In the comics fans got ****** that a new enemy showed up that seemed just like the governor, that's not even a spoiler since they are so different at this point even with main characters. So would you rather have "return of the governor" or "here comes a new version of the governor"? I think the Governor coming back for another round is a reaction to fans of the comics plot.
I really hope that is not the direction the series takes. The group dynamic against a large force is a great part of the show. United against one evil person has been played out a million times. I think the flu story was great because it could easily happen. They need more stories like that. I think the radio idea would be a great storyline. A group heads out to get electronic parts and runs into a group broadcasting. Maybe they've talked to other small groups. Something that gives a little hope or thought to the larger picture.
I think they need to expand the series a bit to tie in some of the macro-level happenings to keep it fresh and interesting. You can only keep developing the same people in the same location for a limited amount of time.
I thought what they learned at the CDC in Atlanta was interesting and was hoping we would learn more about the efforts being made to understand the disease and stop it. Hopefully they eventually come across another operation like the CDC at some point
Certainly there is no hunting like the hunting of man and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never really care for anything else thereafter.
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