Why did Shane rub his head so much on 'The Walking Dead'?
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If you don't recall Season 1 and Season 2 of The Walking Dead, then here's a quick recap. Shane Walsh was a main character and survivor in AMC's The Walking Dead.
He was Rick's partner at the King County Sheriff's Department and his best friend since high school. After the initial outbreak, Shane started having feelings for Lori, Rick's wife. He later became one of the main members of the survivor group camped outside Atlanta.
Shane would later get killed by Rick in the season finale of The Walking Dead
. Shane lures Rick out to a field in the middle of the forest by pretending to look for an escaped Randall, however Rick realizes Shane's story and comes to the conclusion that Shane brought him out there to kill him. Rick makes it seem as though he's handing Shane his weapon, as he refused to be armed. Once his gun is in Shane's hand, Rick pulls out his knife and stabs Shane in the chest, saying he brought this on himself. Shane then dies.
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Was it bad acting or a hidden plotline? Either way Shane loved to rub his head while he was on 'The Walking Dead'. It's a question that has confused every observer of The Walking Dead.
Did he do it because he had a bad case of lice? They did go to the woods pretty often. What do you think? Share with us your thoughts in the comments below!
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