Have you even watched it since season 2? The stretch at the end of season 2 / beginning of season 3 was great, and both the pilot and the episode "Clear" are two near-perfect episodes of television. It can be awful, but it can also be really, really good. And the beginning of this season's been pretty awesome as well.
Yup. While TWD does have a lot of terrible episodes, there are some pretty good ones in there too.
I was thinking of dropping the show entirely after the awful season 3 finale but I'm glad I didn't now. Season 4 has been pretty entertaining so far.
Speaking of twitter, looks like Snacks recently tweeted about a presale announcement coming soon, with the riddle "To see the future, look to the past..."
Im assuming since presale info came out like the 3rd week of November last year, id say we may get some info early next week.
Actually I think that's a Queens of the Stone Age easter egg.
I'm gonna be so disappointed if they aren't on the lineup. I've been listening to their latest album quite a bit lately. I think it's pretty likely that they'll be there for one of the weekends though.
There are a few characters in the history of American fiction that are absolutely, unquestionably unredeemable, and he is one of them. Maybe I'm biased due to the level of evil that he was in the books, but the fact that they tried to humanize him at all during his time on the show just made me hate him even more.
Edited to avoid possible spoiler for anyone who's read the books but not seen the last episode.
Geno meant redeem him as an effective villain, seeing as how his arc last season went from "Guy who did random shit" to "Insane person who does random, inexplicably violent shit for no fucking reason, also let's not give Michonne any solid reason for wanting him dead, also, everything sucks now." But that stupid, stupid final tag of him looking at the prison was terrible, the next episode looks like it's all Governor backstory and sounds terrible, and if they don't kill him off by the midseason finale I'm probably done with this show for good.
Yup, that's exactly what I meant. I'm really liking the new season so far now that that writing has improved so drastically. Hopefully they can actually make him into a more developed character with the next episode.
Like, really? You guys just showed you could have a solid plot arc that showcases some minor characters, and then you bring back the most hackneyed one-note villain in the show's history. And now the next episode is allegedly all Governor backstory? Give me a fucking break.
I think that's how everyone felt. It was a pretty intense episode. Maybe the new writers are trying to redeem his character after last season?
No Daft Punk? So, are these always predictions, or do they actually have some inside info? Is there actually some merit to an Outkast prediction? Every once in while I hear some pointless chatter about why there won't be a reunion, but that seems to be it.
I don't think anyone really knows where the info comes from, but most of the bands that appear on the list usually make it onto the lineup.