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With both Walking Dead series on their season and mid-season breaks, #TeamZombie continues its new Zombpocalypse Now podcast by turning the baleful eyes of Mr. Harvey and Mr. Adair onto AMC’s newest supernatural thriller: Preacher.

Season 1, Episode 6 “Sundowner”
Written by: Nick Towne
Directed by Guillermo Navarro

Timothy: Hi folks, Timothy Harvey here for SciFi4Me and Horror4Me’s Zombpocalypse Now podcast. Dustin is kinda indisposed at the moment. There was an event that occurred in this week’s episode of AMC’s Preacher that has had an… emotional effect.

Dustin: Why, Tim, WHYYYYYYY?

Timothy: What you kids can’t see at home, is that Dustin just pulled himself from his semi-fetal position on the couch, reached over and grabbed my shoulders and shook me like a bobble-head.

I’m… going to have to ask him to never do that again.

Oddly enough, it popped my neck, so not only did he get to express his anguish, but I got to lose this crick in my neck that’s been bothering me. Huh. Anyway, take a listen to our latest review, share it with your friends, and do all the rating and commenting things that are so useful in the podcasting world. Enjoy!

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Preacher is based on the Vertigo Comics title written by Garth Ennis with art by Steve Dillon, covers by Glenn Fabry. First released in March 1996, the entire run of 75 issues tells the story of Jesse Custer, who suddenly finds himself possessing (or possessed by?) a power, and he finds himself on a journey with former girlfriend Tulip O’Hare and an Irish vampire named Cassidy.

Preacher airs Sunday nights at 9/8c on AMC.


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