving on her approach to the prison.
The governor drove from Woodbury to the factory.  We don't know if he drove or ran from the factory to the prison, but it was less running than Andrea had done.  He probably spent a lot of calories fighting off those biters, but not necessarily as many as Andrea did.

So yeah, I'd say it's feasible that he caught up to her.
 
2013-03-18 10:23:24 AM  

Jim from Saint Paul: Everything after Andrea lept the wall was the most sub par stuff this show has ever produced. I mean seriously, Andrea is kicking shiat around in the warehouse? REALLY?  You survive a year in this hell hole of a world and you can't NOT look down for 2 seconds? I don't pity her for getting caught.

They don't even explain HOW she got caught. Did he run after her? Drive? If he drove, why not try and steal the truck then? If the keys aren't in the ignition you have a big ass knife, SLASH HIS TIRES DUMBASS. Check for guns in the truck. ANYTHING but "Ok, well I'm gonna leave now". If he ran, then how the fark did he drag her back to the truck in less time then it took to get from the wwarehouse to the prison?

I pity the people who will die or get maimed trying to rescue her dumb ass eventually. I think the actress for Andrea is saddled with an AWFUL character who last night was also written AWFULLY. Seriously, this is the stuff I tell people The Walking Dead DOESN'T do. The Jason Vorheeves "We won;t explain how he is faster then you, you're just farked" stuff.

1 dud in an awesome season is fine. I will be happy when we get back to buisness next week.


So much this.  I was yelling at her to steal his truck and get away (if that was possible).  But do something besides get yourself caught.
 
2013-03-18 10:26:17 AM  

Vodka Zombie: snowshovel: Then you take the second half of the season, and compress all of the Woodbury war stuff into that. All these shots of Rick or Glen doing tower lookout duty would be a lot more interesting if the prison yard was a fully grown farm of food right now...with the feeling that it's really dangerous to go out and harvest it.

That would be pretty slick.  They're stuck up in the towers and can only watch their crops wither and die.  That would really make The Governor just that much more evil, and it would add to the hopelessness of it all.


I wouldv'e liked to have seen that play out. The timing of this season has felt very uneven, with some events seeming to stretch out across several episodes, like Rick's unnecessarily long psychosis, and then some events are merely suggested but have important implications, like the time it took to drive back up to see Morgan.

The story arcs aren't as tight as they could be, and I feel like a lot of the little details, like the touches that made the episode with Morgan in it so damn good, have been ignored. It seems like the writers have sacrificed the tight storyline and a sense of measurable time for things that don't seem to justify those losses.
 
2013-03-18 10:44:37 AM  
This was brought up, but not really discussed...

Was the governor bitten?

He looked like he was - holding his coat closed as he talked to people.  Or did I miss a scene that showed he definitely was/was not?  It's possible I missed something, my attention wavered a few times in that episode.  They should have taken some effects money from the BBQ shot and shortened the "chase Andrea around the warehouse" scene by about 10 mins.
 
2013-03-18 10:44:53 AM  
For some reason I want to see as the season ender, Milton having the gov tied to the special chair while doing the whole does a zombie remember his past routine.  I take it as a given that the gov is bitten and will change some time in the last episode.  I just cannot see how you get Rick's group out of the prison and Woodbury in flames and that happen though.
 
2013-03-18 10:45:19 AM  

snowshovel: Other random notes;

I'm still holding out hope that Morgan is the one who set the zomb-be-que pit on fire, and that Milton just quietly approved of it when he heard about it. Which would make the eventually death of Milton at the Governor's hands much more interesting.


How would Morgan even know that pit was there? He's still in his little world collecting and burning zombies in Rick's hometown. It was Milton, he finally got some balls and stood up to the governor...
 
2013-03-18 10:46:22 AM  

rubi_con_man: Oh, and the Baby Dies the day after it's born.


So you really mean "Here's how we finish killing off the Human Race, since the Zombies couldn;t do it", right?
 
2013-03-18 10:56:18 AM  
What does it matter if he is bitten? It's already established that everyone is infected already. The worst he'll get is a likely life-threatening infection, without antibiotics. Which he could also get from being scratched. Am I missing something, or are those of you wondering if he's been bitten just not keeping up?
 
