Thanks for the heads up.
Sneak preview of Episode 11: Rick, Carl, and Michonne clear another house.
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Thanks for the heads up.
All my point is..... is then don't watch it. It may not be the best show in all aspects, I get that, but it isn't as bad as you make it sound and again "inconsistent writing and dumb characters", easy solution, don't watch. If I had HBO or had had AMC when Bad started, Bad and Thrones would have been watched, but I don't. I have stopped watching many shows because they sucked. This isn't one of them.
In the end this is my problem I guess and I have to deal. That said, I'd rather this be a thread for people who like the show to post their likes AND dislikes, but not where people who hate it come to tell me they still watch it and it sucks and apparently I'm dumb for not seeing it sucks.
I know... reminds me of the Coors Light commercial they did with John Wayne a few years back. Spooky.
Or did David Coulier make a clone of himself before his untimely death?
Looks like Uncle Joey will be making an 'undead' appearance in a Super Bowl commercial... what do you think about that, Scott?
Of all the lasting legacies that Seinfeld has given us, Festivus, the fake Christmas substitute holiday created by Frank Costanza, may be the most enduring. Recall fondly, if you will, the highlights of Mr. Costanza’s beautiful holiday: a pole, the airing of grievances, and the feats of strength.
Seinfeld may be long gone, but Festivus lives on, at least in the state of Florida, where a six-foot Festivus Pole made out of Pabst Blue Ribbon cans has been erected in the state Capitol building in Tallahassee, according to NPR.
Artist/protester/drinker of cheap beer Chaz Stevens constructed the Festivus Pole to protest the lack of separation between church and state after seeing a Nativity scene at the Capitol building.
Not sure whether or not Stevens is planning on challenging his state representatives in a feats of strength wrestling match.
Yeah I didn't put it together though till he said in TD, that was where it came from... Then again I didn't even think to ask, "Why Brian?" (Hardwick did) because I was just thinking it was something random he picked out of thin air to be creepy.
Like him being in a "basic survival" mode, walking till he died, thinking he saw Penny, even the name Brian (I missed or didn't connect why he chose that name)...
I didn't really get pouring out the spaghettios either, but in retrospect probably a smart move. If you meet new people in the zombie apocalypse, and they offer to feed you right off the bat, there is probably a high probability of poison and/or roofies. Stick with the sardines.