I know that "The Walking Dead" on AMC was just a TV show and I know that Zombies wouldn't last long in real life for a variety of scientific reasons, but I still think there are some valuable survival lessons to learn from watching the TV show. The show really does show some group dynamics, supply issues, and tactical issues that could arise in an end of the world as we know it scenario. I think it does show the potential value of having supplies on hand, making a plan, maintaining a bugout vehicle, getting along with people, avoiding romantic entanglements during crisis, fortifying your position, and valuing stealthy weapons. Seven Survival Lessons From Watching "The Walking Dead" on AMC. Did any of you guys pick up lessons that you could apply to real world survival situations?