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  1. Funny thing is... we are taking away the lesson that Negan and Lucille were a selfish white trash couple who considered themselves to be the stars of any TV show that they happened to be on, and... okay, I suppose they guessed that one right... But I don't think the writers are telling that story. Just like a few seasons ago they did not understand how problematic the infamous "nut-tapping lesson" was, in this case I think they are honestly just so clueless about how hyoo-mons act that they seriously just looked at it like... "Well, he's a really tough guy who can beat people to deat
  2. Yes, but in Negan's defense, there is no other possible way that you can listen to music. The only way to hear any song is to go to a bar, play it on the jukebox, and demand that every single other patron shut the hell up because you are too stupid to figure out how to play music in your own house.
  3. I still can't believe it was actually more boring than "Carl Loses a Shoe and Eats Pudding."
  4. By far the worst thing about it is Death. I know they can't have Christopher Lee, but seriously... this?
  5. I only have two questions. Who the hell wrote that, and why? I didn't even finish it, I was so bored. And I've sat through a hell of a lot of boring episodes. But this one kicked my ass.
  6. Alice and her ridiculous bat-plot belonged in one of the Tim Burton movies.
  7. Unless you actually own the dojo you aren't going to pay your bills by teaching martial arts anyway. As I recall, the secondary instructors are given perks such as free membership, but little or no actual money. Every single one them that I can remember had at least one full time job in addition to teaching classes there.
  8. Mouse is probably embalmed. As for rigor mortis, it's only a temporary phenomenon. The part I'm wondering about is how Ryan is going to establish as strong a relationship with Alice as Kate had. I fear it will be more like: "You killed my mother!" "Can you be more specific? I kill a lot of people's mothers. Who are you again?" "I'm your worst enemy!" "Bitch, please. You're not my nemesis. Now get rid of that silly costume before my actual nemesis comes back and sees you."
  9. I'm only five episodes in. Thus far, I think it's mostly been a step down from the previous seasons. Splitting the group up was an interesting experiment, but I don't think it actually paid off. Too much of the camp was either overly-long body function gags or was about short-term side characters who I don't tune into the show to see. The trans girl wasn't a bad character. Neither was Nick's other friend. But they were there instead of utilizing the main cast, because I guess even the writers knew that the main cast wasn't doing anything funny or interesting. And those anxiety mosquitoes are a
  10. Can we watch "The Watch" instead? it looks way better.
  11. So where there's smoke there's fire, but evidently that rule does not apply the other way around.
  12. I guess the genius thing kind of rules out that hypothesis, though.
  13. Oh, fuck me with a rusty sweet potato... she's a daughter of Rick Grimes, isn't she?
  14. That was actually a pretty good ending. Somebody's about to get fired from the writing room.
  15. I'm just going to guess that there's pirate treasure buried under the campus. It makes as much sense as anything. I mean, those giant sandwiches don't pay for themselves, you know?
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