I watched the mini marathon they had on last night to get caught up on this series.
Generally, it's not bad. But a few things stood out that I didn't care for;
We're three episodes into the series and nobody has really told Rick how this infection got started and spread. We don't know how long he was in the hospital and he doesn't seem to even care. He just buys into the fact this is his new reality.
On that same topic, Rick was in a coma, or whatever, for some period of time while this infection is spreading. The hospital is evacuated, or everyone makes a run for it (being chased by zombies, I assume), and one guy left alone in an open bed, not even some type of quarantine area, doesn't arbitrarily get eaten? Or infected when his immune system had to have been somewhat compromised by his being shot?
Rick goes to Atlanta, a city with a population of over 5 million, and of all the possible people he finds he hooks up with those that are with his wife? On the first try? And of those 20 or so people he gets two racist rednecks and a wife beater? What kind of ****** odds are those.
Don't get bitten or scratched. That's kind of a standard for Zombie movies, but it's okay to soak yourself in the entrails of a zombie? Or in the new episode, Daryl was wiping off arrows that he used to kill a zombie on his own pant leg. I don't know, but I'd want to be in a containment suit if I was going to handle anything liquid coming out of the zombies.
I'm sure a couple of these questions will get answered going forward, but while the drama of the show is pretty good, it's the little things that had me wondering last night.