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The location for the new series has been announced.

Honestly, I find myself rather disappointed. I'm still willing to give it a shot, but this makes it less interesting. There were a few cast members announced as well, such as the lead. Not any well knowns, but people you've seen before, but you just can't usually pinpoint where. My sister and I call them "Milk Commercial Kids".

So, thoughts on the location and/or the casting?
babydoll defeated (sp)
14th-Dec-2014 10:15 pm - "Coda" - the meaning behind the title
As we have stated on more than one occasion, there is often more to the titles of the episodes than what we see at face value. Both before and after the mid-season finale, I read numerous theories concerning the meaning of term “Coda” and how it related to this episode. I think we all realize that this is a musical term. But it is actually more complicated than I originally thought. Another fan found the following video which is provides an excellent description of the musical term "D.C. al Coda". Yup, that’s a DC there.

This is not a Walking Dead video. Nor any other fandom for that matter. It is a straight up music lesson on various ‘repeat’ symbols used in music. You will need to watch until around 7:28 (or skip to there) for the explanation of this terminology. Very briefly, and I will admit from a musical laymen’s point of view, the term means to play a piece of music to the end, then go back to the beginning and play it again but with a different ending. And the symbol used for this particular repeat is the same as the first symbol Morgan found carved on a tree at the end of the season five premiere.

Coincidence??? Read into it what you wish, but despite the fact that I’m still a bit pissed at SG for the MSF, I can’t help but wonder if this isn’t all part of an elaborate plan on his part. Foreshadowing and symbols are too much a part of TWD to ignore anything. And I am certainly more curious than ever about episode 5:10. The number 10 has repeated too many times in 5A. And Andrew Lincoln was very enthusiastic about episodes 9 and 10 in a post MSF interview on EW Radio Live.
beth writing 30 days without
8th-Dec-2014 06:24 pm - Timeline Question
I have a question that I hope that somebody can help me with.

Has anybody been able to figure out a timeline (or is there an official one) for the show? As in, approximately what month something occurs?

All I know is: In the beginning of season 3, it had been approximately 8 months between season 2 and 3, and that they had survived the winter.
At the beginning of season 4, 6-7 months had gone by.
Hitchhiker's Guide- In the Begining
8th-Dec-2014 05:07 pm - Winter Holidays Comment Fic Meme

THE RULES - This is, obviously, "The Walking Dead"-centric although crossovers are allowed as long as the prompt includes one or more TWD characters. This is also a THEMED meme, meaning the prompt must be about winter:  winter holidays such as Christmas, Solstice, Hannukah, New Year's Eve.

Comment with your fic or a link to a longer fic.
In your prompt, please state your desired characters or pairings. All genres/pairings welcome, but no real-person (RPF) prompts.

Example -
CHARACTERS:  Father Gabriel
PROMPT:  TWD S5 - Father Gabriel wants to lead a Christmas Eve service.

Example -
CHARACTERS:  Hershel Greene, Beth, Maggie, prison family
PROMPT:  S3, Hershel plays Santa

Example -
CHARACTERS:  Rick Grimes, Daryl Dixon
PAIRINGS:  Rick/Daryl
PROMPT:  New Year's Eve stroke of midnight. (As tame or wild as you like.)

Post as many prompts as you like - but one prompt per comment. Multiple prompts are wonderful just comment with each separately.
Prompts can be as short or detailed as you like. State your most secret desires for a character, or use song lyrics, or quotes, or even gifs!
Go through the prompts! If you find one you like, write write write write like it'll keep the Walkers at bay. There's no limit to how many users can reply to a prompt, or how many prompts someone can create for.


Play nice - no flaming and no character or pairings bashing.
Feedback for writers is like the flesh of the living for Walkers. Slow down and let our writers feast (leave feedback)!
Spread the walking dead and undead love - pimp this meme!
Have fun!
daryl terminus
5th-Dec-2014 11:01 pm - SCREENCAPS: [508] - HD/LOGOLESS

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Title: One Thing Rick's Group Didn't Think, and Five They Did
Author: vikingprincess
The Walking Dead
Characters: Noah, Beth, Rick, Daryl, Carol, Maggie
Ratings/Warnings: PG/Teen
Setting/Spoilers: S5 mid-season finale "Coda", through the end of the episode
Word Count: ~550
Summary: That moment in Coda.

One Thing Rick's Group Didn't Think, and Five They Did

Season 5, Episode 8 "Coda" - SPOILERS WITHIN!


Post any and all comments/theories with comic book related spoilers about episode 5x08 or the season in general here. Also, it's encouraged and acceptable to discuss future comic plots and characters as possible season five story points. Anyone reading this post will obviously either know or not mind being spoiled for those things in a theory about what may happen this season or in the next!

Enjoy the show and ...

michonne looking down (twd comic)
30th-Nov-2014 05:33 pm - EPISODE DISCUSSION POST

Season 5, Episode 8 "Coda" - SPOILERS WITHIN!

EPISODE DISCUSSION POST Feel free to post your thoughts during and post-show airing here. Also, please, do not post spoilers for eps beyond this one. Anything about a future episode isn't to be in the discussion post for tonight's episode.

Please, DO NOT discuss comic book spoilers within this post! Folks who haven't read the GN prefer to have no hint of what may happen later in the show. If you wish to discuss the comics and their relation to the current or future seasons, a second discussion post is available. Thank you!

Tonight's Talking Dead guests are Robert Kirkman (GN writer/executive producer), Keegan-Michael Key (co-star of Key & Peele/comedian) and A MYSTERY GUEST!! So discuss what they have to say here as well!

Sidenote: Thank you all for helping keep this little corner of LiveJournal alive every week by participating in the discussion posts. I see so many communities gone the way of the dodo and it makes me sad. But this awesome group of people just won't die. Like our core group of survivors. If LJ is the rest of humanity, then we're RICK GRIMES & DARYL DIXON! :)
andrea is terrified (twd tv)
25th-Nov-2014 07:01 pm - SCREENCAPS: [507] - HD/LOGOLESS

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