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Two Dead Chicks Podcast

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Melissa and Kia may be completely unprepared to live in the world of The Walking Dead, but they're still ready to fully discuss the episodes in their weekly podcast from a woman's perspective; no dudebro-ing here. They're also still crossing their fingers for an Andy Lincoln call... New episodes every Tuesday!

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Melissa and Kia may be completely unprepared to live in the world of The Walking Dead, but they're still ready to fully discuss the episodes in their weekly podcast from a woman's perspective; no dudebro-ing here. They're also still crossing their fingers for an Andy Lincoln call... New episodes every Tuesday!

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86 Ratings
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Like All Our Faves In the Show, Mel and Kia Slay!

By Secretlyalibrarian - Dec 13 2018
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So as a new fan of the podcast, I quickly fell in love with the humor and sincerity that these two put into each episode. Mel and Kia keep things honest but funny with their recaps and opinions, and I’m often holding back tears of laughter at work or at the gym as I listen to the podcast. My friend and I always enjoy listening to the podcast and are in the process of catching up from the beginning! Never a dull moment! Keep up the good work!

An honest, real discussion

By SquirlGurrl - Oct 18 2018
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Much like the subject header, Kia & Melissa keep it real in their weekly review of The Walking Dead. I’ve been a fan of the series since day 1, and of the comics for even longer, and many podcasts tend to have bias in their opinion, especially because of sponsorship, but TDC actually discusses what’s happening, good or bad, with this tumultuous television production. I’m bummed that this is their final season, but I get it. Ladies, you’ve been great! Rick Grimes/#Richonne forever!! 💕

iTunes Ratings

86 Ratings
Average Ratings
79
3
2
0
2

Like All Our Faves In the Show, Mel and Kia Slay!

By Secretlyalibrarian - Dec 13 2018
Read more
So as a new fan of the podcast, I quickly fell in love with the humor and sincerity that these two put into each episode. Mel and Kia keep things honest but funny with their recaps and opinions, and I’m often holding back tears of laughter at work or at the gym as I listen to the podcast. My friend and I always enjoy listening to the podcast and are in the process of catching up from the beginning! Never a dull moment! Keep up the good work!

An honest, real discussion

By SquirlGurrl - Oct 18 2018
Read more
Much like the subject header, Kia & Melissa keep it real in their weekly review of The Walking Dead. I’ve been a fan of the series since day 1, and of the comics for even longer, and many podcasts tend to have bias in their opinion, especially because of sponsorship, but TDC actually discusses what’s happening, good or bad, with this tumultuous television production. I’m bummed that this is their final season, but I get it. Ladies, you’ve been great! Rick Grimes/#Richonne forever!! 💕
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Two Dead Chicks Podcast

Updated 12 days ago

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Melissa and Kia may be completely unprepared to live in the world of The Walking Dead, but they're still ready to fully discuss the episodes in their weekly podcast from a woman's perspective; no dudebro-ing here. They're also still crossing their fingers for an Andy Lincoln call... New episodes every Tuesday!

Rank #1: 4.09 | After

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One of the best episodes of The Walking Dead ever. Hey, when it's good, it's good!

Rick and Carl are having several come to Jesus moments as the roles are reversed and the son that Rick tried to desperately to protect has to step up and be the protector due to Rick's injuries. Carl says a lot of hurtful things to Rick (thankfully, Rick can't hear him because of that whole coma situation he's in), but it kinda made us mad and we were tempted to tell Carl to go get a switch. Nobody is a winner when Rick is out of commission, Carl! In the other half of this episode, we follow our girl

Michonne, who falls back into loner mode with expediency. In one of the better sequences this show has done, we learn a whole chunk of her backstory in a creative, but creepy way and it's heartbreaking. But dang it, if she didn't have us crying with her when she made the choice to actively search for people to be with and she found hers in those Grimes boys.

Rick and [Redacted] tribute video set to Amel Larrieux's "No One Else" (spoiler if you haven't made it through season 6 yet)

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Special thanks to Eden Burning for providing our music, “Glitter Girl.” Check them out at Reverb Nation

Sep 11 2016
57 mins
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Rank #2: 7.12 | Say Yes

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Hello, 7x12. How are you? We've been waiting for you for 6 months!

