I was a huge fan when the first episode leaked early and I loved the show during the first season. But somewhere along that time frame, the show became too "mainstream" and lost its luster for me. It steps away from the themes of the first season and a half and turned too "Hollywood".
It's still a good show and one of the best on cable but its no longer a "must watch immediately" for me. If the finale has Hershel dying or Glen and Maggie both surviving then I'm done.
I don't remember what happened with Morgan. Rick and co found him a few episodes ago and he was all crazy, then what happened? Where is he now?
Rick was all like, "Common man, I'm bat**** insane and they made me leader, you'll be fine with us!" and he was all like "Naw man, I gotta stay here and kill some sombies and ****" so Rick was like "Fine then, fool, we'll just leave you here"
Originally Posted by IHerb
Did they ever explain who let that hoard of walkers into the prison earlier this season?
The first time way back was Andrew. 2nd time with Gov group was random Woodburry citizen. Don't think it was supposed to matter who it was. The only reason they wore the armor was protection driving a walker bus, not to hide identity.
He was one of the prisoners along with Axel, Oscar, Tomas and Big Tiny. Andrew was the smaller one who sided with Tomas, and when Tomas got killed he attacked Rick, failed, and accidentally got locked in a room full of walkers. He was able to survive that and caused the events that led to Lori and T-Dogs deaths.
Ahhhh yeah, I remember now. I thought the guy in the boiler room was just some random, isolated prisoner.
edit: Question for you all: Do you ever want the comics/series to explain the origins of the virus and how it infected everyone?
For me, I'm on the fence. I like the mystery surrounding the outbreak but, I'm also quite curious to the cause. I'd be satisfied either way it goes.