The Walking Dead Enthusiasts Podcast
Our level of effort for this podcast is representative of the level of effort put into the writing and creation of this show. This week you get a two for one, recapping "Skidmark" and "The End of Everything" in a single podcast. Why a double episode,
We don't know, friends. We are slowly losing faith in this show -- and we didn't have much faith in it to begin with. We are searching harder for an A-plot than our group is searching for a missing Althea. The new,
Daniel Salazar is back and we feel like we should be way more excited by this episode than we actually are. Conceptually, the idea of radioactive walkers sounds exciting, but the execution is so poor that we're left feeling quite a bit underwhelmed.
The Season 5 premiere of Fear The Walking Dead is here and the jury is still out regarding the direction of this season. We're willing to give the show the benefit of the doubt for now, but after the back half of Season 4, our patience is thin.
- You thought last weeks episode was a "masterpiece" then you've seen nothing yet. Not only did we get our first winter themed episode but wow what a wild ride am I right? So much to process here folks and we're going to break it down step-by-step.
The word "masterpiece" is rarely a word we use to describe anything relating to The Walking Dead especially of seasons late. But with Season 9 comes new leadership, and with it, a new direction for the show.
This week we're treated to an Angela Kang style flashback episode explaining Michonne's hesitancy to support any group other than Alexandria, as well as those mystery scars both her and Daryl are sporting on their backs.
For what might be the first time this season, we have some major disagreements about the quality of an episode. Sebastian and Dennis argue "Chokepoint" felt contrived and partially unnecessary. Jon thinks this episode represents a turning point for the...
Another week, another pretty solid episode of The Walking Dead. Yes, we have some complaints about the less important pregnancy C-plot, but drama with The Whisperers and Alexandria's internal political struggles are enough to keep us interested.
The Walking Dead really hit its stride this week and managed to find a way to delicately balance some of the more disturbing imagery we've seen on this show with some much needed humor. Samantha Morton continues to rock it as cold-as-ice Alpha; this we...