This episode of The Walking Dead focuses heavily on the power couple of the zombie apocalypse -- none other than Rick and Michonne. They scavenge, they sex (though we thought we'd see more of that...), they slay. But these honeymooners get more than they bargained for when a near death experience forces them to confront why they're living and what a possible life without each other means. Michonne's heart broke this episode and so did ours! We will never have a life without Richonne; we reject it! Also, if for whatever reason, you still can't see that Rick's life has been irrevocably changed by his relationship with Michonne, and his interactions are all the richer for it...welp...sorry (we ain't sorry). They're the #ChampionsOfSex

In other news, Rosita is making plans out of anger and has somehow gotten Sasha involved in her whirlwind of disaster, so that should be interesting.

Bonus points to the person who can find a section in the feedback that we were supposed to edit out because...we can't find it. Hey! This episode is a whole 8 hours early. Give us a break!

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Mar 07 2017
2 hours 11 mins
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Rank #3: 9.16 | The Storm

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Remember to email us at twodeadchicks@gmail.com if you want to send us a voice memo/email/video to be a part of our final-ish episode. We're accepting submissions until April 18, 2019. And now...

The season 9 finale of The Walking Dead walked 500 miles to be one of the whelmiest finales we've experienced. Hop in the car and go with us as we pretend to be surprised that:

a) a flea market with rugs, CPR lessons and wooden tokens doesn't provide the necessary resources to combat the rot, locusts, frogs, fires or any of the plagues God has rained down on the Kingdom

b) Carol ghosted when times got tough

c) Negan saved both Judith and a dog, just in case we didn't get the hint that the redemption train is a-comin'

d) Michonne is always right and a bad ass. Facts is facts.

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Apr 02 2019
2 hours 35 mins
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Rank #4: 6.08 | Start to Finish

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On this midseason finale of The Walking Dead, Alexandria is in trouble as the tower falls allowing a sea of walkers to pour in. Morgan and Carol go head to head in the Battle of The Teen Wolf, but as far as we can see, there are no winners here. Except maybe Teen Wolf who now has our only doctor, Denise, hostage.

Mom of the Year, aka Jessie, doesn’t bother to comfort her very terrified son, Sam. Instead she opts to let him listen from his room as chaos ensues and walkers invade their home. Many moms would try to instill some confidence in their children. Not Jessie. She would rather tell her son to pretend to be brave while smearing him with decaying intestines without so much as an explanation. We honestly can’t blame the poor kid for having a meltdown.

Meanwhile, Jessie’s other son Ron, decides he wants to kill car because he has some teenage vendetta that we don’t know or care about. Carl is quick to remind him who’s boss and that Rick killed his dad because he was an asshole. Savage!

Deanna gets bit and hands the key to Alexandria over to Rick. She really wants to make sure her barley gets planted and she makes sure he knows that he can grow a great beard. Catching The Thirst is a side effect of the zombie virus we haven’t explored yet.

In one of the more heartfelt moments of the episode, Deanna checks in with Michonne to find out what she wants for her future. Though Michonne doesn’t have an answer to that question yet, we know what we want that answer to be. Good thing we have the patience of saints.

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Oct 12 2016
57 mins
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Rank #5: 7.01 | The Day Will Come When You Won't Be

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Jenner's words come back to haunt Rick in a big way as we rejoin the group in the season premiere of The Walking Dead to resolve who has to pay the price for all of the dumb decisions that led to that moment. We discuss the heartbreak, the mind games and the new roles for Carl and Maggie that seem to have been born from this experience.

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Oct 25 2016
1 hour 23 mins
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Rank #6: 9.15 | The Calm Before

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On the penultimate episode of season 9 of The Walking Dead, we finally arrived at the fair or whatever this was. We watched in amazement as Alpha infiltrated the fair and then magically changed day to night and filthy to clean in a matter of mere moments. We also watched as Alpha impersonated a regular person named ‘Debbie’ and learned that normal just ain’t a life Alpha is gonna be living. 

We had a lot of losses during this episode…..or did we? We didn’t recognize seven of the ten pike victims and we didn’t really care about the other three. (DEATH TO HENRY!!!)  Though we liked the call back to season 2 with Carol and Daryl when Sophia came out of the barn, we felt the much anticipated pike scene just didn’t pack the emotional punch (or any punch, for that matter) that we were promised.

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Mar 26 2019
2 hours 29 mins
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Rank #7: 8.08 | How It's Gotta Be

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It's an interesting time to be a fan of The Walking Dead or "fan" or casual watcher or whatever you want to call yourself. We're actually a little sad at what the show has become and we talk a little of that at the top, along with the sense of foreboding we're getting. Are we sad about the shoddy writing? The loss of Carl as a character (the way it could be interesting and the kick in the pants the show needs and the way we're almost certain the writers will not be able to handle that)? The way TPTB treated Chandler, a kid who grew up with them and put a certain amount of innocent faith in them that they would treat him well? All 3 maybe?

