The Talking Dead #233: “JSS” Feedback

It’s our feedback show for The Walking Dead season 6 episode 2, “JSS”. Is Enid a spy? Did Morgan make a huge mistake letting the Wolves go? Is it turtle or tortoise? Tune in for the answers to these questions and a whole lot more!

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2 comments on The Talking Dead #233: “JSS” Feedback

  1. Stacey says:

    Hey guys! Just found the podcast last week and am really enjoying going through old episodes as well as listening to new ones as they’re released. You guys have been keeping me company while I do housework and run errands in the car, and the time goes much faster.

    I had a thought today about Morgan and the Wolf at the end of this episode. What do you think the chances are that Morgan did NOT kill that final Wolf, but instead knocked him out, tied him up, and is keeping him prisoner (secretly)? To “reform” him, or something like that. This could be a pretty major conflict, and have severe consequences down the line. And it seems just like something this new dangerously pacifistic Morgan might do, at least to me.

    Anyway, thanks for the great podcast, it’s a lot of fun to listen to. (And Jason, you should post your shepherd’s pie recipe!)

    Oh, and I am in England (I’m not English, but live here at the moment), since you like knowing where people are contacting you from.

  2. Xavier says:

    Sorry for the late reply. Love this podcast and your chemistry. Anyways, what I saw written on a different forum about Carol’s cigarette comments may have less to do with her not keeping up with her disguise but actually flexing some alpha credibility within that social circle (if the other ladies in the room don’t like the smoking as well, but Carol’s the voice that says it, she’s asserted herself to lead in the group possibly . . albeit a very short gain of cred with so many dead now.

    Take care.

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