2013-03-18 10:58:12 AM  

serial_crusher: Andrea ran from Woodbury to the factory, then from the factory to the prison. She was noticeably fatigued and slow moving on her approach to the prison.
The governor drove from Woodbury to the factory. We don't know if he drove or ran from the factory to the prison, but it was less running than Andrea had done. He probably spent a lot of calories fighting off those biters, but not necessarily as many as Andrea did.

So yeah, I'd say it's feasible that he caught up to her.


Jim from Saint Paul: If he drove, why not try and steal the truck then? If the keys aren't in the ignition you have a big ass knife, SLASH HIS TIRES DUMBASS. Check for guns in the truck. ANYTHING but "Ok, well I'm gonna leave now". .


OR

Jim from Saint Paul:
If he ran, then how the fark did he drag her back to the truck in less time then it took to get from the wwarehouse to the prison?
.

/it's not fiesable that he caught her
//the train of logic for either instance that has her get caught is totally dumb
 
2013-03-18 10:58:25 AM  

mjones73: snowshovel: Other random notes;

I'm still holding out hope that Morgan is the one who set the zomb-be-que pit on fire, and that Milton just quietly approved of it when he heard about it. Which would make the eventually death of Milton at the Governor's hands much more interesting.

How would Morgan even know that pit was there? He's still in his little world collecting and burning zombies in Rick's hometown. It was Milton, he finally got some balls and stood up to the governor...


Now that I think about it, I think it was Morgan.  Burning zombies is Morgan's MO, and a little too hands-on for Milton.  Plus they already set up that Milton is such a horrible liar, he doesn't even try lying to the governor.  He would have totally crumbled under the "I already know who did it stare" but instead he just looked back innocently- not really Milton's style.  Plus, Morgan doing it would answer the question of how the BBQ'er got the truck and gas out of Woodbury without someone seeing him.
 
2013-03-18 10:59:12 AM  

Saiga410: For some reason I want to see as the season ender, Milton having the gov tied to the special chair while doing the whole does a zombie remember his past routine.  I take it as a given that the gov is bitten and will change some time in the last episode.  I just cannot see how you get Rick's group out of the prison and Woodbury in flames and that happen though.


Yeah, the're definitely going to pull that.  Governor's bit but he'll hold on as long as he can to try and get his revenge.  We'll find out that he's bit halfway through next week's episode, then he'll turn towards the end of the finale.

During the grand battle for Woodbury, he'll showdown with Michonne face to face.  She'll beat him in hand to hand combat and be inches away from killing him when Rick comes to the rescue.  "That's not how we do things, etc etc."
That hispanic guy who's next in line for Woodbury enters the room so him and Rick stare each other down pointing guns at each other.  When he goes to help the governor back on his feet, Governor turns and attacks him.  Either Rick or Michonne acts fast and kills the Governor to save him.

That either leads to a new era of trust between the two groups or Woodbury thinks governor turned because Michonne killed him, not because of the bite.  We'll find out the answer to that next season.
 
2013-03-18 11:05:48 AM  

Ecobuckeye: What does it matter if he is bitten? It's already established that everyone is infected already. The worst he'll get is a likely life-threatening infection, without antibiotics. Which he could also get from being scratched. Am I missing something, or are those of you wondering if he's been bitten just not keeping up?


A zombie bite doesn't turn you, but it does cause a very aggressive infection that "burns you out" in Morgan's words.  It's unclear if this is related to the zombie infection or if it's just a function of being bitten by a rotting corpse.
 
2013-03-18 11:09:36 AM  

Jim from Saint Paul: If he drove, why not try and steal the truck then?


Are you asking if he drove from the factory to the prison?  I don't think she was in any position to be steal the truck at that point...
Or, are you asking if he drove to the prison?  She heard the car pull up while she was inside the factory and that's how she knew he was coming.
Whether she slashed the tires or not is irrelevant.  If she slashed the tires, he ran and caught up with her.

Jim from Saint Paul: If he ran, then how the fark did he drag her back to the truck in less time then it took to get from the wwarehouse to the prison?


How do you know how long it took him to drag her back?

Now, I am kind of impressed that he was able to find her near the prison.  She was tired and stumbling around and there were plenty of walkers in the area.  She would have looked like one of them to anybody who wasn't taking a real close look.  Really it only works if he followed her there on foot, and had been closing in on her for some time.

She's not particularly smart in the "camouflage myself as a zombie" department though.  Running across the empty filed before the factory was pretty much like setting off a signal flare.  She should have been smart enough to stay in the trees where she wouldn't be visible from the road.
 
