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who else wants rick to lose his??? in the tv show?

who else wants rick to lose his hand? kirkman has been teasing that hell lose it in season 5 and would just love it, if rick lost his right hand..

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  • I can hardly wait.

  • I thought it would happen in season 3, then it didn't. I waited for it to happen in season 4, didn't happen either. In my opinion they should have done it already.

    I guess you can say the writers need a hand..

  • I hope they kill everyone off and start over, that show has been ruined since Season 2 when they killed Shane. Then it went downhill.

  • ComingSoonComingSoon Banned
    edited June 2014

    That would be awesome, I really hope it happens.

    Edit: I'm not a sociopath for wanting his hand to be cut off, I just think it would be cool to see a bit of events happening on-par in the show and in the comics. Jeez.

  • Carol should of did a Katja in Season 2, at least she would have one good scene.

    CrazyGeorge posted: »

    I hope they kill everyone off and start over, that show has been ruined since Season 2 when they killed Shane. Then it went downhill.

  • Totally agree. When Shane died I stopped watching. I found him to be the most interesting character of the series, with a legitimate internal conflict that ate away at him. He could be impulsive and violent, but he was ultimately well-intentioned. He saved Rick's life and got nothing but hostility in return. He was an interesting, complex character (especially compared to the rest of the cast, who were somewhat 2-dimensional), and I wish his character and Season 2 in general were taken in a different direction. It was a show that had potential and had me hooked, but then blew it.

    I'm glad it's successful and I'm glad people enjoy it, but I'll probably never watch subsequent seasons.

    CrazyGeorge posted: »

    I hope they kill everyone off and start over, that show has been ruined since Season 2 when they killed Shane. Then it went downhill.

  • CrazyGeorgeCrazyGeorge Banned
    edited June 2014

    They went off into this crazy direction in the story line and Rick started going crazy. Then story became a soap opera about Glen and Maggie's relationship with a few zombies. Eventually Carl evolves into Solid Snake, and starts killing random people, and his dad is still crazy.

    The show is just terrible terrible writing. I stopped watching after Hershel died. I know it is stupid to say something is unbelievable in a ZA story, however the story line with the Governor i was laughing through the whole series. Nobody in Ricks group was like, lets go off this SOB except Merle and they let him go off by himself and die.

    Totally agree. When Shane died I stopped watching. I found him to be the most interesting character of the series, with a legitima

  • edited June 2014

    I bet it'd go down like this:

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  • I couldn't agree more. I think season one of the show was really good, but season two fucked up when they just stayed at that boring ass farm and everything became a plot convenience.

    CrazyGeorge posted: »

    I hope they kill everyone off and start over, that show has been ruined since Season 2 when they killed Shane. Then it went downhill.

  • Yes! Then Season Three was the prison, then the fucking prison again! Season One was the bomb! I miss Atlanta. It's been the shitty countryside for three fucking seasons!!!

    _Juice_Box_ posted: »

    I couldn't agree more. I think season one of the show was really good, but season two fucked up when they just stayed at that boring ass farm and everything became a plot convenience.

  • Yeah, and with as much as I used to fangirl over Chandler Riggs, he sucked at acting in the first two seasons... I know you can't really blame him 'cause he was roughly 11-13, but there are child actors out there that could have nailed all of those lines.

    CodPatrol posted: »

    Yes! Then Season Three was the prison, then the fucking prison again! Season One was the bomb! I miss Atlanta. It's been the shitty countryside for three fucking seasons!!!

  • i'm not a reader of the comics, but didn't the governor cut off his hand? also kirkman said that he regretted cutting ricks hand off, so i doubt he's going to do it with the tv show. if they were going to do it they would have done it by now.

  • I think cutting of limbs off survivors has become too mainstream nowadays.

  • Which means if season 3 hits, we'll have a bunch of hipsters self-amputating just to 'be ironic.'

    BoatsNHoes posted: »

    I think cutting of limbs off survivors has become too mainstream nowadays.

  • Which means if season 3 hits, we'll have a bunch of hipsters self-amputating just to 'be ironic.'

    BoatsNHoes posted: »

    I think cutting of limbs off survivors has become too mainstream nowadays.

  • Damn right! He's alright now but meh... there's well better, and I hate the overuse of children in movies, most of the actors for the kids are bad and they're hella overused.

