Finished season 3. The finale wasn't amazing
(some closure on where the hell the Governor went after slaughtering everyone would've been nice), but it was overall much better than season 2. There was plenty of great zombie action and it didn't feel like 60% of it was filler.
A few things:
Are bones made of egg shells in The Walking Dead universe? Heads seem to be crushed like they're made of cardboard, and fingers get bitten off like they're carrots.
...What was the point of T-Dog? He did practically nothing the entire time he was alive. There was literally no plot revolving around him.
The Governor narrowly avoided death so many times I lost count... and nobody seemed to ever prioritise him during the firefights. Why couldn't Merle have opened fire when he was in his sights instead of shooting the nameless grunts?!
I was surprised when Axel was sniped; it really caught me off-guard. Lori's death was also pretty surprising, although I guess it shouldn't be.
The scene where Glenn killed the walker whilst tied to a chair was pretty awesome. Making a shiv from it's bone was also neat.
Haha, that was definitely the number one thing I noticed in the season 2 finale as well, how they're all seasoned sharpshooters in a moving car. So ridiculous.
They're definitely not seasoned sharpshooters when it comes to shooting at people!