The walking dead starts again tonight

Tommo1993

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Watching it now. This is adding absolutely nothing to the show.

Or her potential path if she didn’t help Andrea. Still pretty pointless.
 
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Watching it now. This is adding absolutely nothing to the show.

Or her potential path if she didn’t help Andrea. Still pretty pointless.
They do like to give a character a big send off.

The Carl one was particularly vomit-inducing.
 

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They do like to give a character a big send off.

The Carl one was particularly vomit-inducing.
Think we’re all longing for Rick to come back. But I was more hoping he’d wander back in, and tell Michonne he’d just nipped down to Tesco for bread and milk. And then she’d give him a clout.
 

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They've confirmed that they hadn't quite finished filming the series so it'll stop on the penultimate episode instead and they'll get the last one out whenever
 

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They've confirmed that they hadn't quite finished filming the series so it'll stop on the penultimate episode instead and they'll get the last one out whenever
If it's another swing of Lucille and a muffled scream, the internet will go into meltdown for the rest of the year.
 

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It was the predictable stuff all over again.

Did any of us for a single minute believe that Carol would die? That Negan had nothing else in mind other than killing the two Whisperers?

The tension isn't there, because there are so few surprises anymore. It's all very predictable.
 

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I did enjoy it despite everything being signposted just because it was back on the main story arc, I wonder how their unintentional end to the series a week early will go though with next week's episode.


I saw that the Fear series had a neat easter egg, they showed either posters or album covers that hinted at Beta's identity a few episodes back
 
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I did enjoy it despite everything being signposted just because it was back on the main story arc, I wonder how their unintentional end to the series a week early will go though with next week's episode.


I saw that the Fear series had a neat easter egg, they showed either posters or album covers that hinted at Beta's identity a few episodes back
We are going to be one episode short aren't we. So the penultimate episode next week, will be the last one for a number of months.
 

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Yeah, I wonder if it'll be the planned episode or they'll have been editing it, although with it nearing the end it'd probably have some kind of suspenseful ending anyway
 
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Season 11 will be 24 episodes long but will be the end of the show, then there's a Carol and Daryl spinoff to start the year after
 

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Why watched the Walking Dead when you can just go Safari to Bedworth?
 

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Season 11 will be 24 episodes long but will be the end of the show, then there's a Carol and Daryl spinoff to start the year after
For me they're run about 5 seasons too long. If they'd have wrapped it up after 5 or 6 seasons it would have been an all time classic but they've dragged it out as long as possible. And with a spin off clearly intend to drag it out even longer.
 

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There's that other spinoff either just started or imminently joining Fear The Walking Dead AND the upcoming Rick films too, a franchise being about things that just won't die has never been more fitting
 
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Well there’s no much of the comicbooks story left, finish the whisper war, find the commonwealth, and the time jump, but I agree the tv show has dragged on a bit
 
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Think I got to about season 8 in the end, and by that point I was having to force myself to watch it.

It was so good as well, I cannot believe how much they fucked it up. I think deliberately slashing the budgets and keeping it in Georgia didn't do them any favours either.
 

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I think season 10 has been better than the last few but there was a definitely a formula of peace, new threat, kill threat, repeat so hopefully them building to a definitive end will help.
 

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One of the new spin-offs now on Amazon. The Walking Dead: World Beyond. First episode available now.

Fair to middling.
 
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Series finale tomorrow night
 

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Episode 1, last ever season, Yoda as the new bad guy leader, with Chewbacca as his right hand henchman?
 
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Enjoys season 10, probably the best season for a while, hopefully they end the walking dead with a banger final season.
 

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Well Eugene clearly has the horn for some bird on’t other end of radio. Then they’re surrounded by storm troopers!
 
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