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shawndoggy 10-15-2012 12:00 PM

The Walking Dead
Anybody watch the S3 premiere last night?

sidekicknicholas 10-16-2012 6:45 AM

I did.... I'm a sucker for zombie anything, so I enjoyed it, as well as the first two seasons. I think they've done a good job thus far keeping it interesting despite only having "LIVE ANOTHER DAY" as your main plotline.

I really don't like the pregnancy.... if I have to hear a crying baby for a few episodes, I'll be frustrated.... maybe it'll be used as zombie bait.

Interested to see how the two stories will come together - Micion (spelling?) and the Main group

shawndoggy 10-16-2012 8:38 AM

and the heads coming up in the last few seconds of the episode... good stuff.

stepintoliquid 10-16-2012 11:14 AM

Can't wait for next sunday!

irishrider92 10-17-2012 6:50 AM

I'm kinda disappointed how they just skipped the whole winter. You can see things are getting harder and they've had to become more ruthless (like chopping off the guy's leg immediately), but one of the things I wish they did is showing the progression of that. That's one reason Breaking Bad is so awesome, it never really skips too much time between episodes, and you can see a pretty detailed progression of Walt's descent from an under-appreciated chemistry teacher to a drug lord

travis_briscoe 10-17-2012 10:14 AM

Brian, I couldn't agree more about the progression. I watch both shows religiously. Breaking Bad has definitely done a flawless job of not missing anything, and is obviously an amazing show. Walking dead is certainly entertaining, and I'm curious to see where it's going, but I am a little bummed that there was such a time period skipped. I don't think it is quite at the caliber that breaking bad is, but I'm still intrigued (and I don't mean to turn this into a comparison). It'll be interesting to see how these guys that showed up at the end of the episode are integrated, or not? haha

shawndoggy 10-17-2012 10:22 AM

I'm figuring we're going to see some flashbacks.

And have you forgotten the first episode of breaking bad this season which started out with the scene with Walt in the diner with a full head of hair?

hco 10-17-2012 8:08 PM

It would nice to see the progression over time, instead of dragging out a boring season like the entire time spent at the barn in S2. I hate that I like this show/good zombie genre too much, this show tests my patience frequently.

irishrider92 10-18-2012 3:53 PM

Flashbacks would be pretty awesome. But that BB opening scene showed where he'll presumably end up near the end of the series, but each episode will progress towards that, showing that character development gradually. Skipping the winter with no flashbacks would be like starting the last season at the diner and going forward from the diner rather than going back and showing how he got there

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