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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Beryl, Nov 19, 2012.
So what makes the guts a good masking agent if not scent?
Would you want to eat something all covered with guts and viscera? I think it's all about presentation and plating: messy humans simply don't look good enough to eat.
And a woman towing around zombies in chains? That's a Crazy Woman, and zombies know You Don't Eat Crazy.
If only there was a word in the English language that was used to describe what you are saying above.
This was in the TV.com review under the notes:
" So there was the explanation of her pets, given out by The Governor's resident science nerd. Without arms and jaws, zombies become docile and lose the urge to try to snack on people. And they also "camouflage" their owners from other walkers. "
The following link has more info on the scientist-governor scene:
"Milton also tells The Governor the arms were most likely removed so they cant grab anyone, in turn, making them more docile. Milton states they are:
no longer in attack mode.
Essentially, Milton feels they lose interest in feeding, thereby wasting away bit by bit. The Governor describes them as lurkers and dubs them valuable camouflage. He makes one of the most memorable lines in the Walk With Me episode:
Walk with a biter, they think you are a biter.
Essentially, he and Milton feel Michonne had the walkers with them to ward off other walkers. For some reason, they seem to think the walkers dont like the smell of other walkers. "
Very cool, Hank. I now understand her perpetual 'scowl'. This chick is intense.
Where did the baby get her cute outfit?
From a zombie baby that now had a knife in its head?
I used the word "camouflage" in the earlier post I made about this, but nobody seemed to see it, so I reiterated.
I definitely remember seeing a water tower in the background of at least one scene.
Sorry to activate an old thread but I just watched the series this weekend. Did a zombie eat Rick's dead wife's body?
when Rick went down to where she had been, there was the fat walker that couldn't move because it had gorged itself on 'something'