Stunt Granny Conversation – The Walking Dead – Season 4 – Too Far Gone

The-Walking-Dead-Season-4-Episode-8-Video-Preview-and-Sneak-Peek-Too-Far-GoneKevin: Do you have any training today?

Jeremy:  Nope. I am good as far as I know

Kevin:  Cool because this Walking Dead talk could really be broken into two parts in my opinion.

Jeremy:  As I told Shahid last night I was drained at the end of it.
Kevin:  Then you need to stop jerking off during the show
Jeremy:  There hasn’t been an episode like this in a while. Knowing something terrible is coming. I liken it to the final episode of The Shield and not the mediocre Marvel show.
Kevin:  I never watched that show so I don’t get the reference but they started the show off on an ominous note.
The give away we talked about last week was a nice red herring to make that terrible thing much more present.
Jeremy:  Thought the episode did a fantastic job of balancing philosophies and actions. The action was a bit rushed but that is acceptable. Of could have used fifteen more minutes. Extended episode
Kevin:  Yeah, that episode seemed like a perfect time for an extended one but no dice. I do think it was rushed but it ultimately led to the outcome of the situation too which I’d rather not get to this early in the conversation.
Jeremy:  It was paced perfectly for an hour and fifteen. Of course this was the mid season finale so it gets a pass.
Kevin:  So it was extended? I didn’t notice honestly. I was too wrapped up in the episode to worry about that. It’s not like Monday Night Raw. I’m okay with an over run.

Stunt Granny Conversation – The Walking Dead – Season 4 – Dead Weight

Which one became the new right hand man and who's zombiefied in the drink?

Which one became the new right hand man and who’s zombiefied in the drink?

One episode to go gang before the Waking Dead will break our hearts and no doubt leave some of us very angry.  Yup, one more episode to go before this half-season cliffhanger. The Governors plight came to an end. The events may have been a bit jumbled and the timeline is still in question but how did they guys feel about it? How stupid do people continue to be on this show? How convenient do the show writers make it for their characters? A tank? Really? Oh nd a driver to boot? Ok, whatever, just make it worthwhile.

Jeremy:  So, like I said last week, I wasn’t buying the Governor done good garbage.
Kevin:  Yes, it’s an interesting window into the world of TV. We know what the evil guy did in the past but you can’t help new meat from being fed to him. We never bought his turn around but people in zombie land are all that matter.
Jeremy:  If those women didn’t have that girl Megan he wouldn’t have bothered with them. So it was no surprise last night when he turned and took power. He was never redeeming himself. He was using them.
Kevin:  The whole opening scene backed up your point because it was just him giving her life lessons as he hang dries clothes.
Jeremy:  Lived the reveal of a tank. It was only a matter of time. As soon as they went on the excursion in the woods Martinez and gang were done. He immediately started to size them up.
Kevin:  The tank was one of those moments that is all TV land too. Well, we already did people fighting against people. Then people in gun fights. What can make things more explosive. I got it, a tank!
Jeremy:  Yeah but they did mention the army convoy being hit as well as his new right hand man being a tank operator. A little too convenient but fun.
Kevin:  I did think that was a smart ploy on the Governor’s part to get rid of the people who knew him in the recent past. Can’t let anyone dropping secrets.
Jeremy:  If Martinez had shown he was a capable leader he would have been OK. Getting drunk and hitting golf balls creating noise was pretty stupid. “Brian” is still protecting the women.
Kevin:  I didn’t even think about it that way. The Gov whacking him across the face with a club was rough-looking. Then slowly letting the zombies eat him was even worse.

Jeremy:  The club was really awful. Not sure why but the thought of an edge bashing in to the ear is nauseating. After that being eaten by walkers was almost mercy to me.
Kevin:  I thought the touch of not just pitching Martinez in the pit as the little bit of extra that made it worse. Although it’s not quite as bad as leaving a zombie anchored to the bottom of the nearby watering hole.
Jeremy:  Yes slowly pushing his head in to the pit was terribly clever. Helps make the story of him getting drunk and falling in the pit more likely. Of course the logic involved with a pit of walkers can be argued. The symbolism of trapping the innocent rube in the lake was obvious but not sure that is the smartest idea. Made for a great visual.
Kevin:  Yeah, leaving a walker alive always comes back to bite you in the ass. Plus, who wouldn’t use that water from time to time if it’s Kool-Aid blue?

