There’s a lot happening on the TV front, but The Walking Dead has a special place in our hearts and our schedule. Listen in for the five things that A.Ron wants to see and the moment in the trailer that gave Jim hope for the season. How is this show going to hold up against the lavish spending of House of the Dragon and The Rings of Power? Let’s find out.
In this world of zombies, turns out nearly everyone is safe. With multiple spinoff series announced, there’s no need to fear for the lives of the main characters anymore. Unless…the spinoff series are a ploy and everyone dies?! Pick your side of the conspiracy. Join us as we wrap up what can best be described as not the worst season, but definitely not the best season of The Walking Dead.
Have you seen The Bourne Trilogy, All the President’s Men, and Prince of Egypt? If yes, you’ll see where the writers of The Walking Dead took inspiration from this season. The title of this episode is “Acts of God”, so aside from the cameo from Brood X, we’d like to know where these other acts are. Don’t miss the zombies biting at the gaps in the armor of Seal Team Sux with the same ferocity of your uncle eating a chicken wing at the family picnic.
There’s a strong theme developing this week on the walking dead about the costs of protecting yourself or others but we’re not quite sure The Walking Dead has a strong enough foundation to lay it on. Join us for the podcast to hear our full thoughts.
It’s a dash for cash this week on The Walking Dead 1114 “The Rotten Core” as Sebastian sends Daryl and Rosita on a mission to break into a fortified panic room and a much flimsier safe. What purpose does cash serve in a world devastated by a zombie virus? Join us as we speculate about that and a whole lot more.
It might seem, based on the latest round of potential villains, that the “warlords” in The Walking Dead are getting less and less intimidating but it seems like the real warlord might have been The Commonwealth in sheep’s clothing all along. Join us for the podcast to hear our full thoughts on this week’s episode.
Eugene has been deeply wronged, but somehow ends up apologizing for it and what’s more, it actually works for this overall decent episode of TWD. Maggie gets some one-on-one time to argue politics with Pamela Milton and again, it pretty much works. Of course this is The Walking Dead so there are always things that don’t work so join us on the podcast for our full thoughts.
The Walking Dead has entered its final stage. The stage where they’ve said “screw it” and now all bets are off. Should they make an episode starring Eugene in a neo-noire storyline that involves a mystery the audience already knows the answer to and give him a 3.5 minute tantrum monologue at the end of it? Yes they should. Maybe they should also ham-handedly slam some heavy socio-political commentary in there as well? Yes they should. And maybe you want to hear us talk about it? Check out the podcast now to see what we thought.
It’s a very special Halloween in February episode as we’re treated to the show’s 2nd Festival, Halloween in the Commonwealth. What spooky movies will they be playing in the cinema? How many people will they lose to last-minute projector bulb runs? What’s the most inconsiderate fright that a sheltered population could fill their haunted house with? Find out with us on this week’s podcast!
We didn’t get much feedback on this episode but we consider what we have. For next week, we’ll combine the feedback with the following week’s recap podcast (ep. 11) so keep your eye out for that. If we return to full feedback capacity before the end of this chunk of episodes we’ll return to the…