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  • I want Bernthal to come back as Shane's brother Dwayne, an ex-Special Forces soldier.
  • Now the MiB has a reason to save the Forge, as it's the only place his daughter is "alive." I wonder what season 3 will bring, if it isn't Maeve in the outside world.  There aren't a lot of existing characters left.
  • Season 3 is about Elsie dealing with her abandonment issues.
  • What's frustrating about this account (compared to others I have read) is that she stayed with him for three years.  She was not kept locked up or drugged up, away from a phone, without money.  She could have called someone or just left, which she e…
  • WarpFox said: I'm not a lawyer, but if she releases what evidence she has, and this thing later becomes litigious, then that "evidence" would probably be inadmissible, I think. No, should still be admissible.  There would be a concern that…
  • Byrdie said: So these guys really think Madison/Kim D was the problem with FTWD? I never really had that issue with the show? Did the few others who watched through season 3 hate Madison? I doubt the people who watched through s3 and said t…
  • Dillane wanted to leave; Dickens did not.  I assume Dickens was cut for a) monetary reasons and b) there was a petty group of TWD fans who wouldn't watch FTWD because of her and c) with Althea, June, Alicia, Luciana, and arguably Charlie, the show w…
  • SomeBiscuit said: Man, people sure were just waiting for a quality drop to get the knives out. [...] - I maintain the first few episodes of this season, plus the John Dorie/Laura spotlight a few weeks back, were legitimately very good, and h…
  • When William was making his mind up to end James Delos' host, he said something about the world didn't need James or him (William) either.  I don't remember the exact line, but I wonder if it could be meaningful in light of the MIB is a host theory.
  • Hunkulese said: And there's no way to defend the writing of the security force in Westworld. They're written as less competent than the antagonist's gang from an 80s action movie.[...] But every encounter they make the dumbest choices over an…
  • A_Ron_Hubbard said: I did hear that this season of Fear is not great. Gimple strikes again? Better than last few seasons of TWD but worse than s2 and s3 of FTWD so far.
  • Natter Cast said: What is up with Lawrence?  The only thing I got is he has a daughter [...] Suffering helps hosts wake, and Lawrence has suffered plenty.  As I mentioned above, he's already shown some access to memories from previous "live…
  • Does anyone else cringe when someone on the show starts spouting computer gibberish?  It usually sounds so off. WRT Angela and Sgt. Horndog, wouldn't it be interesting if some hosts were equipped with extra equipment to read human heart rate, emit p…
  • chrisk said: I didn't understand Lawrence being immune to Maeve's Jedi tricks. Haven't really gotten the impression that he's woke and therefore able to resist. They laid the groundwork for this in an earlier episode, when Lawrence recalled …
  • ken hale said: Yeah, it COULD be good, except Negan is gonna be hanging out with all those characters, too Now that a) the writers have a better handle on how to use him and b) the show has broken from the comic book continuity, he cou…
  • rkcrawf said: This dumpster fire is actually the only thing that would get me to watch again. I would tune in to see how Maggie and Rick buy it, and what sort of shitshow leader Daryl becomes.  I think the article said Daryl will be the le…
  • ken hale said: Also, why are people sad about Maeve's daughter having a new mom and not upset about how quickly Maeve snatched that girl and ran away with her?  You know if those warriors hadn't shown up she would've jedi-mind-stolen that gir…
  • tabs64 said: May be wrong but I seriously doubt it's that much per season - might be for 2 or 3 seasons  https://uproxx.com/tv/walking-dead-salaries/2/ "However, late last year, the series did finally at least acknowledge — through salar…
  • Perhaps nailing Abernathy to the chair was to show (again) the contrast between hosts as just property and hosts as living, thinking beings. The whole nail gun scene seems to be self indulgent, like burning up James Delos each time.  Why not add str…
  • Right now there's an opening for a revolver-toting lawman on FTWD... ;-) Or, maybe on TWD Negan can get out and kill Rick with a single shot: "THAT'S how it's done, smegma breath!"
  • I'm finding it a bit annoying, but I think we'll see more of it from TV shows: it lets shows pack more into each episode.  If we saw the current season's footage in chronological order we'd all have more questions until the middle of the season beca…
  • KingKobra said: That may be possible, we just don’t have enough information yet. From the looks of it, the process is much easier by taking the cupcake out and putting it directly on a reading device.  Sure, but the existing host may obj…
  • KingKobra said: If a host gets “brain” damage that is much closer to “true death”. This would especially be the case with the Cradle being destroyed at some point. If they don’t have the “image” to bring them back, the hosts can’t be brought …
  • Is Dolores this show's Daenerys Targaryen?  Starts off being used, gets some power and followers, and then goes about her business being very boring killing some folks and freeing others for some seasons before becoming interesting? If you don't wan…
  • Don't have a problem with Samurai/Ninja taking down a group of Delos security.  The "Japanese" have bows, are used to trying to avoid armor, and the Ninjas could have quietly picked off people one by one, only later placing them all together along t…
  • All the Chickens said: I do like the idea of slowly replacing your body parts (including parts of your brain) with new, bio-mechanical parts, so that you could continue to feel as if you are retaining the feeling of what makes you "you" dur…
  • The discussion of MIB triggering Delos misses the possibility that Delos was stable only because he was in a controlled, simple environment.  Once exposed to conversation and having to rapidly readjust his understanding of who was alive, etc. he str…
  • rkcrawf said: But the scene where Clementine drags Bernard to the cave is definitely more recent than the scene where Bernard finds Elsie, right? Bc Bernard appears to be talking to her, but she doesn't acknowledge it (when she's holding th…
  • ken hale said: So, if the Delos robot-clone wasn't a success, I guess that shoots down the theory that the company is ALREADY replacing people in the real world, but isn't that exactly what Ford did with Bernard?  So Ford was way ahead of Wi…