Stunt Granny Conversation: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. A Few Episodes Later

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Last week Kevin and I started chatting about Agents of Shield and it ended as soon as it began. See neither of us were that up for talking about this show. Can you blame us? It has been a gigantic disappointment so far.

Jeremy:  Shield convo next Wednesday. You will watch again. For some reason.

Kevin:  Hot damn, another episode. Really?

Jeremy:  I keep waiting for it to get better.

Kevin:  I wanted to wait until we did the review but it’s not a big point. It seemed like it moved in the right direction episodes 4, 5 & 6 but that one this week was a disaster

Jeremy:  Yeah. Woof. They need to focus on Coulson. Then bring in back stories for others.

Kevin:  How about just concentrating at all?

Jeremy:  Well yeah. He is the only character the audience knows and are already invested. Delve in to him and through that you can bring the other people in. They are doing that with May.

Kevin:  They have given a feature episode to each team member but I still barely know them. Fits & Simmons (giggle, giggle) went to college together yet he isn’t banging her hot ass.

Jeremy:  They are trying to make Skye the down to earth character but she is annoying and can’t act. As I put on Facebook, she needs to be in her underwear at all times until she improves or they kill her. I will say, I liked that Fitz wasn’t a pussy in the field. It actually added to his character. He is a Shield agent after all and nit some bumbling nerd.

This is where we left things on Friday afternoon. Fast forward to Wednesday the 20th and we start talking about last night’s episode and tying in the previous conversation.

Jeremy:  So after last night’s show how you feeling about Shield?

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@TotalDivas – She Said (He Edited) Episode 10

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Eva Marie made Lilian Garcia look brilliant.

This past Total Diva episode does not get an A for effort. Not that I expect much from these episodes, but I did feel like it dragged on and there could have been more of something, anything. Yet, we are left with an episode that focuses on how disgusting a toe fungus is, how excruciatingly annoying Eva Marie is, and Alicia Fox once again stealing the scene with a one liner. Oh where to begin….

I guess I’ll begin with, why is Jojo even a Diva when she gets no air time at all? She once again was in a tiny blurb at the beginning of the show and then just disappeared. (Kevin’s Edit: I have no idea why the WWE hired her. She’s young but it’s not like she’s a baseball player who will develop their talents in the minors. No, bigger boobs won’t help her that much.) We have Trinity, Natalia, Ariane, Eva Marie and Jojo standing around and Natalya makes the comment how she can’t wait for the match with Ariane and Trinity says to make sure she wears a diaper, as we all are reminded how in last week’s episode Natalya peed herself after Trinity got her in the gut.

Eva Marie gets a chance to be a ring announcer in the upcoming Monday Night Raw. She is excited for the opportunity until she realizes that she isn’t able to have index cards or cheat. She has to memorize everything about every wrestler to introduce them. She obviously doesn’t want to mess up after the whole fiasco about lying that she knew how to dance the Tango. So we get the entire episode of her whining about how she can’t use index cards. (Doesn’t she know that Cheaters always win?) (KE: Hey, the parentheses are my gimmick lady.) Is she really that stupid? Oh wait, yes. She finds Alicia Fox in the hallway and is excited to tell her that she is going to be introducing at Raw. Alicia informs her she better get it right, she messed up once and was almost fired! Oh, that Alicia. (KE: A big reason I love Alicia. She loves to see people squirm without being bitchy.) When the time comes for her to go on stage, she introduces the Usos correctly along with Justin Gabriel but unfortunately doesn’t introduce Jinder Mahal in the 3MB. The Diva girls watch as she makes the mistake and comment on how screechy her voice is and how no one should have to listen to that. (KE: She had no idea how to use a microphone. Don’t eat it on top of screaming. Her encounter with 3MB seemed a little too set up. Jinder looked pissed though. Heath Slater being the voice of reason yet scolding her was just too perfect.) Hilarious along with seeing if she had brought out a cheat sheet which she didn’t, as she messed up big time. I believe it was Natalya that said, “Sure glad Stephanie McMahon isn’t here tonight”. Ha ha. (KE: Maybe Steph doesn’t watch the product when she’s there. No wonder people don’t know what’s happening on Raw.) As you can imagine Jinder is VERY upset along with the 3MB. She gave her apology and excuse of why she messed up and called him ‘Ginger’ not Jinder. oops! I’m guessing that red hair killed more brain cells than we thought. But at least she didn’t cheat.

