‘The Waking Dead’ series on AMC is starting to get more intense as it goes along. The fourth and fifth episodes have left me as a zombie enthusiast with only more questions. Maybe some of these will be answered now that the survivors have entered a possible scientific CDC laboratory in episode five.
Here are some questions that are plaguing me after watching episodes four and five:
Question 1: Why did anyone not forcibly remove Andrea from the dead body of Amy her soon to be a walker sister. Since Amy was bitten and infected it was just a matter of time before she would turn and possibly infect others. Andrea was soaked in what might have been infected blood.
Shane obviously did not have a problem forcing Jim to quit digging holes he should not have had a problem tackling Andrea either.
Question 2: Daryl and Glenn were attacked when they went to retrieve the guns that were left in the bag in episode one by Grimes. Jorge and Felipe two other survivors tried to steal the guns. Daryl shot an arrow into Felipe’s behind when they were attacking Glenn will this have adverse affects on Felipe? Will he now become a zombie possibly by an infected arrow? The men at the nursing home may be in for a bit of a surprise later.
Question 3: What happened to the medical team inside the compound at the CDC? Dr. Jenner seemed to be all alone. Why were there no military personnel inside the perimeter protecting any staff that might be inside? This would have been just in case the walkers breached the perimeter.
What happened to others that would have been on Jenner’s team? Were they systematically infected or was it something else?
Question 4: Why did they take Jim along when they new it was just a matter of time before he becomes a walker himself after he was bitten? This could have caused problems for the others in a bad way. There is a difference between human compassion and human error.
These are just a couple of questions maybe episode six of ‘The Walking Dead’ will answer and then again maybe not.