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The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 14 When it comes to television shows, there are a few different options when it comes to dealing with the changes between seasons. On some programmes, seasons blend into one another seamlessly. On other shows, the break in seasons are acknowledged, be it explicitly or implicitly. In the case of The Walking Dead, the gap between seasons two and three is addressed right up front.
The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 14 The survivors, who were so near the prison at the end of last season, have been wandering around aimlessly in the wilderness for most of the winter. Given the meandering of the bulk of the first half of season two, I can't help but think this is an intentional nod to the audience. As the show kind of fumbled for direction, going this way and that, so too did the characters within the show. Or maybe Rick just didn't bother to stop and ask for directions. It seems that the survivors spent all winter going this way and that, ransacking houses for food and trying to avoid the random herds of zombies that seem to be everywhere these days. To the east, south, and north? Zombies everywhere.
The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 14 Turns out the solution is right in front of them, behind fifteen feet of chain link and razor wire. The thing that I think works best for this group is to have them all have had adventures during the break between seasons. I don't need to see these poor actors freezing to death in winter (or baking beneath the hot Georgia sun) to be aware that it happened to them. Have them grow their hair out a little bit, grow beards, gunk up their faces and clothes, and I'm happy. When one of your major characters is a young child, you're going to have to deal with his rapid aging sooner or later, so why not write it into the show? Falling Skies did this to a greater extent, both aging characters and killing some others off in the absence of Tom Mason, but you don't really have to kill anyone to make time pass, just change the circumstances.