Yeah, it was bad what Shane did, but if I was going to sacrifice someone so I could get away, I'd probably do it the same way. How much do they really know about zombies anyway?
If I didn't know for sure that a freshly dead guy would distract the zombies like a guy that was still struggling, and I'd made up my mind to sacrifice him anyway, I wouldn't take the chance and I'd shoot out his legs too.
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i think zombies like any human meat that isnt zombified yet. like the dude hanging in the tree. he was dead, not a zombie yet, but the zombies still ate the meat on his legs. so shane couldve shot otis in the head instead of in the leg so he wouldnt have to suffer like that
Not sure which one of you guys I'd share a foxhole with. As soon as Shane was out of reach he should have capped Otis. I hope Otis comes back to eat Shane.
I was just thinking about Otis coming back as a walker and when the group or the family is doing something outside their home they see the walker form of Otis and is faced with that moral dilemma of killing him(well i guess "killing" his zombie form). Also, i think Shane should stay in the group, he is a good killer and knows how to survive. What he did was wrong and maybe not needed, but regardless he is an efficient zombie killer and a vital part to the group. the group just needs to learn to stay together and stop fighting. for the group to survive they need each other.
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Ya she should have just stayed there. At least if she had stayed she would be rescued by now.
Again I think Shane did the right thing. If one didnt die then both of them were going to. Otis was at fault for shooting Carl so IMO why should Shane die to make sure Otis lived? He made a promise to Rick to bring the **** back. He did what he had to do.
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I'm late to the thread, but I've been watching this from the first episode. Didn't read the thread, but does anyone else think they should have just made a movie instead of stretching out a few events?
This past week's episode was definitely the most exciting of S2, but it doesn't go to say much.
Maybe it's just that I'm spoiled by the fast pace of True Blood.
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