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(10-16-2012 02:10 AM)aviat0rshades Wrote: Love the show. However, I felt a little lost last night. Maybe it's been a little too long since I saw the last episode aired but why was Rick being such a dick to Lori?
(10-16-2012 03:16 AM)chads-cards Wrote: In the last episode of season two his last comments basically said he was taking control and nobody could do anything without his order. Plus I think hes still pissed at lori since she banged his best friend and may be carrying his baby lol
(10-16-2012 04:27 AM)chads-cards Wrote: I think hell make it. And yeah carl wanted hershys daughter but got blocked....I wish they wouldnt have just skipped 5-6 months ahead...im surprised nobody died in that time period
(10-16-2012 06:33 AM)melcmd Wrote: In the books, there wasn't any real tension between Rick and Lori. In fact, she never told him about sleeping with Shane.
In the show, she had been instigating the whole mess between Rick and Shane. She kept being a tease to Shane until he snapped. She felt neglected by Rick when he was trying to protect everyone. When he tells her that he killed Shane, she gets cold and distant and pulled away. I'm guessing that months later and not "getting busy" has made Rick bitter and pissed as well.
Who wouldn't be when the wife gets mad at you for killing her lover!
What happened to Herschel actually happens to Dale in the book. Much later in fact.
As to the live prisoners.....they've been locked in the kitchen with all that food stored for hundreds if not thousands of inmates. They were fine.
Also, in the book Carl shoots and kills Shane. They bury him. Rick much later goes back and digs Shane up. He puts him down when Shane sits up.
FYI, if you haven't read the books, stay away and just watch the show. A lot of characters you love don't make it. It takes a little away from the experience knowing whose going to become zombie or human chow.