He knows us so well.
I’m not feeling too great today guyz
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SWC: I think the thought behind the wedding dress is, if he’s going to hallucinate his wife, he’s going to picture her the day he remembers her being the happiest. His mind is going to cast about for the most idealized version of Lori. And in a way, what is true is that I have never played Lori Grimes again after that death scene. Because everything I’m doing now — from the phone call to this wraith like appearance — I’m not playing Lori anymore. I’m playing Rick. And that was an interesting switch, to realize it’s not about who is Lori? It’s about who does Rick’s diseased mind need Lori to be right now?
Heart-wrenching scene. You can see in Rick’s expression that Daryl’s leaving is a heavy psychological blow on his mind (again!) as it prepares us to his “mental” fury to come.
And at the same time, you can see Daryl’s expression of deepest regret and uncertainty as to whether he has made the right choice or not.
Merle in my opinion is not just merely satisfied with having his brother back but he seems more gloating over seeing Rick’s being defeated on the grounds of blood lines over friendship. You can see the selfishness in that. I think.
Perfect post is perfect.
You need to know how to protect yourself.
“You’re going to have to wait and see. I mean It’s serial television. If you present everything about a character in the first two episodes, or even in the first eight — you know — this is supposed to go on for a while. It is about allowing her to be unveiled in whatever way. And also through the people who experience her. You know, Rick, they’re getting to have to know each other, in a sense. And so it also has to be a process you see him go through, seeing her through his perspective. To put her all out on the table too quickly, I think, would be far less dramatically interesting.”
Danai Gurira on Michonne’s deeper sides and heart.
Norman Reedus (x)
what everyone was thinking