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Old 10-15-2019, 02:14 PM
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Is the baby dead? He/she wound up with the blacksmith and his wife. Didn't the wife tell him to take care of the baby when she was attacked by the walkers?
I remember seeing Grace-under-fire holding & caring for the baby at some point after the initial handoff during a montage. Since her beheading I don't recall seeing the baby. I'd assume it's still alive though.
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oh yeah, i forgot about that
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Old 10-15-2019, 03:27 PM
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yea, i'm pretty sure the baby is alive.
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Old 10-16-2019, 09:23 AM
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Last night's episode hit a new record level of boring. I couldn't even keep track of the characters with all the flashbacks and masks.

One interesting observation, however, is that whisperers should be easily distinguishable from real walkers because the whisperers carry weapons, and basically no walkers do. The writers are so lazy.

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ha, because they whisper.

i do believe i had it a little higher than normal but not that much. I didn't find it that boring. i mean gave a lot of info on the origin of the group and how they work. i'm still confused on how they could ever have enough food for a large group. seems like a lifestyle to me that would limit your size to say 20-30 or something like that.

also, after seeing it, made it harder for me to believe that Lydia left her mother after such a short time away from her. just seems like if you start on that path at the age she was in the flashbacks, she'd be more dedicated. but i guess teenagers and finding a friend in that Henry kid might do it.
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also, after seeing it, made it harder for me to believe that Lydia left her mother after such a short time away from her. just seems like if you start on that path at the age she was in the flashbacks, she'd be more dedicated. but i guess teenagers and finding a friend in that Henry kid might do it.
I thin k Lydia will be a weak link if/when the conflict starts.
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oh most definitely, but for whom?
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Old 10-17-2019, 09:46 AM
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The hero group
who are the heroes?

but seriously, i was thinking the whisperers because there are people talking within their group that aren't committed because they saw that they don't have to live like that. if they saw her alive and the baby then they might switch sides rather quickly.
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who are the heroes?
Hero group usually refers to the protagonists.
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