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TheRig
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I don't think Lori can survive a hole in her stomach and a bullet in her head
We don't know if Carl put a bullet in her head.






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Henry Jones Jr
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We don't know if Carl put a bullet in her head.


Didn't Rick pick the bullet up off the ground proving that he didn't shoot her?






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wavebreaker
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Bullet went t hrough her to the ground.

She was dead already. He just prevented her from turning. The walker came in and ate what was left.


The director explained it on Talking Dead. It was a bit confusing in the actual episode for me as well.







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A bunch of people asking about the 3rd grave.


I thought the graves were for T-Dog, Lori, and Carol. Darryl even placed a flower on one of them, so that had to be Carol's.






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Ross
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This episode was pretty weak, and that weakness really shines through compared to how awesome this season has been outside of it.

I believed in Rick's initial bout of anger and going and attacking the walkers, but when he didn't recognize Glenn... eh, that's a little contrived.







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JombieZombie
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So is Carol dead or what?





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Relevance is low but lolz are high.



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This felt like the classic "set up" episode for the rest of the season. We learn some more things about each group of people and wait for the inevitable meeting between them.

I really love the scene with The Governor and Woodbury. My wife hates them and thinks they're boring, but I'm digging learning more about the town.

And I assumed the three graves to be Lori, T-Dawg, and Carol; with obviously one grave having a body and the other two just for show. I'm not really sure Carol can get this lost but I guess we'll find her eventually. They don't seem real concerned looking for her.

Rick gone cray and will need to find Lori's body for closure. Not sure if that zombie really ate her, as there was nothing left of her on the ground. I'm thinking we find a zombified Lori at some point.

Solid episode. Not as action packed as the previous ones, but they all can't be.






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miamitiger
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I hope the phone introduces this new character







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etm512
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I'm not really sure Carol can get this lost


Now we know how Sofia couldnt find her way back to the interstate.

And the zombie daughter caught me off guard. Guess this will lead into the question that was posed is there still some of the "human element" left in the walkers. Certainly seemed that way



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BilJ
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I'm guessing the games stuff is one of those things that I guess comes off better in comics than on a TV show.

I only know its in the comics because the readers said about 50 times "oh yeah the governor is crazy he has Olympic style games with zombies!!!" so thanks guys






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Guess this will lead into the question that was posed is there still some of the "human element" left in the walkers. Certainly seemed that way


I thought she just calmed down because he put the pillowcase over her head. Like they said, when they lose their ability to feed, they become docile. So binding her and cutting off her senses made her docile.

I'm wondering if when he sent Merle and the "research team" out for more "grist for the mill" if he was just referring to the games, or if they have other things they're using the walkers for.






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crispyUGA
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Words still cannot describe my hate for Andrea.





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The Dude Abides
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Rick is mad that zombie munched on lori
Lori's is alive, Carol is with Lori. Book it.

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Why are we assuming Carl didn't shoot her? Couldn't the zombie eat a Lori with a bullet in her head or am I missing something?
With only little pieces left? No bones? hair? Nothing? She's alive, bruh.



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etm512
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I thought she just calmed down because he put the pillowcase over her head. Like they said, when they lose their ability to feed, they become docile. So binding her and cutting off her senses made her docile.


Yeah but he was combing her hair and she was just chilling before she got all agitated from her scalp being ripped off (there's a sentence I never thought I would type)






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TopWaterTiger
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Rick gone cray and will need to find Lori's body for closure. Not sure if that zombie really ate her, as there was nothing left of her on the ground. I'm thinking we find a zombified Lori at some point.


Ok, I'm new to this series, but really enjoying it. So I know EVERYONE is infected, but a bite will "turn" you.

The zombies ate all of T-Dawg before he could turn?? But there was still much of his carcus left, so they had a body?

I would assume the same for Lori?

So is that generally what happens? A zombie eats you up before you turn so that you don't turn? Just curious?






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etm512
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If you die, you turn. A bite can lead to a serious infection which kills you, then you turn because you're dead. It takes a little while after dying before you turn so if you are eaten and your brain is destroyed in the process, you are now compeltely dead.





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crispyUGA
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Comic book readers know the significance of the telephone.


And, for my money, Lori is fricking dead.






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