Watching Dead – Season 8b Preview!

Jim and I will be back for the back half of season 8 of AMC’s The Walking Dead.  Whether that is exciting or depressing is very much up to the individual, but it’s a fact, so today we’re previewing the next 8 episodes.  What do we think about Gimple’s promotion?  Is Carl really going to die?  What did we think of the pre-season trailers and marketing?  And who lives and who dies this season?  We contemplate all this and more.  See you Sunday night for the LiveWatch!

Watching Dead – Season 8a Wrapup

Season 8 of The Walking Dead is finally over and we’re doing a wrapup podcast to commiserate with the fans who have hung in there.  Thanks to everyone who has been listening and supporting us for the past 6 years of coverage.  We’ll have some more information on the future of Walking Dead at Bald Move in early 2018.  Stay tuned.

Watching Dead – 808 – How It’s Gotta Be

It feels like we’re at a big crossroads here for our relationship with AMC’s The Walking Dead, as we watch “How It’s Gotta Be”.  What do you do with a show you don’t really enjoy watching when it eliminates one of the biggest reasons you’ve been watching it, and you have no real hope for improvement?  Honestly, we don’t know, we’re going to have to do a lot of off season soul searching to decide what form our coverage is going to take going forward.  We’ll be coming back next week for a mid-season wrap up if you got more things you need to get off your chest.  We’ll see what happens from there.

Watching Dead – 807 – Time for After

AMC’s The Walking Dead presents for us a perfect storm of mullet, trash people, rapid onset morgalizing, and terrible action sequences.  Except in the actual perfect storm it was two terrible things coming together to make a larger terrible thing, and in “Time for After” it’s four.  Regardless, George Clooney and Marky Mark ain’t making it out alive.  The question Jim and I are left with is, do we go down with the ship?  Or accept coast guard rescue?  Honestly, I’ve kind of lost the metaphor at this point, but if Gimple can do it, so can I!