So the Gov makes Daryl and Merle fight to the death in the "arena", I'm thinking, tho at least Daryl will survive, (he's in the previews for the second half of the season, I think Andrea saves him somehow), thankfully, (def one of my favorite characters).
Interesting that they added a whole new group, as new characters are usually added one at-a-time, but it makes sense, as there can't be many people who survive on their own for long.
Really bummed that they got rid of Oscar so soon, as he was the voice of sanity and humanity, and bummed that Michonne didn't get to kill the Governor ... just really wanna see that guy gone, (despite his role as catalyst/antagonist).
Completely stinks that the next show isn't until February ... what happened to the "school schedule" television series schedules? (The good ol' days, I guess).
You know the Gov will now be on a mission for Michonne, as that's developing into the number one confrontational element ... hope Michonee gets to do the "Kill Bill" thing on him eventually.
I was going to start reading the comics, but I think it's more enjoyable this way for now, and I'll do that after this ends, (don't have the spare time to read anything right now anyway).
I guess, (from hints they dropped), that Tyreese will be a major role, so that's something to look forward to ... like his whole energy.
Worried about Rick's decreasing role and transition into his own rather insane world, (his son, too) ... I would have trouble staying interested if he was killed off or made impotent in his role.
Wondering where Carl will end up emotionally, though he promised his mom he'd stay on the good side, and he's got his little sister to take care of, (that whole thing seems to indicate a decreased role for Rick, too ... really hope that doesn't happen, as he is the core of this whole story, IMO.
Andrea is a totally gullible sap, to the point that I don't care much anymore what happens to her. Seems her emotional needs easily overcame her common sense and intelligence ... go figure.
Great episode ... come on, Sunday, February 10, 9PM!