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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by DevdogAZ, Sep 14, 2015.
Not if you're up against the window and looking out.
Never underestimate the stupidity of people IRL.
My thinking on that is that he, being a dog and all, wouldn't have the same response to the walker that a human would.
To him it might just be 'oh yay - come pet me'. By the time he realizes that the walker has nefarious intent he's been bitten.
Or not, but I'm just thinking based on dogs I've owned over the decades. If you're a walker or a live one, you probably look about the same to him.
Dogs always bark at evil. Aliens, monsters, terminators, anything evil in human form, dogs bark at.
Don't you watch movies?!?
Cell phones definitely would not be working for facebook, snapchat, calls, texts etc... ever try to use a cell phone a big event? Rarely can you even get or send a text. In a major emergency the system would be overloaded.
Anyway, this is based on a comic book, it is not meant to be hyper-realistic.
To be hyper-realistic about it, it's not based on a comic book.
It's based on another TV show that's based on a comic book.
This is a "Walking Dead" series. People and animals don't run away. They practically serve themselves up on a silver platter.
Seriously though, I can see an aggressive dog attacking and then a zombie getting a good grip on it.
I'll say this though.... that zombie was one of the creepiest to date. He was fresh, but still "dead", and the fresh gore around his mouth made it all especially creepy. And after they saw him eating the dog, there's no doubt in their minds as to what he was trying to do to them.
That part bothers me. It makes you wonder why. Was she sick? Did she get bitten? Was she depressed?
I figured just your average suicidal spouse. Maybe her maze of beans were not sprouting and she became despondent.
Addressed in this week's episode