Walking Dead

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  1. CRUDS

    CRUDS El Diablo Tip Jar Donor

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    Merle hands down.
    Then Daryl and Shane.
    I met Norman Reedus years ago in Vegas. He was just coming off a bump in popularity with a flick called Deuces Wild (and the whole Boondock thing) and I swear he was looking for people to notice him. Just went up and kicked the poop for a bit. Weird fella. Ended up hanging out with Chuck Zeto the same day.
    Vegas is always a party..
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  2. M3gatitan

    M3gatitan Camp Fodder

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    Got to watch the midseason finale on HD, that was sick, considering i normally watch it on my tiny old *** dell latitude haha,
    And I agree shanes sensible, but if i was in ricks shoes, and he was my best friend, (or suppose to be) i would have done put a bullet in his head, too much disrespect for me to tolerate(if i was in the situation)
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    Oh yeah I love Merle too. I was just thinking more the main characters. I'm a Rooker fanboy. I was so freaking pissed when Merle's "return" turned out to be a hallucination.
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  4. CRUDS

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    Rooker is a maniac. Love many of his roles.. Grant Grant LOL!
    He WAS Henry!
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  5. CRUDS

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    And nobody is watching Hell on Wheels right after?
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  6. M3gatitan

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    Don't have cable my friend, but i was able to watch an episode of it the other night, but i had no clue what was going on
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    The name didn't sell it for me. Then you said it was like Deadwood, so that killed any interest that was left.

    CC, you know all about movies. I tried finding it on google, but there was a movie when I was a kid. Basically, cars came to life and started killing people. The "leader" of the automobiles was an 18 wheeler. I want to say it was purple and green.. or maybe there was a goblin looking head as an ornament. Idk =( Know what movie im talking about?

    no it wasn't autobots.
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  8. RTH

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    Maximum Overdrive... it was a film adaptation of a Stephen King story.

    Had Emilio Esteves.
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    The Goblin-headed truck wasn't the leader... merely a more "profound" nemesis for the human survivors.


    Also... it was all machines, not just cars.


    ALSO... upon rewatching... it's an awful movie. :D
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  10. CRUDS

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    Yeah, Maximum Overdrive is pretty bad.
    Deadwood, on the other hand was a fantastic show. We should be so lucky to have Al Swearingen back on the air.

    I said HOW maker's must have been fans of Deadwood because of some obvious similarities in what they are doing. Completely different show though.
    I'm intrigued but not yet 100%. The "Swede" character is my favorite so far..
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