The Walking Dead Bar Nebraska Scene, One of My Favorite Scenes In The Show
The Walking Dead bar Nebraska scene is by far one of my favorite scenes on the show. Not only is it Rick Grimes first actual human kills, but it is the first time we really see the full blown animal come out in Rick, and it is good preparation for him for what he eventually has to do to his best friend Shane, who is trying to take him out, in order to move forward. In this blog post, I’ll give a quick snippet of what this scene looks like, and will talk about the significance of this scene within the show. For more details and information on all things The Walking Dead, read on or subscribe to our blog for additional details and information.
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Walking Dead Bar Nebraska Scene, When Rick Grimes Really Shines
The gist of what happened within this scene is that Hershel, after a stressful day of his guests taking out the walkers in the barn that Hershel believed were people, goes to a bar to go get drunk. From here, Rick goes to the bar to find him and console him, and to try and convince him to let the group stay.
It goes south from here rather quickly as the guys from the road soon turn violent, threatening Hershel and threatening to take the farm. Rick pulls out his gun and takes out both of the guys that are threatening them, bringing out the absolute beast in him and making him really start to come to terms with his own human nature. In the world of The Walking Dead, it is absolutely survival of the fittest, it is full on war to the completely fullest extent, and that’s what the show, and the apocalyptic times, are conveying here.
One Of The Most Pivotal Scenes In The Walking Dead
I would say that this is one of the most pivotal scenes in the Walking Dead because it is the first time that Rick Grimes crosses the line and actually puts someone into the ground. This is Rick Grimes first kill! And it is when Rick Grimes, and even to some extent Hershel, started to realize that yes, they are going to have to make tough choices and essentially become the equivalent of warriors and soldiers in order to win and succeed in this world that they now find themselves in.
Final Thoughts On The Walking Dead Bar Nebraska Scene, A Perfect Music Choice!
And those are my final thoughts on this amazing scene within the Walking Dead. It is definitely within my top 5 or at least top 10 favorite scenes within the show. I am enjoying scaling up a new affiliate website because it is much more scale-able and is not subject to the same content and traffic fluctuations that my larger money website is, so you should see a lot more content getting posted on this blog here very soon. For more details and information, read on or subscribe to our blog for additional details and information.
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