@WattaKitty - On one and two, I believe you're right. I'm more interested in those future complications and repercussions of what took place, but it's good to hear you enjoyed the ep!
@Viv - I'm glad you liked the episode! I'm looking forward to seeing more answers with the Machine too
@Alexa - Thanks! No idea why I put that. Yes, really top notch episode for the season.
@Fatin - Well now you've got me thinking there's more to the tea! @KrennenC - I knew I couldn't be the only one! Now I wonder if his daughter will be Taken... @KP - I get she had reason to be wary but maybe I wish she didn't spend most of her time giving the stink eye. I'm sure as we progress, we'll get more into her character. I look forward to that because she should and can be another great addition to the show. @Terrie - I agree the show shouldn't be an exact copy and I'm glad it's not. It's great to take aspects of the graphic novel and expand or deviate from the original. It keeps it fresh at the same time putting in stuff graphic novel fans will notice!
@Jenn - I think I had Jack Nicholson on the brain because of The Shining. Thanks Jenn for letting me know.
@Holyturtle - It is kinda true. I don't think anyone from The Governor's crew was even injured. I know the Governor brought the heavy firepower and I know the army guys weren't prepared for an attack, but still, it might have been nice to see them put up a little more of a fight, especially because they were military soliders.
@Tiffany and olivianicoleee - I think that the reason he killed them all was because he didn't want to have to worry about a force that could take away his rule/power. They posed a threat to him, so it was easier to kill and take all their supplies then try and work it out. It's probably a lot easier to not worry about Andrea and Michonne, which is him underestimating them, and instead be more concerned about a group of trained military. That or he's just psychotic.
@joker573- I didn't even think that but I totally see it. I did think of The Departed though when they were trying to avoid the bad guys on the rooftop. @DeAnn - It's true. We never did find out who won. I know technically it didn't matter, but now I'm curious too.
@Mary - Thanks! I'm really enjoying this season so far @Rai - I love that his character isn't being overused either. He's a formidable foe for Reese and Finch
@Feedback - I don't think anyone is gonna get to Carl and I've got a feeling he's gonna be around for a long while. Frankly, I like the fact the show is looking to develop him as more than just a kid throwing rocks or being stupid. Time will tell if it pays off for sure. @TiffanyO - Carol has gotten some great lines and I already love that she's contributing to the group in such a positive manner. This is definitely gonna be one hell of a season! @Andres - I think it may be a combination of both. The amount of time that lapsed between season two and three could have been enough to really tear at their emotional connections and relationship, especially because the two weren't on the same page at the end of season two. It's certainly possible that other things pushed them even further apart that we didn't get to see. If anything Rick has clearly shown a darker transformation where his focus is more on doing anything it takes to survive rather than going over relationship drama. It'll be interesting to see how Lori and Rick continue to play out.
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