Awesome episode. Really the best episode since early in the season. Like where the show is headed now. I think just a couple of characters need to get killed off, and then its going to be real good.
The only problem I have is, and I think this is just a personal thing with me, is that I hate how some of the characters seem to make their own personal problems out of thin air. Just stupid things that feel like they are there just to fill up time, like Glenn crying about being told "I love you" distracted him and almost got him killed. Or Daryl crying about feeling used or whatever since the daughter ended up dead. Problems that aren't really problems. It makes me want to jump across the T.V., slap them across the face and say, "Man the **** up." In the zombie apocalypse world, stupid inner-emotional problems that have nothing to do with anybody else, shouldn't be an issue.
But that's nothing. Other than that, the show is looking good. Looking forward to next week's episode.
I can understand Daryl's issue though.
The group left his brother for dead (we still don't know his current state) and now they expect him to routinely put his life at risk to help them. So, him having a problem with being told what to do all the time is completely fair.
Glenn does just need to man up though. There's no time to be crying about being told he's loved or that he chickened out on the get away. Rick and Herschell haven't made an issue of it, neither should he. He should be happy that he is still alive and survived.
that doesn't make sense. are you suggesting that these characters should not be human anymore? they are trying to survive while also dealing with inner emotions. That is normal and realistic. The premise at the end is simply about how a few survive the end of the world. they are not going to turn into robots because everyone they know is dead or walking around half dead.
The 2nd half of the season apparently has an all new staff. And the 3 new episodes, while not exactly stellar, are legitimately markedly better. They're digging themselves out of the hole slowly but surely. They've cast The Governor and Michonne, clearly they're ready to make a big jump.
But you can't do that w/o killing off a ton of deadweight. This iteration of Lori, Dale, Andrea, and T-Bone absolutely need to go. Daryl might as well since he's nothing but a catalyst to get the broads to cry now. And it's not gonna happen but ****ing kill Rick and let Shane play daddy to Carl. Shane's gone soon, he's got a commitment on another show, but Grimes ****ing sucks.