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The better hurry up with that backstory, Bob is dying from consumption.

Just a flesh wound. He should have plenty of fight left in him



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When the guests are producers, they often point out things I wouldn't have noticed on my own. How many people would ever have realized that the first victim in the trough was Sam the Hippie if that hadn't been revealed on Talking Dead?
Like when Rick gave him the watch...and Carol gave it back...then he says "The Kid who I gave this too, I saw them kill him"?
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The quality of the show also varies greatly with the quality of the guests. The last episode with the dipshit comedian guy who was on Breaking Bad was not very good. ("Wait, the Terminus people were cannibals? I had no idea!")

The Marilyn Manson episode... holy crap, that was an awkward hour of television!
Yes, Matt Jones, aka "Badger" from Breaking Bad was terrible. Next week is Slash and Mary Lynn Rajskub from 24. The only time I pay attention is when the writers and producers are on, they tell a lot of backstory and give great insight into where the show and characters are headed. A Director's Cut would be cool, not for each episode but for major turning points or season premieres or finallies.
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At this point in the timeline, shouldn't the zombies be pretty much decomposed or eaten by wildlife? Anything alive has to have sustenance and there is going to be less and less zombies other than the remaining population who die via natural or unnatural causes.

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At this point in the timeline, shouldn't the zombies be pretty much decomposed or eaten by wildlife? Anything alive has to have sustenance and there is going to be less and less zombies other than the remaining population who die via natural or unnatural causes.
if you die of natural causes you are coming back anyway...so with reproduction and babies like judith, there will always be walkers...
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if you die of natural causes you are coming back anyway...so with reproduction and babies like judith, there will always be walkers...
I'm not saying that all the walkers would be gone. I'm saying that all the walkers that were around at the beginning and soon after shouldn't still be around. Since the human population has gone down significantly, the amount of walkers should be pretty low at this point.

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At this point in the timeline, shouldn't the zombies be pretty much decomposed or eaten by wildlife?
Well we saw one of the more rotted zombies in the flooded basement. Not all animals will eat rotting food and the bigger question should be where are all the animals? The deer population should be booming and is not as if zombies can outrun a deer to catch them.


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They are definitely more decomposed looking now, generally. They might also just rot at a slower rate.
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That said, I think it was better when it was only half an hour. It strains to fill an hour most weeks, and the segments where they have viewers come up to ask questions are painful.
I was about to post the same thing.

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The Marilyn Manson episode... holy crap, that was an awkward hour of television!
Yeah, that was so awful I'm surprised it didn't doom the entire television industry and send people back to their radios.

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Animals won't eat rotting flesh but maggots and similar will. I saw something on TV where a deer carcass was recorded over a period of time and all tissue, skin/fur, etc was eaten and even bones were carried away. Seems to me it was in something like 2-3 weeks...

As far as walkers decomposing and no longer functioning (like, really dead), I believe it was Robert Kirkman who said (on Talking Dead) that he won't explain that (if they do or not).

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Like when Rick gave him the watch...and Carol gave it back...then he says "The Kid who I gave this too, I saw them kill him"?

Not to mention the way that he and Rick looked at each other when they were brought to the trough. It was obvious that they knew each other. If that didn't trigger your memory, then the exchange that you mentioned should have.
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I'm not sure if Rick remembered him or it was nothing more than he looked vaguely familiar.

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