2013-03-18 11:10:17 AM  

Ecobuckeye: What does it matter if he is bitten? It's already established that everyone is infected already. The worst he'll get is a likely life-threatening infection, without antibiotics. Which he could also get from being scratched. Am I missing something, or are those of you wondering if he's been bitten just not keeping up?


They have established that being bitten is pretty much certain death, beyond the "it's just a dirty wound" level of infection.  If it was just a regular infection they could have just washed and dressed Hershel's wound and then taken the next few hours looking for antibiotics.  If the governor was bitten, it was probably on the trunk (which is bad) and 8-12 hours ago without attention (very bad).  So under the rules of TWD universe, it means he has a day to live at most.

Although I agree that it's a stretch nobody gets infections from regular cuts and scratches.  These people have gapping wounds and then plunge their hands into zombie guts, with no ill effects.  That's allowed in the rules I guess.
 
2013-03-18 11:10:37 AM  

serial_crusher: Or, are you asking if he drove to the prison


oops, that's "are you asking if he drove to the factory?"
 
2013-03-18 11:12:46 AM  

BigLuca: lthough I agree that it's a stretch nobody gets infections from regular cuts and scratches. These people have gapping wounds and then plunge their hands into zombie guts, with no ill effects. That's allowed in the rules I guess.


I figure the quick death virus/bacteria is only in their saliva, so you have to get bitten?
 
2013-03-18 11:15:19 AM  

serial_crusher: BigLuca: lthough I agree that it's a stretch nobody gets infections from regular cuts and scratches. These people have gapping wounds and then plunge their hands into zombie guts, with no ill effects. That's allowed in the rules I guess.

I figure the quick death virus/bacteria is only in their saliva, so you have to get bitten?


They've mentioned scratches as well, but I don't know if it's been established that scratches actually cause infection.
 
2013-03-18 11:20:45 AM  

serial_crusher: Are you asking if he drove from the factory to the prison? I don't think she was in any position to be steal the truck at that point...


Why the heck not? She hadn't been hurt or bit. Hell, she didn't even rush out of the building. She non-chalantly(sp?) killed a zomibe and didn't even appear to be flustered as she made her way out of the building.

If she won't try to STEAL the truck then she has a knife. CUT. THE. TIRES. There is no logical reason to not do this using the logic this world has setup.

serial_crusher: How do you know how long it took him to drag her back?


I do not. I shall conceed that point.
 
2013-03-18 11:31:41 AM  

Jim from Saint Paul: serial_crusher: Are you asking if he drove from the factory to the prison? I don't think she was in any position to be steal the truck at that point...

Why the heck not? She hadn't been hurt or bit. Hell, she didn't even rush out of the building. She non-chalantly(sp?) killed a zomibe and didn't even appear to be flustered as she made her way out of the building.

If she won't try to STEAL the truck then she has a knife. CUT. THE. TIRES. There is no logical reason to not do this using the logic this world has setup.

serial_crusher: How do you know how long it took him to drag her back?

I do not. I shall conceed that point.


Things aren't making sense in your chronology here.  She couldn't steal the truck at the prison, because she was too busy getting her ass kicked by the Governor at that point.  And we know the Governor drove from the field to the factory, so there's no "if he drove" about it on that side.

She obviously could/should have slashed the tires on her way out of the factory, but we don't have any evidence that she didn't.  Nobody knows how the Governor got from the factory to the prison.  He just showed up there.

/ If she didn't slash the tires, my guess would be that it was because she exited the other side of the building and was more concerned with getting the fark out of there.  Not a good excuse, but feasible.
 
2013-03-18 11:47:09 AM  
serial_crusher:
/ If she didn't slash the tires, my guess would be that it was because she exited the other side of the building and was more concerned with getting the fark out of there.  Not a good excuse, but feasible.

I tend to make things up in my mind to help or fill in plot holes.  I just assumed there was a large herd of walkers milling around his truck or in the area she exited and she decided to quietly slip away rather than draw their attention.  And by the time the governor got out they had moved on, or gone inside or something and he got his truck back.

I also assumed that besides the main road to the prison there is only one easy approach from the direction she was coming.  He got there first and staked out her most likely path.
 
2013-03-18 12:14:55 PM  

BizarreMan: Nobody is smart enough to just ask at the gate who left last night in a truck? That's your zombie griller. We know it's Milton.


