Most of our podcast listeners cried while watching this episode of The Walking Dead. Did you? Listen to this episode and find out what we thought about the mid-season finale.
- Rick continues to be a bad-ass
- Tyreese reveals he in fact did not kill Martin.
- Dawn shows us what she’s capable of in order to show her dominance
- Sasha has changed
- Abraham’s group returns to the church
- Gabriel, got his wakeup call but in the process almost kills Judith!
- Beth gets a last stab at Dawn.
- Morgan returns but still hasn’t met the group.
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The closing scene of Coda
Daryl arrives back at the church with Noah and the group decides to go to Atlanta to save their friends. But the plan hasn’t been decided and there’s a little debate on the podcast about how the best plan of attack should be. They decide not to follow Rick’s initial plan but is that the best course of action? We’ll hopefully find out in the season finale.
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Tyreese, Noah, Sasha and Daryl look on as Rick explains his plan on attacking the Grady hospital.
Still no resolution with Beth, but we get deeper bonding with Daryl and Carol. Carol reveals some of her inner feelings and we also see what happened to her after Rick banished her. Do you think we’re getting closer to the death of Carol? Fans surely hope not, but it seems like the Carol character is nearing the end. We see more of Atlanta and go to some new locations. There’s a big tense scene where the couple has to decide between fighting off walkers or plunge over a bridge.
We weren’t too hot on this episode in the beginning but in the end we loved the Carol and Daryl chemistry here.
Daryl Smoking in Consumed
Eugene reveals the true nature of his role in the group. Since we don’t read the comics. We were really not 100% sure of Eugene’s magical cure. But we were holding out some hope. So was the rest of the group.
We also got some much needed back-story to Abraham and how he became attached to Eugene. It’s not explained clearly in the show, but we learn that Abraham ends up killing some people he thought he could trust because they raped his wife.
This episode is worth a re-watch after Eugene’s revelation. Many scenes with Eugene take on a different light with that in mind.
Again, I am smarter than you
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The story of Beth’s disappearance is revealed and things are not good. Will we ever find good people outside our group? Apparently not. We read some listener feedback and find that a lot of people didn’t like this episode. We give our take on it.
Even though one of us was away, we still managed to get an episode out this week. Yay! Remote podcasting via skype was cool but we both prefer the face to face interaction.
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Slabtown – Beth