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Here is an interesting interview with Glen Mazzara, where Glen shares thoughts on Lori's death, Judith's future and the possibility of Michonne <Comic Spoiler>
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He sounds a little more pragmatic about things than Kirkman.

But that is a pretty weak reason to kill T-Dog.

Edited by The Ultimate, 01 December 2012 - 09:33 AM.

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"once you kill a major character like T-Dog in the episode, it lets you off the hook because people think, That’s it, that’s the big moment in the show"

Dude...Seriously ?
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"once you kill a major character like T-Dog in the episode, it lets you off the hook because people think, That’s it, that’s the big moment in the show"

Dude...Seriously ?


Absolutely. I didn't read any spoilers for Lori's death--Thanks superstorm Sandy for 9 days without power/water/heat--and when T-Dog bit it, I didn't think Carol/Lori were going to die. I was all: Psshhtt, they already killed a major character, Lori's gonna be fine. When it turned out to be the opposite, I bawled like a brat.

Quote from the interview:

I feel that if the Governor is just the type of villain that is mutilating and raping people when we first meet him that he’ll be branded as an arch-villain, he may not feel as human. He’ll just feel like an evil presence without any humanity in him, that’s something that David Morrissey and I are not interested in doing. We really want to show that this is a fully realized person who makes evil choices. That’s interesting. The other thing is that if he comes out and he brutally rapes people right at the beginning, and our characters don’t punish or eliminate him, they will look ineffective. We have to take our time and tell this story. What you see is a man making a choice to sexually threaten a woman to get information.

God, I just love the writing and the ideas behind it. I completely agree with Mazarra here. Hearing the Governor has a 5 year contract and then being able to read something like this gets me so pumped. I want to be able to grow with the characters not disallow them to become. I know a lot of people are disappointed with this season, I'm just not one them.

From a separate interview that led me to:

“The Governor in our show has an arc, hopefully a long-term arc,” Mazzara said. “He begins in one place and goes through, like any thought-out character, ups and downs and developments and back steps and all of that. Our Governor is not just a full formed villain who is hiding that fact. He is more complicated than that. There are things that he’ll eventually do that he may not do immediately; there are things that he may do immediately that he realizes don’t work."

Lovin' it.

Edited by AngelLeigh, 01 December 2012 - 07:39 PM.

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"once you kill a major character like T-Dog in the episode, it lets you off the hook because people think, That’s it, that’s the big moment in the show"

Dude...Seriously ?


The loss of T-Dog was both, shocking and surprising, to everyone.





































I can assure you I typed that with a straight face.





































No, seriously.

































O.K., I can't back that up...
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