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Reverend Meteor

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Unstable Molecule

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Subj: Re: FTWD second season.
Posted: Thu Oct 20, 2016 at 02:50:27 pm EDT (Viewed 461 times)
Reply Subj: Re: FTWD second season.
Posted: Thu Oct 20, 2016 at 11:11:18 am EDT (Viewed 497 times)




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    I don't mind the gay guy, he's the only one of the bunch (except maybe the mother) who seems capable. But now they've seemingly written him off too.


They made him the capable one...and everyone else is an idiot.



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    I'm also in the camp of wanting Nick to die. They seem to be structuring this show around his journey from pathetic addict to capable leader, but he's whiny, gross and unlikable. The actor needs to accept that he's balding and just shave his head (of that greasy, greasy hair) already.


Yeah he's really gross...

I think they tried the same thing with Charlie on Lost. Except he wasn't gross and unlikable. And even then...they still did the right thing and killed him.


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    Chris the psycho son was mercifully killed off. And it made sense. He thought he was a cold-hearted murderer, but he was a lost little boy, and the moment he got cut off from his parents' protection, he died. Boo hoo and sayonara.



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    The other three main cast members aren't even worth mentioning - because their characters are so weak and boring.



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    The only thing you could say about this show is that the setting is interesting. I liked the hotel sanctuary arc. Much better than the farm setting in the main show, which almost killed that show off early.


ah the fun days when Lori and Andrea argued over gender roles in the zombie apocalypse over laundry.





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