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TL;DR: There is no difference, but the word "zombie" is never used on the show. They just don't say "zombie" on the show: Robert Kirkman - the franchise creator, writer of the comics and novels, and executive producer of both shows - has explained this: One of the things about this world is that people don't know how to shoot people in the head at ...


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The only time "zombie" is used to refer to a walker is in the first Walking Dead game shortly after Lee and Clementine meet up, but seeing as this is the sole example of them being called this, (that I know of) it was likely a slip-up on Telltale's part. Every other time they're referred to as "walkers," "biters," "lurchers," etc. The reason the creators ...


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TL;DR: They have. On the Show: The characters start out at Bellwood Quarry on the outskirts of Atlanta, the biggest city in Georgia. Rick rides into Atlanta alone, where he meets Glenn, T-Dog, Jacqui, Morales, Merle, and Andrea. They try to find refuge in a place called "Terminus"; the maps they see advertising Terminus appear to place it in ...


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TL;DR: It isn't explained outright on the show or in the comics, but we do know that the characters often wear body armor when: It is available There is a good reason for wearing it. When we see people in body armor, and why they wear it: The show: Morales and T-Dog at the department store: This is the first time anyone other than Glenn has ...


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TL;DR: No. The line you're talking about is actually "I forgot everything you taught me". What does the little girl say? I don't know of any official scripts available online, and the dialogue you're talking about doesn't appear in the closed captions, so here's my own transcription this scene, along with what the closed captions on the iTunes version ...



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