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Episode: 701
Airdate: October 23, 2016
Directed by: Greg Nicotero
Showrunner: Scott M. Gimple
Written by: Scott M. Gimple (episode); Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, Tony Moore (graphic novels); Frank Darabont (creator)

Six months have passed since the final episode of Season 6, an episode that left a bad taste in the mouths of many as they were forced to wait to see who Negan would choose. The episode ended on a first person perspective of the victim, Lucille coming down on his or her head, watching as the world faded to black. It felt, in many ways, to be an unfair ending to a season that was – to be honest – rather uneven at times. And while cliffhangers have a long and storied tradition in Hollywood, it still felt a little cheap. So with tonight’s big reveal, is all forgiven in Walking Dead Land?

<<Spoiler Alert: The following review will discuss plot points of The Walking Dead S07E01, “The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be” – read more at your own risk.>>
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Steve and Dan TWD 2

Steve and Dan discuss events from the fifth episode of Season 5 of The Walking Dead, “Self Help”. This week, Steve and Dan over-analyze mullets, Eugene’s choice of reading material, and Abraham’s “dolphin-smooth” buttocks. Will Abraham find Eugene’s pressure washing technique useful in getting out, out that damned spot? Tune in to find out.

<<Spoiler Warning: This podcast discusses events in The Walking Dead Season 5, Episode 5 “Self Help” at length, as well as referring to events in previous episodes.>>

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Episode: 505
Airdate: November 9, 2014
Directed by: Ernest R. Dickerson
Showrunner: Scott M. Gimple
Written by: Heather Bellson, Seth Hoffman (episode); Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, Tony Moore (graphic novels)

Last week was a change of pace as we got to catch up with a long-lost member of the group; this week is another focus episode, again following a group that’s split off from the main bunch. While last week felt a little like a hiccup after three amazing episodes to begin the season, how will tonight’s turn out, with a much more action-oriented crew involved? Click through after the break to get my take on “Self Help.”

<<Spoiler Alert: The following review will discuss at length plot points of The Walking Dead S05E05, “Self Help” – read more at your own risk.>>
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Episode: 505
Airdate: November 9, 2014
Directed by: Ernest R. Dickerson
Showrunner: Scott M. Gimple
Written by: Heather Bellson, Seth Hoffman

After last week’s departure from the main group, this week we’re going to get a second episode that deals with things away from Rick and the gang. Unfortunately for pretty much all of us, it won’t give us any of the burning questions left from the last two weeks; fortunately, we get to spend time with a couple of fan-favorite characters before rejoining the main story. Click through for my full preview of Episode 505.

<<Spoiler Warning: This Sneak Peek of The Walking Dead Season 5, Episode 5 “Self Help” includes promotional material from AMC, discusses recent episodes, and will speculate on future events.>>
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TWD Season 5 Splash


At A Glance:

Title: The Walking Dead
Season Premiere: October 12, 2014
Channel: AMC
Production Companies: company(s) AMC Studios, Circle of Confusion, Darkwood Productions, Valhalla Motion Pictures
Showrunner: Scott M. Gimple
Executive Producers: Frank Darabont, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert, Robert Kirkman, Charles H. Eglee, Glen Mazzara, Scott M. Gimple, Greg Nicotero, Tom Luse
Writers: Charlie Adlard (52 episodes, 2010-2014), Nichole Beattie (5 episodes, 2012-2014), Ryan C. Coleman (1 episode, 2013), Frank Darabont (52 episodes, 2010-2014), Charles H. Eglee (1 episode, 2010), Adam Fierro (1 episode, 2010), Scott M. Gimple (9 episodes, 2011-2014), Curtis Gwinn (2 episodes, 2013-2014), Seth Hoffman (3 episodes, 2013-2014), David Johnson (2 episodes, 2011-2012), Angela Kang (7 episodes, 2011-2014), Sang Kyu Kim (1 episode, 2012), Robert Kirkman (52 episodes, 2010-2014), Jack LoGiudice (1 episode, 2010), Glen Mazzara (8 episodes, 2010-2013), Tony Moore (52 episodes, 2010-2014), Matthew Negrete (2 episodes, 2013-2014), Channing Powell (2 episodes, 2013-2014), Evan T. Reilly (6 episodes, 2011-2013), Frank Renzulli (1 episode, 2012)
Starring: Andrew Lincoln, Steven Yeun, Chandler Riggs, Norman Reedus, Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Emily Kinney, Chad L. Coleman, Sonequa Martin-Green, Lawrence Gilliard, Jr., Alanna Masterson, Michael Cudlitz, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos

Much more than in any of the previous three seasons of AMC’s The Walking Dead, Season 4 left us with a real cliffhanger. In the interest of not spoiling anything for those three of you that still haven’t finished viewing all of Season 4, or have perhaps been saving it for the inevitable AMC marathon that has been happening over the last several nights, I won’t allude to any details in this opening paragraph. If you want to read my brief synopsis of where things stand, and my suggestions as to where things may be going, click through to read after the break. Most importantly – the wait is almost over!

<<SPOILER ALERT: This preview article will be discussing events from Season 4 of The Walking Dead, as well as reviewing promotional material AMC has made available during the hiatus, and suggestions as to where Rick and the gang might be heading. Click through if you dare!>>
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