Wow! What an episode. I think our entire neighbourhood heard us yelling and screaming at the TV. This was an awesome mid-season finale. The Governor goes to the prison to “negotiate” Rick’s group leaving and letting him and his group take over. Talking doesn’t work and after losing the most beloved character on the show, an all out war ensues. All doesn’t end well for the Governor however and Michonne finally gets her revenge.
We get to come back, I know, we all can change.
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Brian is slowly turning back into the old governor we know and hate. After being rescued by Martinez from the zombie pits, he proceeds to take over the new camp he found.
Brian tries to escape the camp only to be greeted with walkers
In this special episode of our podcast we present an interview we did with James and Eric from the Walker Stalkers podcast. They are also the brains behind the successful Walker Stalker Convention which happened this month.
In this interview:
- We cover the origins of their podcast and how it evolved into a convention
- Hear about some ideas that they are planning for the next convention
- They tell us some of their favorite moments of the convention.
- Get a heads-up on a special discount for returning attendees to the con.
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The governor is back, but now his name is Brian. This episode pulls story lines from The Walking Dead books instead of the comics. The governor is broken and has lost all desire to live. However, he stumbles across a family that has a little girl (Maegan), which he adopts as his own. The governor eventually sheds his past, even burning the photograph of his family. It seems like this is now a new governor that has left his evil ways behind him. – or has he?
Brian, aka, the governor. sporting a beard
In this episode we see Hershel stepping up and becoming the hero that the prison group needs to pull through with the infection. Several sick people turn into walkers and this becomes a major threat inside the prison. Meanwhile, the prison perimeter is being overrun by walkers and the fence eventually goes down. Rick solicits Carl’s help in order to take down the walker hoard.
- This is Hershel’s episode, but he doesn’t die. Yay!
- Glen and Sasha are very sick, but they don’t die. Yay!
- Daryl’s group take way too long to come back to the prison.
- Lizzie is weird and potentially dangerous.
- Hershel is way too sensitive of protecting the group from seeing him kill the walkers.
- Daryl still doesn’t know about Carol and Rick is in no rush to tell him.
- Rick gives in to handing Carl a gun and lets him use it. Is Rick losing the battle or is Carl well grounded enough to know when it’s ok to kill?
Rick and Carl spend some quality time together
Daryl and his group manage to get to the vet school to pick up the medicines. Tyresse’s anger almost gets him killed and Bob is still scavenging for bottles of liquor. Meanwhile, Carol has a Shane moment and confronts Rick about his inability to make decisions. However, Rick makes a bold decision and banishes Carol from the prison group.
Say peaches one more time mother f@#$% – Pulp Fiction reference
We find out who is responsible for Karen’s burnt body, Daryl leads a team out to look for some medicine, and Tyresse gets confrontational with Rick. Some would argue that this was a slow episode, but it was satisfying to see the mega-walker hoard towards the end.
- We still don’t know who is feeding rats to the walkers at the fence. Stay tuned…
- Our favorite emotional scene was Hershel’s declaration to help the infected.
Next week we will be delayed by a day in putting out our episode, due to us being at Walker Stalker con. We will be attending the podcasting panel on Saturday at 10am if you want to say hi.
We find out what killed Patrick, well, kinda, sorta. It’s some sort of infection that has also hit Karen. The prison is not safe anymore as anyone can turn into a walker at any time. The walkers are forcing down the fence and Rick sacrifices his pigs to prevent a collapse. In the end, Rick puts on his gun belt and hands Carl his old gun back.
- My favorite scene was the emotional breakdown of Michonne
- Our favorite disgusting scene was the walker face being squished against the fence.
- Two mysteries that still need to be unravelled: Who is feeding rats to the walkers. Who burned the infected bodies in the last scene.
Reminder, we’ll be at Walkerstalkercon this November 1st, in Atlanta. Stay tuned to our podcast to hear about our adventures there. Listen for free on iTunes. If you like the show, give us a rating there.
