CBR Administrator ~ Ron Swansonite ~ Eddard Stark's other bastard
"This is Brock Samson. He's a full-on god. Men write him love letters, and women name their vibrators after him." ~Gary (formerly Henchman 21)
Okay, before this thread this is what I knew about Tish, zip, zero, nada.
I now know that Tish is a heavily armed, black, bi-sexual, truck driving woman who likes going to the clubs.
I don't think I learned this much about Tom in six months let alone one post. - Boldido
I'm begining to like Tish more and more, that's what I know. - cable guy
"We were forced to build America, and if forced to, we will tear it down." Huey P. Newton
After rewatching the season finale, I have a little bit more appreciation for it than I did upon first watch. They did a good job amping up the thrill factor. I'm still annoyed by certain things, particularly the Hollywood Horror-style deaths of Jimmy and Patricia (I get it, they wanted to kill some characters off... the execution was just plain awful and I expect better from The Walking Dead), and Andrea's "fall" (seriously, wouldn't she just push the zombie off her and get up so Carol and Lori would see she's still alive? And then T-Dog just driving off without Carol after seeing she's still alive). But the scene where Rick tells Lori that he and Carl killed Shane and zombified Shane has to be my favorite of the season. One long camera shot with such great performances from the two. As annoying as Lori's character is, the actress seriously deserves a medal for her acting throughout the series.
"Kryptonite-laced nail polish. Isn't it too divine? Under all that steel, just a man."
-- Cheetah, Batman: The Brave and the Bold
The language in this song parody is NSFW but it is freaking hilarious:
Seems like everybody in this show aside from Daryl is completely retarded. They fully need to change actors for Carl too. This kid is terrible. Everytime he gets dialogue I want to kick myself in the head.
A video about the reality of the consistent head shots on The Walking Dead. http://www.escapistmagazine.com/vide...tent-Headshots
Last edited by Mac Danny; 01-16-2013 at 08:20 AM.
It's something called suspension of disbelief. We all know that it isn't likely that the crew could dispatch zombies so efficiently, we buy it because we are enjoying the show and the thrill and suspense of the scene.