Damn, now I want some Lo Mein.
Maybe TY is giving/using low quality pickleback to slowly turn the zombies rabid? and the nightmares! turning them rabid. which is why they are ..happy with James, turning people into zombies (which i am still totally thinking ‘what the fuck’ on that. So out of left field!) so.
james makes zombies, they go rabid, TY swoops in and saves the day.
but ‘everything is different ‘ now. meaning..what is doctor tree’s plan? immortality. right? and he doesn’t need to use the same methods to do his research as the last boss. so.
James. what the fuck? you are making zombies. who can’t afford care. so they go to the grey area and turn feral.
anyone else just waited for the dog to turn and bite Jenners?? its so coming. not saying i want it to, but. im calling it.
will tree doctor help james? ..no. he’s the one giving the faulty equipment and the sketchy contract.
…..i want another Feel Good moment. between the Doctor and James. …the only one was when James called him ‘normal’ isn’t it?? it carried me far.
Well, if you think about it, TY should not want any of Jame’s clients to go feral. If that happened it would be easily traced and James would be shut down. But if they swoop in when James can no longer care for his Clients with the offer of employment as research subjects on better zombie treatments, well who can say no?
One of the problems for me with many evil organizations is that their research can often be operated within the confines of the law but they for some reason choose not to. In this case TY needed test subjects but nobody wanted to be a zombie voluntarily and their subjects were being consumed. So the only way to make more was to set them loose. James has given them a legitimate stream of subjects, now they can operate effectively without having to conduct attacks on towns.
So I just binge-read this whole series in a little under a day.
Thank you so much for reading.
No, thank YOU! This is such a pleasure to read!
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