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#405 : November 26, 2012, 10:13:10 AM

Well, putting things in perspective, a large part of the group is home still if I can recall correctly. Hershell, Carol, Hershel's other daughter who I refuse to learn her name because she will probably die very soon, Judith/T-Dogg Jr/Ass Kicker or whatever the baby's name is, and Carl. Pretty sure all of them make it, don't remember which if any prisoners went, I thought both did.

So the way you figure, we're probably going to lose one of Rick, Daryl, Andrea, Glen, Maggie, or Michonne, and possible the prisoners as being expendable. I think we lose one of the major characters. I'm also expecting a twist, like Merle doing something crazy and helping the group out instead of the governor. I'm thinking Andrea, Governer, and Merl drop next episode. They're calling it a midseason finale, seems like a long season than! Not complaining. Would love to see another 10ish episodes in February. Thought half seasons would be ~6 episodes, maybe 8 if you're lucky. I guess another possible twist is, the Governer sent a raiding party to the prison and they wipe out the people who you thought would be safe.

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#406 : November 26, 2012, 05:11:38 PM

I'm think something is going to happen at the prison. The Gov sent a group out to scout it. Carl , Carol, Hershel, Beth, the baby (judith) and Axel were left at the prison. I see Axel as a gonner and possibly Beth. I don't see how Merle and the Gov will make it past this season. Even if Merle were to turn on the Gov to help the group, there is no way that they would trust him after waht he did to Glen.

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#407 : November 27, 2012, 04:40:12 PM

Q&A - Steven Yeun (Glenn)



Steven Yeun, who plays Glenn on AMC's The Walking Dead, talks with AMCtv.com about post-apocalyptic romance and his expertise at being a hostage.

Q: Season 3 Episode 7, "When the Dead Come Knocking," is intense. Was this your first time ever being taken hostage?

A: You know, I'd been held hostage the first year, and then I was held hostage by my own people going down into the well last season! But this year, it was cool to show a little bit of mettle to Glenn, to see what he'd become.

Q: Do you feel like you're now trained to be able to escape from a similar strapped to a chair situation, if one ever arose?

A: It wasn't as difficult as it seemed, luckily. Turning over the chair on your back isn't easy, but standing up on it while being strapped to it wasn't as hard as I thought it would be. It was a blast. I hope I'd be as good. But if anyone is smart, they'd strap my legs to the chair as well.

Q: Do you have a favorite walker kill from this season?

A: Having the experience of choreographing that whole struggle of chair breaking and then coming alive and having to hit that walker in the head with a jagged chair was satisfying. That was awesome.

Q: The group gets to kill lots of walkers this season. Was it an actor's dream come true?

A: It was awesome. Trying to figure out new ways to kill these things is fun, as well as choreographing all that stuff. It's satisfying to kill one. People get into it. When we're filming and the responsibility comes to you to kill a walker and you're like, "Everybody trusts me to do this," it's a feeling that permeates from the character to the actor.

Q: Melissa McBride (Carol) talked about how the prison offered some comfort from the Georgia heat. Did that make it difficult to look like a survivor of a zombie apocalypse?

A: Being outside in the heat is always nice when you're trying to look miserable, but air conditioning is always good. You have to sit there and readjust to the surroundings, but somehow the set crew designed the inside of the prison to be just as disgusting as the outside. I don't know what they did, but it sucked in there too.

Q: In the moment when Glenn and Maggie get taken prisoner by Merle in Season 3 Episode 6, "Hounded," were you hoping they'd be able to get away?

A: I think they made a mistake in that moment and let their guard down. That's what happens when you have love in the apocalypse! The stakes aren't as high in the real world -- if you were to go shopping for baby formula, I don't think someone would come up to you and steal your girlfriend. But in that situation, it's almost terrible to have that attachment.

Q: Is Michael Rooker as frightening as he seems?

A: Michael Rooker is quite the character, he's in it. He's Merle. We just played it real. There's a lot of trust with us that's awesome. You just kind of have us play out something, and just film it. It's not such a grand process; it's just everyone's game and everyone's down to try something new and make it look good. It's a collaborative effort that goes surprisingly fast.

Q: Were there any sort of personal adjustments that you added to that scene?

A: Just kind of the whole feeling of what happens when you're pummeled. I tried to play up how painful it would be to get around when your ribs are almost broken, your face almost broken, and all. Also, I tried to incorporate what you do when you're in that much rage -- it was a whole process.

Q: Glenn and Maggie have a scene where they wake up in the guard tower. How'd you get up there?

A: They build out everything on the prison, it's crazy, but the only thing they didn't do was build steps up to the guard tower! So we had to take a crane up there, which was a fun experience.

Q: Glenn has emerged as one of the leaders of the group. Is this a situation you've ever been in yourself?

A: For me personally, the challenges of this season were about filling the holes left by the people that we lost. There are a lot of amazing actors that aren't there any more. As that happens, a little bit more responsibility is put on you in the weight you carry. So I feel like I've been dealt the same amount of responsibility on the show that Glenn has been dealt, and that growth has been almost one to one as each season has gone.

