I find the lack of logical strategies and consistency funny, outside the zombies where like half interested, inside they are athletes. Outside they waste ammo when logic dictates that all they needed to do was wait at the fence and stab them all in the head as they came up, inside they could just make noise and wait for the athlete zombies to come running up to a locked bar door.
Just sayin' :P
It's not as bad as Revolution though, so many plot holes and inconsistencies it's unwatchable besides for funsies trying to find the flaws.
Just watched episode of season 3 such a gruesome episode.
Also Carl and Beth? Oh god... She's supposed to be 16 but looks like she's in her 20s. I also don't know many 16 year old girls that would go for a 13 year old boy who looks 8. /shrug
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I honestly thought it was pretty boring.
I'm still trying to overcome the bemusement of season two, which was beyond terrible.
im still trying to figure out if Hershel will live, i mean blood travels fast but if not much got to his body before amputation may not turn him or maybe he could be partly turned but i want him to live hes a cool character and actor, on the talking dead he said he got the job after his mom (yeah this old dudes mom is still alive) told him to try for the show after they watched it
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And I guess in a zombie apocalypse you take whatever companionship you can get.
Maybe this is there way of trying to bring his humanity back abit, since him becoming cold was such a big thing last season.
kinda wish they didnt skip winter, would have been cool to see the survivial through that.