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Who among us is addicted to the walking dead?

 
katiem2
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on 11/08/2012

Jo has me thinking zombies. Anyone here watching the television series the walking dead?


JoHarrington
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on 11/08/2012

My Canadian friend has recommended it.  It's on my list of things to check out.  You've just boosted it up a bit.


katiem2
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on 11/08/2012

I confess I am hopelessly addicted. 

you can learn about it here http://www.amctv.com/


Mike_W
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on 11/08/2012

Yep, I love that show!

sheilamarie
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on 11/08/2012

I don't get the appeal. Then again I don't have a TV and don't watch online very much. I don't think that's a show I'd care to see.

But there you go. Sounds as if you all enjoy it.


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2uesday
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on 11/09/2012

It is not really my 'cup of tea'.When it is on the TV I tune it out by writing and focus on that until the program is over. 

There are a number of programs on TV that I 'block out' as they do not appeal to me and I do something else while they are being watched. Sometimes I think that I might really belong in a different era.

dustytoes
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on 11/09/2012

I had to start watching it because my teenage son was so into it.  Now it's become a Sunday night ritual for us. 

Truthfully last season was dragging by.  I loved the very first season show and "Rick" is such an awesome actor, but it was difficult for me to stay awake past my bedtime to see it.

However, this season and especially last week's show (wasn't that good??!!!) kept me wide awake!

I hope the writers will stick to the action and keep the boring talking drama to a minimum.  A show like this needs that.

I close my eyes many times with all the head splitting and blood flying, but now that Lori is gone I think I will like it even more.  BTW who has a baby in 10 minutes time? Wink


katiem2
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on 11/09/2012

Pam, I know right? The reaction he had when his son came walking out and the baby in the arms of someone other than his wife.  His reaction was amazing, very good actor indeed. It all seemed so real!

I didn't like her either, glad she's gone, her character was so darn annoying as if she was an authority to everyone.... Please, Really, As If!

I'm addicted...


Mike_W
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on 11/09/2012

Someone should put a spoiler warning in the thread title :)

dustytoes
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on 11/09/2012

 

Mike_W: 11/09/2012 - 03:22 PM

Someone should put a spoiler warning in the thread title :)

I came back and wanted to edit my post after thinking that I might ruins someone's viewing - but couldn't edit for whatever reason.

So, I tried!  ......oh well....


dustytoes
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on 11/09/2012

 

katiem2: 11/09/2012 - 10:00 AM

Pam, I know right? The reaction he had when his son came walking out and the baby in the arms of someone other than his wife.  His reaction was amazing, very good actor indeed. It all seemed so real!

I didn't like her either, glad she's gone, her character was so darn annoying as if she was an authority to everyone.... Please, Really, As If!

I'm addicted...

BUT... since this season is a fast forward to the future, I bet she will return when they do the shows about the previous times that we have not seen yet!!  ick.

We'll get to listen to her high and mighty rantings then... Cry


Mike_W
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on 11/09/2012

They really tried to redeem her character this season, but nobody could forget her over-the-top reaction to what happened at the end of last season. A situation she had created, by the way.

dustytoes
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on 11/10/2012

I really couldn't understand why she wasn't just happy that her husband was still alive.  I hate all that useless drama.

I am now wondering how a baby fits into this show, or is it to give them an excuse to have to leave and find some formula?


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