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    The Walking Dead Season 2

    Starts tonight! I can't wait.

    It is an hour and a half premier, and starts at 9.

    http://www.amctv.com/shows/the-walking-dead

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    Re-watching the first 6 episodes from Season One now on AMC from 2:30pm - 9:00pm.

    Can't wait for tonights premiere!!!

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    "10 Things To Know" before watching Season 2 premiere.
    Plus another "new" 5-minute preview released yesterday:
    http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethe...-premiere.html

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    I have synchro tonight and I am going to miss it. We don't have a DVR, so I am hoping it gets up on On Demand fast. Mr Stormy and I rewatched Season 1 recently and are flipping back and forth between the marathon on now and the Patriots game.

    What a phenominal show. AMC's got my three favorite shows....Walking Dead, Breaking Bad and Mad Men.

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    Amazing Race had better start on time. Plus the baseball game is on. So. I hope my brain can pay attention to three different things.

    But I am excited for this!!! I'm hoping for lots of zombies and fewer stupid people!

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    I acknowledge some of the people are stupid, but, um the zombies don't do much except lurch.
    Those who never succeed themselves are always the first to tell you how.

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    Well, hopefully they lurch after the stupid people and then lunch on them.

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    Note to self: if the zombies attack, do not drive down the freeway where all the idiots went. Take the backroads. And do not cut your own damn artery.
    Those who never succeed themselves are always the first to tell you how.

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    The stupid moments have so far been limited. However, how far do they think this kid has traveled?

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    Well, they were stupid for letting a kid walk up to a wild deer. A deer that would just stand there. Right. That was dumb.
    Those who never succeed themselves are always the first to tell you how.

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    Without a bunch of humans around, though, wouldn't the deer have not been frightened?

    Still, that was NOT what I thought was going to happen!

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    I wasn't sure what the kid was trying to do, pet it?

    In the wild, the deer would have taken off as soon as it saw you if you startled it. If it knows you're there, it knows and it would have kept it's distance. (shrug) kind of an odd way to end it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrincessLeppard View Post
    Without a bunch of humans around, though, wouldn't the deer have not been frightened?

    Still, that was NOT what I thought was going to happen!
    The deer would have bolted as soon as it saw movement or smelled them. There's other things besides humans that might eat it. I'm guessing the people who they run to found the girl.
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    My main thought on tonights episode:

    I liked the way Andrea told Dale off about making her choices for her. Who is he to decide how people "choose" to end their life, and then act like some kind of savior who did her a favor. I felt exactly like Andrea...Dale was a self-righteous control freak who needed to mind his own business. And give Andrea her gun back...there are zombies wandering around everywhere!!!!

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    Post-premiere thoughts and what comes next:

    http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethe...omes-next.html


    This one made me laugh:
    4. Zombies can move in herds: Okay, this is new. We had been kind of accustomed to lurkers (zombies that just hang around waiting for fresh meat to wander by) and roamers (zombies who themselves wander -- slowly -- in search of the next meal). At a September screening of the season premiere, producer Gale Anne Hurd talked about the new herd behavior and said to think of it not so much as an organized effort, so much as the braindead leading the braindead. One walked in a particular direction and others followed

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    Quote Originally Posted by rfisher View Post
    Well, they were stupid for letting a kid walk up to a wild deer. A deer that would just stand there. Right. That was dumb.
    That's what I thought as well. No way would a deer stand there, and if it did, I wouldn't want a kid near it. It could have used its hooves to attack.

    I liked Andrea's diatribe as well.

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    I agree that it was really unbelievable that a deer would just stand there as a person walked up to it. However, I give them a break. I think this goes back to the Sheriff guy in the church asking for any kind of sign. Maybe this is God's way of putting them on the right track. You know the saying; "God works in mysterious ways."

    I feel kind of psychic. When the episode began I was thinking that something was going to happen to one of the kids. I felt like it wasn't believable that they have never been in harms way (well, they have but you know what I mean...I think). Now we have one kid shot and the other missing. I didn't quite see it happening like that!
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    I can accept the magic quiver that refills itself with metal tipped arrows and the guns which never run out of ammunition, but the sheriff's shirt that is always ironed is too much. Although, I guess it would be very helpful to have a self-ironing shirt if one is running around getting zombie gore on it all the time. And, I was when the mighty hunter with a huge butcher knife had to stab the zombie multiple times to get to to its stomach. A bit of overkill on the gore considering people are able to gut an elephant with a stone knife.
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    Or the deer could just have been a escapee from a petting zoo or something like that where it was already used to humans. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    Or the deer could just have been a escapee from a petting zoo or something like that where it was already used to humans. LOL
    Yeah, that's it! Yeahhhhh....... *regains suspension of disbelief*

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