This week includes a special announcement from King Ezekiel as well as the feedback we received over the past 8 weeks of coverage. Thank you to everyone who contributed and continues to listen. We wouldn’t do it without you.
In this very spooky mid-season finale, we are pleased by the throwback nature of the settings and scares, as well as the impressive visuals coming out of a show that appears to be rising from the dead. Join us for our discussion of the episode and recent Season 10 finale announcements.
We’re still trying to figure out Michonne’s hostile posture toward the new group of survivors in S09E07 of The Walking Dead.
Al & Joe committed one of the all-time biggest “Bald Move Boners” by watching and reviewing, not just the wrong episode of The Walking Dead but the wrong episode of the wrong show entirely! Since we’re professionals (unlike some other podcasters), we’ve hastily slapped together this make-good episode covering the episode Al & Joe were…
A big thanks to Al & Joe for covering S09E06 of The Walking Dead in our absence. If you enjoy this podcast, you can check out their previous work on the Rah Rah Riverdale podcast. We didn’t have a chance to listen to the episode before publication, but we’re sure it’s great.
What Comes After might be the best episode of the season thus far but we still have some big questions. Join us as we ponder them, as well as a special announcement at the end of the episode. A big thank you to Mysteriana for creating the Watching Dead theme music. Find all of their…
In an episode of The Walking Dead that’s good enough to please no one, it’s all about whether you’re going to make Negan a martyr and whether Daryl and Rick can climb out of their desperate pit of emotion. I dunno. Daryl’s sidewalls are pretty high and Rick’s roots are as shaky as Negan’s grip on sanity.
Right now there’s a writer sitting somewhere in Georgia, maybe Hollywood, or more likely hell, thinking about what a great metaphor this episode’s tomato was. It’s probably the same writer who was self-impressed when they decided that Gabriel was an ‘A’. Both of those writers suck.
We couldn’t figure out what either meant or why we should care about any of it, which makes this episode a B+ by The Walking Dead standards.
We’re back for the 2nd episode of the season, in which we witness the communities attempting to come together to build a bridge to a brighter future. This feels awfully meta.. and it somehow seems doomed from the start. Join us for a discussion of S09E02 – The Bridge.
We’re (reluctantly) back! And while it has been 2 years, we still remember most of the characters’ (nick)names. There’s a lot of work to do to pave over the (awful) plotting of the previous seasons but Angela and the crew are doing their best. Is it good (enough)?