Originally Posted by koolout
i dont know. based of other AMC shows like Breaking Bad and Mad Men I figured they'd be doing a better job with writing, character development and filling holes. last night's episode reminded me of CSI: Miami or something. Where that main cop guy is always throwing out some humorous witty one liner to describe a bad situation. it didn't feel real at all. that's what i loved about the first episode, it was a zombie movie that actually felt real.people were flipping out instead of taking the time to come up with something cool to say. big pet peeve haha
Umm...no offense, but have you watched the show?? It has taken forever to fill in characters' pasts, and we still don't know everything. This last season was the 4th, and we finally
got a glimpse of how Don got his start at Sterling Cooper. We still don't know almost anything about Betty's past, or Sterling's beyond the fact that he was kind of handed the company as his father is the "Sterling" that's on the door.
It's great to keep the viewer guessing, and I like that this show is doing that so far, but I do agree they should fill some things in at some point. Like who really
wouldn't ask someone, at some point during a zombie apocalypse, how the fuck it started and how long it had been going on?