I don't think anyone is listening, as everyone are busy on doing their own thing. Including Michonne.Oceansiders taking out saviours, did surprise me although I did say they may not be on board with Rick's vision.
To be honest, it annoyed me to hear them talking about "all lives matter," as if it had been a thing. It was almost as if they'd been reading the forum and used a few things from our conversations to beef up the script, without really telling why all lives matter.I understand every life counts but I also think that some people can't be allowed to live for the sake of the greater community.
At this point, killing Negan is just going to cause more problems, in my honest opinion. Negan's female lieutenant deserved to punished, but at the end of the day, I strongly believe that hard labour would have been a better solution. It kills people, but at least they'll contribute something.Will she and Daryl follow through on their plan to put an end to Negan? I certainly hope so.
Maybe Gabriel loses his one good eye, but I don't think he'll qualifies to the standards of the helicopter people. If A doesn't mean immunity then it has to mean individual skills, like one being a doctor.. So, what's the difference between an "A" and a "B" as classified by Anne's bosses? Does Gabriel's failure as a "B" make him the "A" that qualifies Anne for extraction, or has he been downgraded to a "C" or a "D"? Given Gabriel's past, his loyalty to Rick doesn't seem like enough to qualify as "A" material.
So, the hypothesis is that the helicopter people are collecting essential "A" personnel (doctors, engineers, used car salesmen) and non-essential but useful "B" personnel (preachers, butchers, coffeehouse baristas). All other survivors are "C" (rabble).Maybe Gabriel loses his one good eye, but I don't think he'll qualifies to the standards of the helicopter people. If A doesn't mean immunity then it has to mean individual skills, like one being a doctor.
So a D would a walker or freshly infected? Is Rick A? Is Jadis going to sell him to the helicopter people as A class merchandise?So, the hypothesis is that the helicopter people are collecting essential "A" personnel (doctors, engineers, used car salesmen) and non-essential but useful "B" personnel (preachers, butchers, coffeehouse baristas). All other survivors are "C" (rabble).
Whereas Anne thought that Gabriel was a "B" and her ticket to a ride home, she now must procure an "A," so poor Gabe is out. Ah, how fleeting zombie apocalypse romance.
Locked in the cell and the key is lost. Nobody has hacksaw blades, or gas for the blowtorch.How about Negan?
Well, no. Remote teeth and arm, and then harness them at front of a plough or some other thing and they will keep doing it as long as they don't fall apart. They are an unrealised resource.I'd classify walkers as D-; useful only when weaponized.
'The Walking Dead' Ratings Continue to SlipRegardless of how great The Walking Dead has been in Season 9 so far, the ratings are not reflective of the show's overall quality. Another week is in the books, and another slip to series low ratings for AMC's top drama.
Per Deadline, The Walking Dead's live + same day ratings score amongst the coveted 18-49 demographic came in at a measly 1.94. This marks the lowest demo score for the entire series, despite the overall audience spiking two percent to 5 million live viewers.
Not only did the ratings fall from last week's episode, but they were down a sharp 50 percent from the third episode of Season 8 in 2017. However, the show did see jumps of 49 and 60 percent in the Live+3 ratings, and the episode was again available early on the no-ad AMC Premiere service. So, while the ratings are down significantly, it looks as though audiences are finding other ways to watch the new episodes.
The Walking Dead is clearly using the pending exit of Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes as a way to boost viewership in the coming weeks. After Sunday night's "Warning Signs," advertising began teasing that Lincoln's final episode would be coming in just two weeks.
Lincoln's exit had been rumored for months before it was made official during The Walking Dead's Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con. Lincoln said that, after that panel, he finally felt the weight of his departure.
"The strange thing about being here was the fact that I think it really hit me yesterday because of the relationship that the show has with the fans here," Lincoln said. "As soon as it finished, the panel, I walked off the stage, it was more profound -- my sadness -- the actually wrapping up on the show. The show, I was so proud of the where the story was going and where the season was going. It's a brilliant launching pad I think, the episode that I leave, into the rest of this incredible season. All of that was more than just 'Oh, I'm pleased that I've completed it.' This was, 'Oh, f---.' I'm leaving."