We Talk Walking Dead’s New Season and… That’s So Raven’s Return!

We’re back to talk about the grisly, brutal events on That’s So Raven and the wacky, psychic hijinks on The Walking Dead! Wait… did we mix those up again?

This week’s episode does actually end with a long, spoiler-packed conversation about the first two episodes of The Walking Dead’s seventh season and why Matt didn’t like the premiere (and why Eric didn’t either!) and what we felt about the tonal whiplash of meeting Ezekiel in the next episode. We give you a proper warning before we get to that, but there’s also plenty of news to discuss first. As you can see via the magic of time code!

1:25-10:00: We tangent our way into a conversation about That’s So Raven’s return (and rich mythology) and why we loved It’s Your Move

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Home Is Where the Heart Is – NCIS: Los Angeles

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NCIS: Los Angeles, Season 8
NCIS: Los Angeles
Genre: Drama
Price: $2.99
Release Date: October 30, 2016

After a maintenance man saved the life of a lieutenant commander, the NCIS team uncovers his dark past which puts a local teenager in danger. Also, Sam must decide which colleague to take to the Los Angeles football game.

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Why Director George A. Romero Is Mad About The Walking Dead

Romero has spoken out about the state of zombie dramas. As it turns out, however, it may not be zombie movies that are the only thing incurring George A Romero’s wrath.

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The Walking Dead’s Ezekiel: What We Know From The Comics

Following last week’s harrowing season premiere, The Walking Dead reverted back to something resembling peacetime for our first introduction to the newest leader in…

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How The Walking Dead Tried And Failed To Keep A Secret During The Ezekiel Auditions

The Walking Dead made big news over the hiatus with the announcement that the comics character King Ezekiel was on the way. Now, the actor who won the part has revealed some of the craziness that went into the audition process.

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The Fall – The Strain

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The Strain, Season 3
The Strain
Genre: Drama
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Release Date: October 30, 2016

Humanity teeters on the edge of destruction. The Master finally reveals himself, initiating the end game of a battle in which there can be only one winner. Eph, Fet, Setrakian, and Dutch must overcome their personal differences in a last-ditch effort to vanquish the strain.

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The Walking Dead Was Fun for the First Time Ever

Whenever things get too dark on TWD—usually when a main character dies—the show likes to follow up with a light-hearted episode. Case in point: while last week’s episode was unbelievably brutal and horrific, last night’s “The Well” was easily the most delightful The Waking Dead has ever been. But there was a lot more to it than just trying to cheer the audience up.

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