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Subj: Re: Meteor's admittedly lazy review of the mid season premiere.
Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 at 11:03:01 am EST (Viewed 977 times)
Reply Subj: Meteor's admittedly lazy review of the mid season premiere.
Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 at 08:41:07 am EST (Viewed 1130 times)

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Ok nothing much happened. Carl milks his death like a bitch the whole episode talking in an annoying whisper voice instead of just dying. Some kid whose name I don't know who was the brother or the son of some other guy whose name I don't know that died a while back impales some other guy whose name I also don't know. I missed the first 30 minutes. The flash forwards are just Carl's dream of a future I think (hard to understand his annoying whispher voice) and Rick vows to make that world a reality (barf).

To me the show's gotten so bad the only character left I even remotely like is Negan's flunky with the mustache (oh and Ezekiel with his booming voice).

They invited Carl to the Talking Dead so I guess there are no feelings with them firing the actor after he just bought a house. But that said I've kind of disliked Carl ever since he got Dale killed by not staying in the house. A lot of the deaths on the show stems from Carl not staying in the damn house like he's supposed to. I didn't see Andrew Lincoln say goodbye to Carl on the Talking Dead even though every one else seemed to...I guess he didn't like the kid.

(edit: catching up on the beginning of the episode that I missed...that song in the first few minutes of the episode should be used to torture prisoners at black site prisons...that was downright stressful to listen to)

It's actually not a depressing song at all. It's all about hope in the afterlife, even if I don't believe in that stuff. It's also extremely appropriate to the situation. The video of the song has a bunch of people in a crashing plane throwing a party as they plummet.

I'm sorta liking more people. Carol's not so bad.

Won't miss Coral. I think Andrew Lincoln already said goodbye to Chandler Riggs in other ways. No need for another one on Talking Dead.

Gavin's death is fairly big. He's one of the Savior generals.

Having Negan be in the "dream" seems very creepy to me.

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