The Talking Dead #256: s6e13 – “The Same Boat”

This week on the podcast Jason and I recap season 6 episode 13, a Carol and Maggie centric episode of The Walking Dead titled “The Same Boat”. Thanks for tuning in!


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Music for this episode is “Out of the Dark” by Nada Surf.

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2 comments on The Talking Dead #256: s6e13 – “The Same Boat”

  1. Michael says:

    Haven’t listened to the podcast yet but I felt compelled to say that, Chris, we see eye-to-eye on the DST change. Living in Michigan I LOVE the extra daylight in the evening! It’s fantastic.

    I’m originally from Arizona where we don’t change at all and never knew what the big deal was. I get it now. Love me some DST! Now, back to the podcast and keep up the good work.

  2. Petros says:

    Dear Chris and Jason,
    I wanted to comment, not about TWD, but actually about a comment you guys made about the Saw series.
    I don’t want you to think I’m a defender of them, in any way, but hearing people dismissing them as “torture porn” is a pet-peeve of mine for years now.
    Jason is right saying that the first one is the best of the series (it is, by far), but the movie doesn’t have a single gore scene in it. Sure, there is implied gore, but the actual gory act is never displayed on camera.
    And atop of that, while the rest of the series gets into showing some more gore scenes (due to having a bigger budget), there are many intriguing plotlines in and around the story. There are characters that you only see a glimpse of in the second film, doing something menial, that pay-off 3 or 4 movies later.
    Maybe you’ll eventually watch it and don’t like it either way, but all I’m saying, is that those movies had a WAAAAAAAAAAAAAY better story than they SHOULD have…

    Petros
    Perama, Greece.

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