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I love it. I absolutely despise the concept of previews.
In memory of Tusks.
Not so slowly losing their humanity.
Wanna bet Rick runs into zombiefied pregnant wife on the way back and kills her, scarring the hell out of Herschel and getting them kicked off the farm?
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I'll take that bet and raise ya. I bet she has a baby girl that looks kinda like Shane later on.
What you eat, don't make me shit.
I think it's pretty well established that Shane knocked her up.
Yeah, I'm surprised that people talk about it like it is a mystery.
I think what Rick just did was show Hershal that there's not so nice living people out there and if they found his farm they would have been playing with his daughters. The Asian kid looks like he's about to crap his pants too.
I may be mis-remembering, but I'm pretty sure Rick even acknowledged it at one point. He knows when they stopped having sex, and it was implied that it was well before the start of the series. He knows Shane was giving it to her. He knows he just got back a little bit ago, he knows shes was knocked up at the CDC. He knows it's Shane's.
How exactly did she get knocked up at the CDC? I know he tried to rape her, but it didn't happen.
Also, I'm glad Rick did what he did at the bar. Those guys were bad mother fers...
Rick found out that she was pregnant when they were at the CDC.
That isn't where she got pregnant but where he found out.
Gotcha. I misread Rocket_Plays post.
Shane and Rick's wife got down in Season 1 before Rick caught back up with them. It's Shane's kid, she and Rick had a conversation about it in the next to last episode of the season 2 first half. It's not that complicated.
And yes, Shane's going down it's just a matter of time. And it's pretty important to the story.
Logical answer would be that Dale will take out Shane. However, its likely that he won't. Which won't do anything for Dale's spirits. Lori (Rick's lady) has a lot more (aside from the car wreck) coming for her. She has been awful/annoying/useless to the group, and the storyline (aside from the pregnancy) for awhile.
Never watched it. On a scale of 1-10 how good is it?
I think Carl does it in the graphic novels, but they're going to change it up. My dad's like best friends now with the first asst director, but he only tells me select stuff that won't give away too much.
No, that's not true.
The secret he was told had something to do with the nature or walkers/the infection. He didn't find out until he found the pills.
Better than a lot of shows on TV, not even in the same league of top shows like Breaking Bad, etc.
Worth a watch for the occasional zombie killing, but the first half of this season was such a drag it almost made me stop watching.
Yeah I read somewhere that it was Carl. If you watch the previews Carl lines two different people up at some point this season, one being a 'walker'. That's pretty cool regarding your dad. I'm in the Atlanta area so I know a couple of people who have been walkers. Also traffic around my office was interesting for a couple of days.
Alright, I was just wondering. I know I seen a few post on TBB about the show but I never considered watching it till now.
Yeah, he was a zombie up front when Shane and Otis ran out of the trailer with the med supplies and into the school this past fall. They're gonna be back in March or April I think. The director guy gets put up in the apartment complex where my dad lives when he's here.
He's actually staying in a midtown condo now helping shoot Teen Wolf on MTV for a couple weeks. He and another guy who works on Walking Dead were at my dad's for the Super Bowl. The other guy is working on some VH1 show that's basically Sex in the City for black women and hates it.
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