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10 hours ago, cookinbrak said:

OK, TWD is on the East Coast. Fear is on the West Coast. Nobody's walking that far.

 

who says Morgan went to them? 

Seems like the only time gap that makes sense for Morgan to meet up with them is after he first met Rick and then Rick found the crazy version.  Pretty sure Morgan also mentioned that he had been trying to reach him that entire time on the walkie talkie.  Which again, sets the page for Morgan to have never left the area.

Sounds like Fear moves faster or does little time jump and heads east.   From what I have seen of Fear....that male kid (can't remember his name) embraced covering himself with zombie parts almost immediately.  They have to come east and now become those who wear dead people IMO.  Only possible way that isnt' full retard to mesh Morgan into it. 

outside of that, Morgan would need a teleporter to go to the West Coast and then find himself right back home so quick....in a world with little to no transportation at that time.   He might could of gotten there.  But he wouldn't be able to go there and then comeback in that time frame.  Not when factoring the world they have painted.  

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I didn't see how the last season of FTWD ended, as I still haven't watched the second half... but...

There was a helicopter featured in the first half of that season. Basically, it got shot down/forced to land, a certain group of people salvaged it and were trying to repair it.

Maybe that's where the helicopter comes in?

I believe the FTWD were last in Oklahoma or Texas or somewhere out in the midwest, not west coast. So it would be plausible for them to make it to Virginia.

Honestly, though, if it isn't one of a few actors that actually interact with TWD crew/Morgan at some point, it will be, like most TWD TV things, pretty anti-climactic.

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On 11/30/2017 at 11:02 AM, Cary Kollins said:

I haven't watched in three weeks and it feels great.

Has any crazy poo happened?

Lennie James is the best actor on TWD by far, kudos to him for getting out. Is FWD as big a dumpster fire as the flagship?

Same here.  My wife and I religiously watched after we binged what we missed right before season 4 and loved it...  But, probably starting with Glenn's dumpster stunt, I felt they jumped the shark but kept watching out of habit.  Then their handling of the timing of Glenn and Abraham's deaths and Negan's introduction just kind of zeroed out any motivation I had left to watch.  My wife stopped caring as well.  I watched this season's premiere, told her about it, and we both just kind of forgot it was coming on each week, lol.  So, I avoided this thread for a few weeks, not wanting to see any spoilers for when I caught up, and then today I said eff it...  I don't know if I'll watch again, so I may as well get the cliff notes here and decide.

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2 minutes ago, Proudiddy said:

Same here.  My wife and I religiously watched after we binged what we missed right before season 4 and loved it...  But, probably starting with Glenn's dumpster stunt, I felt they jumped the shark but kept watching out of habit.  Then their handling of the timing of Glenn and Abraham's deaths and Negan's introduction just kind of zeroed out any motivation I had left to watch.  My wife stopped caring as well.  I watched this season's premiere, told her about it, and we both just kind of forgot it was coming on each week, lol.  So, I avoided this thread for a few weeks, not wanting to see any spoilers for when I caught up, and then today I said eff it...  I don't know if I'll watch again, so I may as well get the cliff notes here and decide.

 

Yeah im just gonna catch up on wikia or something. Too many quality shows to watch to waste time on below average shlock.

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Also, without knowing what exactly has happened in TWD the last 3 episodes, I had been watching FTWD since the beginning, although it has gotten much worse than even TWD has.  Very unbelievable.  Forced heroes.  Bad writing/plot progression...  But,

Nick - the recovered junkie, and the male lead of FTWD, is a likable enough character, and he indeed does love to wear the walkers innards, guts, and blood.  FTWD has also repeatedly made a point to play on the idea of the undead being the desired state in this new world...  Different characters on the show, including Nick, have made allusions to the walkers being sort of, "reborn," and being in such a primal state, are purest, freest form of existence, or something along those lines.  So, it's sort of like a worshipping of the undead...  All that being said, it was rumored since season 1 that they may end up meshing the shows together with the FTWD group becoming The Whisperers.  As others have mentioned, there was a helicopter in the past season, and when the season ended, it has the compound they were staying at essentially done for and them packing up and moving out.  Also, the first season made a couple of mentions of people heading East because they heard it was safe or that there were settlements there, so it's safe to say I think they're going to meet up soon.  But, from what I know of The Whisperers of the comics, the leader seems to teeter somewhere on the batshit crazy/occultist evil hippie scale, and at this point in the show, Nick doesn't seem to be that guy.  As I said, he's a likable character with flaws, but seems to have a respect for humanity, despite his fascination with the walkers and the paradox of the being the living versus joining the undead. 

