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The Governor was barking mad, which actually helps his case a little bit (just a little bit). As much as I think Alpha's a crazy bitch with horribly, horribly stupid ambitions (if she wins, they go back to living in the cold woods, eating boar forever, and slowly dying of common ailments), she seems lucid. Oh, I'm sure a shrink could diagnose her with a thing or two, but those are her decisions, through and through.
 
The Governor was barking mad, which actually helps his case a little bit (just a little bit). As much as I think Alpha's a crazy bitch with horribly, horribly stupid ambitions (if she wins, they go back to living in the cold woods, eating boar forever, and slowly dying of common ailments), she seems lucid. Oh, I'm sure a shrink could diagnose her with a thing or two, but those are her decisions, through and through.
   
Then we have the Governor who's screaming like a lunatic about how he doesn't "want it" while beating his former not-quite-friend with a golf club, like he's at open conflict with himself. He's a ticking time-bomb with no impulse control. So he's evil, but his redemption arc in Season 4 might have had more pay-off if he had access to some sort of prescription anti-psychotic.
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Then we have the Governor who's screaming like a lunatic about how he doesn't "want it" while beating his former not-quite-friend with a golf club, like he's at open conflict with himself. He's a ticking time-bomb with no impulse control. So he's evil, but his redemption arc in Season 4 might have had more pay-off if he had access to some sort of prescription antipsychotic.

Latest revision as of 19:55, March 22, 2020

The Governor was barking mad, which actually helps his case a little bit (just a little bit). As much as I think Alpha's a crazy bitch with horribly, horribly stupid ambitions (if she wins, they go back to living in the cold woods, eating boar forever, and slowly dying of common ailments), she seems lucid. Oh, I'm sure a shrink could diagnose her with a thing or two, but those are her decisions, through and through.

Then we have the Governor who's screaming like a lunatic about how he doesn't "want it" while beating his former not-quite-friend with a golf club, like he's at open conflict with himself. He's a ticking time-bomb with no impulse control. So he's evil, but his redemption arc in Season 4 might have had more pay-off if he had access to some sort of prescription antipsychotic.

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