#5 The governor hits Axle in the head because he took time to aim before the assault, once he fires the rest of the group takes cover.
#6 The governor never runs out of bullets because he lives in a well-stocked town and frequently sends organized scavenger parties out to collect supplies. More importantly, he recently took down an entire regiment of National Guard troops, a regiment so well-supplied that it was able to maintain a helicopter for over a year, he also brings numerous trucks back from the raid, which is probably how he got the rocket launcher.
Rick on the other hand, has a rare .45 caliber Python pistol, which needs specific bullets that would be hard to come across.
#8 Glenn uses the screwdriver to scrape rust from the corroded parts, which is perfectly logical because the reason the RV wasn’t starting was electrical. Removing rust allowed connectivity- come the fuck on!
#9 The Strength of Zombies varies due to their state of decay, how much food they have consumed, and the size and muscle mass of the person prior to death. So every walker isn’t the same, also, they usually don’t overpower their victims, the person trips out of panic and the walker falls on top of them.
#12 The show never mentions what year it is, it could very well have started in the distant future, so driving a 2013 car isn’t that crazy.
#14 Getting bit will immediately cause symptoms of a fever and strong muscle pain, combined with major blood loss, this can explain her limping. Also, there is no telling how long Tyrese and his group were running before reaching the prison, it is possible her leg was already hurt, which is what slowed her down and caused her to get bit in the first place.
#15 Rick is checking the perimeter of the fence that encloses the back of the Prison yard, making sure the group is safe for that night only. Remember, it is a prison, so they can lock and close off one side that is compromised and live comfortably in a single cell-block, which is exactly what they fucking do. It is also why Glenn mentions the front of the Prison being insecure and why the group literally spends the entire season trying to reinforce the Prison.
#16 &17 Andrea’s problems aren’t that simple. When she enters Woodbury, she is already on the verge of death, sick from exposure to the elements. Her and Michonee have been living in a meat locker for months and in the middle of an apocalypse, they comes across a town with food, medicine, and a secure fence, not to mention people. She has no way of knowing the extent of the Governor’s madness and she stays to protect the people of the town, which are innocent and manipulated by a charismatic psychopath. Also, she isn’t okay with killing the kid in season 2, in fact she is the only one that joins Dale in opposing the execution when they take a vote. That is major fucking plot point!
#19 The Gov. doesn’t want to leave during the attack, the group at the prison caused a panic and bottlenecked the governor’s untrained group of armed civilians while firing machine guns and taking cover behind steel tables. The fact that he doesn’t want to retreat is the whole reason the governor shoots everyone after they run away. Furthermore, remember Sg. York in WWI? A single man killed hundreds of Germans with a one rifle and a good position, numbers do not equal strength. Rick’s group survived for 9 months on the road, they are constantly faced with life and death, and they have more experience with firearms than the people from woodbury.
#20 Tyrese doesn’t want a complete stranger to kill his friend, why is that weird?
#30 Lori’s death is dramatic not because she is a loved character, but because it symbolizes a turning point for Rick, the main character. Her death represents the complete loss of his former life and his failure as a husband to protect his family.