The Talking Dead #96: s3e6 – “Fantasy League”

Join us this week to recap season 3 episode 6, “Hounded”. Plus all the listener feedback and Holy Crap! Did you see that!? moments we can squeeze in.

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4 comments on The Talking Dead #96: s3e6 – “Fantasy League”

  1. Diana says:

    I love the walking dead, i am peruvian, and I don’t miss an episode ever, fuck yeah!

  2. Danny Maldonado says:

    I would love if AMC would provide a virtual tour of both the Prison and Woodbury. Kinda like Google maps. That would be so cool! It would make me feel as if I was there with them.

  3. Will says:

    Andrea was the one who made off with the gun bag when escaping from the farm. So if its Rick’s bag he confiscated it from Andrea and Michonne. That may be the reason why they cut to it. Michonne probably felt like it was her property.

  4. Ciaran says:

    Hi, just wanted to write to you lads from Belfast with the opinion that I thought this episode of The Walking Dead stank. For a start Andrea’s character has disappeared down the toilet, although I suspect she’s being set-up for a big comeback at some point by sinking a protagonist at some point… Her scenes with the Governor were utterly cringeworthy by the way, awful.

    Michonne doesn’t have a character, she’s basically a less sympathetic Predator. Merle’s band of brother’s were cannon fodder with less sense than a bunch of walkers and were almost crying out to die, this from the same stable that took out a bunch of Marines without a casualty don’t forget.

    The only scenes that had any real credibility for me were the scenes with Rick (and Hershel) but no doubt Rick’s mental illness is done now and he’ll be back to being the responsible leader again.

    Sorry for the negativity, keep up the good work!

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