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    Jerry used the axe 5 minutes before that to literally cleave a zombie in half, and not a 2 year old moldy zom, a freshly turned corpse. Axe right through skull, organs, bone....then he forgets how to use it. The tiger ran roughshod through numerous attackers who were shooting at it, emerges unscathed- then takes a knee for a bunch of slow zombies that basically lay down on top of it. For that matter, how do the walkers manage to rip the flesh away so easily? They don't have claws, at best some hadn't trimmed their fingernails for awhile before they died. All would have normal teeth...do you realize how thick that tiger's fur and skin are? My god, I once chipped a tooth on a pizza crust! Pretty sure if I had to it would take me quite awhile to bite through a fur skin and do enough damage to incapacitate a tiger enough to kill it!

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    that's no different then how easily they drive a knife through bone every time they start killing walkers by stabbing them in the head. sorry, bones do not rot or get brittle that fast

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    Carol must be the best shot in the world to, emptied her gun thru that fence without a single bullet hitting it and ricocheting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnystorm View Post
    Jerry used the axe 5 minutes before that to literally cleave a zombie in half, and not a 2 year old moldy zom, a freshly turned corpse. Axe right through skull, organs, bone....then he forgets how to use it. The tiger ran roughshod through numerous attackers who were shooting at it, emerges unscathed- then takes a knee for a bunch of slow zombies that basically lay down on top of it. For that matter, how do the walkers manage to rip the flesh away so easily? They don't have claws, at best some hadn't trimmed their fingernails for awhile before they died. All would have normal teeth...do you realize how thick that tiger's fur and skin are? My god, I once chipped a tooth on a pizza crust! Pretty sure if I had to it would take me quite awhile to bite through a fur skin and do enough damage to incapacitate a tiger enough to kill it!
    Exactly on both counts.

    These Walking Dead writers obviously are missing military and zoologist advisers.

    The tiger is just a powerhouse. Unlike lions and other cats, tigers are as adapted to the water as on land. Only the Jaguar equals it aquatically.

    Look how it takes on a croc and takes it down with little effort...



    Shiva should've dismantled every single Walker in that ravine with little effort as well...

    I'm beginning to despise this show...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hector View Post
    Exactly on both counts.

    These Walking Dead writers obviously are missing military and zoologist advisers.

    The tiger is just a powerhouse. Unlike lions and other cats, tigers are as adapted to the water as on land. Only the Jaguar equals it aquatically.

    Look how it takes on a croc and takes it down with little effort...



    Shiva should've dismantled every single Walker in that ravine with little effort as well...

    I'm beginning to despise this show...
    I commend their bad writing in this case.

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    See, I don't mind writing that requires suspension of disbelief. I mind writing that requires us to accept lack of storytelling ability. They've been repeating the same general story arc for about 4 seasons now, and it was done better earlier. My ability to care what happens next is diminishing, I'm sorry to say. The writing is so bloated with monologues that are entering the realm of self-parody. I have no idea why there's another show called "The Talking Dead", because that's all they seem to do in this apocolypse. If the monologues were used sparingly, and delivered with some degree of believability, then maybe. But it feels like every episode is padded with leaden dialogue for running time requirements.

    "When there's no more room in Hell, the dead will walk the earth." That singular line from Dawn of the Dead carries more impact than any of the silly 5 minute unintentionally funny speeches.
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    Don't blame the writers. Kirkman pretty much wrote that Shiva scene in the comic.

    Only way zombies kill a tiger if it's a horde and the tiger has to kill hundreds. Literally exhaust him to death.

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    Did they ever say if animals can become zombies ?

    If not that tiger would be like a fat guy being attacked by a swarm of Big Macs

    As far as the rotting flesh, tigers ARE not only predators but scavengers as well.
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    They had to write out the tiger, he just landed a gig as Talky Tawny in the Shazam movie.
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    Yesterday I went to the dentist and watched Walking Dead.
    Both lasted about 40 minutes.

    I prefered the dentist...
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