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    Milton AotD


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    • The only tragic death in the finale of S3.

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    • Me and my friend thought nothing of Milton the whole season, but near the end where he lights the pit we thought he was one of the best characters TWD had to offer. Sad to see him die, but he essentially was TV's Dr Stevens.

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    • Probably the biggest death of S3 to me, along with Merle.

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    • Milton was TV Alice. Those legs...

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    • i liked him and his transformation from the govs ally to enemy

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    • One of the few impactful and needed deaths of Season 3.

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    • I wish he had a fast death he was a good guy

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    • I wish he could've survived... such an awesome character and didn't deserve to die like that. 

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    • I do wonder what would have happened if he stayed alive. Do you think that him and Andrea would have had a relationship?

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    • It was sad but great to see a semi regular character changing into a Walker! Usually we just see them as shambling creatures but this time we knew who he was before he turned!

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    • I like that the show isn't a fairy tale where the good guys always win or necessarily even always get revenge, but I'm quite convinced that Milton should have killed The Governor, one way or another. The show likes to point out the reality that the strongest and/or nastiest tend to survive, but it's also realistic that even the greatest fighters can be caught unawares (more likely by a gunshot than a stabbing, in this case) and can be vulnerable to those they trust too much and disregard as weak. It would have been worthwhile for one of the most timid people on the show to assert some kind of power over the most ruthless, even if he also had to die soon after. I also feel like Milton could have been kept longer because he filled a void in the characters; he was someone who survived by almost purely defense (duct tape) and was valued for being smart in and of itself, rather than being smart and strong, or smart and mean. To me he represents the direction towards what should be the logical end of the series; the apocalypse itself must come to an end, and when it does they'll look back to the ignorance and bloodshed that happened in the between time as both a necessity and an embarassment. But maybe he had to die so that the show didn't transition things too quickly in that direction. He did impart what I expect to be the most important forshadowing in one statement that he made, but I'll leave it to someone else if they want to point out what I'm referring to.

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    • I love him But it was obvious that there was something going on between him a Philip if ya know what I mean

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    • GRANDMASTA wrote: Me and my friend thought nothing of Milton the whole season, but near the end where he lights the pit we thought he was one of the best characters TWD had to offer. Sad to see him die, but he essentially was TV's Dr Stevens.

      I'd say he is more TV's Alice Warren.

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