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March 26, 2013

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Brian

The appeal of the show has almost nothing to do with scary zombies. It's purely character driven; the zombies create situations that create conflict among the characters.

Ric McCoy

I have to agree with you on your article concerning the zombie shows. It is sad what America has come to when it comes to quality television shows that can actually be enjoyed by all ages.

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