Season finale of the Walking Dead

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What did you think of how the walking dead ended?
04/01/2013
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I was sooo disappointed about the ending. The begining and middle were great! But the ending... Ay....what a let down.
04/01/2013
Zombirella Zombirella
I actually liked it. I thought it was sad when Andrea died, but I was kinda thinking it was going to be her when they said a major character was going to die. I'm glad to see Daryl and Michonne are still here! I liked how Rick's group brought back the people from Woodbury. I was shocked at what the Governor did to his "troop" and Milton. I also thought that with her free hand, Andrea could have still been able to kill Milton once he turned.
04/02/2013
Ningyo Ningyo
*Spoilers below*

I have mixed feelings about it. I thought Rick and co. were finally being smart and were actually going to leave the prison for good. I mean why not? They could have easily left the county or even Georgia and settled somewhere that doesn't have a crazy Governor nearby. But as with a lot of decisions made on the show, you just have to forget logic for the sake of drama, apparently. I was not at all sad to see Andrea go. Her 'emotional' goodbye had me rolling my eyes though. "I didn't want anyone to die" or something like that were her dying words, though it's literally her fault that most of the Woodbury civilians turned soldiers were slaughtered because she had sooo many opportunities to kill the Governor. Anyway I could go on and on but these are the first few thoughts that came to mind.
04/02/2013
Ningyo Ningyo
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Originally posted by Zombirella
I actually liked it. I thought it was sad when Andrea died, but I was kinda thinking it was going to be her when they said a major character was going to die. I'm glad to see Daryl and Michonne are still here! I liked how Rick's group brought ... More
I'm happy Daryl survived as well. He's my favorite and I'll have a hard time continuing with the show if he ever dies. Though I found his lack of emotional fallout from killing his zombiefied brother kind of odd. As for the Woodbury people being welcomed to the prison, I don't get why Rick and the others didn't move into Woodbury? It seemed like it would be more comfortable and have more resources/supplies. And as for Andrea, why did she have to pause every few minutes from trying to pick up the pliers to stare at Milton?? At one point he even tells her to hurry up. The writers used the stupidity they forced on her character to create stilted drama up until the end. I can't say I'll miss her.
04/02/2013
Zombirella Zombirella
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Originally posted by Ningyo
I'm happy Daryl survived as well. He's my favorite and I'll have a hard time continuing with the show if he ever dies. Though I found his lack of emotional fallout from killing his zombiefied brother kind of odd. As for the Woodbury ... More
I was irritated with Andrea when she slept with the Governor and had her chance and she didn't do what she was supposed to! I liked her character up til then, but I was still kinda hoping she'd stay around. I guess I'm one of those emotional females, those scenes just get me almost every time.
I wondered that too, about Rick's group not moving there. It would make more sense.
I didn't want Merle to die. I mean you just start to like the guy and they off him. I actually thought him dying how he did was ridiculous. I mean I felt that he would have been able to stab the Governor with that crazy arm of his!
I love Daryl, tough guy with a soft spot, a little bit of redneck too and his crazy good looks! I would be highly upset if they got rid of him, but I'm too into it to stop watching. He wasn't a comic character, so I'm hoping that since he wasn't and they are making his fate up as they go, that they'll keep him.
04/02/2013
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