8) Let's get back to the prison, quick! Rick decides that someone is playing a nasty trick on them (ya think?), and goes to shut down the prison's back-up generator, where he meets THE CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TRICKSTER WHOSE BEEN UNLOCKING ALL THE GATES! (We know this because he's still got a piece of deer spleen on his shoe.) Fight, fight, fight, and Rick is saved by Oscar the shunned prisoner—who also happens to be BLACK. (Hey, since T-Dog's dead, they have to maintain their minority quotas or HR's gonna be pissed!)
9) Since no one's around to help her birth that baby, Lori convinces Maggie to give her a back alley C-section—knowing full well she's going to die. Heroic, but dumb. And since she's giving up her life for the baby's, Lori thinks this entitles her to deliver THE MOST GROTESQUE AND POORLY ACTED GOODBYE MONOLOGUE I'VE SEEN IN YEARS. Seriously, that was terrible. Now I don't feel so bad about all the awful things I've said about her. Good riddance!
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Great episode, they really need to pick up the pace in Woodbury, and be brutal about it.
can you please post a list of your approved shows?
I thought exactly the same thing on both these counts!!!! I felt a mild twinge of guilt over Lori's death and then I realized she's STILL a terrible parent because now she's unloaded a BABY on them and abandoned them! It's like they're carrying around a bite-sized zombie treat! As if ONE of her kids wasn't ENOUGH trouble!
It's fun to make fun of it. And did Carl really kill her or did he put a bullet in her brain to keep her from becoming a zombie? I assumed the latter, but, like I said, I was watching on mute.
That aside, I liked this episode.
And they did! It almost made me want to start watching the show again, since they're obviously listening to my comments and fulfilling my wishes on demand.
The problem is that every time I tune in, I just cheer for the zombies. Fuck I hate that fucking show.
Its watchable in comparison with such absolute flag waving, german-housefrau-cleaning-product-commercial-dialogue, horribly idiotic nonsense as Revolution.
So it gets my Noble TV Peace Prize for not being Revolution.
It is called juxtaposition.
Although no excuses for staying at the farm for an entire season. The comics handled the juxtposition of dialogue and action much better.