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Is awesome! Watch it when you can. Actually, there's a Walking Dead marathon on Sunday for us. OuO

Dumpling (talk)19:09, 14 March 2012

Once I've caught up with Castle and Breaking Bad!

Scarlet A.pngd hominem19:24, 14 March 2012

Blech! I say skip it. Bland, one-dimensional characters, almost no action and no urgency to the plot (which moves at a snail's pace). At best you can say there are some nice setpieces with zombies, but that's dragged down hard by long conversations between characters we know almost nothing about.

To be fair, though, the most recent episode was pretty great. I just wish more were like that.

Cow...Hammertime!19:25, 14 March 2012

I'll be the first to say "the books are better!" even though I haven't read them all yet. The whole clinging-onto-the-constructs-of-the-past thing that seems to pervade the show is kinda hard to accept and the show moves slower than Lost, which actually had some mystery in it. If you watch it while muted you realize that the action scenes really aren't a whole lot besides some camera tricks and prop work.

Seth Peck (talk)19:29, 14 March 2012
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