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TL;DR; If you cooked the zombie first, you'd probably be okay, but it would be really gross. The evidence from the comics and shows: The Hunters: We've seen people eating meat from a person who had been bitten, but hadn't turned into a zombie yet: Bob: I've been bitten, you stupid pricks! I'm tainted meat. ...


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There is nothing inconsistent here. Two separate events with two separate intentions. For Merle, they wanted to show that he was desperate to escape, with no hope other than to cut his hand off, and maybe he will die because of it. With Andrea, they wanted to show her situation was inescapable. They provided false hope that she would escape only to take ...


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Didn't he say he was a scientist? I mean he has to sound like one. And after they knew he wasn't, he was already used to it.


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TL;DR: In-Universe: Because Eugene is socially awkward, didn't have many friends for most of his life, and may have Asperger's Syndrome Out-of-Universe: Because Josh McDermitt is imitating his little brother, Zach. It is pretty clear that he's trying to impress people, and he's incredibly socially awkward. Josh McDermitt confirms this: I think ...


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The "Smart Zombie" scenes: There are five incidents like this in the series, and - not coincidentally - they all happen within the first two episodes. Episode 1: The zombie girl picking up the bear Morgan's zombie wife turning a doorknob and looking through a peephole. Episode 2: A zombie picking up a rock and using it to break a window A zombie ...



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