Zombpocalypse Now: #TeamZombie Watches FEAR THE WALKING DEAD Chase Its Tail

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With Fear the Walking Dead back on Sunday nights, #TeamZombie continues its new Zombpocalypse Now podcast, where Mr. Harvey and Mr. Adair talk things undead like, perhaps, Fear the Walking Dead itself.

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Season 2, Episode 3 “Ouroboros”
Written by: Alan Page
Directed by Stefan Schwartz

Frank Dillane as Nick Clark - Fear The Walking Dead _ Season 2, Episode 03 - Photo Credit: Richard Foreman/AMC

Timothy: The episode is titled “Ouroboros”. An ouroboros generally refers to the cyclical nature of things, and while we got that zombie eating the crabs that are eating him, I’m going to go with your Lexx idea… what?

Dustin: You tweeted things. Mostly you retweeted me tweeting about this episode, but you used the Twitter. I’m not sure if I’m proud of you, or deeply saddened.

Timothy: You were chanting “One of Us, One of Us” so… saddened probably is appropriate. I suck at the Twitter, but I’m trying to be better at it. Especially since we have this new podcast thing we’re doing.

Dustin: You mean the very podcast that is at the link right here?

Timothy: That’s the one. So hey folks, if you like hearing us talk things Dead, we think it would be great if you could subscribe to this little thing of ours, and follow us on Twitter and at Horror4Me.com and Scifi4Me.com. We have fun doing this, no matter how much Dustin protests, and we hope you’re enjoying it too. We’ll see you next week!

 

Fear the Walking Dead airs Sunday nights at 8/7c on AMC.

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Timothy Harvey

Timothy Harvey is a Kansas City based writer, director, actor and editor, with a passion for film noir movies. He was the art director for the horror film "American Maniacs", and serves on the board of directors for the Independent Filmmakers Coalition of Kansas City and the Kansas City Film Commission.

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