What's on your mind?
Which members of Rick’s group do you wish were still alive to see Judith become the young and brave girl that she is?
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Which episode do you think is the climax of the series?
I would say it is “The day will come when you won’t be.”
So I’m going to restart where I left off at in the walking dead but I don’t remember exactly what episode this happened on. But do you guys remember on what episode in season 10 was it where Beta went to an arc and went through a hole and then to some tunnels and then he traveled through them until he got out through a tunnel that led to Alexandria making him get inside easily?
Personally, I love the newest episode, “Here’s Negan”. If I had to choose a second place though, it’d be 9x05, “What Comes After”. What are y’all’s favs?
The Walking Dead: Origins is a limited series of specials in The Walking Dead's TV universe, exploring the journeys of the series' most celebrated characters. There are four episodes, and we are now on episode two which follows the story of Maggie Rhee. Here are my thoughts on this weeks episode:
I really enjoyed this episode, and how it focused on Maggie pushing forward, no matter how many people she loses. Seeing Maggie's full story narrated by Lauren Cohan in the span of 40 minutes was great. I specifically enjoyed the parts of the episode that focuses on her during the farm, and her on the road with everyone else trying to find a new place to call home.
This week's S11 Sneak Peak was really engaging. Seeing Maggie and Negan having to work alongside one another was a really big step. I find what happened to all the walkers in the subway tunnel also really fascinating.
This week's episode of The Walking Dead: Origins was really nice and refreshing. I'm glad I saw it because it's good to get a recap on Maggie's story as she was absent for a season and a half. I would rate this episode a 7/10. I recommend.
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If Rick and his group decided to leave Georgia earlier, how do you think the other groups he met could have potentially survived?
Greene farm, Woodbury, prison, Tyreese’ s group, Morgan and Duane, Claimers, Terminus, Bob, Noah and Abraham’s group.
Randall’s group, Shane Walsh, Woodbury army, Governor’s militia, Claimers, Terminus group, Wolves, Saviors, Whisperers, Reapers and the Commonwealth.
Rick said “Before the living tried to kill us.” The living in my opinion refers to all the people that Rick and his group encountered and fought with.
How does what Rick said make you feel?
Do you wish there were karate fighting characters on the show? Which ones do you think would have been and why?
Not a bit
I had a faint recollection
I remembered him well from Season 1
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What are some things that you wish Rick and his group had done in earlier seasons instead of later ones?
They basically had them all in the crosshairs, let them take cover, started to shoot at the building, and drew the zombie horde inside. It was unlikely that they would devour Negan but they could kill many civilians. Negan only had his bat with him as he was hiding behind that steel plate, so Rick could've ended him quickly. What did the survivors try to achieve by attacking the Sanctuary?
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Found some blog post from 2012, this is one of the comments
In 5-2-1 Vote "Try" Is Eliminated Against "Conquer" and "Remember"
Episode Trivia - The song playing in the teaser and on Aiden's metal mix is "Somewhat Damaged" by Nine Inch Nails.
The Penultimate Episode of the Season "Try" Seems to TRY too hard (God why Do I even bother). It has a lot going on it Mixing Rick, Daryl, Carol, and Everyone else's storylines in the episode a recurring theme in the show which sometimes works but not this time.
TWD Season 5 MANIA - Episode 7 | FandomIn a 7-1 vote "Self Help" is gone Episode Trivia…walkingdead.fandom.com
In this episode, you vote for the episode you want to be eliminated, remember, you vote for the worst one. The last episode standing will be the Winner of The Walking Dead Season 5!
"Four Walls and a Roof"
"What Happened and What's Going On"
READY, SET, VOTE!!!
Marcus Crabtree is the prisoner that was shot by the officer in Vince’s story. I was about to order volume 1 of the Invincible comics when I saw that someone named Crabtree worked on them. It could be a coincidence, but since Kirkman wrote both series I think Telltale could have chosen him since he worked with Robert.
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If an apocalypse ever starts and a woman named Carol Pelotier (sorry if I spelled it wrong) tries to take you in as her own, dont. You’ll be dead within a year