That was explained some seasons ago. Supposedly without their teeth/jaws they lose the desire to bite.Just started the episode and wondering why Michonne's walkers aren't trying to bite her. I know she cut off their arms and teeth but would that make them not attempt to bit her? Doesn't make sense to me.
You have to go back to second season for that information. The fact is Michonne told Rick that is the way how she does it. None of us really knew that she was also participant to Andrea's death. Shame on her. She should have acted, but when she Ricktator questioned about her, she told, "If you remove their jaw and arms, they become pacified."Hmm...I guess that's that! Maybe I wasn't watching that intently. Thanks for the info!!
That's what I thought as well. You look at the above screenshot of the map, and you'll see that the whole place was a Naval Research Facility, and they were doing animal experiments in there. None of the scientists said that they were studying the dead. They said that they came there and it was like that, abandoned and in a state of ruins. Except the one place, the research facility where Virgil locked his family.I suppose we'll be left to speculate about what appeared to be an army marching off toward the horizon. "Helicopter People"?
All I can say is, if it would be Viv, I might do the same thing. She knows that Judith is getting accelerated path towards adulthood, and it might be her only chance on getting the truth on Rick. She also knows that Judith is looked after by the community as is her and Rick's son. It's just I'm not sure if her mother instincts could override her mind. I get that it might happen to some ladies, while others could say "Ef it, let's go to see what he's up to..."I'm still trying to get my head round her choosing to go look for Rick, leaving her children behind. I don't care Judith told her too but still.
I think so too, but it was also a good way to introduce three replacement characters, and gave us plenty to think about the helicopter people. In all, it was quite a different episode to what I thought at the start. However I agree, I felt finding out that all the flashbacks were drug induced "dreams" rather than real memories was a let down.If this episode marked Michonne's departure from the series (although possibly heading to a film reunion with Rick), it was a well-deserved tribute to her contribution.