Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Struggling against the fickle caprices of the Internet deity known as lag, the Z-Realm crew managed to complete this episode, but it was an uphill struggle the whole way. We return to AMC's the Walking Dead again, for episode 7 of season 5, "Crossed". We get coverage of all the characters this time, and there is much shenanigans. There is also fishing. Listen in to what we thought of the episode and let us know your own thoughts by writing to email@example.com or by posting a message on our Facebook page.
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Wednesday, November 19, 2014
AMC's The Walking Dead. The focus this time is on episodes 5 and 6 from season 5 of our favorite zombie program. Episode 5, "Self Help" reveals much of the backstory for Abraham and features an important reveal from Eugene as well. We also learn that a mullet can also be called a Tennessee Tophat! We follow that up with episode 6, "Consumed" where we finally see what happened with Carol and Daryl after the night they left on the trail of Beth. Featuring one of the most ridiculous moments in the 5 seasons of the show, we still ended up enjoying ourselves while watching it. Perhaps we are all getting soft. There was much geographical questioning, and only later did we discover the answers to those questions here ( warning, this does contain spoilers ). We then turn to other media, talking at length about the magnificent Birdman before bidding you all adieu until the next time. Let us know what you thought about these two episodes of the TV show and also about the podcast. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop a message on our Facebook page.
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Thursday, November 6, 2014
Episode 74 goes back to the well of AMC's The Walking Dead, focusing on the 4th episode of season 5, Slabtown. In many ways we wish we could put that episode ON a slab. Focusing entirely on what happened to Beth Greene after she disappeared while out with Daryl last season, the show goes off on a mostly unsuccessful tangent and introduces us to new characters, and to new lows in acting. Olga is back as we tear in to the episode and rend it limb from limb. Afterwards we move on to other media, including George Clinton's old show "Cosmic Slop".
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