Kevin: Hahaha. Nothing like forgetting your own advice. That scene she had with Sam was cringey. I do appreciate any Alexandra Breckenridge screen time I get so I’ll take the cringe to enjoy.
Jeremy: OK so comic spoiler of sorts. In the comics Lori dies by getting shot and falling on Judith, hence crushing her. Whenever they pass off the baby i am fully expecting that to happen in the show.
Kevin: Yuck. What a terrible way to die even for a child. I mean, I know they kill people all kinds of gruesome ways but that just seems wrong.
Jeremy: It was first thought it was the shotgun blast but it was from Loris weight when she fell. Pretty brutal. I enjoyed the subtle” Judith looks a lot like Lori” line.
Kevin: Aside from the sandy blonde hair which neither parent nor possible parent in Shane had. Do you think the TV people have the guts to take out a baby?
Jeremy: Well Maggie is pregnant now so maybe they swap babies out? Since they have been in Alexandria Judith hasn’t been much of a factor and that is good. The concept of a baby being around while on the run would have gotten real old. If they were, it won;t be in that brutal of a way. I don’t think at least. Have you noticed the actress playing Tara is clearly pregnant in her scenes now? Poor girl was struggling to get over the wall to start shooting.
Kevin: Not that she was ever presented as much of a looker, but I did think Tara’s outfit was a bit baggy last night. I didn’t know she was pregnant though. I’ll give AMC some type of credit for not doing the regular with a pregnant woman and only awkwardly shooting her from the chest up.
Jeremy: She is constantly blocking her stomach with a board, chair a gun. She just gave birth so wont be much of an issue going forward. Did you pay attention to peoples stabbing techniques a bit closer after Rosita’s training course?
Kevin: Did anyone really have a chance to show off the stabbing technique? They should get their chance next week since the walkers have a nice large entrance to come in now.
Jeremy: When Enid and Glenn were a stabbing I paid closer attention to see if they were doing it per Rosita’s instructions.Poor Eugene, that dude just isn’t growing in character at all.
Kevin: Enid just offed a non-walking walker. I figured the stab to the temple while being away from a zombie’s mouth was a good plan. I did like her goofing on Glenn about “his wife” not wanting to kill the zombie or whatever snide comment she made. Eugene is stuck in a rut. The preview certainly made it seem like he’ll be some sort of factor in the mid-season finale.
Jeremy: He has to eventually get his big hero moment right? He sort of had it with Tara ut then he caused the problem. Are we expecting a bloodbath next week? The cast is rather bloated so it is a good time right?
Kevin: They have dwelt on Eugene being useless for so long, one expects a hero moment that doesn’t involve him screwing up first. The cast is bloated yet still very undefined.I mean, why was Rosita put in charge of training everyone anyway? Does Tara do anything other than hook up with a fellow lesbian? Tobin has warmed up to Rick but is there anything more to his character?
Jeremy: As I said last night when Tobin was talking to Rick ” he is dead dead so dead.” Part of the problem with thee undefined characters is there are just too many of them. SO they are just bodies for slaughter. Only most of the original gangs deaths will accumulate any emotion.
Kevin: And that leads us back to Glenn not dying. Sure, they can cut down on the cast but it won’t have any emotional investment. Have at it show runners, knock off people no one cares about.
Jeremy: Does Morgan count? he seemed to be wildly more popular when he would show up here and there. Then there is the let down of him being a pussy pacifist.
Kevin: Morgan would still count in my books. He got a full episode devoted to his other back story. I’d be surprised if he died only because I more expect him to leave the group to try and live the way he wants to than to die.
Jeremy: Something has to happen between Morgan, Carol and that wolf guy. Unless they off the doctor which goes back to the “Oh well.”
Kevin: They could stretch that out depending on when the Carol/Morgan confrontation happens in context to the steeple falling over.
Jeremy: Even though the time has jumped from episode to episode it now seems like everyone is on same frame. So that confrontation is probably getting kicked down. unless the Wolve gets loose and goes after people too.
Kevin: The Wolf could get interesting if it turns into one of the zombies. If that’s what does in Morgan, I’ll just laugh.
Jeremy: We tried this before and we failed terribly but you want to make quick off the cuff death predictions?
Kevin: Didn’t we do that as a separate article? Could be why it failed. Or that The Walking Dead show runners are more creative than the WWE. I’ll go with the new Doctor, Tobin and Deanna.
Jeremy: Yeah it was a totally separate column. I would rather not make the same mistake again. They have given so many glimpses of peoples redeeming moments or however small character moments the list is endless.
All that being said, Tara (Cause why not?), Tobin for sure, countless Alexandria people we don’t know, Ron probably but he will shoot Carl before hand and my finale is Eric, Aaron’s boyfriend/husband.