ZOMBPOCALYPSE NOW: THE WALKING DEAD Takes You To “THE OTHER SIDE”

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Sasha and Rosita make some questionable travel decisions on The Walking Dead, and Mr. Adair and Mr. Harvey have thoughts on this week’s Zombpocalypse Now!

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Season 7, Episode 14 “The Other Side”
Written by Angela Kang
Directed by Michael E. Satrazemis

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Lauren Cohan as Maggie Greene, Tom Payne as Paul ‘Jesus’ Rovia (Gene Page/AMC)

Dustin: I see what you did there.

Timothy: You mean posting a picture that is from the scene we didn’t talk about this week? The scene where Jesus offhandedly confirms that the TV version of the character is, like his comic counterpart, a gay man? Where he and Maggie talk about the need to connect with the people around you, and make a community stronger by those connections?

Dustin: Yeah, that scene. How did we not talk about that scene? It was handled really well.

Timothy: I honestly don’t know. I had planned to, and then somehow we didn’t. It was a good scene though, and there are lots of people all over the internet talking about it and saying so. Not us, apparently, but still.

Dustin: I suppose we just did. 

Timothy: Better late I suppose. We also didn’t talk about the confrontation between Jesus and Gregory, and the undercurrent of impending violence.

Dustin: You mean the way that Gregory is sabotaging himself, and all but pushing Jesus into backing Maggie in taking over Hilltop, something that Jesus is already inclined to do? 

Timothy: That, yes. We didn’t talk about that either. What did we talk about this week?

Dustin: All the other things, Tim. ALL THE OTHER THINGS. In fact, weren’t we going to be aiming for the 35-minute episode length for these podcasts? Wasn’t that the plan? 

Timothy: Yeeeaaahhh. Kinda hit and miss there, aren’t we?

Dustin: Kinda. A bit.

Timothy: Yeah. Anyway, thanks for listening folks, and please share, rate and comment wherever you listen to this thing we do. Comments, ratings and likes help us grow the audience, and that’s always a cool thing.

Dustin: And don’t forget to listen to our other SciFi4MeRadio podcasts! They’re pretty cool too!

 

The Walking Dead airs Sunday nights at 9/8c on AMC.

Dustin Adair

Dustin Adair grew up telling odd stories to concerned family members in Wimberley, Texas. He went on to study Screenwriting and Costume Design at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. He currently tells odd stories to concerned friends in Kansas City, Missouri.

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