At this point, the zombies are incredibly stupid, slow moving and just generally nonthreatening unless they have overwhelming numbers in a small area
One thing I wish this show would do is show some variation in the zombies. At this point, the zombies are incredibly stupid, slow moving and just generally nonthreatening unless they have overwhelming numbers in a small area. Or you're a dumbass like Hershel and step right over one that looks "dead" like in this episode. "Injury Update: Hershel tears ACL, out for the season."
I wish we'd see some that run, or at least show a little versatility in trying to kill you. Otherwise the mass zombie slayings just gets boring.
so what's going on with black Ninjette? why does she have the 2 zombies chained to her slowing her down? Do they give off some type of warning when other zombies are around?
I figured she had them chained to her so they can carry shite on their backs...maybe not
Sunday's season three premiere collected a whopping 10.9 million total viewers, making it the highest-rated episode in series history, up more than 50 percent from its record-breaking season two premiere. The episode now stands as the biggest telecast for any drama series in basic cable history among total viewers. In the key advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demo, the 9 p.m. broadcast collected 7.3 million viewers, with 6.1 million among adults 25-54, all series bests.
Factoring in broadcasts at 9 p.m., 10 p.m. and midnight, the series based on the comics by Robert Kirkman collected 15.2 million total viewers over the course of the night.
"Thank you to the fans for making The Walking Dead such a tremendous success. We are honored and humbled that television's largest adult audience resides on AMC. So many people on both sides of the camera worked tirelessly on this project, and I thank and congratulate each of them for their amazing contribution," AMC president Charlie Collier said Monday.