[QUOTE="Funeralfog, post: 5789443]goddamnit, there goes my favorite, i hope they all go down now[/QUOTE]Hate to burst your bubble, but if they were closer to the comics he would've been dead last season.
To the OP or anyone who haven't figured out the biteless thing...
The virus is airborne. Everyone is infected but they don't turn until they die. It might be the secret from the base.
[QUOTE="Kopkiwi, post: 5789524]Thought that kept inline with the comics? This season has really picked up since the barn break out.[/QUOTE]Yes and no. Like I said, in the comics it happened well before then. However the accurate parts...
Just watched the episode. That was awesome. That's the Walking Dead I know and love, not this whole farm soap opera bullshit of the first half of season 2 and parts of the second half.
I never read the comics, so the airborne thing is new to me, but it does explain a lot. I was always wondering why when Rick was in the hospital, the army was going through the hospital and killing patients. Now it makes sense to me, originally I just thought it was an overreaction to what was happening. Also explains the guy that hung himself in the tree and the two cops.
Now I'm just wondering if that is what the guy at the CDC whispered into Rick's ear.
[QUOTE="manutdfan, post: 5789598]Yeah it's best show on tv!![/QUOTE]
Can't agree with that. The first season was incredible, and at that point it was the best show on TV. But a good episode here and there doesn't make up for how bad the majority of season 2 has been. Breaking Bad is the best show on TV I think. Or Sherlock, although Sherlock can barely qualify for being "on TV" lol.
Season 2 is definitely a character development season. Finale def looks like it'll be pretty intense.
Regarding Breaking Bad, I can see what you mean, but in my opinion it just gets stronger and stronger as it goes along. Instead of the earlier episodes being poor, I think the later episodes are just that good that they overshadow the early ones. (That random fly episode is excluded entirely, I don't know wtf it was lol).
Whereas in Walking Dead, I can't say I even enjoyed the first half of season 2. I wanted to re-watch season 1 just to remind myself why I'm even caring. The scale of it is the biggest factor though, the first season was 6 episodes of constantly changing scenario, so any "lesser" episode wasn't really an issue. But with 13 episodes all on a farm, it gets pretty annoying.
I loved season 2 a lot more, especially after the barn incident. Couping with everyday life and their interpersonal relationships makes it stand out. For me season 1 lacked that unique take, escaping the zombies was still their main goal.
I've enjoyed both seasons. Season 2 seems be be showing moral issues and showing how the characters have changed. The barn incident was really well done and intense. So was the incident with the shootings of the strangers in the bar.