With John Cena losing the belt to Daniel Bryan and then having to have surgery with a 6 month heal time, Daniel is now on the road doing lots of appearances and talks which leaves Brie at home. Though Brie and Nikki have a sweet spot on Psych as zombie vampires that they have to go film for,  she still realizes that 13 days without Daniel is a lot of time without her honey. (KE: Psych is a lot of fun except for most of the WWE appearances. We’ll see if the Bellas can buck the trend.)

Nikki moves in with John in his massive house. She packed 26 boxes of clothes, shoes and purses. DAMN! As she is almost unpacked, John comes in with a paper and tells her to not freak out or take it the wrong way, but he needs her to sign a live-in agreement which she reads out loud that if John wishes she has 40 hours to move out of the home. She obviously feels upset and hurt and takes the paper and walks out saying she needs to think about it. UH OH Cliffhanger! (KE: In no way was this a cliffhanger despite the obvious set up that it was.)

Trinity and Jon Uso are the last on the list. Jon’s toe is bleeding and when they shoot to it, it’s nasty! Trinity finally get’s him to go to the doctor after he says he’s signing his life away by filling out the paperwork, we find out he has a fungus under his big toe, which is spreadable. After chopping half of Jon Uso’s toe nail off, Trinity asks the doctor to look at her feet and we find out that Trinity has the toe fungus too. Dude, that is just nasty! So they both leave the hospital with toe fungus cream. ha ha … Yep, superstars get fungus too. Bleck! (KE: This was the second grossest thing in this episode.)

I’m not sure how you sum up something that was quite boring and slightly disgusting. Did I forget something from the show, maybe, (KE: Yes you did, the super gross John Cena elbow surgery. I have jacked up my body more than enough, don’t mind getting hurt but can’t watch surgeries. Yuck.) I guess I didn’t talk about how Brie was talking to their Agent on the phone about bra sizes and weight and how Brie said she was 123 and Nikki said 130 and Brie looked at her ‘really?’ and then Nikkie said, ‘ok, 135’,  but whatever else I may have forgotten I’m sure Kevin will remind me. Will we get some sizzle next week as Eva Marie and TJ wrestle while Natalia gets upset? Highly doubtful but we’ll still watch this hot mess and write about it. You’re welcome WWE. – M (& Kevin)

Stunt Granny Audio #237

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Jeremy and Kevin had made a game plan. Let’s not talk about the WWE because we want to do a preview for Survivor Series with ourselves or our partner in crime Dusty. So what did these guys end up talking about? Well of course the WWE but without actually addressing Survivor Series at all. They talk about the multitude of new faces in the main event of Raw. Who’s getting over because of their mic skills? Who’s cutting it on in ring ability? How many guys are getting a boost from Total Divas? Is Jeremy’s theory about the “experimental phase” dead because of Daniel Bryan’s new spot away from the title picture? Kevin pipes in about that title picture and tries to make sense of some of the lingering hostility towards real management pushes. Are these twelve men the future main event? One man clearly not in the main event is the Great Khali. What did poor old England do to deserve a Khali handicapped match with Camacho and what’s that other guy’s name? Thanks again internet. Jeremy and Kevin wind up their talk by not forgetting another star in the making, Big E Langston. Could the Intercontinental Title not mean something but you still get a push? The guys temporarily lose their minds talking about Kent State football. But they get things back on track by comparing Big E to Mason Ryan. Hey, he’s still on the roster? Yes he is is along with other discoveries that Jeremy finds sliding through the roster. Found out who these other well paid no shows are when you click the button below!

Stunt Granny Conversation: The Walking Dead – Season 4 – Live Bait

The GovernorJeremy:  Do you went ti start the convo now?

Kevin:  Sure. How about those Lions?

