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The Talking Dead #79: “A couple of busts”

This week on The Talking Dead, Jason and I report the latest news, read some listener feedback, and kind of disagree about David Morrissey’s past acting.

News:

Our next Walking Dead actor spotlight will be: Lauren Cohan

Here’s Mike from West Virginia’s Walking Dead hockey mask. So cool.

 

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5 Responses to “The Talking Dead #79: “A couple of busts””

  1. Ryan S. says:

    Hey guys! In honor of this months Actor Spotlight: Here’s 3 minutes of Maggie and Boone (Lost) from Vampire Diaries if you’re interested. She’s a reoccurring character on the show and this can give you an idea of what she’s like on it, without having to subject yourselves to the whole thing!

    http://youtu.be/8zDZ4FD7Vx8

  2. Jason says:

    Great episode. “You’re going to get hate mail for that.” Hilarious. I’m not a big rolling stone fan either.

  3. Ashley says:

    Hey guys, great show. I just wanted to mention that the reason Lauren Cohan has such a good American accent, is because she is American. She grew up in New Jersey, then moved to the UK much later in her childhood.

    • Ashley says:

      Oh and also. Lauren Cohan was in season 3 of Supernatural as Bela. She was really good in it. I would strongly suggest watching an episode or two that she was in.

  4. theonlyJASONian says:

    And her stint on NBC’s Chuck.

    By the seat of your pants is an old aviation term. Flying with no radio, navigation tools.