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  1. Gobi

    S03.E07: The Final Country

    He also shows what happens to someone who "goes along to get along", unlike Hayes. I guess we'll find out this week how far West was willing to "to along".
  2. Gobi

    S03.E07: The Final Country

    To me, it would make sense only if Roland was already working with Hoyt and killed Harris on Hoyt's orders.
  3. Gobi

    S09.E09: Adaptation

    More like Roadrunner and Coyote rules.
  4. Does the $300.00 package include a ride in an air conditioned car?
  5. "Free Ride + Free Entry" has all sorts of unfortunate implications.
  6. Gobi

    S09.E09: Adaptation

    The arrows had been made by one of the guys they were looking for, according to the musician guy. Why they would leave a trail like that was never pondered.
  7. Gobi

    S09.E09: Adaptation

    I think it had something to do with a zombie in a pit, but I forget what happened.
  8. Gobi

    S09.E09: Adaptation

    Speaking of animals, I know of cases where people have been kicked by horses, that weren't defending themselves, and they can do some serious damage, up to and including death. Yet in this show, horses just allow themselves to be brought down by zombies who have no concept of protecting themselves from being kicked.
  9. Gobi

    S03.E06: Hunters in the Dark

    They haven't said yet. It's possible that it was "solved" again in 1990, or that it was not. The scenes with the TV interviewer seem to imply that it was not solved.
  10. Gobi

    S09.E09: Adaptation

    The dog thing bothered me, too. Those dogs would have had zero problems taking down that zombie.
  11. Gobi

    S03.E06: Hunters in the Dark

    What's a ChoMo situation?
  12. Gobi

    S03.E05: If You Have Ghosts

    Could just be that the part was written for a white (as was Hays), and they didn't feel like altering the script after the actor was hired.
  13. Gobi

    S03.E06: Hunters in the Dark

    The first false note for me was Purcell being outside the door at the exact moment he needed to be to over hear crucial information.
  14. Gobi

    S03.E05: If You Have Ghosts

    Could be that Woodard wanted his death to mean something to the man that killed him. He knew that the other officers probably would not be bothered by having killed him. Although, in real life, there are very few people who are not bothered by killing someone.
  15. Gobi

    S03.E04: The Hour and the Day

    In the '90's, sketches or computer images were already being done of how someone might have aged. One of those helped in John List's capture. We haven't seen one in the show, but I wouldn't rule it out yet, we may see one later.
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