Episode #29: AMC’s The Walking Dead: TS-19 Review

Posted on: December 8, 2010
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The Walking Dead: "TS-19" Review

The Magnificos revisit the first season of AMC’s critically acclaimed series The Walking Dead. They review this season’s final episode “TS-19.” What does TS stand for anyway? Is it some vatos gang sign?

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  1. TS, stands for “Test Subject”. Thus the term TS-19 or Test Subject 19, meaning the 19th person to be tested on the effects of the virus. I can’t wait for season 2! What u have read and are readin now is for eye’s only not to be copied or revealed to the public, this comment is classified and is case senitive, black operator is now “checking out”.

    Comment by Classified — December 9, 2010 @ 12:06 am

  2. Personally I agree with the cons you both mentioned, but I also think that we may be lniookg at the reactions of the new people in a way that doesn’t jive with how we think people should be behaving in a zombie apocalypse. I do believe that the new characters were more like plot devices to help the audience understand Rick as a person. Merle is so unabashedly racist that anyone else other than the Rook playing him would’ve made him laughable. I think the writers are still feeling out just how they could inject their own embellishment to the comic book source and these new characters and how they interact with Rick does expand on some of the scenes and themes in the original source. The guts scene actually used much earlier in this adaptation than in the comic. As for the Lori and Shane situation there’s a chance that the woman Shane was talking about in the pilot with Rick is Lori. Just something to chew on until episode 3.

    Comment by Marilu — May 23, 2012 @ 1:35 am

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