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The Walking Dead Season 7 Finale Review

This week on We Talk Dead, hosted by Sarah Mason and Jake Essoe of The HMC, review and recap of The Walking, Season 7 finale episode 16, 'The First Day of the Rest of Your Life'.

Dwight pleads for his life as a vengeful Daryl can barely be contained egged on by Tara still mourning over the loss of Denise. Not so fast, we might need this guy. Turns out Dwight is a pretty proficient Lumberjack, tree blockade anyone? Unfortunately it doesn't stop Negan and his Saviors from descending upon Alexandria ready to rumble. But wait! Rick's got the Heepsters, right? Meanwhile in a dark undefined room not explained till the end of the episode, Sasha keeps having dreams or flashbacks of her and Abraham chatting it out lovingly in the room they first consecrated their feelings in (Cudlitz makes a surprise appearance). What is that all about? Sadly, we find out but it's one hell of a heroic reveal. Thank you Sasha! And just when we think all is lost, we're reminded, we got lots more friends. Negan, next time don't bring a bat to a tiger fight.

The Season 7 finale of The Walking Dead delivered some momentary, but much needed justice for fans. It appears a bigger battle is in store for us in Season 8 but for now, we're celebrating. #SHIVA2020

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Posted by: Sarah Mason and Jake Essoe on Apr 19, 2017 at 12:03:45 am walking dead, season 7 finale, tv reviews

The Walking Dead Ep 714 Review

This is We Talk Dead, a weekly Walking Dead podcast hosted by Sarah Mason and Jake Essoe from the HMC.

In this week's episode of We Talk Dead, review & recap of Episode 714 "The Other Side". At the Hilltop, Simon and the Savior crew need a doctor since Negan threw their last one in the furnace. Gregory is not too happy about this but after some strategic ass kissing behind the trailer, he bends the knee -- but not before getting a get out of death free pass from Simon should Gregory choose to visit the Savior compound -- Huh? Meanwhile, Daryl and Maggie hide out in the food cellar where Daryl finally breaks down and apologizes to Maggie for killing Glenn. Ah but Zen Maggie is way ahead of him, seeing the big picture, placing no blame on his winged shoulders and simply asking him to help her win.

Rosita and Sasha decide to take an ill advised and most probably ill fated road trip to the Saviors compound to Kick Ass! After some friendly cat fighting over Sasha's necklace, you know, the one Rosita made for Abraham who then gave it to Sasha, they work out their differences. At the compound they bump into Eugene who apparently really is Negan. What the hell Eugene!

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The Walking Dead Ep 713 - Review & Recap

arah Mason and Jake Essoe host "We Talk Dead" for The HMC Network. This week, review and recap of The Walking Dead Episode 713 "Bury Me Here".

Meanwhile back in The Kingdom... We find trouble in Ezekiel's royal garden as an infection threatens to take out all the gardens. Carol's starting to get hip to the fact that something much more serious went down in Alexandria and she confronts Morgan for answers. Benjamin wants Carol to be his sensei after seeing her handily take out 5 Walkers with a sign post. Richard itching to get the fight started, sabotages The Kingdom's weekly drop with The Saviors leading to unintended and unforgivable consequences. Morgan figures it out and spirals out of control -- Uh oh, Clear? Carol to the rescue, for now.

Episode 713 continues where 712 left off in bringing us back to why we love The Walking Dead -- great zombie action, characters and a story we love that's actually getting somewhere. Big shout out to Karl Makinen aka Richard, for is phenomenal performance in this episode. Lennie James is equally amazing, as always.

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The HMC Network is a podcast network featuring genre entertainment commentary, movie and TV reviews, video game reviews, lifestyle & travel, event & Con media coverage & more. Featured on the Creative COW is our flagship podcast, The Harold & Maudecast hosted by Sarah Mason and Jake Essoe. The Harold & Maudecast covers recaps and reviews of the latest Walking Dead and Game of Thrones episodes, Now Playing movie reviews, film festival and Comic Con & fan fest event coverage, technology expos and more. Fandom Never Gets Old.


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