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The Talking Dead #124: s4e1 – “Put your Fiat in your mouth”

The Walking Dead is back on TV, which means The Talking Dead is back to the regular format! Today Jason and I recap and discuss season 4 episode 1, “30 Days Without an Accident”. We also announce our short story contest winner, and read your “holy crap!? Did you see that?” moments.

Huge thanks go out to Audible.com for their support of this podcast. For a free audiobook download and a free 30-day trial, please visit audibletrial.com/talkingdead. Our recommendation this week is “The Martian” by Andy Weir.

Music for this episode is “Pounding” from Doves‘s album “The Last Broadcast“.

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5 Responses to “The Talking Dead #124: s4e1 – “Put your Fiat in your mouth””

  1. g campbell says:

    Quick death of kid possible explanation… something similar to the 1918 flu pandemic

    “The plague emerged in two phases. In late spring of 1918, the first phase, known as the “three-day fever,” appeared without warning. Few deaths were reported. Victims recovered after a few days. When the disease surfaced again that fall, it was far more severe. Scientists, doctors, and health officials could not identify this disease which was striking so fast and so viciously, eluding treatment and defying control. Some victims died within hours of their first symptoms. Others succumbed after a few days; their lungs filled with fluid and they suffocated to death.”

    http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/influenza-epidemic/

  2. g campbell says:

    viral hemorrhagic fever illnesses… Patients with severe cases of VHF often show signs of bleeding under the skin, in internal organs, or from body orifices like the mouth, eyes, or ears.

    http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/vhf.htm

  3. Kateri says:

    Carol is the master mind behind this all. I mean come one he is still a little phsyco.

  4. Richard Pearl says:

    Why dont walkers eat each other.

  5. Chris says:

    Please, please someone suggest casting Henry Rollins as Neegan