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literally the only part of The Walking Dead i care about

I don’t even watch The Walking Dead, but I watched last night’s finale (because I was visiting people who watch it), and this was very emotionally affecting.

~~real feelings~~

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sansasnarky:

"The Walking Dead needs more female characters."

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"The Walking Dead needs more minority characters."

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"The Walking Dead needs better writing and storylines."

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"The Walking Dead needs more zombies." 

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"The Walking Dead needs better character development."

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Carol and Tyreese - Season 4 (requested by atoizzard)

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Norman Reedus on Daryl’s “awkward” love life.

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Norman Reedus (The Boondock Saints) has been getting noticed a lot these days for his role as Daryl Dixon on AMC’s The Walking Dead. But before he scored his kick-ass role as a zombie hunter, he appeared briefly in the pilot episode of CBS’s Hawaii Five-0 reboot as Anton Hesse, brother of Victor Hesse (James Marsters), whose death is the catalyst for the entire rest of…well, everything else that has happened on the show since. 

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I’m really excited about this post. Here’s some exclamation points to show you just how much: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Aha! We’ve (well, Rebecca has) been waiting for someone to submit this one! Alan Rickman, best known for being awesome (and also for his role as Severus Snape in the Harry Potter series) and Norman Reedus, who is currently fighting walkers as redneck badass Daryl Dixon on AMC’s The Walking Dead appeared together in the 1998 film Dark Harbor, where yes, as seen in the bottom picture, they made out. Awesome.
Great find, at0ne!
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I need to watch this movie.

ispyafamousface:

Aha! We’ve (well, Rebecca has) been waiting for someone to submit this one! Alan Rickman, best known for being awesome (and also for his role as Severus Snape in the Harry Potter series) and Norman Reedus, who is currently fighting walkers as redneck badass Daryl Dixon on AMC’s The Walking Dead appeared together in the 1998 film Dark Harbor, where yes, as seen in the bottom picture, they made out. Awesome.

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I need to watch this movie.

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It’s an old and uninteresting complaint: black characters on TV–and horror movies–get killed or written off too early. Clearly, that is what’s been happening on The Walking Dead with T-Dog. (UPDATE: The arrival of a new character signals a possible shift in season three.).

I’m going to try to push the debate further, past “isn’t it a shame characters of color get short shrift.” The truth is the T-Dog Problem signals broader problems with The Walking Dead and some other prominent dramas. It’s a symptom of an ailment the writers might actually care to remedy, beyond appeasing black viewers.

First, the basics. Earlier this season T-Dog told Dale he was concerned about being black and a weak link in the group. This was an insightful moment from the writers, foregrounding the idea that being different after the apocalypse might be a problem–after all, in times of stress, people stick to their own–and an interesting meta-commentary on the fragility of being a black character on TV. T-Dog was a great candidate for a quick kill. Then T-Dog disappeared. I literally forgot all about him until last week, when he had one line that was almost comically interrupted. This week T-Dog was similarly marginalized, leading Vulture‘s recapper to state: “By this point, the casual dismissal of one of two minority characters…on this show is feeling extremely suspect. The only thing saving it from being full-on offensive is that the same treatment is being given to Hershel’s entire white family.”

The problem isn’t only about a tired debate over representation.

The real problem with T-Dog’s absence is it undermines the point of the whole show.

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Aymar Jean Christian lays it down as to why TV shows lose their souls when they fail at promised diversity (Heroes, anyone?) on the R today. (via racialicious)

Also, like, in the finale? When the mob of thousands of walkers from Atlanta stormed through and only like one of them was not white?

I was like

either this show is way racist, or ALL THE BLACK PEOPLE SURVIVED.

Only season three will tell!

(Ugh, why do I still watch this show I don’t even.)

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ispyafamousface:

Norman Reedus is best known for playing characters with flexible moral and ethical boundaries with roles like Daryl Dixon on The Walking Dead and Murphy MacManus in The Boondock Saints. His role as the titular character Lady Gaga’s music video for her song “Judas” was no different; he played a leather clad Judas to Gaga’s lingerie Mary Magdalene.
Thanks, summersnapdragon!
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Norman Reedus! 

ispyafamousface:

Norman Reedus is best known for playing characters with flexible moral and ethical boundaries with roles like Daryl Dixon on The Walking Dead and Murphy MacManus in The Boondock Saints. His role as the titular character Lady Gaga’s music video for her song “Judas” was no different; he played a leather clad Judas to Gaga’s lingerie Mary Magdalene.

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Norman Reedus! 

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"I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned this here, but because of Dale, everyone calls me “T-Dog.” It’s humiliating. I bet they forgot my real name already. Seriously, when I die these morons will scrawl “HERE LIES T-DOG” on a piece of plywood. Anybody who discovers my grave will mistake it for an illiterate’s pet cemetery."

What I did during the second season of The Walking Dead, by T-Dog

This is all kinds of amazing. Click through to read the rest. (Obvious spoiler warning.)

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