Although if they replace Mishonne's part in the upcoming episodes with Maggie, I see Glen going all badass Rick style slaughter, that is after he cries for a good 2 hours.
Having read the comics I know what to expect roughly, the two have a slightly different story such as the CDC was never in the comics which is the only one I can reveal that doesn't spoil anything.
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wasnt to hard to predict Carol wasnt dead when idk they never showed her dieing...
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I was really hoping for Merle not to go back to Woodbury but meh you gotta keep story going. Anyway how on earth is Daryl atracted to Carol, she could basicly be his mom...
---------- Post added 2012-11-19 at 08:54 PM ----------
basically like how, in the comics, Andrea was with Dale. They needed companionship after their loved ones died and there wasn't much choice. In the end they did sorta fall for each other, but it didn't start like that.
I am getting progressively more annoyed by Andrew Lincoln's acting (Rick) the more I see of this season.
The very forced accent. Him talking much lower and softer than his real voice.
The very forced macho walk. Every yard he walks this season turns into a very dramatic display of aggressive masculinity.
The cheesy dialog doesn't help his case either.
Honestly the list could go on and on. He, the prison break guy and the lady that plays the grandmother on parenthood are very much tied for most annoying acting ever in my book.
The third season started off well but now it feels like they're running out of ideas/epicness since the last two episodes were lackluster, maybe they're setting up for something big or my expectations are just too high since the first two seasons were badass.
At the most annoying acting comment, go re-watch the last couple of episodes and pay attention to Andrea.
---------- Post added 2012-11-20 at 08:49 AM ----------
Like T Dog's death, zombie just comes out of nowhere and bites him on the shoulder, thought that was a bit lame.