We talk the mid-season finale and our relationship to the show (both as fans and as podcasters) and how those relationships are all but guaranteed to change -- and change pretty quickly. We also have some laughs; we'll never run out of those!

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Dec 12 2017
2 hours 29 mins
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Rank #8: 7.16 | The First Day of the Rest of Your Life

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Well, compared to "Last Day on Earth," the season seven finale of The Walking Dead was light years better.

Sasha's last stand was masterful, but we're still feeling a little lacking when it comes to #Sashaham. We don't know if we quite bought the flashbacks and even so, it would have been better to see this when Abraham was actually on the show.

The Trash People are untrustworthy? Who'da thunk it (everyone thunk it)? Though we continue to side eye Rick and his poor planning, we were thrilled that Murderer Rick is out in full effect. In an episode where a tiger conveniently mauls people just in time to save Carl from certain death, we still find the most unbelievable thing to be Michonne getting her ass handed to her by this random garbage woman. All out war is on the horizon and we're along for the ride.

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Apr 04 2017
2 hours 44 mins
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Rank #9: 6.10 | The Next World

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Richonne. Richonne is what brings us together today. Richonne, that blessed arrangement, that dream within a dream… And love, true love, will follow them forever… So treasure their love.

The time has come for The Walking Dead to finally make good on the carrot they've been dangling in front of us since season 3 in the form of a romantic relationship between Rick and Michonne. And boy, did they make good. We loved seeing these verbal and physical validations of everything we already knew Michonne was to her Grimes family: mother, friend, confidant, protector and now lover.

Oh, yeah, other things happened in this episode? Daryl was funny (on purpose), Rick was super lighthearted and we met a shifty kung-fu thief with a wandering eye and too many layers named Jesus. Should we dislike him? Yes. Is he the reason we got to see an eyeful of Michonne and Rick butt? Yes. Do we still dislike him? Yes, because without that interruption, we may have gotten a scene with morning sex! C'mon Jesus!

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Oct 14 2016
1 hour 19 mins
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Rank #10: 5.02 | Strangers

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A pretty solid post-opener episode from The Walking Dead and a great introduction to a new character, Father Gabriel. We can't help but to feel bad for this guy; coming across our group randomly has got to be intimidating.

Sasha and Bob were just too, too cute so of course we should have guessed that something horrendous was going to happen. But on the plus side, baby Judith was feeding Rick, laying her head on his chest and just being all around adorable, so maybe that softened the blow? Just a little?

WALKER STALKER ATLANTA GIVEAWAY RULES: http://blog.twodeadchicks.com/2017/08/05/walker-stalker-atlanta-giveaway/ 

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Sep 20 2016
1 hour 6 mins
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Rank #11: 4.08 | Too Far Gone

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Everyone's questionable decisions are coming home to roost in this action/emotionally packed mid-season finale of The Walking Dead.

Daryl told Michonne to stop looking for the Governor and now look at her -- held captive by him. Never listen to Daryl, Michonne!

Lily -- we're not quite sure why you decided you needed to stand guard over a river, but now Meghan's paying the price when all she wanted to do was make peanut butter sandwiches.

Tara was the first to volunteer her services and the first to put her gun down because she had to witness the horribleness that was Hershel's death.

Charlie from Fringe...well, you deserved what you got. And the theme of the season comes back in Rick's big speech: we can all come back. Do you buy it?

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Sep 10 2016
47 mins
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Rank #12: Bonus: The Many Ways We Love Richonne [with Erin Qualey, Ashley Jordan and Bim Adewunmi]

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Happy mid-The Walking Dead hiatus!

It’s been three months since we saw the last episode of season 8 and it will be another three months until season 9 starts. San Diego Comic Con is next week, and along with that comes a trailer and premiere date for season 9. Also, it’s 7/12. Also, it’s our two year anniversary! So what better way to celebrate than to talk about the love that keeps us going: the love between Rick Grimes and Michonne. Let’s say it all together now: Richonne!

