m16a wrote:stomperrob wrote:m16a wrote:
What did ya think of this part of the season? I loved the ending and what Rick did personally. Woulda lost a lot of respect/liking for him had he not shot the girl...
Good so far! It was sad when the little girl came out of the barn, I wasn't expecting that - Rick did what he had to, but I was of course expecting Shane to do it. Shane is getting to be kind of a pain in the ass.
They are doing a really good job of mirroring two different types of people you'd see in that circumstance. RIck is essentially the guy I'd be in that situation, the guy who trys to maintain order, compassion, and a semblance of what life was before. He's still trying to be the serviceman cop, and attempting to minimize the "soldier" aspect. Shane has stepped away from that aspect, and has turned more to the "soldier" type view, trying to do anything and everything for him and him alone to survive. It makes for an interesting contrast, but he's definitely even more of a jerk than he has been.
That's a good analysis - I'd prob be more like Rick too. Shane's every man for himself attitude is not the kinda guy ya want in a group.
Def a lot more character development this year. Daryl (the redneck) has become a decent guy this season and a much more responsible member of the group.
Now that all the walkers in the barn have been disposed of, will the group stay there or will Hershel demand they get off his land? And when they do finally leave at some point, does Glen stay behind with Hershel's daughter, or does she leave with the group to be with Glen?