Isolation

Hello Walkers!

So, I’ve decided to go with Podcasting rather than Video for my reviews. The editing process was taking too long, the angles and lighting in my dorm room are sub-par, and Podcasting is a lot easier and faster to get out to you guys. I’ll have to figure out the process for embedding the audio into a text post, but for now here is the link to my Podbean channel. By the way guys, there is a slight technical difficulty with the text, so if you highlight it, it should be a lot easier to read. Thanks for bearing with me on that one.

WARNING: SPOILERS

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Let’s talk a little bit about Sunday’s episode. What the hell Carol? I had a couple of different people tell me they thought it was going to be her that burned the bodies, but I wasn’t so sure on the idea. I honestly had no notions as to who it could have been, but I guess they were right. I’m still kind of shocked. At least now we know the person who burned the bodies isn’t the person feeding the walkers. Unless Carol decides to admit to that too (which I highly doubt). I can’t say exactly why she did that, I mean I’m hoping more of this comes together in the next episode. What’s Rick going to do?

Once again Carl is too much for me to tolerate. Most of the time, I can’t stand that kid. In the comics it took a lot longer for me to start getting annoyed with him, but in regards to the show I have little to no patience when it comes to Carl. Who does he think he is telling Hershel  what he can and can’t do? He can advise him not to, or tell him he’s worried about his safety, but I didn’t like the way he approached him about the situation. He’s letting that hat get to his head.

That’s all I really want to say for right now, listen to the podcast for plenty more.

If you want to challenge any of my opinions, agree with me or my guest, or if you have any questions you’d like us to answer, just drop a line. Words are always welcome.

That’s all for now,

Walkers United

*Edit: I’ve moved on to Sound Cloud

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