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Spoiler: Click to Show/HideOr it's not a virus, zombie bites are just full of nasty infection and kill you and then whatever supernatural force is animating the zombies picks you back up.The CDC couldn't get anything substantial on the cause of this state of affairs. I don't think anyone's proven it's a virus.
Um, actually...There's no reason to think there is anything remotely supernatural going on. The CDC seemed like it had a pretty solid grasp on the matter; it was just a bigger epidemic than they were capable of containing. If the cause wasn't viral, then how was Jenner able to track the infection's effects in his wife, and how could he tell Rick that the living were already infected with the dormant strain? If it was something supernatural, then there would be no reason for it to present in living hosts at all, and just about anyone could turn at anytime, which isnt what we've seen this far. A virus, probably an artificially engineered one, is the most likely culprit.
Spoiler: Click to Show/HideI think they've actually explained less in the comic than the show. From what I recall they've come to the same conclusion re: you're going to come back no matter how you die if the brain's still intact, but beyond that people have more or less had an attitude that can be summed up as, "Who the fuck cares why they're zombies, they're fucking ZOMBIES, let's avoid them." There was no trip to the CDC in the comic, no real investigation into possible causes. They've just learned via cause and effect interaction with zombies and their victims and that's about it.
Hey, congratz on approval!A'ight, now peep this.Hershel will probably survive long enough to direct Beth and Maggie through delivering the baby, probably while the others fend off a sudden walker resurgence, then die tragically from shock and blood loss. Or he might turn and be put down just as little Shane/Sophia is born.Probably no more deaths for a while, but eventually they'll knock off Carol first, because screw her, then Beth because it'll strain things between Glenn and Maggie and send everyone on another wild Carl chase.Audrey will hook back up with the others, but Shane's death combined with the threat of the Woodbury community and her new 'loyalty' with Mishon will keep her from rejoining the group for a while.The inmates will either get kicked out, killed, or assimilated into the Woodbury group; probably a few of each.
Spoiler: Click to Show/HideThe zombie pets are her former boyfriend and best friend, she drags them along for two purposes. 1. They are something of her past/loves ones.2. When she travels, others walkers rarely notice her because of the walker presence. Like the time the group rubbed themselves with zombie guts and was able to sneak through a horde of walkers.
Spoiler: Click to Show/HideI agree it is pretty morbid but pretty smart of her. I understand her reasons to do it. I don't follow the comics but I did read the wiki to learn more of Mishonne when she appeared at the end of season 2. Since the show has branched off so much from the comics, I think the walker past story is still there. I want to learn more of THIS version of Mishonne and look forward to what happens with her and Andrea.
Spoiler: Click to Show/HideHoly Shit! Worst part is that now the baby all makes them zombie bait. Someone get that kid a binkie and a blanket. At least Carl stayed in the house this episode. Andrea already regrets not leaving and I get the feeling the governor wants to fuck her. It's like watching a cat play with a captured mouse. It's horrifying, disturbing, and yet I can't look away. Damn you show for being so addictive!
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