Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Big TT, Oct 16, 2011.
Don't know why they decided to kill off shane....without his and rick's tension the show is now completely dry.
and that kid is a freaking annoyance I wish he would just die...
Mu question is...
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Randall had no bite marks when Glenn and Daryl found him. Shane was not bitten after Rick shot him. How did Randall and Shane become infected?
I don't know why you keep watching. All you do is complain about the show's plot and pace.
Surely there's something else you can do at 9PM on Sunday.
I didn't watch the last 2 but the hype around the show is unreal. I can't get on facebook without learning what happens..
I've had this theory since the end of season 1.
The virus is in the air and it's not the bite itself that turns you into a zombie, it's the act of dieing. Any cause of death besides something that messes up your brain, like a bullet to the head or getting stabbed with a knife through the skull, will turn you into a zombie.
I think this is what the crazy scientist told Rick at the CDC when he whispered into his ear as they left, which the writers still haven't addressed. Probably something like "you're all infected"...
Idk, just a guess. Pretty sure it's right though.
That is more than likely correct... which would explain why Rick put a bullet in the fat guy's head after killing him.
totally disagree. I was so sick of that stupid love triangle and so happy it has reached the conclusion it should have. This show doesn't need this sappy family drama.
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everyone is infected already
Shane, along with Daryl, was my favorite character but we all knew this was coming. I'm honestly surprised he lasted this long as I know he was killed off rather quickly in the comics. (How did he die in the comics anyway? Similar scenario?)
As much as I hated to see him go, the love triangle aspect of the story was getting WAY too much attention lately. Hopefully the show will be even better now that part of the story has reached its conclusion. Well, at least I hope it has. It really wouldn't surprise me if significant chunks of several future episodes are spent with Rick and Lori debating the morality of what Rick did. Or whether or not Lori still had feelings for him.
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