What gets me is how much of the problems with Woodbury could be resolved if people actually COMMUNICATED!


Michonne tells Andrea what she saw and figured out when she wanted them both to leave. But no, be vague.


Carol tells Andrea what really happened to Maggie and Glen.


Herschel tells Andrea what really happened to Maggie and Glen.


Andrea tells Tyrese what the Governor and his minions are planning.


Any one of those conversations changes everything! But no, we've got to keep things subtle and circumspect. Beat around the bush and it just goes on.


Yeah, it's funny how I usually check out of a show towards the end of the third season. They've pretty much said all they have to say by then.
 
2013-03-18 12:33:04 PM  

serial_crusher: Jim from Saint Paul: If he drove, why not try and steal the truck then?

Are you asking if he drove from the factory to the prison?  I don't think she was in any position to be steal the truck at that point...
Or, are you asking if he drove to the prison?  She heard the car pull up while she was inside the factory and that's how she knew he was coming.
Whether she slashed the tires or not is irrelevant.  If she slashed the tires, he ran and caught up with her.

Jim from Saint Paul: If he ran, then how the fark did he drag her back to the truck in less time then it took to get from the wwarehouse to the prison?

How do you know how long it took him to drag her back?

Now, I am kind of impressed that he was able to find her near the prison.  She was tired and stumbling around and there were plenty of walkers in the area.  She would have looked like one of them to anybody who wasn't taking a real close look.  Really it only works if he followed her there on foot, and had been closing in on her for some time.

She's not particularly smart in the "camouflage myself as a zombie" department though.  Running across the empty filed before the factory was pretty much like setting off a signal flare.  She should have been smart enough to stay in the trees where she wouldn't be visible from the road.


I've always wondered about why people run away from a psycho killer in horror flicks.  In certain situations, sure.  Run as fast as you can.  The only problem with that is the psycho killer somehow uses a wormhole and gets in front of you and kills you.  So in situations where the psycho killer is unarmed, is wounded or is tired out from fighting off a zombie horde, I would stick around, sneak up on him, and stab him in the neck.
 
2013-03-18 12:42:50 PM  

PsyLord: serial_crusher: Jim from Saint Paul: If he drove, why not try and steal the truck then?

Are you asking if he drove from the factory to the prison?  I don't think she was in any position to be steal the truck at that point...
Or, are you asking if he drove to the prison?  She heard the car pull up while she was inside the factory and that's how she knew he was coming.
Whether she slashed the tires or not is irrelevant.  If she slashed the tires, he ran and caught up with her.

Jim from Saint Paul: If he ran, then how the fark did he drag her back to the truck in less time then it took to get from the wwarehouse to the prison?

How do you know how long it took him to drag her back?

Now, I am kind of impressed that he was able to find her near the prison.  She was tired and stumbling around and there were plenty of walkers in the area.  She would have looked like one of them to anybody who wasn't taking a real close look.  Really it only works if he followed her there on foot, and had been closing in on her for some time.

She's not particularly smart in the "camouflage myself as a zombie" department though.  Running across the empty filed before the factory was pretty much like setting off a signal flare.  She should have been smart enough to stay in the trees where she wouldn't be visible from the road.

I've always wondered about why people run away from a psycho killer in horror flicks.  In certain situations, sure.  Run as fast as you can.  The only problem with that is the psycho killer somehow uses a wormhole and gets in front of you and kills you.  So in situations where the psycho killer is unarmed, is wounded or is tired out from fighting off a zombie horde, I would stick around, sneak up on him, and stab him in the neck.


Well, in this particular case Andrea had some clock pressure to warn the Prison about Woodbury's plans.
 
2013-03-18 12:50:16 PM  
That whole "you hurt my feelings and made me look like a big puss, mr black man." scene in the middle of a goddamn zombie apocalypse really just ruins the show. The writing on this show would embarrass a comic book.
 
2013-03-18 12:56:44 PM  

serial_crusher: PsyLord: serial_crusher: Jim from Saint Paul: If he drove, why not try and steal the truck then?

Are you asking if he drove from the factory to the prison?  I don't think she was in any position to be steal the truck at that point...
Or, are you asking if he drove to the prison?  She heard the car pull up while she was inside the factory and that's how she knew he was coming.
Whether she slashed the tires or not is irrelevant.  If she slashed the tires, he ran and caught up with her.

