So did they manage to kill any zombies?
it was an okay episode, i liked the bar scene - but there was still substantial dumbassery in this one too..
Still not convinced, it doesn't feel right and not just because I'm an avid reader of the source. There is no balance and too many wasted opportunities, give me one or two well written scenes then negate them with some wrench thrown into the story line. I despise the way they wrote Andrea and that Shane is still on two feet.
The bar scene ending did have one of my favorite Clutch songs though. Zombies and them seem to go together, L4D2 had Electric Worry in one of their trailers.
Whenever you see a fat dude in an English driving cap you know he's going to get smoked.
He's like the one black guy in a rifle squad in a war movie: It's inevitable.
Bar scene was cool.
Code:I really, really, really hope that daft bint has been finished in her gold Ford. She won't of course, which is a pity.
getting the episode now. hopefully the **** was worth the wait.
Of FFS, the stupidity of women knws no boundaries on TV! I mean, the way most women are portrayed, should have feminists blow up TV network stations left and right!
Yup, dumbassery runs rampant. Frankly, I can't believe that Shane hasn't cut Dale's f*cking head off already. Rick turns into Josey Wales all of a sudden was the highlight. And to quote my daughter "Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrghhhhhh why is Lori such a stupid bitch, I HATE HER!!!!"
I'm glad it started again so i can read all the hatred here
I thought the blonde picking up the severed arm was going to foreshadow something because it seemed really out of place.
I was like: ooohhhh something freaky is going to happen now... Walkers comming back to life jumping at her... But nope, she just jumped back on the truck and that's it...