Sunday 9:00 PM on AMCBetween Seasons
|There's hardly any of the original group left 6 out of 24 (assuming Lori is dead). So this thread has become pointless|
Also, out of the adults they lost,
Merle -Missing - Trouble
Ed - Dead - Trouble
Jim - Dead - Loss
Amy - Dead - Loss
Jacqui - Dead - Loss (if only for laundry)
Morales and Miranda Left the group with their 3? 4 kids? is this really a loss? that's a lot of kids to have to keep an eye on with everything happening. I mean we've seen the issues with Sophia and Carl...
Now all the 20 something at the campsite, I pointed that out in a post before, but most of those people never had any screen time besides getting munched and no lines. they were filler so they could have people die during the zombie raid on the camp without making it seem too simple. And while Shane wants to keep screaming that's Ricks fault, the night before they were huddled behind low campfires whispering over how many logs to put on a fire, Rick takes a group to Atlanta to get the guns and the radio and the group has a freakin fish fry complete with loud talking and laughing. the smell alone would lure anything that got curious for miles.
if Shane was so worried like he kept saying, why wouldn't they all be in the rv overnight since they were so shorthanded, not to mention that Shane had already written off more people than that when he thought they were trapped in Atlanta But to recap, there's more than 6 out of 24 left, or 25% they lost 4 adults out of 18 people to zombies and then the hispanic couple left with their kids.
Out of all of those, Jim seems like the biggest loss considering he was a mechanic. but I guess when you're cruising around streets filled with abandoned cars, transportation becomes somewhat disposable. even if he could have been invaluable for mechanical knowledge. the others seemed like dead weight.
This scene will take an overwhelming effect on survivors!
I agree, it'll probably shift the weakest link/strongest link ratio as well!
|I can't fault Glen, he's the go to town and scavenge supplies guy... not the gunfight guy, he does ok with walkers but against other humans, that's just not his element. |
Lori loses points for using the gun when she could have recycled that turn signal handle from the first zombies head. and keep in mind we're still scoring from the original reason she was in the situation to begin with: Lori can't drive down a f'ing street.
Before Pretty Much Dead Already, I would've said Carol has developed a strong character since the death of her husband, Ed. Being abused, pre-apocalypse, Carol had sensed a weakness to her husband and had been over-protective of Sophia. since his death, she felt a sense of freedom - however this was only for a limited time until she found that Sophia died, in which she has a mental breakdown.
Strongest: Daryl Dixon. He has shown an experience towards weapons such as his infamous crossbow, and logically this is the first thing that would come to mind in a zombie apocalypse.
Weakest: Since her daughters death, Carol has shown a major weakness and she doesn't even know how to handle a gun. If she's to survive, she better learn to handle one.