Glenn running to help fight off the D cell walkers.
This is a sweet lamp made out of popsicle sticks
It’s finally here! We’ve been waiting all summer for the first episode of season 4 and we just finished watching and recording the podcast episode. Spoilers: It’s been 6 to 8 months since the last season. Winter has passed and everyone has settled in to their roles. Rick is now a farmer, and Daryl has taken the leader role in the prison. Daryl leads a team to a shopping center for some supplies but walkers get the “drop” on them. Rick finds another survivor in the forest but she leads him nowhere.
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Daryl pretends to be a homicide cop
Morgan, played by the awesome Lennie James, makes an appearance on this episode. He’s hold up in a town where he set up traps and devices to “clear” walkers and people. Rick sees himself in Morgan, and tries to bring him back to the prison. Michonne helps Carl grab a family photo from an old bar in town and in the process, form a bond.
- Lennie James has the best dialog in this episode
- Michonne has a strange taste in art.
- Carl starts off not liking Michonne but by the end of the episode he considers her part of the group
- The abandoned hitchhiker was one of the more funnier scenes of the show.
- Rick sees himself in Morgan. Rick is not far from becoming like Morgan.
Michonne loves the cat statue she snagged
In this episode, Andrea finally decides to take some action and head over to the prison where her old friends are hanging out. After finding out everything about the situation from the Governor and Rick, does she make the next move? Meanwhile, Tyresse and his group, after leaving the prison, find Woodbury.
Rick is going a little crazy (ok, a lot crazy), as he starts seeing more images of Lori. He wanders off into the forest and Glenn takes it upon himself to be the leader. Merl and Daryl don’t seem to be enjoying their time together and the Governor drops a walker bomb on the prison.
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Daryl defends Glenn’s nationality
Don’t forget to tune in this Sunday Oct 13 for the season 4 premier of The Walking Dead. Then listen to our show, The Walking Dead Girl podcast, right after for our walk through review, fun discussions and predictions.
In this episode of our show:
- We give a summary of our trip to Universal Studios, Halloween Horror Nights. We had an awesome time and got sucked into the world of The Walking Dead.
- We read some fun listener email.
- We review season 3, episode 9 of TWD. We see Daryl leaving the group to run off into the woods with his brother – good luck! Rick is losing control of his mind and hallucinates images of Lori. This causes him to scare off Tyresse and his group.
Even though we tried hard to finish our season 3 reviews before the start of season 4, we couldn’t make it. Something to do with high school homework… No fear. We will continue our season 3 reviews and finish them over the next few weeks.
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Greg Nicotero as the Woodbury walker
We have some great news. We’re both going to the Walker Stalker Con! We’ll bring you news from the convention on our show.
In this episode 8 (the mid-season finale) of Season 3, we see the introduction of some new characters to The Walking Dead. Mainly Tyreese and Sasha. They arrive at the prison and Carl takes care of them just like Rick would.
Rick and Daryl bring Michonne along to attack Woodbury and rescue Glenn and Maggie. They are successful, but in the wake of the battle, they lose Daryl and Michonne hits the governor where it hurts the most…
Glenn, making a makeshift weapon from a walker arm
Michonne manages to find the prison and Rick takes her in. He’s very cautious about Michonne but she tells them about Maggie and Glen’s abduction. The group decides to get them back. In Woodbury, Merle interrogates Glenn and the Governor interrogates Maggie. Meanwhile, Milton is doing strange experiments on a soon-to-be walker volunteer.
Michonne arrives at the prison bearing gifts.
After his rampage against the walkers, Rick answers a ringing telephone. It appears to be other survivors, which gives Rick some hope. Meanwhile, the governor sends Merle to kill Michonne, but he fails. He’s rewarded with a pair of captives in Glenn and Maggie.
On the bright side, Daryl discovers Carol still alive.
Merle and his pals admire Michonne’s handy work.