Jeremy:  Calvin has no catches in the second half. Receivers dropping Easy passes. The Steelers announcers were entertaining in the second quarter. Then watched rest on TV.
Kevin:  I didn’t hear them at all. Barely heard the TV announcers since I taped almost the whole thing. Slow ass game lasted after 4:25.
Jeremy:  Yes when the Lions kept dropping passes clock stopping all over. Defensive line had no push and their secondary is garbage. No d line no wins.
Kevin:  The Steelers have gotten lucky the last couple of weeks with their opponents helping them. Although the Steelers had their own fair share of drops including what should have been a Heath Miller TD that turned into a really short FG. Speaking of FGs, no one has any idea what Schwartz was thinking on the fake.
Jeremy:  I didn’t mind the call. Then the defense shits the bed and let’s em go 98 yards?
Kevin:  Yeah, it’s designed to pin the opposing teams offense but it didn’t work. Big Ben didn’t forget to look to his best receiver like Stafford. First down to Brown and that was about it.
Jeremy:  Exactly. Then Lions really need Burleson back.
Kevin:  Somehow the Steelers are still alive in what is a truly horrific AFC. Had to fit that harassment in though. Were you expecting a whole episode on the Governor?
Jeremy:  Yes I was. So that did not surprise me at all and it was very good idea.
Kevin:  I was surprised but agree it was a good idea. The part that I’m interested in is how it fits in time wise with his appearance at the prison. He was cleaned up so it was definitely after his wondering aimlessly phase.

@TotalDivas – She Said (He Edited) Episode 9

be_stronger_than_your_excusesThey’re stronger, they’re more outrageous and if it’s possible, more glamorous. This time, it’s no hold barred! Life is about to seriously change. Only on E! This was the commercial that was constantly being played on Spotify last week so everyone would be so intrigued they would tune in and watch the next season of Total Diva’s. After crying hysterically and then being bored out of my gourd, I thought leave it to the WWE to make the first half of the show interesting to pull viewers in, put them to sleep in the middle and try to wake them up in the end with a not so good cliff hanger. Since I wasted 45 minutes watching this, I’ll waste at least 5 minutes of your time reading this. Ha ha.

We begin the season with a recap, which is always good for me as I completely forgot what has happened in the last 2 months that they have been off. I have to say, the show started off with pretty good one liners as Eva Marie brought up her 4 page spread in Maxim as the girls meet for brunch on a Sunday afternoon. Between Nattie calling Eva a Hoochie, Jojo saying she wants to throw up her breakfast in her mouth due to having to look at these pictures again and Brie gives a non-humble Eva a kicker when she tells Eva that the Bella Twins were in Maxim Espanol which get’s distributed to more countries. Ha ha. (Kevin’s Edit: You could tell the Bellas were pissed about not being on thee Maxim cover even if they covered things up with Latin America.)

We get more hilarious outtakes with Trinity in her sparkling shoes and how they hurt her feet terribly and walks out of the hotel like an old bow legged grandma, quite hilarious as she stuck out that booty of hers. (KE: She rewound it to watch a second time. I didn’t argue.)

Ariane goes crazy after the car in front of her continues to go really slow and in turn stops right in the road. Ariane gets out of the car and starts yelling at the person in the car. To me it all seemed a bit staged, but whatever, it just flared her temper which is what her story line was in this episode. Ariane once again goes berserk on Vincent, her boyfriend, at a WWE party. I don’t know how many times she needs to say ‘babe’ but I have to say, someone needs to take that out of her vocabulary! (KE: That’ll happen right when the Steelers take “Obviously” out of Mike Tomlin’s vocabulary.) Trinity ends up talking to Ariane and tells her she needs help with her anger. She goes to talk to talk to her mom where they have a heart to heart. Her mom tells her she shouldn’t do that and that Vincent deserves better. At this point, they’re both perfect for each other as they’re both annoying as ever and who would want to deal with that.

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Stunt Granny Conversation: The Walking Dead – Season 4 – Indifference

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Kevin: Are we going to have our somewhat zombie free discussion?

Jeremy: Ahh you referring to last night’s show? What little zombies there were sure made an impact.

Kevin: Yes sir, I am referring to last night’s episode of The Walking Dead titled Indifference.

Jeremy: Very formal. Did they have to kill the hippie chick? Why not the doofus?

Kevin: That whole scene seemed very much like wrestling. This couple has gone at least several years without getting killed but they happen to get killed within minutes of meeting Rick & Carol? I saw that coming a mile away. Just to cheese it up more, she had retrieved her vegetables from their greenhouse.

Jeremy: I was waiting for them to turn on Rick and Carol, which was the drama for me. They were given guns after all. They did make a point of bringing up her gimpy leg. It made me laugh when that was left behind. Not sure it was supposed to though.