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#408 : November 30, 2012, 06:24:28 PM

Anybody else surprised how well Andrea's ass looked in a thong?


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#409 : November 30, 2012, 06:41:28 PM

Anybody else surprised how well Andrea's ass looked in a thong?

Absolutely.


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#410 : December 02, 2012, 11:32:58 PM

Spoilers....










TYREESE!!


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#411 : December 03, 2012, 12:29:58 AM

Agree with chase on this one.




 
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#412 : December 03, 2012, 05:24:19 AM

I would have assumed Carol was a lesbian too.


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#413 : December 03, 2012, 08:30:15 AM

Was kinda disappointed in the mid season finale. The whole attack on the governor's compound was pretty weak. It looked low budget and poorly thought out. Plus, nothing really happened. Felt like they were purposely dragging out the plot to make more episodes. The result was a pretty uneventful finale. I guess I just had my expectations set too high for a finale. Also, all finales should be two hours.

I had all kinds of problems with lots of things from this episode, but I think by biggest question is how the phk do they have a small war with fully automatic weapons and flash grenades.....but it doesn't attract a herd of walkers? One single shot in the middle of the night brought the whole Armageddon down upon the barn....but they can firer a few thousand rounds and use grenades in the still of the night and nothing happens?

Lastly, I saw Daryl in the woods in the preview to next season so I assume he lives, but sometimes they throw stuff like that in previews just to mislead you. I can't imagine how he'll escape his current situation...but they better not kill him off. I don't even like that he got caught. I'm gonna assume he surrender to see his brother cause there is no way Daryl would accidentally get caught by the Governors stooges.

Adrian has taken Lorie's place as my most despised character. I'm ready for her and her one eyed boyfriend to have their face eaten now.


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#414 : December 04, 2012, 08:05:53 AM

Was kinda disappointed in the mid season finale. The whole attack on the governor's compound was pretty weak. It looked low budget and poorly thought out. Plus, nothing really happened. Felt like they were purposely dragging out the plot to make more episodes. The result was a pretty uneventful finale. I guess I just had my expectations set too high for a finale. Also, all finales should be two hours.

I had all kinds of problems with lots of things from this episode, but I think by biggest question is how the phk do they have a small war with fully automatic weapons and flash grenades.....but it doesn't attract a herd of walkers? One single shot in the middle of the night brought the whole Armageddon down upon the barn....but they can firer a few thousand rounds and use grenades in the still of the night and nothing happens?

Lastly, I saw Daryl in the woods in the preview to next season so I assume he lives, but sometimes they throw stuff like that in previews just to mislead you. I can't imagine how he'll escape his current situation...but they better not kill him off. I don't even like that he got caught. I'm gonna assume he surrender to see his brother cause there is no way Daryl would accidentally get caught by the Governors stooges.

Adrian has taken Lorie's place as my most despised character. I'm ready for her and her one eyed boyfriend to have their face eaten now.

I disagree.

Rick's group retook their friends. Michonne asked to a part of their group. Carl showed he's not the same little kid who ran away evert 5 seconds when he was at the farm. The cast was expanded when Tyrese and his group entered the prison. Although I didn't like discovering that the prison wasn't as secure as we thought. Michonne vs the Governor was a brutal fight. Not as gory as the comics, but still good. It seems that attack has pushed the Governor towards a darker path. Which will setup a pretty interesting last 8 episodes.

I'm pretty sure some Walkers will be drawn to Woodbury after the fight but the walls are protected enough where they can be picked off and the herd can be whittled down.

Looking forward to the final 8 episodes in Feb

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#415 : December 04, 2012, 02:17:23 PM

That half-season seemed like a full season. Love that and only have to wait a few months to see the rest.

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#416 : December 05, 2012, 02:53:44 PM

My only grip is comparing the Governor between the comic book and TV show. In the comic book he's a vile POS who you are actvely rooting to get his just desserts based on the heinous things he did. In the TV adaption he's just wierd and paranoid but never really crosses into the territory of digust you would feel as an observer.

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#417 : December 05, 2012, 02:56:52 PM

I have a feeling that the second half of the season, we will see more of the vile Gov.


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#418 : December 05, 2012, 04:01:43 PM

Murdering the Army reserve guys was pretty harsh. So was sending out a search party to kill Michon. So is keeping heads in fish tanks. So is forcing whats her face to take off her clothes and act like he was going to rape her. So is telling Merle to go ahead and kill Glen and his girl. The list goes on. I'd say the Gov is a pretty sadistic **CENSORED** and I have great disgust for him.


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#419 : December 05, 2012, 04:19:03 PM

Yeah, the governor is pretty sadistic. If he did something to Maggie it would have been over the top too, everyone would want the guy 6 feet under. I agree with Chace on this, after what Michonne did, I think we haven't seen the worst of him.
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