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74: The Walking Dead S06E14 “Twice as Far”

Arnold and Scott are going “Twice as Far” as some other shows in order to discuss the deeper implications of a death on the latest episode of THE WALKING DEAD! With Season 6 coming to a close, it’s time to take a closer look at how our favorite television series treats its characters. Arnold also shares listener letters!

Oh, and FYI, we open the show with a classic zombie film trailer. Any guesses why we picked that one? Let us know!

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  • John Nada

    Great episode. Interesting subject about the depiction of same sex couples in TV and Film involving untimely or tragic deaths. I would have to agree with you guys and seriously you do not have to look to hard to find it.

    • Thanks again for your comments, John! Always appreciated!

  • manuelroyal

    Great podcast. It is sad when fellow fans of the shambling undead are also bigoted in some way. That’s also the case with science fiction — the great show Babylon 5 had fans who, while they had no trouble imagining faster-than-light spaceships and all sorts of alien species, drew the line at the possibility of two female characters having a romance. (Come to think of it, one of those characters was abruptly sorta-killed, so maybe it’s on the list of shows where that’s happened.)

    Oh — here in Georgia, the Governor just vetoed that pro-bigotry bill. Its backer is trying to get a special session going to try and override the veto, but most people are seeing the whole thing as an embarrassment. I hope this means TWD will keep filming here in the state.

    (The bill, like several similar ones across the country, is based on the bizarre premise that you don’t have to follow anti-discrimination laws if you prefer not to, as long as your preference is phrased as a religious belief.)

    • Thanks for your comments! And lest we forget Talia and Susan! Long live B5!!!