Kevin: And his weak shoulder. I’m sure the zombies were just targeting those body parts. They never should have worn wraps. They’re like bull’s eyes for zombies.

Jeremy: Splash them in blood next time to give them a fighting chance.

Kevin: Ha. That would be one way to deal with them. I did love the talk Carol and Rick had while our favorite hippie chick was getting pulled apart.

Jeremy: Yes, as they discuss life and death issues the poor hippie is being dismembered 190 feet away.

Kevin: At least they got a couple of extra tomatoes out of their gabbing. I thought it was interesting that they had flipped roles in opinion for the most part.

Jeremy: Carol has become the most interesting person in the show. She was steadfast in her views. She reminded me a lot of Shane. Rick is back to his timid actions like they were on the farm.

Kevin: Shane was exactly who came to mind for me too. It’s still weird that she killed and burned two people the episode before they had an entire cell block full of people who were sick. Her form of justice didn’t do any good.

Jeremy:  Right and that is what Rick tried to point out so weakly. She killed them without thinking. She acted irrationally where Shane had his stance buy them couldn’t handle it. Carol albeit messy had her plan but didn’t think it through. She did try to justify her actions which I agree with if they were that bad off physically. Rick viewed her as a loose cannon.

Kevin: Which is where his waffling was weird to me. Sometimes, people make bad choices. It seemed to me more like this was a bad choice by Carol more than a pathological problem like Shane had.

Jeremy: Well she did start teaching weapons class to kids behind everyone’s back. She has gone out on her own already. At this rate she may become more aggressive. She even gave the one girl a knife inside the quarantine. He noticed it was gone when he unrolled the knives in the car.

Kevin: I guess she was moving that way even further. Is that the first person to get booted from the show without dying?

Jeremy: Well Merle comes to mind but he ended up returning and going walker. The closest I can think is the black neighbor who returned last season. I cannot remember his name. But he wasn’t a regular. Also, the Governor.

Kevin: I think that was more my point, none of the characters who were in the group have gotten that part of a sendoff. Merle and The Governor were both bad guys who got away. I really don’t remember the black neighbors name anyway.

Jeremy: Got ya but so you really think this is the end of her? Hell, Rick was looking in the rearview mirror constantly. I was waiting for her to appear or for Rick to crash.

Kevin: I think she’ll be back but I’m not sure she’s a hell fire bringing kind of a person. Of course, I’m not sure why you’d want to come back with a disease ravaging the entire place. Would the girl in the sick block pull her back in?

Jeremy: The girls may provide a tug but it makes me think that is what Rick was looking for. She became so unattached she wouldn’t name her own daughter. She had something there to fight for and didn’t. When she returns and I am sticking to that, it won’t be in anger. Her removal will have huge consequences for the entire group.

Kevin: Any type of consequences that come to mind specifically?

Jeremy:  Well Daryl. Ugh, not consequences good god. I meant effects. Daryl loses his closest friend. If Rick decides to tell Tyreese he may go off again. The two girls now have no parents again.

Kevin: That is a triumvirate of problems. Rick has got to explain why she is gone so it’s not like he can get around it unless he flat out lies to the group.

Jeremy: Yeah he can’t lie and say she died. At least he shouldn’t if he has learned anything. It will also look very suspicious for him to return without her. Even though Rick talks her up about being stronger and a survivor now is so hollow. She was given some sundries and agent off on her own after all that time inside a group.

Kevin: That wasn’t much of a severance package. I did like how she groveled a bit to try and stay in the group by complimenting his tenure as leader. Carol was right in telling him that he needs to be a farmer and fighter.

Jeremy: Yes she was fine.  I hate then fact she finally becomes a compelling and strong woman and now she is seemingly gone. Guess that means they got me emotionally involved. Damnit.

Kevin: The only thought in my brain that we haven’t covered was of course they’d get rid of someone when they become interesting. Par for the course.

Jeremy: Yeah but she will still be back. So, how long do we have to go with two black guys on this show? I am ready for Bob to die already.

Kevin: Of course the scum bag who has a drinking problem sticks around. With all of his near death experiences already this season, I’m sure he’s bound to get offed this season.

Jeremy:  I wanted Daryl to just push him in to the skin eaters. Just be done with him. You have that collection of brutality and Bob. Seriously fuck Bob.

Kevin: There was no reason to keep him around. From what I can tell, he had no real job at the prison.