Jim from Saint Paul: If he ran, then how the fark did he drag her back to the truck in less time then it took to get from the wwarehouse to the prison?

How do you know how long it took him to drag her back?

Now, I am kind of impressed that he was able to find her near the prison.  She was tired and stumbling around and there were plenty of walkers in the area.  She would have looked like one of them to anybody who wasn't taking a real close look.  Really it only works if he followed her there on foot, and had been closing in on her for some time.

She's not particularly smart in the "camouflage myself as a zombie" department though.  Running across the empty filed before the factory was pretty much like setting off a signal flare.  She should have been smart enough to stay in the trees where she wouldn't be visible from the road.

I've always wondered about why people run away from a psycho killer in horror flicks.  In certain situations, sure.  Run as fast as you can.  The only problem with that is the psycho killer somehow uses a wormhole and gets in front of you and kills you.  So in situations where the psycho killer is unarmed, is wounded or is tired out from fighting off a zombie horde, I would stick around, sneak up on him, and stab him in the neck.

Well, in this particular case Andrea had some clock pressure to warn the Prison about Woodbury's plans.


Which would have been greatly delayed if she had SLASHED HIS TIRES (at the factory... every point I have made about the truck is meant to be done at the *factory*).

They would NOT have moved on the prison without the Governor there.

And my whole point about it being poor writing is made by the previous guy who asks the question about typical horror flicks and the lame things that happen in them. Which is what the whole escapade with those 2 was.
 
2013-03-18 01:12:05 PM  

serial_crusher: Jim from Saint Paul: serial_crusher: Are you asking if he drove from the factory to the prison? I don't think she was in any position to be steal the truck at that point...

Why the heck not? She hadn't been hurt or bit. Hell, she didn't even rush out of the building. She non-chalantly(sp?) killed a zomibe and didn't even appear to be flustered as she made her way out of the building.

If she won't try to STEAL the truck then she has a knife. CUT. THE. TIRES. There is no logical reason to not do this using the logic this world has setup.

serial_crusher: How do you know how long it took him to drag her back?

I do not. I shall conceed that point.

Things aren't making sense in your chronology here.  She couldn't steal the truck at the prison, because she was too busy getting her ass kicked by the Governor at that point.  And we know the Governor drove from the field to the factory, so there's no "if he drove" about it on that side.

She obviously could/should have slashed the tires on her way out of the factory, but we don't have any evidence that she didn't.  Nobody knows how the Governor got from the factory to the prison.  He just showed up there.

/ If she didn't slash the tires, my guess would be that it was because she exited the other side of the building and was more concerned with getting the fark out of there.  Not a good excuse, but feasible.


But he showed back up at Woodbury with the truck still intact. Unless he is driving around with a bunch of spares in the back (which would actually be a pretty smart thing to do), then Andrea didn't slash anything. But I think it all comes down to Andrea still being a bit of a dumbass. She left the Governor fighting for his life and just assumed he was as good as dead, which by now with both Rick, and Merle coming back from certain doom situations is a stupid thing to do at this point. She should have disabled the truck if the Governor still had the keys, but she didn't because: Andrea.
 
2013-03-18 01:15:48 PM  

Phil Moskowitz: That whole "you hurt my feelings and made me look like a big puss, mr black man." scene in the middle of a goddamn zombie apocalypse really just ruins the show. The writing on this show would embarrass a comic book.


Actually in the comics, Otis was routinely punked out and had his pride hurt to the point of dropping N-bombs behind Tyreese's back. So I think the writing is still on par.
 
2013-03-18 01:17:11 PM  
I hate that I keep watching this show despite the horribly slow plot and terrible writing just because I love the source material and zombie movies in general.
 
2013-03-18 01:20:12 PM  

MagSeven: Unless he is driving around with a bunch of spares in the back (which would actually be a pretty smart thing to do),


Yeah, I didn't want to bring that up.  "GAWD! Why didn't she slash THOSE TIRES TOO?!?!?!"

Maybe he keeps a stash of them somewhere and she doesn't know where the stash is....
 
2013-03-18 01:24:13 PM  

MagSeven: serial_crusher: Jim from Saint Paul: serial_crusher: Are you asking if he drove from the factory to the prison? I don't think she was in any position to be steal the truck at that point...