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I assumed the FTWD group was going to kind of replace the group we saw in the comics led by Magna. It would be about the right timing, as All Out War should be coming to a close, one would hope, at the end of this season.

In fact, Alycia Debnam Carey kinda looks like Magna to me...

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3 hours ago, Porn Shop Clerk said:

FTWD makes TWD look like Breaking Bad.

The most annoying and unlikeable cast of characters. Alycia is pretty hot though. 

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On 12/1/2017 at 11:18 AM, Bronn said:

I didn't see how the last season of FTWD ended, as I still haven't watched the second half... but...

There was a helicopter featured in the first half of that season. Basically, it got shot down/forced to land, a certain group of people salvaged it and were trying to repair it.

Maybe that's where the helicopter comes in?

I believe the FTWD were last in Oklahoma or Texas or somewhere out in the midwest, not west coast. So it would be plausible for them to make it to Virginia.

Honestly, though, if it isn't one of a few actors that actually interact with TWD crew/Morgan at some point, it will be, like most TWD TV things, pretty anti-climactic.

The helicopter is gone.

Their last location was in Mexico, near the border, probably near AZ.  The leader of a new villain group did mention something about trying to control trade from the Gulf to Pacific and was going to take one of the characters with him to Houston, but with the way the season ended it did not seem as if that was happening.

Of course I think it has only been maybe two months on that show so I suppose they have time.  Honestly though it is pretty clear that the people behind all this do not care about things making sense at this point.

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49 minutes ago, Goondal said:

The helicopter is gone.

Their last location was in Mexico, near the border, probably near AZ.  The leader of a new villain group did mention something about trying to control trade from the Gulf to Pacific and was going to take one of the characters with him to Houston, but with the way the season ended it did not seem as if that was happening.

Of course I think it has only been maybe two months on that show so I suppose they have time.  Honestly though it is pretty clear that the people behind all this do not care about things making sense at this point.

When they announced the crossover my thought was Eugene,  rosita, and Abraham meeting the group in passing in houston. Or one of the ftwd group joining their group and being lost along the way. 

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On 12/3/2017 at 4:01 PM, jasonluckydog said:

If they put the FTWD cast as the whisper folks that would be pretty brilliant 

Except Rick Grimes would kill them all in the intro to the first episode. They all SUCK

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On 12/1/2017 at 1:44 PM, Proudiddy said:

Same here.  My wife and I religiously watched after we binged what we missed right before season 4 and loved it...  But, probably starting with Glenn's dumpster stunt, I felt they jumped the shark but kept watching out of habit.  Then their handling of the timing of Glenn and Abraham's deaths and Negan's introduction just kind of zeroed out any motivation I had left to watch.  My wife stopped caring as well.  I watched this season's premiere, told her about it, and we both just kind of forgot it was coming on each week, lol.  So, I avoided this thread for a few weeks, not wanting to see any spoilers for when I caught up, and then today I said eff it...  I don't know if I'll watch again, so I may as well get the cliff notes here and decide.

I stopped watching after the episode where Tara finds the women with the guns.  I still listen to a podcast on it though as I like the two guys doing the pod and listen to them for several shows.  Evidently I am not the only one as they get e-mails every week from people that stopped watching and keep up through them.

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I know it's pointless to complain about it at this point, but it was glaringly obvious in this last episode. The crazy unnecessarily tough woman leader of the Saviors was firing her AR-15 at some walkers and not only was there no actioning of the gun but the dust cover on the ejection port was closed. Closed. At this point it has become a thing I laugh about. However, it shows how truly awful and how little they care now. They aren't even trying anymore. Which is too bad because the guy who plays Eugene certainly was doing his best. When thinking about the motivations and then plans of the cast this last episode...it's just a giant facepalm. So bad.

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