Stunt Granny Conversation: Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 1: 30 Days without an Accident

le-season-premiere-sera-diffuse-dimancheThe long nightmare is over. Finally, The second best drama (Justified being the absolute best obviously.) on television is back. This means the return of Jeremy and Kevin giving their views and insight in to the forthcoming season. So with one episode in the bag let’s get to it shall we? Oh, as a matter of fairness, specific plot points will be discussed. In other words spoilers abound. If you read any further it is your fault stupid. So you have been warned.

Jeremy: So, where to begin with this episode? I liked it. Seemed like a nice set up for the rest of the season without being boring.

Kevin: They left a lot of questions to be answered. So that was good. Always weird to me the time warp that happens between seasons. It leads to its own questions.

Jeremy: Yes they have done that each season so it isn’t as jarring now. It does feel, this time around, that we have missed some big developments. Tyreese has a girlfriend. Beth has become a cold-hearted trollop. They found pigs! I wanted to see that episode

Kevin: I was waiting for that pig to become a zombie pig.

Jeremy: I think the majority of the audience was as well. I know I got giddy and blurted out Zombie Pigs! So let’s start there with the ending, the pig clearly died of an infection. The nerd guy, from Phineas and Ferb, died of an infection. The hook is how it got there. I am guessing tainted food?

Kevin: Salmonella! Stupid people forgot to pick up handiwipes.

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Stunt Granny Conversation: Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 16: Welcome To The Tombs

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Sixteen episodes have come and gone and we covered every single one of em, at least we think, maybe not. Anyway, the season finale is over and after a whole lot of bullets what did our guys think? How were their survival predictions? Just how awful were Kevin’s picks? Did Andrea finally redeem herself? Was that a different face from Michonne? Will someone grab Hershel a comb or a brush already? How badass is Carl now? Is he right in his actions? Have we finally seen the last of ghost wife? How about that twist form The Governor? No one saw that one coming huh? Who is running Woodbury now? Keep on reading after the “more” and find out.

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The Walking Dead Survival List

Some of us aren't going to make it. Right T-Dog?

Some of us aren’t going to make it. Right T-Dog?

This Sunday brings us the season three finale of The Walking Dead. If you have been watching or just reading our coverage here then you know that business is about to close for the group. All season long has been the build to a final, probably, battle between the residents of the prison and the militia from Woodbury. Kevin and Jeremy give their predictions without knowing any of the spoilers so check it out and use it as a scorecard for Sunday as characters get bumped off. Well, I mean there should be people dying Sunday. Jeez, I sure hope so or we are going to look really silly.

The Prison

Rick

They have knocked off some big names on this show but he’s the main character even if the show is more of an ensemble cast. – 100% Survival Chance. -Kevin

Early in the season there were rumors that season three show runner Glen Mazzara had intended to kill off Rick and that is what led to his dismissal. It would have been a risky move since he seems to be one of a few untouchables in the series. There is 1% chance Rick gets the axe during or after the battle. He is the rallying point and the group’s core. Although it may make for interesting television the move would be too unpopular.  99% chance of survival. -Jeremy

Carl

This kid has been chomping at the bit to see more action. He’s finally going to get it. There’s a new kid on the block so he’s expendable. – 70% Survival Chance.-Kevin

Carl has slowly grown from season to season and there is just too much story left for him. His relationship with his father has yet to be explored fully. How does a boy come of age in a zombie apocalypse?
85% chance of survival.-Jeremy

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Stunt Granny Conversation: Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 15: This Sorrowful Life

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Spolier. Bwahahahahah too bad.

Well, all of that just happened.  The Walking Dead last night just kicked us all in the nether regions and then took off on us like a common mugger. “This Sorrowful Life” had a little bit of everything; Death, redemption, love, hope and a lot of failure. In yet another “quiet” episode a lot sure happened and Jeremy and Kevin are here to discuss most of it. Yeah we are supposed to say all of it but come ne some things will fall through the cracks, cough, Carol, Hershel and Rick. It is all lead up to next week’s season three finale and potential showdown between Rick and The Governor. Is that the battle we even want to see now? Has last night’s events changed the main event showdown? How does one man cause so much havoc on a whim while the leader of a group can’t come up with the same idea? Who had Zombie kill of the week? How do you hotwire a car with one hand? What laws exist regarding divorce in the time of the zombie apocalypse?  Just keep reading to find out.

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Stunt Granny Conversation: Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 14: Prey

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We are two episodes away from the season finale of The Walking Dead and boy o boy have things turned up. Did this episode finally redeem Andrea at all? Is she still a moron or was this finally the opportunity for her to become more than a one dimensional character? Is it worth saving Milton for another season if this is indeed the end of The Governor arc? Why is he the only person who routinely calls The Governor by his first name? Wasn’t that confidential information as well as a big plot point earlier? Is it time for betting odds on who does and does not make it out of this season? As always spoilers abound so don’t read if you haven’t watched. Well, feel free and read if you want but no complaining afterwards.

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Stunt Granny Conversation: Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 13: Arrow on the Doorpost

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Yeah it is a day late but we needed some time to recover from our journeys in Nashville so calm down. This week’s episode of The Walking Dead: titled Arrow on the Doorpost was another place holder episode but it allowed viewers to get more involved with some of the peripheral characters before all hell eventually breaks loose. Who thinks Rick is still having lingering effects from his crazy spell? Did Hershel agree to war or was his silence a hook for next week? Who knew Beth knew how to shot a gun? Who is sacrificing her friends for some lovin? You ever screwed in a shed with zombies at the door?  Was there enough Daryl this week? Where did Maggie learn her MMA? How much do strategically lit sex scenes blow? Yeah there is more and beware of spoilers but really it is Tuesday afternoon; you should have watched already.

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Stunt Granny Conversation: Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 12: Clear

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As the season winds down this week The Walking Dead took a break from the conflict with the governor and Woodbury to bring us some good ole fashion character development. It also featured the return of a nearly forgotten character. How did this go over with Jeremy and Kevin? Was this the right thing to do or the show? Is it the best part of The Walking Dead? What was the zombie kill of the week? Who made the biggest leap as a character finally? Is there much of a chance for more character development going forward this season? As always spoilers abound so if you haven’t watched yet it is your own fault!

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