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The Walking Dead The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 15 "This Sorrowful Life" Discussion Thread

They are cannibals in the comic ? What do they eat with so few people around ?
 
I hope they bring in Abraham soon. That guy's story arch was really awesome.

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It depends on who all survives the finale. If Tyreese and Daryl are still standing, I don't know that Abraham would be necessary at the moment, with two other Number Twos for Rick still breathing.

But, yeah, I'd love to see him sooner rather than later.
 
And he he made such a grand entrance running onto the scene with long flowing hair, rippling biceps and armed with a kickbutt gun. I thought he was going to be a new main character, but he was taken out pretty fast and I too, was like, noooooooooooo!
 
I don't know if I was more upset from the death of John Redcorn or Merle.
 
It's s a shame he forgot that he had super powers, one inuk chuck and he d be picking that walker out from between his toes.
 
I hope the next episode of The Walking Dead is about the life and times of John Redcorn before the events of This Sorrowful Life. And it definitely would not be filler, either.
 
I agree with what others have said about getting them on the road again...two seasons of them finding a safe haven IS getting pretty old. I'd rather see them on the road next season and encountering more issues of surival from the zombies and just the need for everday essentials.

If the writers hadn't decided to jump eight months later (from Season 2) at the beginning of this season. We probably would've seen them on the road again scavenging for shelter, food, supplies, etc. Oh well.
 
I hope the next episode of The Walking Dead is about the life and times of John Redcorn before the events of This Sorrowful Life. And it definitely would not be filler, either.

Just make season 4 all about the backstory of john redcorn
 
He alone held the secret to saving the world from the plight of the walkers, until Merle killed him.
 
Just make season 4 all about the backstory of john redcorn

It would definitely bring in the awards for The Walking Dead.

He alone held the secret to saving the world from the plight of the walkers, until Merle killed him.

Not only did he have the secret to saving the world, he also had the secret for maintaining long luscious hair in the end of days.
 
The last two pages of this thread are gold.

As far as this episode?

:whatever: Rick's decision
:word::cwink: Merle
:word::cwink: Merle
:word::cwink: Merle
:word::cwink: Merle

:csad: Derle
 
I really wanted Merle to go out on his own terms not the way he did. I was upset and cried when he died and then when he turned at that one scene when Daryl saw him. I knew Rick couldn't and wouldn't turn over Michonne, after seeing ghost Lori again I thought of that scene when she said to Rick about not having malice in his heart.
 
Merle did go out on his own terms...
 
Norman Reedus' amazing performance at the end salvaged another weak episode in a weak season. The plot holes and irrational actions of the characters are really starting to get old. The whole Governor story has tried SO hard to be "cool" and has failed so miserably. From Andrea's obliviousness to the Governor's total abandonment of finding a cure to Rick's moping, it's all just a waste of a great premise.

Somehow this show has managed to become both incredibly predictable (i.e. the Governor surviving an 900 zombie attack, and Rick changing his mind on Michonne)) and completely incoherent (i.e. why the hell won't Michone just freaking talk, and why haven't they just run already?). Watching S1/E6 the other day just made me pine for when this show made sense and had drama. Can't wait for the "cliff-hanger" (read: non-ending) next week.
 
Well, it's episodic television, so it wouldn't be much of an "ending" anyway.

Michonne talks now. In fact, she talked her way out of getting transferred to Woodbury. That's a huge improvement, she's a quality contributor now.

They probably don't run since they've got a newborn, a guy with one leg, and a secure prison with food. These are people that ate s*** and got snowed on, so it's not like leaving the comfort of the prison is an easy choice. I'm sure there's a lot of stubborn pride in Rick too

I'll agree all day on Rick's Michonne decision. He should have never considered it. This s a guy that wouldn't give the Vatos a sack of guns, but now he'll had over a human being to a gangster? Not Rick's finest moment.

The governor abandoned Milton's research since the one person he wanted to cure is now gone.
 
The problem with the characters being on the road for a entire season is that they will have to build new sets and find new locations or redress old locations and that costs money and correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't the budget for this show slashed?
 
Shone did kind of deserve it. She's basically the one who brought the gov down so hard by killing Penny and taking the EYE in the "rescue"
Don't **** with a Rick rescue plan unless you want Rick to turn yo ass in fo yo crimes.
These are medieval times and choices have consequence. One could argue Shone got Oscar kill't too.
 
Shone did kind of deserve it. She's basically the one who brought the gov down so hard by killing Penny and taking the EYE in the "rescue"
Don't **** with a Rick rescue plan unless you want Rick to turn yo ass in fo yo crimes.
These are medieval times and choices have consequence. One could argue Shone got Oscar kill't too.

Or, you know.... NOT. :dry:
 

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