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The greatest comic book to live action TV show ever?! We think so. Especially after the way this season started. The jail, Michone, The Governor, and the deaths…this season has already had a lot of big moments in just the first four episodes.

Adam and Nick talk about what they love and what they think might be coming in the rest of the season. We are often asked what the differences are between the show and the comic…we go over that too.

WARNING! Only listen to this if you have at least seen up to season three episode four of The Walking Dead on AMC. In addition, we also make reference to things that happen up to issue 100 of The Walking Dead comic by Image.

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Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 5


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If you want to know what I think of every episode up through Season Three Episode Four, check out our podcast on The Walking Dead.

Keeping up with the rest of the season, this episode does not disappoint! For the first 30 seconds, I thought this episode was set in the past before the zombies. That’s how┬áidyllic Woodbury looked.

That is, right until we see The Governor combing the hair of his daughter, Penny…who is a zombie! Yes, this season seemingly has all your favorite moments of the comics. More of that is to come in this episode.

Michone has finally had enough of this town and the Governor. Her survival instincts are off the charts. She almost instantly made the right call about the Governor and sticks to her guns. The decision that Andrea made to stay was obviously hard but, in her position, who wouldn’t have done the same? What Michone wants to do isn’t really living. She’s right to leave but she can’t really back it up. The revelation that Woodbury, like the comes, has “the arena” is the first time Andrea starts to doubt her decision…it probably won’t be the last.

Back at the prison, Rick has got off the deep end and Daryl REALLY steps up. His leadership skills are impressive. Carl’s character arc has him continuing to get colder and colder. The last scene, as always in Season Three, is jaw dropping. Yet another memorable moment from the comics is here. Rick and his phone.


Below are some of my comments while I was watching the episode! If you are reading this, I want to know what you thought of this week’s episode. Did you like it? Do you think you know what’s coming? Sound off!