Just seen the episode myself, and since everything has been spoiled already I guess I don't have to black out my lines.
Overall, only the Merle scenes were worth watching, but all the rest was just useless filler. Glenn once again saying he loves Maggie, Hershel being the oldie old man, Rick apologizing the group for keeping a secret, governor hanging around and saying one word the entire episode, Michonne being uber against walkers even without her sword...
I preferred last week's episode more, the ending to this episode was quite touching trough.
Still, I'm dissapointed. This is the second last episode to the season, and they've barely been doing anything, outside of Merle throwing his life to the governor. Even season 2 had an amazing second last episode, with Shane and all. The very last episode has to do a shitton of stuff to wrap up the season, or I'm afraid the governor will just be back in season 4.
I was also dissapointed not see'ing what happened to Andrea, considering last weeks episode ending
Never liked Merle anyway. Now if only Michonne would get killed I might like the full cast again. But either way, they know how to make a death sad. Much like with Lori, whom I absolutely despised, the reaction of Rick (and now Daryl) was enough to make them sad regardless. Not nearly as sad as Shane, since he remains my favorite character, but still. I figure Beth will die next week, which will annoy me since she is my favorite girl on the show so far.
Really good episode, picked things up nicely after the slow last few weeks. I wonder what next week will bring. As a veteran of the graphic novels it could be really crazy, although I doubt it will go that route.
Still sad to see another show go for another year. Not really sure what to watch anymore.
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I don't know if this has been said before as I didn't look through the posts but was I the only one who thought it seemed like Merle took his car through a car wash and got it detailed on the way picking up his swarm of undead? When he was hotwiring it the car was dirty as all hell and enough dirt/dust to make it look brown...but when he got closer to the meeting place it didn't have a spot on it, it actually looked like a nice car. Hell, even the glass was flawlessly clean (until the camera went back into the car.) Little nitpicky but that ruined the immersion for me.
Other than that I liked the episode. I wonder if Maggie or Glenn is going to die...because it's definitely one of them.
I also am not sure what to think about the next episode, they are clearly planning on leaving but I am wondering if they get rushed when they are preparing to leave...maybe they make their escape through the tombs and unlock cell doors as they go.
Safe: Rick, Carl, Michonne, Daryl
Probably Safe: Beth, Glenn, Maggie
Goners: Carol, Hershel
I think Beth will live because early in S3 there was a mild love interest thing going on between her and Carl (which was Sophia's role in the comics).
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A good episode finally! Back to the good old Walking Dead. Next episode is going to be badass, can't wait.
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The latest episode made me realize something.... The idea of the main cast getting zombified and attacking should've been explored more in the past. Or rather... Walkers we know, rather than demonized no-face walkers. Lori was killed off before she could turn. Shane is only one I can think of but even that wasn't that emotional of a scene to me.
Seeing old side characters appear in the Zombie hordes and such would be lovely
I wouldn't be surprised if they don't keep everyone around, though it would start to get stuffy with the people they inevitably will pick up from Woodbury. I'm guessing we will have to sacrifice a couple in order to have the new blood from WB.
All I know is if Daryl dies, ever, I'm not watching another episode. I would rather watch Boondock Saints 3: Zombies in Ireland than see the show without him. Speaking of which...I want to watch Shaun of the Dead now.
Glenn died in the comics did he not?
EDIT: Just looked it up, yes Glenn gets his head bashed in by Negan with a baseball bat.