How many zombies currently reside in British Columbia?
Or for that matter, how many zombie encounters have there been from 2009-2012?
It's cool you're pulling up statistics and comparing it to a world that we don't live in. It's real great.
I'm just saying if I had zombies that wanted to eat my brains, and I was living in that nightmare for as long as they have been, your mindset changes, and you do things to survive.
I'd likely either leave the dude there, or shoot him in the head (mercy kill).
It's also funny you mention the whole homicide rate thing because earlier in the scene they killed a dude with no problem.
Dude hasn't even been mentioned since, there was no remorse.
Side note, guy who got his leg messed up's friend bailed WITH NO PROBLEM.
Is that a sign of how things have changed?
You can pull up some statistics about how from 1974-2012 99.9% of on site job injuries have been reported, and no one has been mistreated, but IT DOESN'T APPLY TO THIS.
My point was that the main characters like to create problems for themselves, and are annoying and stupid.
Take that dumb **** Andrea.
Maggie's like "Hey, could you not let my sister try to kill herself?"
Andrea enters room "Hey, look, I don't know you, or your sister, and I'm staying here for free and stuff, but I'm pretty sure I know better than everyone else, and uhh do your own thing, I'm going to take off now, despite Maggie asking me not to because you're in annoyingly fragile state and it's draining all the TV time"
Sorry, if I was Maggie, I'd beat the living hell out of Andrea. Good god was that ever irritating. More irritating than the fact we have to watch this stupid suicide plot.
What's next? The girl goes missing and for 5 episodes they focus on trying to find her?
Edited by Stefan, 28 February 2012 - 12:48 PM.