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A Look at Season 4: The Walking Dead

The cast and crew of The Walking Dead share their insights about Season 4.
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With this look into Season 4, it makes you wonder what's going to happen, especially with the writers and producers saying that there is a new threat that isn't human or zombie. Also in this little sneak peek/interview, I didn't really see anything about the Governor. With that being said I think they are going to try and surprise with whatever the Governor does because we know he's alive. This sneak peek also shows that nothing will ever stay good. They have turned the prison into a safe community but we see here that it's starting to fall apart. Once it does fall apart, I wonder where they will end up going.

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The walking dead-Barn scene

There is no doubt most impressive and emotional scene of second season sorry for bad quality Link for soundtrack; uploaded by DylnamicMusicInc http://www.med...
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Even though the second season was the most boring out of all seasons so far, this scene was probably one of the most heartbreaking and saddest scene in the series. Basically, Herschel and his family secretly kept zombies locked up in the barn house because they were family and friends that unfortunately turned; Herschel couldn’t bear to kill them. Once Rick and the others found out, they rudely took it upon themselves to go against Herschel’s rules and kill the zombies. However, the table completely and unexpectedly turned when Sophia, Carole’s daughter, walked out as a zombie. They have been looking for Sophia since the beginning of the season. I began to assume that she had died but I didn’t expect for her to be in the barn house. Once Sophia walked out, Rick and the others realized and felt the pain that Herschel and his family felt, which lead them to do what they did. However, Rick killed Sophia anyways because it was the right and fair thing to do. This episode had me thinking about what if I had survived and started a new life and end up seeing a loved one as a zombie. Would I have the strength to kill them? If I killed them, would I be seen as a heartless person?  If I didn’t, would I be seen as weak? That situation would be a double edged sword. 

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'The Walking Dead' Season 4 Recap: Carol Leaves — Is Melissa ...

'The Walking Dead' Season 4 Recap: Carol Leaves — Is Melissa ... | The Walking Dead | Scoop.it
Although this week's episode of The Walking Dead is titled “Indifference,” I'd bet just about anything that you'll react to it with anything but. Cue the heartache in 3, 2… RELATED | Walking Dead Renewed for Season 5.
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Although I’m highly opposed to a relationship possibility with Daryl, Carole is another third of my favorite character trinity. In my mind, Carole is the most developed character on the show. In the first season, she is a mom and a wife to an openly abusive man. Obviously because of this, she is timid and opposed to violence. When her husband dies, you can see her start to come out of her shell a little bit. However, once her daughter Olivia dies and turns into a zombie, she plummets into a depression. This downturn is understandable because she just lost her only child; anytime a parent loses a child, they will never be the same. Afterwards, she starts to accept and take everything that’s happened to her and learn from it; her past experiences mold her into the Carole we see in season 4. Then, Carole would hide, be emotional, soft, and scared. Now, Carole is fearless, rational, and more hardened. I like that the writers of The Walking Dead show someone taking heartbreaking experiences, applying their lessons to their life, and being able to move on without forgetting what happened in the past. With all of that being said, Carole is a very strong person and I think she can and will survive. I also think her character isn’t done on the show and she’ll somehow return.

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Webisodes The Walking Dead the bicycle woman/a mulher da bicicleta part 1 A New Day

- The Walking Dead Webisodes relate the bicycle woman's history. You may remember the bicycle woman. She's the woman Rick killed in the first episode of the ...
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The story behind this zombie is that she was a mother of two who sacrificed herself as zombie bait so that her children can run away while the zombies feed on her. She ends up half-eaten and turned into one herself. To me, it seems as though she is still “alive”, that herself or her soul is somehow still there. I say that because to me she looks as though she is sad and wants to die, even while she is reaching for him as food. I’m probably reading too much into this, but that’s just how I interpret this scene.

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The Walking Dead Trailer

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When I first heard about this series, I didn’t pay it any attention. However, once I began to watch it I fell in love instantly. This show allows me to “live” in another world. I love when books, movies, and TV shows let me leave my own reality behind and allow me to be in another one, even if it’s only for an hour or two or so many pages. Once I finished the first season, which was only 6 episodes long, I started thinking if I could survive a zombie apocalypse. At first I thought there was no chance in the world that I would make it past the first day! However, after watching the other seasons and completing the little personality quiz on the show’s website, I started to change my mind. In my mind, I would probably be a Carole, someone who was once scared but developed into a strong person. Plus, my family points out certain qualities I have that give a better chance at surviving. For example, I think about everything I do before I do it. By not being impulsive, I would most likely not do something stupid, which could lead to me dying. Plus, I adapt well. Being able to adapt to new environments and situations would help in survival because you would then be able to focus more on the situation than complaining and reminiscing on what used to be. Yet then again, everyone would say that they have what it takes to survive a zombie apocalypse. And since there’s a -5% of an actual zombie apocalypse happening, no one would really have the opportunity to find out.

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If Daryl Dies, They Will Riot - Daily Beast

If Daryl Dies, They Will Riot - Daily Beast | The Walking Dead | Scoop.it
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If Daryl Dies, They Will Riot
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The slogan is on T-shirts, bracelets, and posters found everywhere fine zombie goods are sold. Over four seasons, more than half of The Walking Dead's original characters have met gruesome deaths.
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Just like the title says, if Daryl dies, I will riot and I will also stop watching the show. Daryl Dixon has been my favorite character from the first season. Like the rest of the characters, he has developed and matured. In the first season, he used to be under his big brother’s shadow and quick-tempered. I always felt like he was only being a hot-headed maverick because his brother Merle was and he was used to going along with what Merle was doing. However, as the series progressed, you see him come into his own person and show who he is. He grows closer to the group and becomes very important in the group; Daryl is now Rick’s right hand man. I believe he is a necessity in the group because he is one of the best at surviving and killing zombies!! Daryl grew up in the country, so he knows how to hunt, shoot, and survive off the land. He is tough, yet at times he’s like a little boy when his brother is around. Like I said before, whenever Merle was around Daryl was kind of under his thumb. Yet he was still loyal to him because he was family and blood is thicker than water. However, when Merle becomes a zombie and Daryl has to kill him, he does so violently and emotionally. Normally, Daryl will use his crossbow or stab a zombie once to kill them. This time he repeatedly stabs him while crying. I think that he repeatedly stabs him because he’s angry that Merle didn’t see how differently things could’ve been had he matured and bonded with the rest of the group. Daryl is one of my three favorite characters because he shows different sides of him and he is just the best!

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