Jeremy: No he had just gotten there when this season started. Daryl even tried to prop him up only to immediately get let down. That was damn fine acting as well.

Kevin: I’m not sure how I could shoot a scene in which I had to bump heads with another actor while trying not to fall off of what looked like a rickety roof. But when you’re that pissed, you do tend to invade someone’s space so it was spot on.

Jeremy: Enjoy how everyone gas some sort of secret from each other. Even though they depend in each other they still won’t be honest with each other.

Kevin: I don’t even think the writers wrote it poorly. It tells you how stupid people would be even in that dire of a situation.

Jeremy: No the writing so far has been spot on. Good pacing and surprising events. Can’t ask for much more.

Kevin’s Blog: The English Premier League Review Show

On my Twitter feed Monday I saw a bunch of tweets about a fantastic goal that was scored by Pajtim Kasami during the Fulham at Crystal Palace soccer match. I looked forward to seeing it since I have the English Premier League Review Show set on my DVR. I don’t care if you like soccer or not. If you don’t like the athleticism displayed in the video clip, do me a favor and cease watching sports. After watching the goal last night, I knew I needed to write a post that I’ve wanted to write about this show.

The first order of business is the fact that you never, ever see the announcers. I’d be fine with seeing them as they came in and out of segments but it’s really not necessary. I want to see highlights of the sports that I enjoy. Not Bob Ley. Or Kenny Mayne. Or even a super short skirted Hannah Storm. The EPL Review show delivers by having a voice over guy do the work. He is recognizable and does well transitioning from game to game.

The main point of this article though is the dismal state of highlights show in the US. I used to watch CNN for the highlights at :28 & :58 on the hour. Then I moved on to Sportscenter for a long time. For the last several years, I’ve been looking at recaps online because Sportscenter decided that interviews and behind the scenes pieces were more important. I had some hope that when NBC re-branded Versus into NBCSports that I’d have some luck. I did for about three months when they aired “The ‘Lights” but it hasn’t aired since the Stanley Cup Finals. “The ‘Lights” did employ the unseen host which made me mourn it’s possibly temporary demise. I had some hope earlier this year when Fox Sports 1 was launched. My thought process as always “Let’s give Fox Sports Live” a chance. Unfortunately, they didn’t even give me three months of pleasure.

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The EPL Review Show fills the void that is left by the sports world in the US. I don’t feel like getting into who’s the blame for this phenomenon, whether it’s the mother ship ESPN (chicken) or the people who clicked out of what I enjoy (egg). So the show doesn’t have a host and shockingly enough, shows highlights for the 46-52 minutes of programming that are left after commercials. I love it. They show highlights of every game in the league that week but they’re smart enough to air less highlights if the game was a snoozfest even if one of the teams is a marquee name like Manchester United. If two teams like Fulham and Crystal Palace, near the bottom (Fulham) or at the bottom (Palace) of the table, end up having a highlight worthy match, they get 10 minutes of match highlights like they did on last night’s show.

I know people might refer me to Red Zone for the NFL as a comparative show but I don’t like just seeing the scoring. These highlights show slick plays that may have resulted in a shanked kick that should have been a goal. Or a good move at midfield that may not have had an impact on the score line at all. I like to think of it in a similar vein as what the Tuesday Morning Quarterback Gregg Easterbrook calls “Hidden Plays” which are “Hidden plays are ones that never make highlight reels, but stop or sustain drives”. Well, some of those plays do make the highlight reels in the EPL Review Show because they dedicate the proper amount of time to the game they are covering, not the people in the game they are covering.

I can praise this show all I want, but I get an odd feeling that TV executives at NBC, ESPN or Fox aren’t going to be listening to my carping. That’s okay because I’m a glass half full guy. What I’ll do is sit down every week and enjoy highlights from the most fantastic soccer league in the world. I’ll also get to see a second highlight goal from Steve Sidwell in Fulham, not long after Kasami’s goal of the year candidate. – Kevin

Stunt Granny Conversation: Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 2: Infected

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Jeremy:  You wanna talk Walking Dead? Get it posted sooner.

Kevin:  Sure. Where do you want to start?
Jeremy:  Could this week have been anymore bleak?
Kevin:  Not really. It was the most depressing episode in a while. The Jail fighting with Woodbury made you somewhat forget about the zombie problems last season.
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