We also learned that zombie entrails is good camo. As for her finding the prison i'm guessing she was able to back track Glen and Maggies car. She is an urban ninja after all. You saw she killed two of Merle's gang.
She over heard them talking about the location, wouldn't be too hard to find it if you knew the area well enough or had access to a map.
I must have missed that. I don't recall them saying anything about the prison.
When they were in front of the store getting supplies right before Merle showed up they were talking how it was a straight shot from the prison to the store. So I guess she just back tracked. Plus she could have found a map and looked for a prison or as said before she might have known the area.
One I was surprised at was the look on her face when she discovered the zombies walking past her because she has entrails on her. She was surprised. I thought she would have known that already because isn't that the reason she kept her "pets"?
Can't wait for next weeks episode. Do you think we'll lose anyone?I think Merle, Maggie, Glen or the Governor might get it. Although that sly Andrea would be a better choice.
Also I agreed with something they said during the Talking Dead. That theres more fear of the living now than of the dead. -- "When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace." -Jimi Hendrix
It doesnt make sense that the Governor or Merle would let Michonne just leave even for show. The reasoning there is that Michonne would then know the location of Woodbury and could backtrack alone or in force. If I recall correctly Andrea and Michonne were brought into Woodbury blindfolded so they didnt know the exactly location. Letting either of them go defeats the purpose of those precautions. The only reasonably safe way to let them leave would be to take them blindfolded back to the location of the downed helicopter.
It does give some credibility to the reasoning of hunting Michonne down though and the Governor presumably satiating his affinity for severed heads naturally wants Michonnes head in his tank.
Now that Glenn and Maggie are at Woodbury maybe well see some of the brutality that was depicted in the books.
Its good to see Michonne finally get to the gates of the prison. Ill expect there will be some trust issues at first but once they compare notes about Glenn, Maggie, Andrea and Merle that should be short lived.
They needed three graves b/c they thought Carol wasn't alive
I think Octavean was referring to my comment about digging three graves. Why DIG three graves when you only have one body. For the missing bodies, why dig the grave as opposed to just putting a grave marker? -- Cry "Havoc!" and let slip the dogs of war
OK, so they did get a little more aggressive in this episode with the beating of Glenn but there was no brutal rape scene and no one lost so much as a digit. So I think they phoned it in a little there.
I also felt like they were spinning their wheels with the Mr. Coleman turning experiment (maybe that was the experiment he wanted the power for or something like it?). The same for the groups advancement on Woodbury being impeded by a small herd of walkers as well as anything to do with Andrea and the Governor (which is incredibly tedious IMO).
Its still entertaining but it just feels a little watered down.
Glen has turned out to be quite the bad ass. He was awesome in this episode and would have never given anyone up. -- "When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace." -Jimi Hendrix
The scene where Carol saw the baby for the first time and, without one word being spoken, her exchange with Rick when she immediately realized that Lori was dead, rivaled Lori's farewell to Carl for emotion and intensity.
Most of the acting in this series is top notch, and they do such a good job of getting you invested in the main characters. -- Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
Honestly, it is what we should do. Put spoilers in the title, stop doing it in the text. I typically do not watch the episodes on Sunday. (I spread Walking Dead/Dexter/Homeland throughout the week). Since I do this, I simply do not check this thread until I watch it because I expect spoilers. It's simply common sense. -- What smells like blue?
Honestly, it is what we should do. Put spoilers in the title, stop doing it in the text. I typically do not watch the episodes on Sunday. (I spread Walking Dead/Dexter/Homeland throughout the week). Since I do this, I simply do not check this thread until I watch it because I expect spoilers. It's simply common sense.
That's what I do, too -- it makes sense to watch one of the premium channel shows "live" and put Walking Dead on the DVR, especially with the latter's endless commercials.
I also don't open this thread until I have watched the latest episode. Maybe we all should just agree to stop using spoiler tags from this point forward. -- Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
I can't wait for the show tonight. The governor suspects they might come looking for Glenn and Maggie, but he has no idea they're already outside and know for sure Glenn and Maggie are in there. And, Rick & Crew have already been prepped as to the silver tongued Jim Jones nature of the governor. They've also been making it seem like everyone inside the town is basically weak compared with Rick & Crew who have become stone cold lightning fast killers. Heck, I'd put money down on Carl against anyone from that town. Which by the way - the whole thing about Carl's pubs coming in and him getting the hots for the younger sister is annoying. No way he'd have a chance with that girl. Only messed up psycho women go for younger guys. lol
The whole zombie guts thing reminds me of that torture scene in prison break where the dude is explaining how a body will shut down and you'll die after prolonged exposure to rotting flesh. That was Gretchen (sp?) early in the last season I think. I imagine being next to the bucket of guts would be bad, but spilling it on you like in this show would be unbearable.
The big question is... will the screw us with a big cliff hanger for 3/4 of a year, or will they sum up this season at the end like they did last season.
I can't take anymore. Having to wait until freaking March for the last episode of Grimm is bad enough. Although even though only 13 episodes are listed, that has always been a 20 episode show per season and maybe the other 7 episodes just haven't been listed back. At least they said "We're sorry" at the end of the last one.
I avoid reading things until after I have seen the show. So it doesn't bother me to use/not use spoiler tags.
Its the last episode of the season so lets just leave it the way it is and when we start a new thread for part 2 of the seaon, we can put a warning in the title.
Personally I think spoilers are for information that hasn't happened yet. Say for example a plot twist for next season or for an episode that hasn't aired yet. For an episode that has already aired it shouldn't matter. I know we keep putting the tags in to be nice and not to spoil it for each other but if the episode has aired then don't read the thread until after seeing the episode. -- Cry "Havoc!" and let slip the dogs of war
Seems like there can only be one black man in the group at a time
Good way to end the first half of the season. A cliff hanger but none of the main characters died. Curious to see if Daryl and Merle can somehow get out alive, only if Andrea decided to help them maybe. And what would Merle do after if they did.
Loved the Michonne/Gov fight scene, glad she made it out too. She is my fav for sure. -- "When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace." -Jimi Hendrix