Question regarding Jenner in the first season combined with a comic spoiler
Does Jenner tell Rick that everyone is infected and they are literally the Walking Dead and thats how the comic went? I didn't read comics I just know parts here and there. But thats what I believe Jenner said, I don't even know if he was in the comics but, that would seem like the only reason they brought it up in the beginning of season 2 but never said what it was. And why Rick shot Scrawny Tony in the head.
Now relating to what happened in episode one
Who thinks the girl is going to be bed ridden till the end of the season, die, and comeback and thats when they reveal it.
The minute that fat guy started pissing on the floor I knew they were going to just be a couple of shitheads that were going to try and fuck things up. My mom and I both watch this and we just looked at each other and said "YUP"
Who the fuck gave Andrea permission after her last few mishaps to still have a gun? The fuck are they thinking?
When Rick shot them both I thought that was fucking awesome and I wasn't expecting it at all, the reaction time was perfect.
Theory about Laurie in next episode. I think the rest of those guy's friends from the bar are going to find Laurie in the road and hold her hostage
At least someone will get in trouble trying to find her . Probably Shane.
As much as it's starting to look like it won't happen, [comic spoiler] I really hope Carl shoots Shane.
Fucking hell, for once we get introduced to a new character that was acting all nice and interesting, then he gets fucking shot.
supposed to make those who had into thinking he was the Governor. However, Kirkman didn't say he wasn't the Governor, so I have a suspicion that he's not dead. They made it very obvious that the other guy was dead (he was shot three times, once in the head, and Rick checked). But the other one? Nope. Rick just shot him, and that was that - despite the fact that he was the obviously manipulative, more dangerous one. I think viewers were supposed to believe he was the Governor, except then Rick 'killed' him so that he couldn't have been. Then we're not supposed to expect it if he does turn up.
If you're right, then ignore my theory, obviously. Although it's worth noting what Kirkman said anyhow.
Although I did see a couple of news articles stating that the actor who plays him was recurring, so take that as you will.
I think that those two men will have something to do with the governor from the comic.
Also, it's cool to hear some people watch this with their family. I watch this with my dad.
My Mom despises this show. So I sit alone on Sunday night watching it while my mom is upstairs pissed off about the show existing.
My mom would hate this show but I watch it with my Dad and he doesn't really mind all the gruesome details. He watches it a day or two earlier than me since he has the DVR and I am usually away or working when it starts so we both re-watch it together. I'm surprised he actually likes it since hes not really that type of guy to like a brutal and gruesome show like this, including the zombie part.
I watch this show with my mother and step dad(If he's allowed to come to our house).
She was hooked on the first episode of Season 2.
I really shouldn't read comic spoilers, but it's interesting to see what they change from comic to TV.
Andrea has a constant duckface.
I'm still a fan, regardless of the "soap opera" that's going on lately. I'm just hoping it'll pass over and we'll have some gorey zombie killing action packed show some day.
Probably one of their group discussing something like taking over Hershel's farm, hence the "Son of a bitch, they're alive" thing.
Lorie should just straight up die, I was beginning to think she was alright until that last episode. Needless drama like ramping a car up a fucking bank because she thought "oh my experienced husband and glen who have killed multiple walkers totally need me who has killed a total of none to go save them" the train of thought is just retarded. I just don't enjoy watching the pointless drama half the women bring into it.
god DAMN it sucks being caught up on this show
If he is, indeed, recurring, it could just be flashbacks full-stop. As in, we find out about those characters, and why they did what they did, and so on. This could particularly be the case if the rest of the group plays a significant part in this half of the season.
Dear God, finally watched Nebraska.
I didn't think it was possible but I feel like Lori was put in there to genuinely hate. MY HUSBAND WENT TO GET THE OWNER OF THE FARM 15 MINUTES AGO, BETTER FOLLOW EVEN THOUGH I HAVE NO IDEA WHERE I'M GOING OH GOD CAR ACCIDENT. So genuinely fucking stupid. That was so awful. I am still irritated about if even though I watched it last night
The episode was really, really good
if you ignore the part about the car accident , it's as good as S1
I'm pretty sure that makes it even worse
"yay I'm pregnant, I should probably go fight zombies"