Originally Posted by Untouchable
Last season, everyone b*tched that there wasn't enough action. Now there's tons of action and people are acting like Rick going nuts and seeing a hallucination of Lori is the last straw?
Does the show have flaws? Sure, but it's still better than the vast majority of sh*t on TV. I personally have no idea why crap like Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men consistently win Emmy awards over shows like It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia.
I like zombies, and The Walking Dead is an entertaining show about zombies. Pretty refreshing if you ask me, especially since there hasn't been a remotely decent zombie movie made since the late 80's/early 90's.
How many cop dramas and ER shows can you take?
I've always loved zombies and I love this show about zombies, but yeah, it's definitely flawed. I think it's been poor writing at times. The Michonne character is a big example. On the Talking Dead, they are finally picking up on some other things like how they are all great marksmen and seemingly have an endless supply of ammo.
Yesterday's first 50 minutes reminded me of the first half of the season at the farm. Not going anywhere. The last 10 minutes were awesome though.
I thought the first half of this season was great. The rest of this season looks promising. It's a flawed show, but still one of the best on air. Not everything can be the Wire or Breaking Bad.