Message from discussion Walking Dead S3E3
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From: ques...@infionline.net (Harold Groot)
Subject: Re: Walking Dead S3E3
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2012 04:15:15 GMT
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On Mon, 29 Oct 2012 21:35:08 -0400, "Bob(but not THAT Bob)"
>Lynn McGuire wrote:
>> On 10/29/2012 4:39 PM, Ed Stasiak wrote:
>> > Three pretty good episodes in a row, thou this one is slower
>> > paced and focuses exclusively on Andrea and Michonne
>> > encountering the Governor for the first time.
>> > Don't care for Michonne at all, her alternating from silence to
>> > demanding her weapons was boring and annoying, as was
>> > her ability to magically sense the "Dark Side" of the Governor,
>> > despite him doing nothing to deserve it (considering the situation).
>> > What's up with the tea? The comic makes no mention of it but
>> > the show repeatedly made reference to the tea, in addition to
>> > close-ups of the tea pot, so there must be something to it?
>> > I'm guessing Nerdy Scientist Guy cooked up some formula that
>> > he believes protects humans from the poisonous zombie bites
>> > (as opposed to the zombie virus that everybody already has).
>> > I understand that the Governor is a megalomaniacal nut-job and
>> > doesn't want to risk a coup, but why kill the Nat. Guardsmen?
>> > There were only 6-8 of them left (no officers) and I'd guess they'd
>> > gladly join the community of Woodbury. And trained and battle
>> > tested soldiers (who are used to taking orders) will come in handy
>> > if the Governor is looking to take over the U.S.
>> > Seems like AMC wanted to show how evil he is, as in the comic
>> > it was obvious from the start he was insanely evil.
>> You forgot about the ultra creepy zombie heads in
>> the aquariums in the Governor's secret lair.
>Three words: WORST MANCAVE EVER!
It rather reminded me of Emperor Cartagia of the Centauri (from the
show Babylon 5) - though he let the flesh rot in the open air rather
than putting the heads in nice jars of liquid.