Michonne and Andrea part ways in this episode because they don’t agree about the true nature of the Governor and the town of Woodbury. Rick only says one word in this entire episode after he goes on a walker killing spree. Meanwhile, the prison has it’s youngest resident, which desperately needs formula and something to eat in order to survive.
Are you not entertained?
This is the most emotional episodes we had to watch. We have not one, but two main character deaths in this episode. Oh and some stuff happens in Woodbury with Michonne and Andrea.
Ninja Daryl is ready for action to save Rick.
This is the first Walking Dead episode where we don’t see any sign of Rick and the group. Andrea and Michonne come across a downed helicopter and a new group of survivors. The Governor greets them into Woodbury, but Michonne doesn’t trust him or the idilic environment he’s created. She might be justified in her opinion, because we see the Governor take some questionable actions.
Welcome to Woodbury
After chopping off Hershel’s lower leg, Rick strikes a deal with the new found inmates for half of their food supplies and help with clearing another part of the prison. However, one of the inmates (Thomas) is acting too dangerous for Rick’s liking. Meanwhile, Hershel’s still alive but will he turn?
Big Tiny needs to watch his back
Hey fans! We finally reached Season 3 and we’re digging into, and reviewing, the first episode. Wow, this episode is full of walker kills and much needed action. This is a big change compared to season 2. There is still some character development, and we see Rick and Lori’s relationship taking a nosedive.
The group reaches the prison which was pictured in the season 2 finale, and we get a glimpse of the relationship which has grown between Michonne and Andrea.
Maggie discovers how to kill the riot gear walkers.
We’ve reached the end of Season 2. In this season finale, we see what can happen if you let your guard down. A horde of walkers invades Hershel’s farm and nobody is prepared for the mayhem that follows. We lose some minor characters and everyone ends up on the road with nowhere to go.
Who is this mysterious hooded figure revealed at the end of the episode, and what is the building we see in the distance? Where will the group end up in the next season? Listen to our next podcast episode to find out.
This is our very first interview! Jason is the co-host of The Walking Dead ‘Cast podcast which is currently the number one Walking Dead Fan podcast on iTunes. Jason inspired us to start our podcast, so it was fitting to have him on as our first guest.
Listen as Jason talks about what it’s like to interview some of the Walking Dead cast members, and best of all, being a walker on the show! We also chat about what we look forward to in season 4 and some crazy theories about what the new threat is.
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After burying Dale, the group starts preparing for the winter. Hershel welcomes the group into the house and everyone starts settling in. Rick wants to continue with the plan of releasing Randall into the wild but Shane has different plans. This episode finishes with a climactic scene and a cliffhanger for the next episode.
That awkward moment when the person you were just talking about is behind you.
Rick and the group, except Dale decide to kill Randall instead of letting him go. Will Rick go through with what appears to be a straight-up execution? Dale can’t believe that the group has lost all humanity and tries to talk everyone out of it. Dale says he can’t live in a world full of cruelty, he may get his wish…
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Daryl pulls the trigger on poor Dale
In this Season 2 Episode 10, we see Rick and Shane going on a crazy trip to remove Randall from the farm. Unfortunately they get into some walker trouble at their destination. We feel this was a pointless adventure, but we tag along. There are some awesome walker kills with Rick shooting 3 walkers with one bullet and a lot of knife action (to conserve bullets).
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Rick trying to explain to Shane why they drove 18 miles out just to drive right back.
In this Season 2 episode 9 review, we see Rick, Glenn and Hershel shoot it out around the town bar when they meet up with three other survivors. Rick decides to bring back one of the survivors to the farm. Meanwhile, Shane is starting to become emotionally unstable and Lori is fearing for the worst.
In Season 2 episode 8 of The Walking Dead, we find that the barn shooting massacre has a deep impact on Hershel . He picks up drinking again and Glenn and Rick go off to find him, only to get into danger. This time however, it’s not from walkers.
