BREAKING: Walking Dead Fans Are Saying The Show Went Too Far For THIS…


Negan’s Big Introduction

Obviously, the most recent controversial moment on the show was Negan’s arrival. When he brutally killed Glenn and Abraham, some fans even left for good (or so they say…)

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Look At The Flowers

In another iconic moment, when Lizzie killed her sister, many fans felt it went too far. This scene was controversial, but a major turning point for Carol.

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Hershel’s Barn Of Walkers

In Season 2, when a reanimated Sophia walked out of the barn, a large number of fans thought the scene went too far. Rick had to shoot the girl in front of her mother, Carol. 

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Noah Is Eaten Alive

Perhaps because it was behind a glass door, making everything visible, Noah’s death was heartbreaking and some felt, too far. 

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The Birth Of Judith

When Judith was born, it meant the death of Lori. This was a brutal scene as Carl also had to kill his reanimated mother, but it was a major growth scene for Carl and Maggie, who acted as the doctor. 

Do you think all of these scenes were necessary for the show?

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  • Big F’N Show

    But the Homos running around are fine.

    • Robert Downer

      Intolerant much? TWD showcases people from all walks of life. And them having homosexuals as part of the cast is PART OF LIFE. There is NOTHING wrong with homosexuals. Just because they do not fit into YOUR small world view does not make it wrong.

  • Travis Juchter

    I’ll admit, I did give the show up entirely after glenn died. It wasn’t even glenns death specifically that made me done with the show. It’s the Dragonballz-esch style of defeat one enemy, new one shows up more powerful, rinse repeat. I miss the first season when it was really about the zombies.

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