We sat down to speak with Erin Qualey (Hidden Remote), Ashley Jordan (Richonne fanfiction writer) and Bim Adewunmi (BuzzFeed senior culture writer, co-host of the Thirst Aid Kit podcast) about all manner of things, including how Richonne's relationship helped both parties move from a place of hurt to a place of healing, the real world effects that this fictional interracial couple has on representation of black women in the medium and the intimacy and desire that these two characters (by way of two amazing actors) bring to the screen. But these conversations will take you everywhere; we may start with intimacy, but we may end up shading Michonne’s wig or talking about flicking Kirkman on his forehead (we say “we,” but we really mean Bim, though we completely co-sign). We loved having these kick-ass women on for these intelligent, hilarious and meaningful conversations.

We also reveal the winning moment of our our #ChampionsOfRichonne bracket and, along with that, the person who won our crazy huge Champions of Richonne prize pack. Did you guess right?

We talked about a lot of things this episode; here are the links if you’re interested in reading more:

"Let’s Talk About Rick and Michonne’s Very Big Night on The Walking Dead" - E. Alex Jung, Vulture

"Why 'The Walking Dead' Has Become Fanfiction’s Muse" - Bim Adewunmi, BuzzFeed News

Gwendolyn from Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples' "Saga"

Bim's Fan Fiction Corner:

Tigerwalk ("Summer Nights," "Day by Day") | B and M ("The Plan," "Night Shift") | bana05 | jonesywrites | charrrmed | iminyjo ("The Only Lovers Left Alive") | love.devil.movies.baby ("Law and Order")

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Jul 12 2018
1 hour 49 mins
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Rank #13: 7.04 | Service

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It's collection time on The Walking Dead and the Alexandrians have been caught with their pants down as Negan comes early and toys with everyone's emotions. In this podcast, we talk Spencer's inability to not be a douche, Rosita's awakening strength and resourcefulness and our heartbreak at the distance between Rick and Michonne. They'll get through this; they're our only hope!

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Nov 15 2016
1 hour 59 mins
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Rank #14: 7.09 | Rock in the Road

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The Walking Dead is back, baby! Rick steps back into his leadership role in a big way in this mid-season premiere and we couldn't help but notice a certain someone (uh, MICHONNE) was lockstep with him the entire way. This is a true co-leadership team and we're not ready OR worthy.

We discuss Kang Ezekiel's reluctance to join the resistance (and the difference, if there is any, between his and Gregory's rationale), Daryl suddenly finding his voice, the fact that we absolutely need Morgan to get his life together and the knowledge that we were unwittingly party to some Richonne foreplay in the form of the most badass walker kill there will ever be. There was too much panting between them for something to have not gone down later! And, as always, listener feedback!

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Feb 14 2017
2 hours 24 mins
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Rank #15: 9.03 | Warning Signs

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When The Walking Dead gives us the goods, they give us the damn goods! Just moments into the episode we’re talking about building the future which is code for making a Richonne baby. With the flick of a pencil, our ovaries exploded. And honestly, we think a lot of Grimes babies are gonna be born about 9 months from now… 'cause didn’t we all just get pregnant from that? Naturally the actual process of building said future was cut from the episode, but we were treated to a Grimes Family Fun Day montage complete with Rick crawling across the floor with a very excited Judith and basically, we could watch a whole episode of just this forever. Did anything else even happen on this episode? Oh right, right, right, right…

Daryl is looking to pair up with Maggie which means shenanigans are afoot. Why is it that when anyone is just dying to make a bad decision, they somehow end up with Daryl? Accident? We think not. The Trash Queen is up to her old tricks because why wouldn’t she be? She asks Gabe to join her and leave this place together forever, but this preacher man ain’t here for it. He maintains his loyalty to Rick which earns him a whack to the head. There’s so much betrayal happening right now and we’re awfully afraid one of these dummies is about to get our leading man killed.

Speaking of getting killed, Justin and Arat did just that and as it turns out, the ladies of Oceanside were the ones behind it. On one hand, they kind of had it coming. On the other, this is the result of a much larger problem. We need that charter right away so we can get these folks on the same page and prevent anymore revenge killings. But also, we need that baby. Y’all better get to building, 'cause as AMC keeps rudely reminding us…Rick only has two episodes left. RIP our hopes and dreams. We’re fine.

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Oct 23 2018
2 hours 11 mins
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Rank #16: 6.16 | Last Day on Earth

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It's a mixed bag for the season 6 finale of The Walking Dead. We are BLOWN AWAY by the arrogance (and stupidity) of Rick, but that didn't stop us from being totally sucked into the suspense of the cat and mouse game that Negan and his Saviors are playing with our group. Then the last 45 seconds happened, and, plot twist, WE got Lucilled with that ending! Side note: Carol and Morgan's Excellent Adventure was redundant and boring. We also talk season 7 predictions and COMIC SPOILERS!