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Rick is the quickest draw around. Leaves Glenn speechless.
We charge ahead to Season 2 Episode 7 of The Walking Dead. Shane reaches his boiling point after finding out that the barn’s full of walkers and after witnessing Rick herding walkers to the barn with a stick.
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Zombie on a Stick – The Walking Dead
This episode of The Walking Dead is titled ‘Secrets’, and there are lot’s of them. Lori’s hiding her pregnancy, Glen is hiding the fact that there are walkers in the barn and Shane is hiding the truth about Otis’s death. We both felt that this episode was mostly filler and a lot of drama. There are many funny moments with Glenn and Dale.
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I know what kind of man you are shane
A tour inside Dale’s RV:
We review episode 5 of season 2. I also get surprised with tickets to Halloween Horror nights at Universal Studios. In this episode of The Walking Dead, Shane and Rick argue about the time spent looking for Sophia which could be better spent supporting the group. Glenn is confused about Maggie’s behavior and Daryl has a little adventure while out looking for Sophia.
Andrea mistakens Daryl for a walker. Really?
The Sprint ad we mentioned on the show:
With Carl recovering, the group, once again, puts their focus on finding Sophia. How is Shane handling the death of Otis? Listen to this episode to find out. We’re pushing out more episodes to hopefully catch up before the season 4 Premiere.
No damn walker’s gonna steal my Cherokee Rose
We continue our podcast with episode 3 of season 2 of the Walking Dead. Shane and Otis are still at the high school and are having trouble with walkers. Carl can only survive if Shane can return with the medical supplies needed. Will he make it in time? Listen to find out.
T-Dog and Glenn try to convince Maggie that they’re not drug dealers.
We’re sorry for the delay in releasing this episode. We had to run off to Vidcon and a few other things as you will hear in this episode.
Where we’re at so far: Carl gets shot by a stranger and we meet Hershel Greene and his family for the first time. Hershel tries to help save Carl but he needs supplies. Shane and Carl’s shooter (Otis) go off in search of supplies. The clock is ticking as the fate of Carl’s life lies in the success of Shanes excursion.
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Shane, the season 4 anticipation is killing me!
We’ve reached season 2. Many people describe season 2 as slow and uneventful. Perhaps, but we love it nonetheless. In this episode Rick’s gang decides to head to Fort Benning but gets blocked by disabled cars and an unfortunate encounter with a zombie heard.
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Daryl rides his chopper with the rest of Rick’s gang
Rick and the gang enter the CDC where Dr. Edwin Jenner is held up by himself. Things don’t look good as the group discovers the truth about the long sought-after cure. Dr. Edwin Jenner is on the verge of suicide and finally decides to take everyone down with him.
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Awkward walking dead elevator music
We both loved this episode because it develops a lot of the characters and the relationships between them. Andrea has to confront the reality of Amy’s fate and Rick and Shane don’t agree on the plan to move forward out of their current situation.
Enjoy our podcast, we had a blast recording it.
Until our next episode, here’s a photo of Dale catching Shane doing something really awful. This should totally be a new meme.
This is the episode of The Walking Dead tv show that started it all for us. The first episode we saw. We had no idea that this episode would start our long journey into becoming lifelong fans of the show and eventually inspire us to start this podcast.
In this episode Rick and his group come across another seemingly hostile community of survivors. At the camp, all goes to hell.
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We continue our journey discussing each episode of The Walking Dead tv show with episode 3 of season 1. – Rick finally meets up with Lori and Carl, but Shane has mixed feelings about Rick’s return from the dead.
In this episode we find out how Rick escapes the confines of the tank he’s trapped in. However, Rick now finds himself trapped, with other survivors, inside a department store, surrounded by zombies.
This episode of the podcast and all the remaining episodes, contain SPOILERS. So please watch the episode before listening to this podcast. However we don’t reveal anything past the current episode we review. We only talk about the current and past episodes.
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