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xpaladinx45 4/1/2013 11:08:49 AM

 lol violater, you're probably right.  Probably should try and sneak around while he is sleeping and at least make sure he is unarmed before going the belt route

momitchell7 4/1/2013 11:41:29 AM

It sucks being Carl... Think about it. It sucks being anyone in the zombia apocalypse, but he's been through a whole lotta hell for a little kid, without the maturity that an adult has to know how to properly deal with it.

I haven't read the comics (and from what I keep reading, I guess it doesn't matter much, due to all the changes), but I think Carl will turn out just fine... Of course he's going to be "hard", who wouldn't be? but I think he'll also turn out to be a compassionate leader. 

JonnyRotten 4/1/2013 11:52:41 AM

 Not the season finale I thought it would be.  Andrea's ending and Carl killing the kid didn't really surprise me.   She took way too long with the pliers and the kid should have dropped the gun and not try to hand it over, I don't blame Carl.

What surprised me was why the Govenor said thank you to Tyrese when he said he and his daughter didn't want to fight at the prison but would stay in Woodbury and protect the old and weak.   He just handed him a gun and said Thank you??? huh... a guy like that would want every able person to fight.  


SarcasticCaveman 4/1/2013 12:25:30 PM

 JonnyRotten, I assumed the Governor only said that because he wasn't completely over the edge yet, or possibly didn't want to reveal his true colors to the rest of his army.  You could tell he was pissed as f*ck that they weren't coming, that they didn't think it was their fight, but he bit his tongue to accomplish what he wanted to try to accomplish.

doublec 4/1/2013 12:33:30 PM

 I think the Gov saw Tyrese wasn't gonna bck down and had just enough sanity left at that point to let it drop. Then he lost that sanity and killed about 30 armed people with a clip of about that many bullets before any of them could fire back, but hey, insanity breeds insane acts.
VERY curious to see where they go with little DJ, I could almost see him joining the Gov if  Rick's not careful.

I actually liked Andrea but they had done everything they could with the character.
Overall I give the episode huge props for originaltiy if nothing. It was a swerve from what we were expecting but a well-executed swerve. I'm glad most people here liked it. Those twerps at IMDB were screaming so much about it  they crashed the server. I also like that the Gov survived, but I have a sneaky suspicion we may not see him again for a while, maybe not at all next season. 

Bryzarro 4/1/2013 12:36:22 PM

I think answer on why the prison not Woodbury is 2 fold.  1 someone pointed out you can better defend the prison and once it is properly cleared out it would make a better living space.  2 Woodbury the town can be burned down.  The prison can't.  That alone is why I would stay.  I more interested to see if they end up moving along to the other town they find in the comics.  

SinisterPryde 4/1/2013 12:50:57 PM

I think they made the right choice in the execution of the Season finale this year.  If it had been the massive blowout with people dying it would have felt like a rehash of the Season 2 finale.

The prison makes more sense than Woodbury simply because we've seen all season how easy it is to sneak into the town.  Even if you have 20 sentries.  Something Rick's group wouldn't have.  The town is too large for them to defend effectively against the human element.

Also, I saw on another site that its confirmed that David Morrisey will be a regular cast member next season so I guess The Governor will continue to be a presence on the show.

axia777 4/1/2013 1:44:04 PM

Weak weak weak ending. It was good, but it was ultra weak sauce after the lase episode. I felt liek they used up all the excitement for number 15 and 16 was just a huge let down. LAME.

And compared to the comic it was a total JOKE.

alienstatue 4/1/2013 2:11:23 PM

Enjoyed this episode. I did feel like it was just part 1 of 2 though. Oh well, I'll just have to wait for October. BTW - When is Breaking Bad back?? Dang I need that show back.

I also felt that the kid was going to try and pull a fast one on Carl. I think he made the good decision (in a Zombie world).

Andrea really bugged me, but for the most part it was the actress that bugged the crap out of me. The character didn't bother me as much as Lori did though

I get the feeling that the Gov. isn't going to be the main protagonist for next season, but on the other hand he has a big fan base right now, and David Morrissey is really good. So maybe he will?? IDK. But I just think the writers need to start with something fresh. We'll see.

goldeneyez 4/1/2013 2:15:20 PM

I liked it.  I agree with SinsterPryde that it was a smart decision to go in a different direction than the shootout of Season 2.  I think the only thing that maybe they shouldn't have done was build up to a conflict so much because it left a lot of people disappointed.

It seems funny to me that a lot of comics fans dislike it considering how crazy continuity is in comics.  As a comic fan, I just choose to look at the show as an "elseworlds" version of the story.  If the comics are like Marvel Earth-616 then the TV show would be Earth 617.  Plus that, if you know everthing that's going to happen what's the fun in that.

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