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The Talking Dead #135: s4e6 – “Rockin’ the shocks”

I’m in Regina, Jason’s in Toronto, and this podcast almost didn’t happen because of it. Luckily we managed to get things organized and record a mostly normal show. We recap season 4 episode 6 “Live Bait” and read as many Holy Craps as possible. Thanks for tuning in!

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5 Responses to “The Talking Dead #135: s4e6 – “Rockin’ the shocks””

  1. Janna says:

    My theory why the wheelchair walker could move their feet is because in long term care some residents are a fall risk or might have advanced dementia and are restrained by a belt in their wheelchair. They are still able to move around with their feet but for safety reasons are belted in until someone can assist them with mobilizing. That is why the walker could move their feet but not get out of the chair.
    Love your show, keep up the great pod!

  2. Kelly says:

    I love you guys but I don’t think you are using the term “bottle episode” correctly. Bottle episodes usually use just the main cast, existing sets and a lot of dialogue in order to save money. You’ve called this and other episodes “bottle episodes”, but that can’t be right. This episode had multiple new sets (three apartments, inside the truck, the old folks home, the pit) and all the outside scenes. The Governor and Martinez might be considered the main cast, but you had four new characters. There were lots of zombie and fire special effects, which alone should disqualify it as a bottle episode, I think.

  3. RocRick says:

    Love the podcast! Just a comment on the O2 tank + smoking comments. The girl is a nurse so she knows that O2 isn’t “explosive”, and just uses that as an excuse to keep the old man from smoking, who doesn’t know that it’s not explosive. That’s why she had candles near the O2 tanks.

    IOW, you could have a room with just pure O2 in it, and if you lit a match, it would just burn quicker/better.

    Light a match in a room full of NO2, and you’ve got an entirely different story!

  4. Bernie says:

    You guys know that Brian got his name from the barn at the beginning of the episode right? Brian Heriot.

    So, there you have it. On the barn it says all kinds of messages for Brian. They love Brian, they tell Brian that they are gone to Jim’s for the winter and they also went to the YMCA. They also say to Brian to not go home.

    It is pretty safe to assume that Brian Heriot is dead, so The Governor took his name.

  5. Michael says:

    Hey guys. I really enjoy listening to your podcast every week. I do have some consructive criticism though. I do not mean this in any mean way. It was 10 minutes into this podcast before you even started talking about the episode. Too much talk about other things. I dont care about the weather in canada or whether or not your wearing a friendship bracelet. I want to hear you talking about the walking dead. And too much talk about things I think dont mean alot to the episodes or the show. The whole rant about to put your finger on the trigger or not??… does this really mean anything in the point or plot thats going on in the show? You tend to pick on really insignificant things to spend time on. In previous episodes ive heard you talk about your car and how it runs among other things. Stay focused! Keep on subject! I listen ffor the walking dead talk… not a 3 minute discussion on the usual suspects movie. Other than that.. I enjoy listening tp the podcast and I will continue to do so. Thanks