- Lori: I don't think this needs an explanation, her reaction at the end of the finale just made me want to fucking strangle something.
- Carl: Why can't natural selection kill this little shit any sooner? Hey there's zombies out there, i'll go fuck around. I guess the tard gene must be on the X chromosome of the family.
- T-Dog: All he does is complain, cry, and run away.
- Andrea: If shes so independent why doesn't she just fuck off on her own?
- Maggie and Glenn: Seem to be catching a case of the Lori
- Carol: Needs to follow her daughters path as quickly as possible
Why is almost every cast member a complete idiot? Excluding Hershel, Rick and Daryl. They also seem to be the only characters able to deal with emotional troubles, in a non psychotic or idiotic fashion. Ricks not there so they decide to play rodeo with the cars wasting gas and bullets? WTF? They run around like headless chickens, not even paying attention to whats happening. I understand panic, and fear but this is becoming ludicrous. I think Mr.Bean would fair a better chance then this lot.
I understand that hating a character can actually make people also want to watch a show, in hopes of seeing vengeance/karma enacted. But The Walking Dead is really pushing me to the limit with its constant one-dimensional melodrama.
I want all of the mentioned to perish, but having to deal with a character i hate ever single minute of a show is just too much. Mochone might bring in one more non-idiotic character, but there's still too many of the idiots.
On a side note, are all doors and fences made out of paper-mashe? Sheer numbers doesn't equate enough force to break cattle fences, and steel car doors. All those Walkers would just even out the load across the fence, MADE TO HANDLE FUCKING LIVE STOCK.
Its also hilarious how most living people would find it difficult to navigate barbed-wire while walkers seem to have it down. Even though its specifically designed to ensnare individuals.
Why not instead of breaking the fences, just have the walkers trample the ones in-front making a Walker bridge for the walkers in back to climb over? Its much more dramatic, and makes sense in all cases.
I'm giving Season 3 one episode to change my mind, otherwise i'm done with this show. Hasn't anyone learned anything from breaking bad? Good writing, and characters fucking matters.