Walking Dead Podcast Episode 34: “I Ain’t a Judas”

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As per usual, this week on The Walking Dead podcast, one of us loves the episode, the other does not, and someone is in between – but who? Tune in and find out. Simon, Ricky and Kate discuss the future of the series, and more importantly, Andrea’s role in the show.

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Playlist:

“New Theory” – Washed Out

6 Comments
  1. James says

    And some reason I can’t rate or review the podcast episode. I see the Customer Reviews down below, but no tab or anything to type into.

    1. Kate Kulzick says

      Thanks for responding to our request for reviews! You can’t rate or review on iTunes in a browser, you need to open up the iTunes store within iTunes, search for the podcast, and do it there. If you have iTunes on your computer, it is a little extra effort, but we would appreciate it.

      1. James says

        No problem. I reviewed. It should be up. Keep up the good work.

        1. Anonymous says

          thanks James !

  2. James says

    Also the clip for next week indicates that maybe it will only follow Rick, Carl, and Michonne sort of like 18 Miles Out. Please let that be the case. More concept episodes.

  3. James says

    Great podcast episode. I actually thought this episode was the best episode of a season I’ve been iffy on. Sure it’s the best season, but last week’s episode moved at a snail pace aside from the final 10 minutes. I thought Simon would like it more. More episodes should be like this.

    I still don’t know if I find the dialogue fascinating, but scenes moved far better. Solid exchanges. Couple of characters got some solid moments. Progress is being made on both sides. Andrea is finally as interesting as she was in the end of season 2. Michonne is talking! YAY! Why didn’t she be this honest with Andrea sooner? Rick wasn’t crazy Rick. Rooker plays the comedy well in this episode as Merle. Carol surprisingly is getting better and better. I don’t care about Maggie and Glenn falling in the backdrop. Their interesting, but the melodrama between the two right now isn’t particularly interesting. Maggie’s sexual assault dilemma would come sooner than it is now. I don’t know how their gonna push 5 more episodes before a final confrontation, but if the pacing is like this episode I won’t be looking at my watch. Good episode after last week’s left me saying “Come on. Come on. Let’s go.”

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