The Talking Dead #48: “Young, dirty, mystery-man”

On this week’s episode of The Talking Dead: Jason and I run down the week’s news, and do our TWD spotlight on Norman Reedus.

News

The Walking Dead Actor Spotlight

This week we discuss the past work of Norman Reedus.

Next actor spotlight: Sarah Wayne Callies

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2 comments on The Talking Dead #48: “Young, dirty, mystery-man”

  1. Tep says:

    Thanks for spotlighting Norman Reedus on The Talking Dead. He’s a really good actor that is highly underrated. It’s always fun to hear someone else’s opinion of his movies. I loved “Dark Harbor” and the little twist at the end with the sexy kiss 🙂 Norman definitely fit the rock star bill in the “Law and Order” episode(I was not a big Law and Order fan tho…and am still not). I liked “Cigarette Burns” a lot. When I first saw it on Showtime, I didn’t get it, but when I watched the DVD, I finally understood it and even felt sorry for Kirby’s character. And of course, there is nothing but love for Boondock Saints!! Thanks again for spotlighting Norman Reedus. He is the best Walking Dead character and I cannot wait to see him in the new season.

  2. Chris says:

    Hey Tep – sorry it took so long to approve your comment. I got the notice and then totally forgot to go in and click approve.

    But thanks for your comments and for listening. Maybe I need to give Cigarette Burns another chance to really appreciate it.

    On the whole though I certainly appreciate Norman’s work a lot more than I did before. He’s one of those actors that I knew of but was really unfamiliar with. I plan to watch Boondock Saints 2 soon…

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