Season finale is upon us and things couldn’t be worse for the residents of Alexandria. The walkers are entering the opening in the wall and everyone scatters to hide from the hoard. Who will fall victim to a walker bite and who will escape unharmed? Join us in our last podcast episode of 2015 to find out.
Merry Christmas and happy new year to all from Jasmine and Michael, hiding out here in our apocalyptic bunker.
Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) in episode 8 of season 6.
Our favorite character is back! The world is rejoicing. Well at least most of it is. Some fans felt that the writers should have left him dead. Regardless, we break down episode 7, season 6 of The Walking Dead in our latest podcast episode.
We wish all our fans in the US a happy Thanksgiving and we thank you all for your continued support!
Spencer Monroe (Austin Nichols) and Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) in Episode 7 – Photo by Gene Page/AMC
Abraham is making the moves on Sasha and Daryl loses his cross-bow. We get a little deeper into the psyche of Abraham and find out what’s going on in his head. But we got thrown for a loop in the last scene. Who’s voice is that on the walkie-talkie? Some speculate it’s Glenn. We can only hope. Listen to our podcast by clicking the play button above and if you like it, let your friends know! You can also find us on iTunes.
Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus), Honey (Christine Evangelista) and D (Austin Amelio) in Episode 6
Every character in this episode of the Walking dead is telling us to move on and accept the death of Glenn. We will do that for now, as we pause to reflect on where we’re at and where we’re going. Besides, there’s Daryl, Sasha and Abraham we have to think about, right? Click on the play button above to listen to our latest episode of the podcast. If you like what you hear, tell your friends.
Names of the dead on an Alexandrian wall.
This Walking Dead tv episode was dedicated to the story of how Morgan (Lennie James) transformed from a broken crazed person we met in Clear. To a staff wielding ninja who’s dedicated to preserving all life. This episode goes into the details of the human mind and how some people react to terrible personal tragedies.
Listen to our podcast as we break down the psychology of this and the entire Morgan episode.
Morgan Jones (Lennie James) and Eastman (John Carroll Lynch) in Episode 4