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The first TV show I ever sat down to watch was Sesame Street. Every day since then I’ve wanted to know what would drive a person to peel and wear the skin of another being. Well, it only took television 35 years to catch up with the depravity of four-year-old Jim and “We Are the End of the World” has given me the answer. Join us as we discuss this Whisperer-focused episode of The Walking Dead.
Thanks for joining us for the very first Stereo feedback episode. We’re trying something new with this to get audience participation for an interactive feedback show each week. Download the app at Stereo.com/baldmove and join us each week for the live show, or you can send your feedback emails to email@example.com and we’ll consider it after the first 8 episodes.
Oh boy, The Walking Dead is coming out of the season 10 gates with an incredibly big and stupid episode… and it’s glorious! Come listen to us talk for an hour about zombies from space, unbelievably poor phalanx technique, Aaron’s skin puppet, and just what Eugene thinks he’s going to get out of a satellite that he couldn’t get from his local hobby shop.
Season nine is in the books but before we sign off for the year we wanted to consider the feedback we got during the second half of the the season and give you a chance to say your peace and have your questions answered. We also discuss our plans for season ten coverage sometime in 2021. Enjoy the podcast and we’ll see you then!
The storm is finally here.
This week’s episode, titled “The Calm Before”, is anything but. Ezekiel’s trade fair is finally upon us and it’s one for the ages. We’re gratified to see that nearly everything we predicted for this fair was right on the money. The super bus doesn’t get much use but hey, there’s a dunk tank! A trade fair doesn’t mean this episode is a paper tiger though. The major cast shakeup proves that it’s also got teeth. Join us for an extended discussion before the inevitable “storm”.
It’s a big one this week. We finally get to see why Michonne is so hell-bent on keeping Alexandria isolated from the rest of the world, and it involves the murder of a bunch of children. Don’t worry, it’s tastefully done. More tasteful even, than when Jackie Chan kicked those kid asses in The Karate Kid remake.
This week features a couple away missions with Carol’s group trying to placate a gang of looters who have hit one of their supply wagons and Daryl’s rescue mission meeting Beta at the crossroads of bombed-out motel and under construction apartment building.
The council is calling for Alexandria to participate in the trade fair but Michonne is still blocking it, and now Aaron’s on her side. Maybe that will change once she has a chat with Negan and Judith? Henry tries to rescue Lydia and ends up needing a little rescuing himself.