The names of the characters are the BEST. "Major Lillywhite" "Fillmore Graves"
Awesome I get to talk about one of two times I've met a celebrity.
Bryce Hodgson, the guy who plays Scott and Don E in the show, apparently lives in Toronto. I was getting on a streetcar at a station and turned and looked around and saw Bryce walking towards me. I immediately knew I knew him from somewhere but couldn't place where. Then it hit and for a second I got really fucked up. He looks pretty similar in person. Except for the zombie makeup he's exactly like his character. I told him I watched the most recent season finale last night and that's why my eyes went wide. He stood behind me in line waiting for the streetcar. I didn't want to bug him too much but he kept the conversation going. After a few minutes I asked for a picture. He said sure, and we kept talking. When the streetcar arrived he still kept talking to me. I really didn't want to just bore him or anything but he was actuqlly engaged. We talked about a ton of random stuff. Highlight of the year. He was such a kind guy. Even offered me a seat. Like the dude is just... He deserves every bit of fame he can get.
Featuring the talented, but not quite as famous as Johnny Depp, Rahul Kohli!
Agreed. I love Ravioli in particular. He's such a likeable character, very funny and the actor does a great job in emotional scenes too.
His Instagram is entertaining as well!
I think it's impressive how the actress plays all the different types of people each episode.
Also I think it's a brilliant show.
Is it wrong that I think Zombie Liv is hotter than real life Rose?
I've read the comics, but havn't seen more than a few episodes of the show, but it feels like kind of a zombie version of Veronica Mars, which isn't a bad thing, and makes sense because Rob Thomas made Veronica Mars.
At some point, I'll watch the whole thing, but there are too many damn shows to follow.
It is a great show. It suffers a little bit in doing the triangle love stories, and not enough cop procedural if one of the cops had the memories of the victim. That's the bread and butter of the show's mythology. Stick to what works, and don't worry about constantly introducing new characters we don't care about. Flesh out the characters we have.