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Page 3 of The Walking Dead: Season 8

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RE: The Walking Dead: Season 8

alfie noakes (Elite) posted this on Thursday, 14th February 2019, 11:11

Agreed. It makes no sense. With significant numbers of survivors in supposedly well run enclaves, wouldn't your best bet at survival be to just join them?

It also seems they are just setting up the next bad "guy" enemy they'll be fighting off for the next season or so. Same pattern as usual.

Next season already confirmed.

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RE: The Walking Dead: Season 8

Mix Man (Elite) posted this on Thursday, 14th February 2019, 12:35

And...

SPOILER:
Judith knew how dangerous Negan was and yet she just lets him go free. She simply wouldn't have done that.

RE: The Walking Dead: Season 8

alfie noakes (Elite) posted this on Thursday, 14th February 2019, 13:50

But...

SPOILER:
He's a changed man. He's nice now didn't you know?

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RE: The Walking Dead: Season 8

Mix Man (Elite) posted this on Monday, 11th March 2019, 13:55

Just caught up with the second half of series 9 (or what's been shown on Fox so far, at any rate). It is absolutely appalling.

RE: The Walking Dead: Season 8

alfie noakes (Elite) posted this on Monday, 11th March 2019, 14:48

I still watch it. I don't know why. I suppose it's a bit like slowing down to look at a minor car crash.

They've adopted the exact same pattern as usual: new baddie, only this time they're really bad and nasty - no, more than the last one, honest (they are not). They should call it The Walking Groundhog Day.

Apparently having huge armouries of weapons and town-sized populations who've already fought mini-wars simply aren't able to wipe out a bunch of starving, unwashed hobbos who live in the woods.

But they've got Samantha Morton with a shaved head who's really horrible to her OWN daughter! They'll do anything to survive including allowing themselves to be killed, leaving the weak/babies to die, and meekly being sliced up by their own leadership, all so they can live in a pile of dirt. A true recipe for a thriving community. Yep, they've really thought it through (in a "wouldn't f***ing happen" kind of a way.)

They have also added a bit of inter-town politics just to sap out any remaining menace. Interminable earnest chats in dark corners always get the pulse racing.

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