saxitoxin wrote: whitestazn88 wrote:
Army of GOD wrote:Andrea is a bitch, straight and simple.
I don't understand why Glenn got so pissed off at Maggie going with Rick to save Daryl. That seemed ridiculous, regardless of the character
f*ck Lori. .
i've been saying for the last season and a half, kill Andrea. She's still terrible at acting, and is an all-around world class cunt.
I think Glenn is just trying to knock the crazy out of Rick by being equally unreasonable, hopefully they both turn for the better soon.
Also, Michael Rooker is a boss, but Merle really deserves to be dead. I'm gonna call that Daryl is the one that does it, and will re-join the group shortly.
I've never read the comics, but I'm under the assumption that Rick can't ever die, right? Even though a Carl/Daryl/Glenn power triumvirate would seem most beneficial to the group as a whole.
Once Carl's testicles descend there's a high likelihood he'll kill all the men and corral all the women into his brothel.
Also, notice that Darryl has only been gone 90 minutes and Carol is already trying to get on top of Axel.
At this point, they either need segregated housing in the prison or Glenn needs to go on another condom run. They can't afford to have anymore babies.
Carl might end up being the most unexpected, cold-hearted badass the group has. I mean, the kid went from "Get back to the house before you get yerself killed, Carl!" to "Take this gun...if we don't make it back, you'll be the man of the group!" Carl (although increasingly xenophobic Rick had disagreed with it) had saved a strange group of people that made it into the prison. Carl made sure to keep themselves separated from the new group, at the same time trying to help them.
This is something that Rick might have done himself before he started his mental decline after Lori's death. However, if Rick (or somebody!) doesn't keep giving guidance, Carl may end up being a heartless little bastard! Let's face it...he killed his own mother!
The characters that are noticeably more dark or becoming darker are Rick, Glenn, and Carl.
Hershel only became a bit darker when he realized his delusion during season two--if you could really say that that is becoming dark instead of just realizing the reality of the walker situation. Hershel is filling the void of Dale in the group, where his age and wisdom (and compassion) second guesses Rick's decisions.
Hershel would be leader before Glenn, Carl, or Daryl for a number of reasons:
1. He is an elder
2. He is a father
3. He was already considered a leader at the farm
Carl is too young to lead, Glenn isn't grounded yet and has shown to have a pretense for impetuousness now, and Daryl--although has the strength to lead--is more prone to being a loner.
And GOD...I hope Andrea doesn't come back to the group! Her assurance speech to the people of Woodbury was so frickin' lame and corny sounding. I just thought of myself standing there and listening to that cunt! I would have laughed my ass off after she got done telling everyone that history would remember Woodbury!
As far as Axel goes, he has so far shown himself trustworthy; however, there was the uncomfortable spot where he was staring at Beth while she was holding Lil' Ass Kicker. Carol stepped in after that...although it hasn't been told on the show, it seems as if perhaps Carol may end up having sex with Axel, just to keep his mind off of Beth. That's why it surprised me why they were leaving Beth alone with Axel this episode. There must be some reassurance there, or the group (Hershel should know better!) is really just that stupid!
As for right now, I don't think Glenn is going to be getting laid very soon. Glenn and Maggie seem to have separated for the moment.