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#74 – “Waiting for the Downfall” – FTWD S1:E2 – “So Close, Yet So Far”

Lorenzo James Henrie as Chris - Fear The Walking Dead _ Season 1, Episode 2 - Photo Credit: Justina Mintz/AMC

Just as Fear The Walking Dead is starting to ramp up, we are officially on a two week hiatus! Either way, the second episode was definitely enough to keep us interested and tide us over until then. In this episode of The Walking Dead Enthusiasts Podcast we discuss:

  • Mutha F’in Zombies, on a Mutha F’in Plane – read the article about the web series
  • Who is the “Rick Grimes” of this series?
  • Will Fear The Walking Dead lose its gusto once the apocalypse-scenario plays out?
  • Does the show have bad writing, or are the characters just dumb?
  • Which of the main characters will die first?
  • Are black characters specifically targeted in The Walking Dead franchise?
  • If you don’t like FEAR, read this Reddit post about how to enjoy the show a bit more

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Thanks for listening to this episode! We’ll be back next week to chat about Season 1 Episode 3 entitled The Dog.

Dennis Patrick

Dennis is one of the founding members of TWD Enthusiasts Podcast. In his spare time, you can find him playing video games and working with online media. He eats Taco Bell on the regular.
  • Hiyasashii

    That reddit link was good, thanks! But she discounted the information that the mom already had based on her experiences with both Cal AND Matt. After that, she should have known to stay away from the principal, especially when he could not communicate with her, and she could have said ‘uh we gotta get going but we will call 911 for you!’ Which is pretty much what they did for Matt. I totally thought they were going to try and take that kid to the emergency room, but they just said welp, gottagonowbie! The dialogue is both sparse and tedious and the younguns are so far the most emotive actors. Thanks, Katharine