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Fri Apr 3, 2015, 01:14 AM

I wanted to ask this question since the last episode of

Walking Dead! Who are the two guys who killed the guy in the red outfit? Are they the two guys who Morgan left in the back seat of the car after they attacked him?

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akbacchus_BC Apr 2015 OP
catnhatnh Apr 2015 #1
akbacchus_BC Apr 2015 #2
catnhatnh Apr 2015 #3
akbacchus_BC Apr 2015 #4
catnhatnh Apr 2015 #5
akbacchus_BC Apr 2015 #6
catnhatnh Apr 2015 #7
akbacchus_BC Apr 2015 #8
Bluenorthwest Apr 2015 #9

Response to akbacchus_BC (Original post)

Fri Apr 3, 2015, 01:22 AM

1. I think so

but I'm not sure. The more important question is who are the many walkers with the same carving-ex-wolves or walkers they are claiming?

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Response to catnhatnh (Reply #1)

Fri Apr 3, 2015, 01:25 AM

2. The W on the head is making me wonder! You have any idea if the guy who attacked

Morgan in the last episode is the W people?

Needless to say, I love that show and on Talking Dead, they had my three favs, Reedus, Carol and Morgan.

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Response to akbacchus_BC (Reply #2)

Fri Apr 3, 2015, 01:34 AM

3. I think that yes-they were marked

Personally if they had continued with Daryl and Beth I believe I could have gone wild-assed full-confirmed General Hospital on that show-and that's spooky shit for an old white guy to say

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Response to catnhatnh (Reply #3)

Fri Apr 3, 2015, 01:38 AM

4. Holy crap! I almost lost it when Beth died and Daryll

carried her out of the hospital and her sister thought she was still alive. This is one of the best shows I have ever seen. It makes you relate to real life issues!

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Response to akbacchus_BC (Reply #4)

Fri Apr 3, 2015, 01:57 AM

5. Easy Stud

...Walking Dead is great and relationships are important. But it's just (good) TV...

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Response to catnhatnh (Reply #5)

Fri Apr 3, 2015, 02:00 AM

6. What does 'Easy Stud' means?

Well to me it shows how important it is for people to stand up for each other.

I know it is a TV show, but it could be real too.

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Response to akbacchus_BC (Reply #6)

Fri Apr 3, 2015, 02:03 AM

7. Easy Stud means that emotionally it reaches me too...

...but it is TV. Kind of like a folk tale. It tells truth without being truth.

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Response to catnhatnh (Reply #7)

Fri Apr 3, 2015, 02:10 AM

8. That's true and I agree with you.

However it is one of the best TV shows I have ever seen, am not into Seinfeld and criminal minds. In criminal minds, they solve crimes at the drop of a hat, as opposed to reality.

I relate to Walking Dead, am not into an eye for an eye, but when they survivors of the Sanctuary attacked Rick and his family in the Church, I was glad that Rick killed that guy with the machete that he told him he would kill him with when they were trying to kill the group at the sanctuary.

We may agree to disagree, but this is the best TV show I have ever seen!

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Response to catnhatnh (Reply #7)

Fri Apr 3, 2015, 06:56 AM

9. Shakespeare wrote mass entertainments often based on folks tales, here is his take on the reasons

 

people act out stories for one another: "the purpose of playing, whose end, both at the first and now, was and is to hold, as ’twere, the mirror up to nature, to show virtue her own feature, scorn her own image, and the very age and body of the time his form and pressure."

To show the very age and body of the time his form and pressure. Snobs of his day also thought theater was low, base and crass. Will did not agree, nor do I.

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