If they get rid of Daryl, the show's over.Totally agree that the town wants the group for protection. They've been isolated from the fray since the beginning. I don't think they have the ability to defend themselves if things go south. Daryl was an outcast in polite society.In zombie world he is an asset and a valued friend .Pretty sure he's not staying in town. You can tell he feels like an outcast again.
I think Rick realizes how important she is, which is why he was so reluctant to exile her from the group back at the prison.You're right about the rifle. When it was happening I couldn't figure out why she was acting like she was retarded trying to get the sling off. I was thinking she was still injured from being hit by the cops. I mentioned what you guys have been posting about her clothes and playing possum to my wife. My wife had a good comment about when carol did her interview she talked about how good of a man her husband was, how much she loved him, and how much she misses him. She is totally playing possum and I hope the story emphasizes her character more in how quick her instincts adapt with different environments. I don't think the rest of the group realizes how much of an asset she is.
The hair dresser's old man isnt feeling Rick. Im wondering if Rick is going to stumble in on a domestic abuse while patrolling as constable.
As for his stashed gun, maybe it was Morgan (since he still hasnt surfaced) or maybe the girl who climbs the wall. Im putting my money more on the girl.
That's what I've been suspecting. She seems kind of shifty and disconnected from everyone else, and the comic book title showed a little too prominently to be coincidence.Is the girl a mole for the wolves gang who destroyed Noah's compound? She was spying on the group as they entered the compound and had the comic with wolf in the title. She obviously is able to come and go as she sees fit and what better spy than a young girl?
I thought the same thing. She was detached from the boys, and disappearing over the fence into the woods.That's what I've been suspecting. She seems kind of shifty and disconnected from everyone else, and the comic book title showed a little too prominently to be coincidence.
Chevy Chase. Not really, but he looks like him.
The Scarlet Letter.
Look at the flowers, little boy.
That was meant to show that they are part of Alexandria, Kellie's kid was doling those out at the door.Did you notice that as Rick was standing at the wall near the end, he also had a faded (or washed) "A" on his hand? I was curious if it meant alcohol, and those who drank the night before had to wear it. Although the senators hubby wasn't wearing it.
anal? I also hope Rick gets a STDSo, am I the only one who picked up on the literary allusion to The Scarlet Letter with the stamped red "A" that Rick and Jessie are now wearing? Possible foreshadowing for what's coming, as well as a hint that we're now in a world were things like adultery will be considered major crimes again with harsh punishments.
Look at the flowers, Hoppy.Well, actually...
The rule states that a should be used before words that begin with consonants (e.g., b, c ,d) while an should be used before words that begin with vowels (e.g., a,e,i). Notice, however, that the usage is determined by the pronunciation and not by the spelling, as many people wrongly assume