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conundrum 11/8/2011 3:40:39 PM

@Joe - When they reveal the secret of the barn, you'll understand my question better.  ;-)

Roqueja 11/8/2011 9:41:43 PM

I am fashionably late to the party, as I couldn't watch the newest episode untill today.  I think that the pacing is growing on me.  It wasn't an action packed episode, but I loved the whole thing.  It hit just the right notes between the books and the originality of the television series.  I even liked Lori this time out, and I generally hate her dramatic moments.  However, one point to be raised is... didn't it look like Darryl had found where the girl had been bunking out in the closet?  Why did he not mention this right away to her mother or Rick or anybody?  Did I miss something there?  More Walking Dead please.

fatpantz 11/8/2011 11:05:30 PM

I stand corrected Joe....I often forget that having read the books has some disadvantages.  Looking back at the scenes now, it does make more sense from a writer/viewer aspect.  As well when Glen originally picks up the box of tampons, it was a bit of misdirection for the viewers that are in the dark.


JoeArtistWriter 11/9/2011 9:41:56 AM

conundrum, I have read the books, but I'm not assuming anything. My guess is the secret in the book will be the same secret on the TV series, but you never know.

Roqueja, I agree. The pacing works for me. Make the actual zombie attack that much more intense.

fatpantz, exactly.

JoeArtistWriter 11/9/2011 12:38:19 PM

Wiseguy, I agree the well scene was stupid in the sense that water was contaminated the minute a walking husk of dead flesh stepped its toe in it. Not sure why a bullet wouldn't have been a safer, better idea. No ammount of boiling that water would make it safe. I wonder if they are going to pay off the fact the cows have been drinking from that well and the farm has been using the milk.

samson, I didn't catch that but it's possible they didn't tie the horse because they didn't want them immobile in case of a zombie attack. Most likely the horses would return to the farm if they were spooked. (At least that's the way it goes in every western I've ever seen.

hfc, I'm in full agreement.

ReleaseThese, somehow Hershel's place is a safe haven and he seems to feel protected from this epidemic. We may get answers, and that's a valid question.

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