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Haha I'm glad we got this out of the way, now we can continue to talk up TWD. Speaking of Demunns character, I'm really hoping he informs people of Shane, if I saw someone do that I would totally rat that person out.
Saw the season finale, exhilarated that it's renewed for a 2nd season & twice as many episodes (16) as this was a winter seasonal replacement but a wildly successful one.
Yes I agree, what secret info whispered to our protag was that somebody failed a blood test, & the member of the survivor group in question will be the 1st one eliminated in Season 2. So it's reasonable to assume they will bring in new blood to enlarge the rapidly thinning group. I think they're keeping the blonde though, sorry Jvig, her dad is 50-50 IMO.
The start of season 2 will feature a reconnection with military survivors (that helicopter we saw earlier as noted? Ft. Benning nearby?) or the holdouts in the inner city we saw in the Vatos episode. And the return of a vengeful one-handed Merle, count on it.
No TV series has launched so many disturbing dreams as TWD, I know I see & hear its characters in my sleep sometimes. Thankfully the zombies, not so much....
12 minutes preview of Games of Throne that will aire on HBO in April. I'm so anxious to see that show.
I saw that preview too, it looks like it's going to be big budget & really good, based on medieval/Renaissance Europe with a lot of the darkness from that time instead of a Romanticized slant with chivalry & its attendant hokum.
George R. R. Martin is a helluva fantasy & horror writer, the only novel of his I've read was about 25 yrs ago, Fevre Dream, about 19th Century vampires on a Mississippi River steamboat preying on other riverboats at night, great stuff, good times.....