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The Talking Dead #147: s4e11 – “Bad Bathroom Buddy”

After a plethora of birthday greetings, some Olympic chat, and another entry in our Record Your Favourite Scene contest, Jason and I get down to recapping season 4 episode 11, “Claimed”. As usual we also read your Holy Crap!? Did you see that? moments from the episode.

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 “Titan” by John Varley.

Music for this episode is “Champagne Supernova” by Matt Pond PA, from the album “Music from the O.C. Mix 4“.

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3 Responses to “The Talking Dead #147: s4e11 – “Bad Bathroom Buddy””

  1. Katharine says:

    Thanks for your latest awesome episode review! Your insight into the unreasonably creaky bed and the dude sitting in the bathroom were most interesting! You both brought up great points and questions and made me think about things I didn’t at the time when we watched it. We are going to record an entry for submission soon, hope you like it!

  2. Cat Bent says:

    I order from Amazon.ca often…please do check into the Canadian Amazon, I’d love to support you men.

    I’ll ask my husband if he wants to record a scene with me.

  3. Sarah says:

    New Fan here! Happy to have found you guys.

    Of the ABC’s of classic Sci-Fi, Isaac Asimov is the “A”. In fact, he is often referred to as the father of modern sci-fi. Can’t believe you guys haven’t read the Foundation series! Epic!! Check-out the Robots series, too, starting with I-Robot (same name as the movie, with similar “rules of robotics” but the book is a collection of short stories, all tied together). It’s like a prequel to the Foundation series. Enjoy!!