I've got caught up in a discussion about this particular sentence from new season of The Walking Dead on non-English forum. No one seems to know why are appears after you.
My guess is that it's dependent clause (this is why I'm adding such tag), but I'm not sure because it's the first time I'm reading about it. People on the forum mentioned:
- Spoken English
- Silly Americans
So, my question: Why is are appears after you and not before as many people on the forum expected?