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Posted 18 March 2013 - 01:15 PM
i did not insult you. i just pointed out that you were being ignorant.
everyone does it from time to time.
You said I was being ignorant by saying I wasn't into Game of Thrones.
Don't see how that equates at all. How is non-interest in that show ignorant?
Posted 18 March 2013 - 01:55 PM
an example. i hate westerns. i even hate "classic" westerns, but despite that I gave Hell on Wheels a shot because of the writing, and i'm glad i did, because its now one of my top 3 shows.
i could have been an ignorant jackass (there's your insult ) and said "oh, westerns aren't mah cup of tea i suppose i'll go watch something shitty instead"
i just expect more out of you than most of the jackasses on these forums
Posted 18 March 2013 - 02:28 PM
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Posted 18 March 2013 - 02:38 PM
but this is important to andrea's character, and toughening her up
Posted 18 March 2013 - 02:46 PM
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Posted 18 March 2013 - 05:34 PM
But I don't think AMC will let him kill Daryl....yet. Further down the line I could see it happening if the ratings start slipping or something.
Posted 18 March 2013 - 06:52 PM
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Posted 18 March 2013 - 07:25 PM
I thought that was a weak episode. The plot didn't move much and there was hardly any character development. The hiding scene was suspenseful but overall meaningless. Reminded me a lot of season 2.
I thought the opposite. Character's developed. Milton, Andrea, Tyreese and his group. Governor showed more of what we already knew, but now Milton and Andrea see it. It's a set up episode for the next two.
To me, the hiding scene DID have a purpose. It was Andrea's moment. This has launched a pivotal point in her character. Her being able to sacrifice a warm bed and seemingly guaranteed safety due to the moral dilemma presented with the Governor's actions and the Woodbury/Prison conflict in general. And, just to add one more, it's her "cold blooded" moment. A couple episodes ago, she couldn't bring herself to murder the Governor in cold blood. Season 2, she sided with Dale on the Randall situation. This last episode, she released what seemed to be about 15 or so walkers on the Governor and no fugs were given. Comic Andrea is slowly coming forth....
It's also the episode where the Governor has completely become obsessed with killing outside survivors (namely Michonne, but also the rest of the group) and really asserting himself on people (ie, Milton), whereas before, he just sweet talked his away around people.
Plenty happened, with a bit more zombie killing just to keep the action going on so that these last two episodes, where action is guaranteed to get going, don't seem to have "forced" action in them.
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Posted 18 March 2013 - 07:46 PM
It wasn't a bad episode by any means, just weak given how well the rest of the season has gone.
Posted 18 March 2013 - 08:11 PM
The big character development in terms of the show last ep was the governor - I really do believe he's completely a bad guy now and he's completely sold himself to the idea that he deserves to have and hold power. "Show me, don't tell me" was never more shown on this show than this last ep. Nerdy assistant guy started making some sense, and Tyreese finally got some real attention. I've liked the past few shows that focus more on a smaller group of people than the back and forth with everyone getting moments type of show, but next week it will probably revert to that as things get heated up.
Posted 18 March 2013 - 11:14 PM
If you wanna explain what the pic has to do with things, that'd be good. Without any context though, a pic from a show I don't watch and a "this guy says hi" caption don't really say much to me.
BTW, you should definitely give GoT a shot. I haven't heard of anyone who has tried it and not become hooked. Most people like it more than TWD too.
Very similar kind of stuff to TWD in terms of complicated relationships, badasses, crazy people, etc, except there is a lot of, for lack of a better word, "strategy" to the relationships and the things going on. And the acting is, IMO, much superior to TWD.