I didn't notice that scene being off from what I remember. Maybe it had to do with Rick wanting to not use the gun because it would cause a ruckus, so he had to use the knife....or stick the gun in the walker's head and then fire so it's muffled.
The only part that didn't make sense to me was when dude asked Gabriel to close the gate. Like he literally said, "Hey mind closing that gate? Thanks". It's only the most important duty in your entire life and you just walk away and nonchalantly ask someone else to do it. I guess it goes along with the idea that the Alexandria people are clueless, but I thought that was a bit of a reach. Otherwise, no complaints from me about the episode. So many great moments from start to finish.
I love how it's the gate keeping them alive during the zombie apocalypse and Gabriel shut it as if he was at a barbecue and had his hand full with chicken wings and just shut the sliding door going to the backyard or something.
No, a dick move is talking about the episode that aired five minutes after it happened.
You fugs have killed so much that I stopped watching the episode before Noah gets it. I hope all of you are happy. And some of you can fuging die in a god damn fire.
You need to wisen the fug up and not click on the walking dead thread until after you've watched the episode.
This is 700+ replies of talking about the show the minute it is over. Why would you even think to open this thread until you've caught up? That's got to be some of the most illogical poo I've ever heard.
If someone talks about spoilers on events that haven't happened yet, that's fuged up. If people want to talk about the walking dead with other walking dead fans as soon as the episode is over, that's basically exactly what this thread is for.
I stay away from this thread at all costs until I've watched the episode. Sometimes it's right after it aired live, sometimes it's a couple days after when I had a chance to finally watch it on DVR.
You're missing the point that they weren't going to give him a long-term deal before the BS Nicole Holder BS..
Do you not understand they were just renting Hardy ..
But if they made the decision to not retain Hardy because they couldn't trust his decision-making prior to him making a really bad decision, then that decision just solidified their already founded concerns.
I don't think it makes them hypocritical to draft Gregory because of that. In fact, I'd say it makes me confident that they are looking at players on individual merit and not just putting "troubled" players in a vacuum and saying nope we don't want those guys with problems.
Is one a day really a lot?! Its not as though you see like 5 or 6 threads all by me flood the first page, judging by how everyone on here makes it sound, you would I think I post every hour or something.
Don't let people deter you from making threads Tico Broheim.
Worst possible outcome is people make fun of you and give you a hard time. Best case, it generates a discussion. You really can't go wrong.
People give you a hard time because it's basically the slowest time of the year on here right now and so when you create a thread it tends to marinate at the top of the board for a while, and you've developed a reputation for rapid thread creation.