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The Talking Dead #104: s3e10 – “Nerf football head”

Hey Everybody,

Here is The Talking Dead #104 where Jason and I recap season 3 episode 10, “Home”. There’s also listener feedback and of course Holy Crap! Did you see that!?

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Music for this episode is “Harbour Boys” from “Scrappy Happiness” by Joel Plaskett.

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4 Responses to “The Talking Dead #104: s3e10 – “Nerf football head””

  1. elizabeth says:

    Concerning ‘Home’ episode…

    The Mexican family could have been migrant workers.

    Also, the ‘bow’ is not the ‘arrow’, so arrows are shot from a bow and removed from victims e.g., zombies. Sounded like you were saying bow or even closer to bolt.

  2. elizabeth says:

    The tatoo/s issue was a post production folly. Those are Norman’s real tats!

    http://comicbook.com/blog/2013/02/19/daryls-tattoos-on-the-walking-dead-create-mass-confusion/

  3. doowad says:

    I loved Merle’s use of “felatiated”, demonstrating his pure redneckitude, as we say here in Missouri. Great show guys, just don’t suspend your suspension of disbelief too much (i.e. the foot bridge with Rick & Lori).

  4. doowad says:

    And here’s a nice explanation of the tattoos. They moved because the frame was flipped. However, they should have taken better care to wipe them from that side of his body in post-production: http://comicbook.com/blog/2013/02/19/daryls-tattoos-on-the-walking-dead-create-mass-confusion/