    _Juice_Box_ posted: »

    Yeah, and with as much as I used to fangirl over Chandler Riggs, he sucked at acting in the first two seasons... I know you can't

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    FireZenoel posted: »

    I thought it would happen in season 3, then it didn't. I waited for it to happen in season 4, didn't happen either. In my opinion they should have done it already. I guess you can say the writers need a hand..

  • It'd be cool to see him actually handle it, since it won't be stale pictures but actual whole scenes of him only using one hand.

  • Heh, Double post.

    Sarangholic posted: »

    Which means if season 3 hits, we'll have a bunch of hipsters self-amputating just to 'be ironic.'

  • I just found the whole thing unbelievable, his dad was a cop and he let his son get away with killing some kid. Whatever.

    _Juice_Box_ posted: »

    Yeah, and with as much as I used to fangirl over Chandler Riggs, he sucked at acting in the first two seasons... I know you can't

  • I support the annihilation of hipsters, i live in a hipster community... Save me.

    Sarangholic posted: »

    Which means if season 3 hits, we'll have a bunch of hipsters self-amputating just to 'be ironic.'

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    AWESOMEO posted: »

    It'd be cool to see him actually handle it, since it won't be stale pictures but actual whole scenes of him only using one hand.

  • Robert Kirkman has already stated that Rick will not lose his hand in the TV show. He said he already regretted doing it in the comics, but of course he can't magically make Rick have two hands again without getting a ton of backlash. He confirmed that Rick will not lose his hand in the television show, as it would be too difficult to work with.

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    AWESOMEO posted: »

    It'd be cool to see him actually handle it, since it won't be stale pictures but actual whole scenes of him only using one hand.

  • No,it's...Too far gone! baddom-kish

  • Season 2 was meant to be so much more :(

    _Juice_Box_ posted: »

    I couldn't agree more. I think season one of the show was really good, but season two fucked up when they just stayed at that boring ass farm and everything became a plot convenience.

  • This is just a RUMOR.

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  • If Rick loses a hand, He will need a hand.

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  • Absolutely not. Why would you want him to be crippled? Just because it's in the book doesn't mean it should be in the show.

  • edited June 2014

    double post

  • And here comes the weekly show bash. Well, maybe you will get the Shane like character you want in the spinoff.

    CrazyGeorge posted: »

    Carol should of did a Katja in Season 2, at least she would have one good scene.

  • How much longer did you want Shane to last? Honestly, the way S2 was going, his death was long overdued. If I were Rick, I would've killed him the first time he tried to kill me. Actually, I would've blown his fuckin' brains the minute I realized he was banging my wife while I was in gone.

    CrazyGeorge posted: »

    I hope they kill everyone off and start over, that show has been ruined since Season 2 when they killed Shane. Then it went downhill.

  • Bad Writing? The whole making Shane the "bad" guy was stupid.

    How much longer did you want Shane to last? Honestly, the way S2 was going, his death was long overdued. If I were Rick, I would'v

  • I find all these dislikes hilarious, not one of you will step up and try to argue any of these choices.

    CrazyGeorge posted: »

    They went off into this crazy direction in the story line and Rick started going crazy. Then story became a soap opera about Glen

  • edited June 2014

    Yep. It would be a pain in the ass for Andrew Lincoln, but fuck yeah. I haven't read that many of the comics, but I get a strong feeling that Rick's left handedness (euphenism x 50) is a big part of who he is.

  • edited June 2014

    Fuck. Double. Posts.

  • edited June 2014

    I never said "bad writing" (although I can't say I liked S2 that much). People have used that stupid little phrase so often in this forum that it lost it's meaning. And Shane was a bad guy in the comics, so it was sort of meant to be. He actually lasted a lot longer in the show. Also, whether his turn (an improvement for the show imo) was good or bad, Shane was doomed the moment he decided to turn evil.

    CrazyGeorge posted: »

    Bad Writing? The whole making Shane the "bad" guy was stupid.

  • If he did get his arm off, I bet he would quickly get tired of it just like Scott Wilson and his leg.

    This is just a RUMOR.

  • He probably won't. Kirkman has said several times that cutting Rick's hand off in the comics was the biggest mistake he made with the comics.

  • So comics = TV show? If that is the case they should cut off ricks hand. The whole making Shane the bad guy in season two was weak writing. His character time was replaced with more Carol, more Glen, and more Maggie. This is what the male audience between 21-40 want to see. Well maybe Maggie.

    I never said "bad writing" (although I can't say I liked S2 that much). People have used that stupid little phrase so often in thi

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