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Oct 20 2016
1 hour 43 mins
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Rank #17: 5.16 | Conquer

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We finally get to see Morgan and, MAN, did he make some tracks! It’s a good thing, because he was able to save the day for Aaron and Daryl. We also finally meet a real life Unfair Wolf but we still don’t entirely understand what they’re all about. He did happen to find Aaron’s pack which had a picture of Rick and Carl in it. If those were the first faces we saw of Alexandria, we would want to go there too!

Both Spencer and Sasha approach Father G for council, but he is currently closed for spiritual maintenance. Abraham and Eugene bury the hatchet while Carol is still being The Walking Dead’s resident shit stirrer. Nicholas has the audacity to try to kill Glenn, who after having a bit of an internal struggle, decides to let Nicholas live to coward another day.

The real stars of the episode were the quiet moments between Rick and Michonne where they both acknowledge that they are each other’s person. Also, did anyone else catch that intense stare down, or was it just us? The group (that isn’t busy having a breakdown or being a target for attempted murder) gathers to plead Rick’s case to Deanna and the other Alexandrians. Pete joins the party with Michonne’s katana and ends up killing Reg. Instead of having him exiled, Deanna opts to have Rick shoot him on the spot. Of course, that is the perfect moment for Morgan to enter and see his old friend shooting a dude around a campfire! Sorry, Morgan, we don’t believe you’ve been introduced to Murderer Rick yet.

WALKER STALKER ATLANTA GIVEAWAY RULES: http://blog.twodeadchicks.com/2017/08/05/walker-stalker-atlanta-giveaway/ 

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Oct 04 2016
1 hour 3 mins
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Rank #18: Bonus: Season 8 Wrap Up [with TDCPod Extreme Fan winner Noetta H.]

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Guys. We made it. With the quality of the show and the ratings declining, it’s been an interesting time to be a part of the TWD fandom. But we made it through together.

We are joined by our #TDCPod Extreme Fan contest winner NettaBear (@nettabear13), contributing writer for Geek Girl Authority, to discuss the highs and lows of The Walking Dead’s 8th season. We list our Top 5 moments of the season and talk about the direction we hope the show is going in under new showrunner Angela Kang.

Hey, you. Yes, you. Are you a Richonne fan? Stay tuned to our socials for some news about a very exciting upcoming event that you’re going to want to be a part of! See you guys next season!

Or maybe sooner.

Guess you’ll have to follow us to see!

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Apr 24 2018
55 mins
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Rank #19: 8.11 | Dead or Alive Or

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Can we all agree that we want Tara dead? Just dead. Not dead or alive or. This girl spent the entire episode plotting Dwight’s death. Good thing for him, almost completely blind Father Gabriel, shoots better than she does.

Speaking of Father Gabriel, we were both here for his spiritual awakening/new super powers. Seth Gilliam is brilliant to watch, though we can do without the Father G eye cam action. We were actually sad to see Dr. Carson go, but alas, there can only be one doctor on The Walking Dead. Siddiq was quick to hit the Hilltop employment office to get assigned to his post.

In other news, Daryl is still the worst and we really aren’t sure what he was yelling about. We just know he looked super at home in the swamp. We still DGAF about Eugene, but they’re definitely priming us for him to have a come to Jesus moment and switch sides again. And now the Saviors are going to use weapons bathed in walker guts to try to make the other side turn. Wait…..We’re pretty sure our group has had multiple cuts/wounds/orifices exposed to walker guts and they weren’t affected. But suddenly, Gabriel has gone blind due to walker gut exposure. So, apparently this is a thing we’re doing now. We will accept these terms if Tara gets hit first.

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Mar 13 2018
1 hour 27 mins
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Rank #20: 4.06 | Live Bait

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A familiar, yet unwelcome face returns on this episode of The Walking Dead. Ugh. We were actually fine having no idea where The Governor ended up, but we can't have nice things, apparently.

The Governor wanders through space and time for a few months until he stumbles upon a clueless family, which allows his true grifter nature to shine through. Taking of the identity of someone named Brian, the Artist formerly known as The Governor gains the trust of a woman named Lily, her sister Tara, her daughter Meghan and their father and in the process, gains some of his humanity back? Maybe? Perhaps? Who cares...?

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Sep 08 2016
42 mins
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