• So, when Eugene, Rosita, and Abraham leave for DC, why the hell do Glenn and Maggie go with them. They just met them. Glenn was the first person Rick met in Atlanta who also saved his life. He's been around since episode 1 and he's just gone? Also Maggie is an important character as well. But why don't they feel a little sad about leaving and why does Rick not seem to give a shit? Did I miss something?

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    • You did miss something.

      They made an agreement that if Abraham, Rosita, and Eugene stay for another half a day, then Maggie and Glenn would go with them (I think Tara too? I don't remember if she ended up going).

      I don't know for sure why they wanted them to stay in exchange for them...protection?

      Oh well, they'll probably show up again real soon.

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    • Ben Drago1 wrote:
      You did miss something.

      They made an agreement that if Abraham, Rosita, and Eugene stay for another half a day, then Maggie and Glenn would go with them (I think Tara too? I don't remember if she ended up going).

      I don't know for sure why they wanted them to stay in exchange for them...protection?

      Oh well, they'll probably show up again real soon.

      Yeah... I just find it odd. 

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    • It did seem weird, they said they were going to stick to the route on a map they gave to rick and indicated they would I guess meet up again along the way but they seemed a little too confident that they will be able to find each other again possibly we as viewers and/or the writers new that eventually they will find each other so didn't make a big deal of it but I'd you think from the characters point of view it's kind of a miracle they found each other after the prison went anyway so they should have been a bit more distraught or hesitant abut the situation. And magpie does she not remember she has a sister who was taken ?

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    • Carly.duncan1 wrote: It did seem weird, they said they were going to stick to the route on a map they gave to rick and indicated they would I guess meet up again along the way but they seemed a little too confident that they will be able to find each other again possibly we as viewers and/or the writers new that eventually they will find each other so didn't make a big deal of it but I'd you think from the characters point of view it's kind of a miracle they found each other after the prison went anyway so they should have been a bit more distraught or hesitant abut the situation. And magpie does she not remember she has a sister who was taken ?

      Yea...Maggie lost a lot of her character after the end of the mid season 4 finale. She only cares about Glenn anymore. Which sucks because Maggie was a really good character.

      We need that strong independent woman back.

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    • They wanted to bang at safe place

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    • LeonSGrimes wrote: They wanted to bang at safe place

      Yep. It's been a while since they banged...

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    • They were too confident they would meet up. It's even odder that "We ain't splittin' up again!" later on "See you in Washington!"

      "Woah, were are Carol and Daryl?! Oh, they gone to get Beth who is also gone. I guess I'll leave my son and daughter (who attracts walkers [and cannibles]) with a priest who is gonna kill himself and one person to protect them both!"

      This is off topic, but how the hell didn't the Grady cops see Carol and Daryl in the car? They were close to them and both had their lights on. Not to mention there's no other cars or people making noise. 

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    • Colourful Walker wrote:

      This is off topic, but how the hell didn't the Grady cops see Carol and Daryl in the car? They were close to them and both had their lights on. Not to mention there's no other cars or people making noise. 

      Actually, Carol and Daryl did not have their headlights on when they were following the Grady cops to Atlanta; you may recall that Daryl actually smashed them right before they set out in pursuit, for precisely that reason. Or if you're referring to the scene in the city where they stopped a short distance away from them, they'd turned their car off (which resulted in it failing to start again) and still had no lights.

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    • Siirlock wrote:
      Colourful Walker wrote:

      This is off topic, but how the hell didn't the Grady cops see Carol and Daryl in the car? They were close to them and both had their lights on. Not to mention there's no other cars or people making noise. 

      Actually, Carol and Daryl did not have their headlights on when they were following the Grady cops to Atlanta; you may recall that Daryl actually smashed them right before they set out in pursuit, for precisely that reason. Or if you're referring to the scene in the city where they stopped a short distance away from them, they'd turned their car off (which resulted in it failing to start again) and still had no lights.

      Indeed, but they were very close (when both cars were on). It is utterly illogical that the cops wouldn't notice them.

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