Why the heck not? She hadn't been hurt or bit. Hell, she didn't even rush out of the building. She non-chalantly(sp?) killed a zomibe and didn't even appear to be flustered as she made her way out of the building.

If she won't try to STEAL the truck then she has a knife. CUT. THE. TIRES. There is no logical reason to not do this using the logic this world has setup.

serial_crusher: How do you know how long it took him to drag her back?

I do not. I shall conceed that point.

Things aren't making sense in your chronology here.  She couldn't steal the truck at the prison, because she was too busy getting her ass kicked by the Governor at that point.  And we know the Governor drove from the field to the factory, so there's no "if he drove" about it on that side.

She obviously could/should have slashed the tires on her way out of the factory, but we don't have any evidence that she didn't.  Nobody knows how the Governor got from the factory to the prison.  He just showed up there.

/ If she didn't slash the tires, my guess would be that it was because she exited the other side of the building and was more concerned with getting the fark out of there.  Not a good excuse, but feasible.

But he showed back up at Woodbury with the truck still intact. Unless he is driving around with a bunch of spares in the back (which would actually be a pretty smart thing to do), then Andrea didn't slash anything. But I think it all comes down to Andrea still being a bit of a dumbass. She left the Governor fighting for his life and just assumed he was as good as dead, which by now with both Rick, and Merle coming back from certain doom situations is a stupid thing to do at this point. She should have disabled the truck if the Governor still had the keys, but she didn't because: Andrea.


I blame the comic for the precident of a character (Tyrese in this case) getting locked in a room full of walkers and surviving (in this case with just a hammer.) Which I guess in kind of ok once in a great while to establish your character as a bad ass but now Carol is living through it the only thing left is letting Judith fight off a horde with her rattle.
 
2013-03-18 01:30:32 PM  

serial_crusher: MagSeven: Unless he is driving around with a bunch of spares in the back (which would actually be a pretty smart thing to do),

Yeah, I didn't want to bring that up.  "GAWD! Why didn't she slash THOSE TIRES TOO?!?!?!"

Maybe he keeps a stash of them somewhere and she doesn't know where the stash is....


See, now that would be a great outtake video for the DVD boxset:

*The Gov walks up to his truck, sees the tire slashed. He shakes his head and sighs. Next scene he is out there twirling off lugbolts in silence. He drops one. In full british accent "Bloody Hell!".
 
2013-03-18 01:32:34 PM  

Jim from Saint Paul: serial_crusher: MagSeven: Unless he is driving around with a bunch of spares in the back (which would actually be a pretty smart thing to do),

Yeah, I didn't want to bring that up.  "GAWD! Why didn't she slash THOSE TIRES TOO?!?!?!"

Maybe he keeps a stash of them somewhere and she doesn't know where the stash is....

See, now that would be a great outtake video for the DVD boxset:

*The Gov walks up to his truck, sees the tire slashed. He shakes his head and sighs. Next scene he is out there twirling off lugbolts in silence. He drops one. In full british accent "Bloody Hell!".


Whips out his Sonic Screwdriver and....

/or his truck is a TARDIS....
 
2013-03-18 01:34:58 PM  

Jim from Saint Paul: serial_crusher: MagSeven: Unless he is driving around with a bunch of spares in the back (which would actually be a pretty smart thing to do),

Yeah, I didn't want to bring that up.  "GAWD! Why didn't she slash THOSE TIRES TOO?!?!?!"

Maybe he keeps a stash of them somewhere and she doesn't know where the stash is....

See, now that would be a great outtake video for the DVD boxset:

*The Gov walks up to his truck, sees the tire slashed. He shakes his head and sighs. Next scene he is out there twirling off lugbolts in silence. He drops one. In full british accent "Bloody Hell!".


Also, I couldn't tell but was the bed of his truck covered up or open? That would explain how he could sneak Andrea back in (knock her ass out, put her in the covered up bed).
/I also love how crazy Rick convinced himself he was hallucinating and just went back to business as usual when Andrea got grabbed up at the end.
 
2013-03-18 01:41:42 PM  

serial_crusher: Maybe he keeps a stash of them somewhere and she doesn't know where the stash is....


Yes but even changing one tire would take hours.  It is a standard in the show that if you do not move for more than 30 seconds when out in the open a group of walkers instantly apperates around you.  Take one lugnut off, kill a dozen walkers, take off your second lugnut, kill another dozen....
 
