The Talking Dead #259: “Twice as Far” Feedback

It’s our feedback show for The Walking Dead season 6 episode 14, titled “Twice as Far”. Should you always take a different way back? What really went down with the cast zombie in the pharmacy? Do Jason and I swill Moosehead? Tune in for the answers to these questions and more!

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3 comments on The Talking Dead #259: “Twice as Far” Feedback

  1. Michael Hebert says:

    RE: #614 “Twice as Far” Why does scarred face guy comment twice that the crossbow “kicks like a bitch”? As a crossbow hunter, I can’t understand what he means, let alone why say it twice! Other wise love the show, never missed an episode.

  2. T.J. Montour says:

    You said you didn’t like the “blood splash on the camera gimmick”, and now it seems it is used in every episode.

    Monty from Mantorville, MN

  3. Angie says:

    From Angie in St Louis, Missouri.

    When Rick & Morgan showed up at Carol’s bloody scene & left their doors wide open, I first thought…your battery is going dead dumb asses…but I drive a Jeep. In order to take the doors off a Jeep, you remove the fuse that controls the dome light therefore not draining your battery. I’m thinking they remove that fuse from all the cars prior to driving them in case they come across these situations & also if they’re ambushed at night & open their doors so as not to be seen.
    If this idea comes up, I hope it contributes. you can still turn on the dome light, but it has to be manually.
    Thanks so much for explaining a lot of what some of us don’t understand. I especially like hearing about military tactics from Jason.
    Love the podcast!

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