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Old 10-30-2012, 01:15 AM   #701
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it was the helicopter pilot, see the bandage on the right temple.........not to mention the twins' heads. and i think the "tea" has something to do with the plot. the "scientist" poured himself like 3 or 4 cups while he was sittin there. i only noticed because the "bottom-pour" tea pitcher intrigued me. PLUS, the "gov'na" said something about it when we first met him...the scientist.

there was "ALOT of women in town" too. HMMMMMMMMMM.
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I'm wondering if he has something in the tea, maybe a low dose of methadone or something to keep them coming back.


me too! BUT, he was drinkin it @ breakfast also.
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Anyone else find it interesting that the zombies can eventually starve?

That's what the governor was doing. He wasn't killing innocent people, he was taking away the zombie food!! He is a good guy after all!

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It could be argued that anybody you kill with a head shot/injury is one less eventual zombie, kinda self-defeating in the end though.


[Wonders if zombies are limited to eating LIVE human flesh.]

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It could be argued that anybody you kill with a head shot/injury is one less eventual zombie, kinda self-defeating in the end though.


[Wonders if zombies are limited to eating LIVE human flesh.]
Limited to live flesh.

They made short work of Ricks horse in Atlanta in one of the first episodes...and they had to lower the little asian dude into the well because the floater/bloater zombie wouldnt take the canned ham bait.
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^^^ Thanks!


I wonder if they will have any water-borne zombies? It has been the subject of some debate, but i think most agree that zombies would not swim but would walk on the bottom of lakes & such. I would think catfish, sharks, and similar predatory/scavenger fish would take their toll on the undead bathers.

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I wonder if they will have any water-borne zombies? It has been the subject of some debate, but i think most agree that zombies would not swim but would walk on the bottom of lakes & such. I would think catfish, sharks, and similar predatory/scavenger fish would take their toll on the undead bathers.
See i am wondering if critters are immune to being zombofried. Wouldnt crows, ravens, buzzards, sharks, scavengers in general then become zombies themselves upon consuming such delicacies??
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See i am wondering if critters are immune to being zombofried. Wouldnt crows, ravens, buzzards, sharks, scavengers in general then become zombies themselves upon consuming such delicacies??
In most zombie shows, it seems like transmission is more of a "gettin bit" issue than a "biting" issue. I don't remember seeing any zombie critters in this series. However, in other zombie material, that has been an issue; i loved the half-dog zombie from that old 90's flick and the zombie crows in one of the Resident Evil movies. Will Smith's dog also ran into trouble in I Am Legend.

I'm thinking the virus may have been limited to humans in this story, though. Not sure.
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In most zombie shows, it seems like transmission is more of a "gettin bit" issue than a "biting" issue. I don't remember seeing any zombie critters in this series. However, in other zombie material, that has been an issue; i loved the half-dog zombie from that old 90's flick and the zombie crows in one of the Resident Evil movies. Will Smith's dog also ran into trouble in I Am Legend.

I'm thinking the virus may have been limited to humans in this story, though. Not sure.
Yeah, its from other story lines that makes me wonder this (resident evil and the zombie ravens) but in this story line it sure seems to be contained to humans.
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Yeah, its from other story lines that makes me wonder this (resident evil and the zombie ravens) but in this story line it sure seems to be contained to humans.
A squadron of zombie hummingbirds would be a baaaaaaaaaaaaaad way to go. I don't even want to think about woodpeckers.

Cats, well zombiefied feral cats could be a REAL problem: small enough to get in most places, just crazy determined when killing is due, ALL terrain, and not at all slow.
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A squadron of zombie hummingbirds would be a baaaaaaaaaaaaaad way to go. I don't even want to think about woodpeckers.

Cats, well zombiefied feral cats could be a REAL problem: small enough to get in most places, just crazy determined when killing is due, ALL terrain, and not at all slow.
LOL!! or zombyfried BEARS!

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