2013-03-18 02:01:31 PM  

MagSeven: Jim from Saint Paul: serial_crusher: MagSeven: Unless he is driving around with a bunch of spares in the back (which would actually be a pretty smart thing to do),

Yeah, I didn't want to bring that up.  "GAWD! Why didn't she slash THOSE TIRES TOO?!?!?!"

Maybe he keeps a stash of them somewhere and she doesn't know where the stash is....

See, now that would be a great outtake video for the DVD boxset:

*The Gov walks up to his truck, sees the tire slashed. He shakes his head and sighs. Next scene he is out there twirling off lugbolts in silence. He drops one. In full british accent "Bloody Hell!".

Also, I couldn't tell but was the bed of his truck covered up or open? That would explain how he could sneak Andrea back in (knock her ass out, put her in the covered up bed).
/I also love how crazy Rick convinced himself he was hallucinating and just went back to business as usual when Andrea got grabbed up at the end.


I think Rick just saw something out of the corner of his eye, rather than straight up seeing her.
 
2013-03-18 02:02:31 PM  

Saiga410: For some reason I want to see as the season ender, Milton having the gov tied to the special chair while doing the whole does a zombie remember his past routine.  I take it as a given that the gov is bitten and will change some time in the last episode.  I just cannot see how you get Rick's group out of the prison and Woodbury in flames and that happen though.


Did you notice the whistling. That's gonna be the clue that something still remains after the gov becomes a zombie.
 
2013-03-18 02:03:31 PM  

Shakin_Haitian: MagSeven: Jim from Saint Paul: serial_crusher: MagSeven: Unless he is driving around with a bunch of spares in the back (which would actually be a pretty smart thing to do),

Yeah, I didn't want to bring that up.  "GAWD! Why didn't she slash THOSE TIRES TOO?!?!?!"

Maybe he keeps a stash of them somewhere and she doesn't know where the stash is....

See, now that would be a great outtake video for the DVD boxset:

*The Gov walks up to his truck, sees the tire slashed. He shakes his head and sighs. Next scene he is out there twirling off lugbolts in silence. He drops one. In full british accent "Bloody Hell!".

Also, I couldn't tell but was the bed of his truck covered up or open? That would explain how he could sneak Andrea back in (knock her ass out, put her in the covered up bed).
/I also love how crazy Rick convinced himself he was hallucinating and just went back to business as usual when Andrea got grabbed up at the end.

I think Rick just saw something out of the corner of his eye, rather than straight up seeing her.


Yeah, but that was definitely a "oh shiat I'm hallucinating again" look on his face.
I think he saw enough to recognize it was Andrea waving to him, then she was gone.
 
2013-03-18 02:08:59 PM  

serial_crusher: Whatever happened to those cholos at the old folks home in Atlanta?  Maybe Rick will make some pact with them to help out in the war.


There's a deleted scene that you can watch on Youtube that explains this.  It's takes place right after they leave the CDC.  I won't spoil, because it's worth a watch.
 
2013-03-18 02:17:38 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: Jim from Saint Paul: serial_crusher: MagSeven: Unless he is driving around with a bunch of spares in the back (which would actually be a pretty smart thing to do),

Yeah, I didn't want to bring that up.  "GAWD! Why didn't she slash THOSE TIRES TOO?!?!?!"

Maybe he keeps a stash of them somewhere and she doesn't know where the stash is....

See, now that would be a great outtake video for the DVD boxset:

*The Gov walks up to his truck, sees the tire slashed. He shakes his head and sighs. Next scene he is out there twirling off lugbolts in silence. He drops one. In full british accent "Bloody Hell!".

Whips out his Sonic Screwdriver and....

/or his truck is a TARDIS....


i.telegraph.co.uk
 
2013-03-18 02:21:22 PM  

hork_monkey: serial_crusher: Whatever happened to those cholos at the old folks home in Atlanta?  Maybe Rick will make some pact with them to help out in the war.

There's a deleted scene that you can watch on Youtube that explains this.  It's takes place right after they leave the CDC.  I won't spoil, because it's worth a watch.


Thank you for alerting me of that.  Good scene.  For those who don't want to google.
 
2013-03-18 02:33:45 PM  

serial_crusher: hork_monkey: serial_crusher: Whatever happened to those cholos at the old folks home in Atlanta?  Maybe Rick will make some pact with them to help out in the war.

