The second-season finale of “The Walking Dead” drew a record 9 million viewers Sunday night and still has fans buzzing on Twitter and other media sites.

Some fans are upset with Lori’s (Sarah Wayne Callies) perceived slight after Rick (Andrew Lincoln) revealed how Shane (Jon Bernthal) died. Others want to know the identity of the mystery woman in

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saying that,” tweeted fan Emily I. “What did he ask for? A stupid, horrible wife and a kid that always gets lost?”

Actor Irone Singleton, who plays T-Dog, said there are no rules when it comes to the survivors on “The Walking Dead,” and sometimes that means not liking the characters or their actions.

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