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Ugh....I really wanted the Governor gone. Was hoping all the statements about there being a resolution in the finale were true....

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Some of the fake spoilers would have made a better season finale lol. but it was good.

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It's not that it was bad. It's that they said there would be resolution so a lot of us were expecting, and eagerly awaiting the next chapter, and we got the opposite of that. It was still a good episode, and seeing the Governor turn into Satan re-incarnated was pretty powerful, but the last five minutes were really underwhelming....

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i think the ending was due to all the spoiler/blogger's out there. they had to throw a curve ball. but yeah i'm giving this finale 2 1/2 corpses

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for readers of the comics, andreas death was pretty shocking.

remember what i was telling you pstall? you guys actually cheated yourselves out of an impact by not reading.

i'm in shock anyway. i hated the actress playing her, but i really like andrea's character. another lesson for rick about the New World

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I thought the finale was good but i do think that it left me wanting more. That was probably the idea. I understand the governor arc going further. He is a great villain and they can do some interesting things with him next season.

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carl is one badass 12 year old

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Lame as fug... More thoughts tomorrow...

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