I know that they replaced show runner Glenn Mazzara after a few episodes were done, so that probably has a lot to do with how things panned out. I was kind of disappointed in the finale, probably because the storyline really hasn't gone anywhere. Starting out next season, we could be right back to the governor vs. the people in the prison, which was pretty much where things were at after the second episode. That, and we have to wait until the end of October for the new season.
Loved it. It wasn't as, like, surprise-y as you'd expect from a finale on a show like that, but I really enjoyed it. You?
I was sort of "meh" about it. I wasn't really that impressed with this season very much, though. I thought there were a lot of story lines that didn't really go anywhere or sort of started and then just went away without being talked about again. I guess I prefer more twisty-turny sort of plot stuff.
See, *SPOILER ALERT* ...
I was glad they didn't kill off the Governor yet, because that felt like it was where things were going. It would have been too obvious. I also thought it was going to be obvious that Andrea would escape. No dice. I like things like that, when our expectations are violated (in a positive, productive way).
My main problem: why would the take the Woodbury people back to the prison? Why not just move into Woodbury? They've got electricity and shit.
***WALKING DEAD SPOILERS***
The one thing that I do enjoy about TWD is that they obviously have no qualms about killing off main characters. I was expecting Maggie or Glenn to die in the finale because of their little wedding ceremony thing a couple weeks ago. I'm sorta glad Andrea is dead, I didn't really feel any kind of connection to her and she pretty much brought what happened to her onto herself.