We’ve come to the end of the fifth season of The Walking Dead with a great finale. We consider season 5 to be the best season yet and the finale, one of the best of all time. A lot of us thought that there would be major character deaths. Instead, we got some reconciliation and a lot of forgiveness. However, we were sweating it out all the way to the finish line.
Listen to our last episode of the season to find out how it all goes down. Click on the audio player above or you can find us on iTunes and Stitcher.
You’ve joined us on this journey over the years and we’d love to thank you for supporting us and listening to our podcast. We’ll be back this summer with our coverage of Fear the Walking Dead. Of course we’ll also be back in October with The Walking Dead season 6. Have a great summer!
Morgan (Lennie James) makes a return in the season 5 finale.
Rick has now turned into Shane. He wants action and thinks the people of Alexandria don’t know what they’re doing. Sound familier? Shane had the same feelings. It didn’t turn out so well for him, did it? We hope they don’t banish Rick from Alexandria, but what can Deanna do?
Also, in this episode:
- Carl has feelings for Enid
- Sasha needs to chill and get a grip. Going on a walker killing spree won’t solve anything.
- Someone is carving Ws on walker heads and they might be a group to be feared.
- Glenn confronts Nicholas.
We have some news about the Walking Dead spin-off series. Listen to the podcast to find out.
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) goes full Shane
In this episode we of our podcast we bring in one of our listeners, KJ, who has an opinion on why Carol said that Rick needs to kill Pete. It seems like the Alexandrians would rather let you be eaten by walkers and save their butt. Very different mentality than our original group. I know who I’d rather be hanging out with.
Listen to our podcast from the show player above or on your mobile device through iTunes or through Stitcher.
- Poor Noah has a bad day
- Adrian reveals that he’s a coward.
- Eugene steps up and does the right thing.
- Father Gabriel betrays the trust of the original group.
- Carol recognizes abuse and wants to end it.
- Abraham takes the lead with the construction crew.
- Rick and Pete don’t get along.
Glenn (Steven Yeun) – dealing with a tragic death.
Should the residents of Alexandria be protecting themselves from the outside or should they be afraid of Rick Grimes going full shane on them? These are some of the topics of discussion on our podcast. Click the player above to hear the latest episode. You can also find us on iTunes. Or the podcast player of your choice.
You can leave a voicemail by calling 1-844-TWD-Girl and let us know what you think of the direction that the show is going with our group in Alexandria. What do you think is coming next?
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) monitoring the Alexandria wall for walkers.
As the group enter Alexandria, it becomes clear that the residents are not as prepared as Rick and his group for the perils beyond the wall. However, Rick reluctantly accepts the comforts of a shower and a clean shave. Other key elements in this episode:
- Carol pretends to be helpless and weak.
- Daryl doesn’t want to conform to “civilized” life
- Michonne looks to Rick for support and acceptance of their new home.
- Carl meets other teen kids and follows Enid beyond the wall
- The group is worried they’ll become weak.
- Aiden has no clue, how to handle walkers and almost gets Tara killed.
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Carl (Chandler Riggs) defend against walkers