WE Are SQUAWKING DEAD ...a podcast, pulverizing episodes of The Walking Dead UNIVERSE: The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead, Better Call Saul, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Tales of The Walking Dead, Isle of the Dead, and so much more to follow!
As things feel hopeless for our survivors, so too have the hosts of your favorite #TWDU #podcast have been feeling (despite a great episode with incremental gains). We vent some personal frustrations/concerns, while maintaining our usual value-based analysis. #AliciaClark & #MorganJones push on, like us, doing things their characters wouldn't normally do, but it's the right thing for the right reason. Like us, Dwight &a...
Despite there being noticeable movement in the story arc, frustrations are bubbling (some regard this as welcoming, others not so much): We lose Howard, just after gleaning more of his background, along with #JohnDorieSr as he finally forges a path that give him a sense of closure (doing the right thing for the right reasons... because "it's not too late... it's never too late")
This episode is a perfect example of feeling at a loss about what else there might even be to talk about, other than our feelings of frustration with what #LucianaGalvez feels she has to do to #DanielSalazar, and walking away with some mind-blowing realizations about what Daniel is really struggling with.
We extracted this conversation from our upcoming discussion on #FearTWD 7x11 "Ofelia". #MelissaMcBride announced she would not be joining #NormanReedus in the, still unnamed, upcoming #CarolAndDaryl #Spinoff series. We get into the eruption from the minority in the #CARYL contingent and the response.
This episode takes time to finally focus on Charlie. Although "Mourning Cloak" is meant to highlight the beginning of the end for her, it might serve as a reawakening for #JuneDorie, who had retreated into herself since #JohnDorie's demise (similar to #AliciaClark). And how do we feel about Howard after this episode?
The #midseasonpremiere kicks off with #AliciaClark's revolution underway, having already sought assistance from Arno (and failed). With that understanding, the show-runners take time to tell us an anthologized story in the process to show her a new way forward: to much polarization from the audience.
We do our absolute best to make sense of what felt, overall, to be a slightly "off" episode. This episode made us feel, in the most visceral way, the race towards #TWD's finish. More than anything else, for all the build-up her character was afforded, we were aghast at the sudden dispatching of #LeahShaw and Dave, at least, is had issues with the direction #LanceHornsby's character is heading.
You can't un-ring a bell. In this episode, we discuss the multitude of ways characters operate in the world where the truth is revealed. We also follow #LanceHornsby through his descent into ineptitude as he completely misunderstands the world outside #TheCommonwealth's walls. And, oh yes, this episode allowed us to venture into conversations about political philosophy.
The Rotten Core isn't just about the rot inside #TheCommonwealth (namely, and for the sake of brevity, #LanceHornsby), but the surprisingly emotional exploration of what it must've been like for #MaggieRhee & #Negan to live inside their grief for so long: how it manifests, (re)visiting specific scenes from this perspective.
Using some time-trickery, this episode does a great bait and switch on who is "the hero of their own story". But as we peel back the layers, even though it appears as though #TheCommonwealth is being goaded into a bigger conflict than #LanceHornsby (the instigator) anticipated, #FatherGabriel's sermon reminds us that, ultimately, we're all the same and that we must have faith in the idea of The Commonwealth as #TheW...
Originally Recorded: 2022/10/13
What this conversation was supposed to be about was #TWD S11(A), thus far, and what, as a result, we might see in the latter trimesters of #TheWalkingDead's 11th and final season. What it became was a holistic analysis of #TWDUniverse on the whole! Luckily, we were able to channel all of that discussion back into the subject at hand, which made for a stupendous conversation!
What is luck? Is it forged? Is it random? Where was it when #MaggieRhee's subsequent communities fell and while on the road with #HershelRhee? And what about #LanceHornsby, a nobody who believed in himself so much he became someone indispensable to #TheCommonwealth?
At 1900 hours, or Seven in the PM, we're going 11x11 on your asses. This episode introduced a satisfying amount of frustration (we know how that sounds): between the deception wrought upon #EugenePorter (on behalf of #StephanieVega / Shira / #MaxineHawkins), the larger deception of #TheCommonwealth on #Mercer (and Connie/Kelly), and #LanceHornsby showing his cards to #CarolPeletier.
DECONSTRUCT #THECOMMONWEALTH! …From their economic system to systemic inequality (both spoken and unspoken). Dave's obsession with "allowance". Ninja #CarolPeletier with the long hair's partnership with a vastly more sympathetic #LanceHornsby. And we're here for #Carzekiel & #Mercress / #Princer / #Merces.
WE'RE BACK breaking down episodes! The fate of #Neggie hangs in the balance! We dissect the state of #TWD on the whole, whilst drilling down key examples: including some #SpookyBetaShit in the case of #FatherGabriel!
THE UNEDITED VERSION of this recording is a whopping 3 HOURS! It's filled to the brim with gaffes and expansion that just went missing in the high quality recordings that we simply couldn't technically retr...
Even before her departure, many of us had differing opinions on #MadisonClark. Now that she's coming back, we felt it necessary to reevaluate all those feelings within the context of the present narrative on #FearTWD.
Featuring friend of the show, Brian Castrillo!
What underwear are YOU wearing? Christine's NYC cred is on display as we talk about her fascinating podcast (Half Naked with Christine Evangelista), her insights into food and wellness, and of course her role as SHERRY on both #FearTheWalkingDead & #TheWalkingDead.
What: SQUAWKING DEAD's Jackbox Games Charity Livestream
When: SATURDAY, February 5th @ 3:00PM (Eastern/US).
Why: We're raising money on behalf of Vanessa, a #TWDFamily member in desperate need of financial assistance.
Originally Recorded: 2021.10.15
I (probably don't) know what you're thinking: how can they say that this is by far the funniest #interview SQUAWKING DEAD has ever had after #interviewing #MoCollins & #JennaElfman? Don't take our word for it: listen for yourselves. #BaileyGavulic is a passionate, energetic actor with impeccable comedic timing who has a tremendous amount of kindness and talent to offer the world. Cast...
We laughed, we cried, and we learned something along the way. #ThankYou: to you, the fans, who have stuck with us throughout this journey and gotten so much out of our conversations; to #MattNegrete and all the cast and crew who made this incredible show possible. In this, the last episode/light, we take a closer look at the symmetry in #Jadis & #SilasPlaskett's respective journeys, as well as the yin-yang parallel of how S...
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