I posted it because it's very funny, I especially like the Holy Shit part, but actually it is not really true. There are not that much "stupid things", the introduction was only 3 or 4 times (in 34 episodes) set in the past, there is always something happening, I never ask me if I should go on as there is no doubt.
I watched a few weeks ago the 3rd season, and it is still a pretty good series with some of the usual flaws of these high class series. It was overlong with now 15 episodes, but it was nonetheless so absorbing that I watched it damn quick. On Sunday alone 8 or 9 episodes instead of the more important things I had to do. And I wished I could go on immediately with the next season. And still not even the best series, nor one of the 5 best.
And it is, and that is a real plus, a daring social study of how insecure the average Zombie life is with no health insurance, no working rental system, no chance of permanent catering, and that all in a generally dismissive social environment. Makes me really glad not to be Zombie myself, even if regional codes are then of a lesser importance, and they are generally not threatened by any kind of stress, as they have a perfect inner balance without losing time with meditation.
Whatever, The Walking Dead is so totally entertaining that I suddenly got a flash of enlightenment, and I thought, boy, it must be art ...