Hold that tiger! All hail the triumphant arrival of King Ezekiel. Episode 2 of season 7 of The Walking Dead — an AMC show that might go on forever — was a much more lighthearted story this week. The only thing missing was Carol’s cookies — though we did get a nice blast of Carol, Morgan and we met other members of the Kingdom of Ezekiel. So far, pomegranates and daily cobbler with every meal sounds like a good deal to us. Please subscribe, rate and review us on #iTunes, #Soundcloud, #Stitcher and more. #thewalkingdead
Negan has made it to the Walking Dead World Series of villains. The Walking Dead — an AMC show everyone (except for the Parent’s Television Council apparently) can sure get behind . The season seven premiere was a real bloody mess — filled with many less surprises than usual but lots more gore. We’re still trying to process everything that happened. After a little hiatus, we’re back with a vengeance. Please subscribe, rate and review us on #iTunes, #Soundcloud, #Stitcher and more. #thewalkingdead
Have you ever noticed that Mr. Robot show creator apparently has an affection for fish of all types — including Qwerty the beloved fish. We’re finally ready to share our recap of episode 11 of season 2 of Mr. Robot. As Tyrell says “The Dark Army told me that Stage 2 is ready. When you see it, you’ll be pleased. It worked, Elliot. It’s up to us now. Let me show you.” Listen here for our recap of this pretty mesmerizing episode. Please rate, subscribe and review our podcast so that people can better discover it. #mrrobot #fsociety
No time for the wicked — just the undead. Are you ready for our recap of episode 12 of season 2 of Fear the Walking Dead (“Pillar of Salt”)? Like a 5-star hotel, we serve up this podcast with a smile — and our acerbic wit. Listen here. Please rate, review and subscribe to this podcast. #feartwd
Welcome to the hotel from….rhymes with “bell”! Between Madison and Strand getting their groove on to Nick discovering the Colonia town of death — episode 9 of season 2 of Fear the Walking Dead (“Lost Muertos”) made for some tenuous and exciting contrasts. At least we got plenty of Strand, that “seducer of people.” Please rate, review and subscribe to this podcast. #feartwd
Tiger, tiger, burning bright. It’s time for another episode of our podcast, Zombie Jamboree. We’re here to discuss the AMC show everyone (especially us) loves to speculate about, The Walking Dead. The season seven premiere has us feverishly trying to figure out what’s next for Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the crew. Will Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) make it out alive? Will Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) get the alone time she really needs? What about Eugene (Josh McDermitt) — will his new ways continue? Will Carol (Melissa McBride) save everyone? What will become of Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) and Morgan (Lennie James)? One thing we know: Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) will be front and center for the upcoming season 7. Listen, rate and review “Zombie Jamboree” — your Walking Dead podcast right here.
You can run but can you hide from Celia’s dangerous cooking? Fear the Walking Dead was really incredible this week. “Sicut Cervus” (S2 E6) was dramatic, lush and entrenched in some bizarre dynamics between the villagers and their unassuming and perhaps self-appointed matriarch. The name of this episode is based on the 42nd Psalm, also known as “Sicut Cervus” (“As a deer”). The parishioners never really stood a chance against this killer grandmother. Madison continues to assert herself and her domain over her family. Nick continues to be a post-apocalyptic golden boy, whereas Chris takes a turn for the worst — as the world’s worst psychopath that is. Seems that conditions are not much improved in Mexico. This episode demonstrates in more ways than one — whether you’re talking about Strand, Travis, Celia or the weaponized priest — that love makes you do crazy things. Please rate, review and subscribe to this podcast. #feartwd
Hush! Hush now! You’re just in time for our all-new podcast recap and discussion of the AMC mega-hit show, The Walking Dead. Today we’re here to talk about “Twice as Far” — episode 14 of season 6. While Carol (Melissa McBride) keeps chain smoking, really big changes are afoot in Alexandria. Morgan (Lenny James) continues to build what looks like a jail. Doctor Denise (Merret Wever) skips out on self-defense lessons with Rosita (Christian Serratos) to embark a whole other plan. Eugene (Josh McDermitt) bids adieu to a couple of his close friends, including that endearing mullet of his. Daryl (Norman Reedus) encounters a familiar enemy before being reunited with a few prized possessions. Set phasers for fabulous and listen now!
Ahoy, maties! It’s time to set sail with Zombie Jamboree! — a podcast that’s all about recapping and discussing the AMC mega-hit show, The Walking Dead. More feral than Rick Grimes on a hot summer day, “The Same Boat” explores the another side of armageddon with a focus on Carol, Maggie and their mirror foils from Negan’s clan, Paula, Chelle and Molls. One thing is certain: Carol sure knows how to light up a room. Listen in for our views and reviews of this latest episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead right here. If you like what you’re listening to, please remember to subscribe, rate and review. It really helps with our rankings.
Time for dumpster-diving with Glenn! Our recap of “Heads Up” — the seventh installment of season six of AMC’s The Walking Dead. Finally, after weeks of debating the worst-kept secret, we discover the fate of Glenn. Listen to our podcast recap of The Walking Dead “Heads Up” right here.