And giving Carl a loaded gun to keep? That doesn't sit right with me. I 've got no problem with him learning how to handle a weapon with adult supervision, but kids don't have the capacity to handle the kind of responsibility it takes to carry one.
So since then, the group's gone practice-shooting, Andrea shot Daryl, they shoot a barnload of zombies....coupled with Shane's ranting and raving beforehand....not to mention Daryl's rinding around on a motorcycle that would set off car alarms, and all the hammering they've been doing while boarding up the windows --and no zombies. Until Carl shoots Shane once and now there are 100 zombies coming out of the woods within sight of the house. *sigh* At least this is consistant with Season 1 and the Season 2's first episode.
And last but not least, Season 2 is almost over and T-Dog is the only character out of the first group who isn't developed much at all. He barely has a speaking role. Everyone is evolving and there's interplay and tensions between them---except for him. Why? They seemed to be setting him up in Season 1 to maybe have some kind of connection to Daryl because of Merle....and he was starting some kind of friendship with Dale.....but then they dropped it. I'd like to know more about this guy and what he thinks and who he is. But he's been like wallpaper. He seems to be the Nightcrawler of the Walking Dead.
tend to agree that Lori probably pushed him over a very narrow edge. He kind of had a stunned look on his face throughout her little speech... must have been his brain breaking. I think he was just crazy all by himself though, no zombie virus required.
I think you nailed T-Dog there. While we were watching it I was counting out loud his number of lines this week, lol. I wouldn't be surprised if he doesn't bite it in the finale. I'm betting all the farm folk except maybe Herschel and Maggie are zombie chow.
Slarti wrote:Re: the car jam people – I thought the same thing, but on another forum somebody posted an interview with Kirkman explaining that every unanimated corpse in that traffic jam had head trauma, but it may not have been visible in every shot. Sounds like a continuity gaff that they didn't make a point of shooting them to show that, but whatever.
Slarti wrote:In the comics, they make a point of showing everyone being trained with guns and the issue of Carl carrying a gun is a major plot point and ongoing fight between Rick, Lori and Shane. I think the argument was just condensed for the show, honestly.
Ult_Sm86 wrote:There were a couple training montages I believe near the end of Season 1 and somewhere in the first half of season 2.
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