There's a deleted scene that you can watch on Youtube that explains this.  It's takes place right after they leave the CDC.  I won't spoil, because it's worth a watch.

Thank you for alerting me of that.  Good scene.  For those who don't want to google.


Pity they deleted that. That was great.
 
2013-03-18 02:34:42 PM  

serial_crusher: hork_monkey: serial_crusher: Whatever happened to those cholos at the old folks home in Atlanta?  Maybe Rick will make some pact with them to help out in the war.

There's a deleted scene that you can watch on Youtube that explains this.  It's takes place right after they leave the CDC.  I won't spoil, because it's worth a watch.

Thank you for alerting me of that.  Good scene.  For those who don't want to google.


Well that's.....depressing.
 
2013-03-18 02:40:01 PM  

serial_crusher: hork_monkey: serial_crusher: Whatever happened to those cholos at the old folks home in Atlanta?  Maybe Rick will make some pact with them to help out in the war.

There's a deleted scene that you can watch on Youtube that explains this.  It's takes place right after they leave the CDC.  I won't spoil, because it's worth a watch.

Thank you for alerting me of that.  Good scene.  For those who don't want to google.

This one is a bit longer and has more backstory. Thanks for the heads up though. I had no idea these were on Youtube.
 
2013-03-18 02:47:30 PM  

serial_crusher: hork_monkey: serial_crusher: Whatever happened to those cholos at the old folks home in Atlanta?  Maybe Rick will make some pact with them to help out in the war.

There's a deleted scene that you can watch on Youtube that explains this.  It's takes place right after they leave the CDC.  I won't spoil, because it's worth a watch.

Thank you for alerting me of that.  Good scene.  For those who don't want to google.


Longer scene, including inside the home
 
2013-03-18 02:48:48 PM  

MagSeven: serial_crusher: hork_monkey: serial_crusher: Whatever happened to those cholos at the old folks home in Atlanta?  Maybe Rick will make some pact with them to help out in the war.

There's a deleted scene that you can watch on Youtube that explains this.  It's takes place right after they leave the CDC.  I won't spoil, because it's worth a watch.

Thank you for alerting me of that.  Good scene.  For those who don't want to google.
This one is a bit longer and has more backstory. Thanks for the heads up though. I had no idea these were on Youtube.


The timestamp difference will tell you how far in I am in the clip. Whoops.
 
2013-03-18 02:52:26 PM  

Ecobuckeye: MagSeven: serial_crusher: hork_monkey: serial_crusher: Whatever happened to those cholos at the old folks home in Atlanta?  Maybe Rick will make some pact with them to help out in the war.

There's a deleted scene that you can watch on Youtube that explains this.  It's takes place right after they leave the CDC.  I won't spoil, because it's worth a watch.

Thank you for alerting me of that.  Good scene.  For those who don't want to google.
This one is a bit longer and has more backstory. Thanks for the heads up though. I had no idea these were on Youtube.

The timestamp difference will tell you how far in I am in the clip. Whoops.


No worries. Why the fark did they cut those scenes? They were great! Maybe Kirkman wants to revisit the Vatos and needed to keep them alive in canon?
 
2013-03-18 03:04:08 PM  

MagSeven: serial_crusher: hork_monkey: serial_crusher: Whatever happened to those cholos at the old folks home in Atlanta?  Maybe Rick will make some pact with them to help out in the war.

There's a deleted scene that you can watch on Youtube that explains this.  It's takes place right after they leave the CDC.  I won't spoil, because it's worth a watch.

Thank you for alerting me of that.  Good scene.  For those who don't want to google.
This one is a bit longer and has more backstory. Thanks for the heads up though. I had no idea these were on Youtube.


Another thank you here.  Fantastic find, had no idea.
 
2013-03-18 03:18:18 PM  

MagSeven: serial_crusher: hork_monkey: serial_crusher: Whatever happened to those cholos at the old folks home in Atlanta?  Maybe Rick will make some pact with them to help out in the war.

There's a deleted scene that you can watch on Youtube that explains this.  It's takes place right after they leave the CDC.  I won't spoil, because it's worth a watch.

Thank you for alerting me of that.  Good scene.  For those who don't want to google.
This one is a bit longer and has more backstory. Thanks for the heads up though. I had no idea these were on Youtube.


Hmm, I like the part with Glen being chummy about the fact that they took him hostage.  Not so forgiving with the Governor.
 
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