Somehow managed to avoid spoilers until I could watch it last night.
FWIW they handled the death of a baby similarly in season 1, just a bloody car-seat they found when leaving Atlanta. I think someone grabbed her on the way out but the one thing I've learned about this show is to not to apply the normal TV show rules to it, anyone can die at anytime.
It was Hershel's time to go, he fulfilled his role as Rick's mentor and he'd turn into a burden while their on the move. Not killing him would be a pretty ****** way to handle a great character.
I don't think the governor's adopted daughter's death had any effect on him whatsoever. IMO he wanted to want redemption and his adopted family was a tool for that. In the end he reverted back to the governor and decided his ego was more important than anything.
"But letís see if the Cyclones can give everyone a nice big ****burger to eat. Opportunity awaits." -Brent Blum
Has anyone else seen the commercial they've been running since the first of the month? The shot does a spiral out from two people lying in a field (on their backs, head to head and alive). It goes by quickly, but I'm almost positive that it's Daryl & Carol.
I'd really like to see a companion series where some group gets organized and actually fights the zombies military style. There's a lot of English actors on the show so maybe with that connection set in the UK somewhere so they could feasibly portray ridding an island of the dead...
b. April 2012 d. April 2012
May perpetual light shine upon him.
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