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OK for one thing all zombies must be alive to some extent, because you have to destroy the brain to kill them right? If you think about it that that means the brain is working or working to an extent. For them to move, the brain must be functional enough for the body to use basic functions provided by the nervous, muscle, and skeletal systems. That's never ...


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This is a short one but might do the trick: I distinctly remember Milton Mamet saying the creature's metabolism is a lot slower than a human's, which explained why they can go for so long without food. This directly implies that at some level they're still biologically alive. I don't remember the exact episode; I think it was when he and Michonne were ...


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You're, perhaps, assuming that all the walkers are the same age. With each new death (and a walker doesn't have to be involved, because everyone has the virus in them), a new walker arises. You would expect that the walker population would eventually shrink and be gone, which is a great theory postulated by Andrew Martin. That is actually a logical ...


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TL;DR: Magic? To keep the show on air as long as possible? The virus somehow keeps them alive? All viable options. Long Answer: To shamefully steal paraphrase from the answers given on the same topic over at the Sci Fi Stack Exchange: As most people are aware... Georgia (and most of the Southeastern USA) gets extremely hot and humid throughout the ...


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The character's name is Abraham, not Jim. He heard Eugene yelling "Help, help me" followed by "It's them, get 'em". This may have sounded like "Jim" but according to the subtitles (via Amazon streaming), those are the lines. After Abraham killed the walkers, he turned and was walking away, in a daze, when Eugene said he was on a very important mission. This ...


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Because it is fiction; entertainment, first and foremost. It's not intended to be a scientifically accurate treatise on exactly how it would be like in a post apocalyptic world short on people. Folks would be milling around all day gathering roots, scratching themselves, and wondering where to walk to next. Not exactly great entertainment. How the various ...


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Just one of a handful of many tropes used in TV and movies. Another one used frequestly is the "wound dab", where cotton is lightly dabbed around a wound so as not to remove any of the makeup. Also, the "extended fist fight". When someone gets punched in the face and just stands there stunned. Apparently few people in movies and TV get broken noses from ...


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It is a common fact on TV that combat and injuries are stylized to make it look good rather than realistic. Have a look at pretty much any film fight where someone knows a martial art and compare that to someone who knows a martial art fighting for real. They are worlds apart. Even if you look at American Wrestling and BJJ you can see the difference. ...


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There is clearly nothing in the episode to definitely conclude what happened to her. If there would be any definite answer to her fate, it would have been spelled out. So you are correct in your statement that this is basically just a cliffhanger. What else could make you bite your fingernails more than not knowing if the little baby made it or not. But the ...



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