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Watched the entire 3rd season marathon and second half premiere! Awesomeness!

But I am confused one thing, is it Woodboro or Woodbury???? I could of sworn it was called Woodboro in the first half of season 3 but tonight they repeatedly said Woodbury. Did I hear it wrong?
first episode of the new season: ain't doin' it for me. lackluster writing, low energy, and assorted nonsense. if the next episode doesn't grab me, i'll go find something else to play with.
The start of the new episode was great but the rest of it was meh. You can tell they changed show runners again. Sadly i have a feeling the second half is going to drag like it did when they were on the farm. So much chance for action which was built up for half a season, yet they decide its not important and focus on the new group


The high points were the first and last 5 min
Also on a side note, i noticed they were advertising the walking dead being aired in black and white. Call me crazy but i fail to see the point of releasing it in BandW much less making a huge deal about it.

Anyone here love them some Black and White? and if so please tell me what would appeal to you about walking dead in black and white. Cause AMC seems to think its a big deal
I liked last night's episode.

And I do like Black & White if it fits the content. I don't know if it would fit Walking Dead.

Why I like Black & White. If done right, it gives the film/show an artistic feel. See Schindler's List or The Man Who Wasn't There, Manhattan, The Artist, Good Night and Good Luck, Sin City and Ed Wood for examples. It can be used as a plot device or a way to visually show a change in the story or characters. See Memento, Pleasantville and Kafka for examples.
Well the comics are black and white and they are fantastic, whether it would work in film is an interesting question. I also really enjoyed the episode.
Thought the new episode was pretty damned good. Plenty of tension. Rick losing the plot.
I just found

Darryl's decision to go with his brother very frustrating and it pissed me off. My mother has done less to me and my friends than Merle has to his brother and his gang, and I haven't spoken a word to her in almost 25 years. Darryl isn't stupid and in real life he would have said a big fat NO to his brother a long time ago. He would have said enough is enough. In my opinion.
Other than that I didn't see any big differences to any other random episode. On another issue, I wish someone would kill The Governor already. he is really starting to tick me off!!! Big Grin

Metrostar Wrote:Darryl's decision to go with his brother very frustrating and it pissed me off. My mother has done less to me and my friends than Merle has to his brother and his gang, and I haven't spoken a word to her in almost 25 years. Darryl isn't stupid and in real life he would have said a big fat NO to his brother a long time ago. He would have said enough is enough. In my opinion. Other than that I didn't see any big differences to any other random episode. On another issue, I wish someone would kill The Governor already. he is really starting to tick me off!!! Big Grin

But you're applying your own experience to the situation. No-one is the same. Whilst I found it exasperating that Daryl left with Merle, I didn't find it implausible. It added a nice fragmentary situation - to when Hershaw said they were a tight knit group, but even Glen said he was done.

The Woodbury community - well they've depended on the Govenor for so long. They've relaxed and so they look for him to do something. Killing him off right now...hmm, no, he's the antagonist. Expect an attack on the prison. Remember it's not about zombies.
white43 Wrote:


But you're applying your own experience to the situation. No-one is the same. Whilst I found it exasperating that Daryl left with Merle, I didn't find it implausible. It added a nice fragmentary situation - to when Hershaw said they were a tight knit group, but even Glen said he was done.

The Woodbury community - well they've depended on the Govenor for so long. They've relaxed and so they look for him to do something. Killing him off right now...hmm, no, he's the antagonist. Expect an attack on the prison. Remember it's not about zombies.


I know, I know and I am bloody well annoyed that Daryl isn't just like me. Wink I agree. It isn't implausible that he went with Merle, and maybe I should have said that, it's just something I find very hard to believe, and thus takes me out of the story a bit. I will change my other opinion to I hope the Governor gets his just desserts real soon!
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