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Yeah, her mom is a logical choice as are the two boyfriends she's lost.

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This episode isn't even done, and my reaction is: JESUS H. CHRIST!

 

 

That was the Red Wedding of The Walking Dead.

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Oh my... I look forward to being similarly gobsmacked tonight. :p

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Last night's episode was very intense. It would be one of the hardest things to do. I am surprised carol managed to do it.

Looks like "old yeller" just replaced crzy cheese and puddin!

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I see what you mean now Unknown. We were just like... Oh, whaaaaat. D:

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Predictions for the season finale:
 
* Terminus is not a good place.
 
* Rick, Carl, Michonne all survive.
 
* Some combination of Beth, Maggie, Glenn, and Daryl die.   At least one but probably not all four.  I'm guessing Beth is the most likely.
 
 
Also based on what I understand from the comics (which I've only read summaries of)

the group Daryl is with seems to share similarities with a group of bandits Rick, Carl, and Abraham meet that attack the group and attempt to rape Carl before being killed (the bandits, not Carl). They do have a hatred of Rick. Plus, the teaser for the upcoming episode says, "Rick comes face to face with sheer brutality."

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I like all the little things they've done in this series that link with other episodes, such as the group Darryl is with being the same group that went into Rick and co's safe house way back near the beginning, and the fire Darryl started being seen by Carol's group.

Everything all sends to fit together nicely even though you don't see everybody in every episode.

Can't wait for the finale... just wish the series was longer.

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I agree.  It feels like this section of the season really moved along (didn't drag like the previous season) and that different factions of the group were really in close proximity of each other but didn't know it.

I liked that.

 

Wish we knew what happened to Beth.

Think the lady at Terminus is extremely creepy....and that's only from a few minutes of screen time!

 

Hope the keep the graphic novel Karl seperate from the t.v. show Karl in respect to the rape thing...think it would way too violent for viewers.

I know I don't want that image in my head for the rest of this t.v. series!

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That was intense.

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yes, as intense as 2 episodes back from last nights.

 

And as a courtesy to Andy and those who haven't seen the season finale yet, I won't give my un-edited opinion on last nights episode until after they've viewed it. So, here's an edited version instead...

 

It was freak'n awesome!!!!!  Andrew Lincoln is amazing!  Don't know how I'll be able to wait until the fall for season 5 (already having withdrawls-lol )

 

just saying.... :hehe:

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There is a spoiler code you can use to hide spoilers. :)

And thanks for not ruining it :p

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Andrew Lincoln is amazing!

 

Agreed.  I thought also Chandler Riggs (Carl) and Dani Gurira (Michonne) were amazing as well. 

 

 

Some great lines:

 

Rick (to Daryl): "You're my brother."

Carl: "I’m not what he thinks I am. I’m just another monster."

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Bloody cliffhangers! :p

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Well, it's sunday...and no new episodes of the walking dead to watch...guess I will just have to force myself to watch the season premeire of game of thrones instead! : )

Oh, by the way, how did all of you like Rick's little love bite??

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love it!   :rofl:  :rofl:

 

Some people say that Rick lost his mind when he bit that guy, personally, I say he's totally sane.

I think he's got a clearer mindset as to what needs to be done now. Something that hasn't happened since the beginning of this whole thing.

 

Any thoughts?

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AMC is running a "dead, white and blue" marathon starting this friday!

 

They are also showing sneak peeks of the new season. :cool2:

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Just watched season 5 trailer...awesome!

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Yeah I can't wait. I dunno why every show has to start at the same time though...

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What else is starting at the same time?

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I can't remember now, lol

Well, they might not all start at the same time, but I always seem to end up with loads of shows to watch at the same time.

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Season 5 starts tomorrow.  Also, it's been renewed for another season.

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Holy mother ewoking sith!  That was awesome!

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Well, that was a lovely episode. Great to have this show back on TV... Never disappoints!

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