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Walking dead season 3

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True. Dale might be a better comparison.

Loved how he went out fighting though.

Was the only way haha pretty good episode

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Spoilers for tonight's episode if you haven't seen it

Im still really enjoying the show, but the deaths don't have the emotional impact they once did. Just think they may have over done them or relied to much on them. Thats really disappointing considering tonight's should've been really impactful. All things considered it was necessary and still good, just no longer the "Whoa.." factor it once had.

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And because it deserves to be said, Norman Reedus is just a phenomenal actor.

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God episode. I liked him more in the end than I.liked Lori

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Good*

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I agree with PSC... Zombies are just a plot device at this point...

Isn't that essentially true of the entire zombie genre though?

Heck, you could say that of monster stories in general.

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When Rick announced that he was going to give Michonne up at the start of the ep, it got me out of kilter because I tout that all that was settled earlier.

A lot of the ep. was a bit predictable but it was great to see Merle do what he did, and again, the show takes you where you didn't think it would in his case.

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Spoilers for tonight's episode. If you haven't seen it, skip this.

Episode was great. Reedus is phenomenal. Great lead up to next week.

I have a theory with the Merle/Michonne deal. Michonne's chained walkers, they were used to protect her, right?

What if Merle had what he did planned from the start? what if taking Michonne was his way of showing her that he isn't a monster. it was his chance to tell her where his heart was. help her understand him. but the imagery. at one point, he held on to the long piece of wire that was tying her hands together as she walked in front of him...just like her walkers did....to protect her. him taking her out to "give her up to the Governor" was his way of protecting her from Rick, because while Merle didn't know what Rick would ultimately decide, he did know the RIGHT choice was not giving Michonne up. He lead her out to protect her. might be a stretch...but if that was intentional, then the writing for this show is amazing.

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It's a sign of good writing when events can be open to different interpretations.

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It's a sign of good writing when events can be open to different interpretations.

Absolutely

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Spoilers for tonight's episode. If you haven't seen it, skip this.

Episode was great. Reedus is phenomenal. Great lead up to next week.

I have a theory with the Merle/Michonne deal. Michonne's chained walkers, they were used to protect her, right?

What if Merle had what he did planned from the start? what if taking Michonne was his way of showing her that he isn't a monster. it was his chance to tell her where his heart was. help her understand him. but the imagery. at one point, he held on to the long piece of wire that was tying her hands together as she walked in front of him...just like her walkers did....to protect her. him taking her out to "give her up to the Governor" was his way of protecting her from Rick, because while Merle didn't know what Rick would ultimately decide, he did know the RIGHT choice was not giving Michonne up. He lead her out to protect her. might be a stretch...but if that was intentional, then the writing for this show is amazing.

Wow I really like that interpretation...

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