That was shocking, wasn't it? That thing happened. Then there were zombies. It looks grim! Have they lost the haven they thought they'd found? Tune in to the second half of season 14, or 23, or 2.
How long have they been wandering around? I can't tell anymore. The baby's still an infant but Coral is has grown the amount you'd expect in five years.
This may seem like the most useless kind of nitpickery, but the show opened with that kid listening to "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" while Foreshadowing Ants came down the window sill. It was a 45. I have a hard time believing that anyone had 45s around, but even if they did, wouldn't they be rock? Who had a 45 of "Tiptoe"? You might say hey, Tiny Tim was a big deal. He was a deal, yes. He had a momentary spike with his ditzy-hippie warbling. But that wasn't Tiny Tim. The version in "TWD" was sung by Nick Lucas, the Crooning Troubadour, the Father of the Jazz Guitar. Well, then, you say, it was a reissue of Lucas' version, intended to capitalize on Tim's success.You're being quite contentious today. I don't know why you have so much invested in this. It could have been a reissue, but that wasn't the version that gave Nick the #1 song of 1929. The chorus at the end tells you were they got it from:
Here's the fun part. Nick Lucas, on the Tonight Show in 1969. Forty years after his big #1. Seventy-two years old.
Wikipedia: "An inspiration to Tiny Tim, who made Lucas' 'Tip-Toe Through the Tulips his own theme song, Lucas became friends with the performer, and on December 17, 1969, when Tiny Tim married Miss Vicki on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, Lucas was there to sing their trademark song."