The Walking Dead

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Was so intense last night! I don’t want to ruin it for the others but all I’m gonna say is: “Is he is or is he aint?” Those of you who seen last night’s episode know exactly what I’m talking about!

OK so, below are just a two questions I have for the writers:

  • Where’s the Plague?

I don’t mean the Zombie plague; it’s enough of that going around. I mean the fly and maggot plague! With that many dead bodies around there should be flies and maggots and insects everywhere.

  • Kid Zombies?

Why are there no kid zombies! I see men, women, and even the elderly but there are no children zombies or baby zombies. Time out maybe?

  • The Smell

Again, with that number of zombies around the stench should be unbearable, but rarely do we see anyone covering their noses and mouths even when approaching new bodies. Maybe they got used to it?

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I know were all waiting for insight into Rick’s situation but don’t sleep on Morgan! This is a man filled with compassion but he is a beast. And, to all my Walking Dead Fans, did you catch what his stick represents? It’s a staff. Yup, like the one Moses had.

So anyway, which Walking Dead character are you? Just for fun.

Michonne (Danai Gurira) - The Walking Dead - Season 3, Episode 1 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

I’m gonna have to go with Michonne! Straight beast mode.

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5 thoughts on “The Walking Dead

  1. Where’s the Plague? I think animals and insects stay off of the diseased flesh for the same reason that zombies don’t eat zombies – there’s something about it that’s wrong.

    Kid Zombies? We have seen child zombies (a little girl in episode 1, Sophia, etc). My guess is parents see their children die first and end up taking care of them (if you know what I mean) so they don’t see them rise again.

    The Smell. We’ve actually seen them gag and cover their noses pretty often throughout the show, though mostly for the dead not undead. My guess is at a certain point, the flesh stops decaying (or we would see skeletons and not people) and so the smell is contained.

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