Mon, 24 March 2014
In the fourth episode of this weekly bite-sized WALKING DEAD post-mortem, Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg (DOC OF THE DEAD; ZOMBIEMANIA; “Zombies in Popular Media” at the University of Baltimore; world renowned zombie expert) reviews this week’s feel-good episode, “Us!” Groups are coming together and reuniting, but will following the rules give them a chance to claim salvation or lose it? And as the survivors are finding their way to a place called Terminus, will everyone make it there alive only to wind up being on a menu?
Find out what was good, what wasn’t so good, and what sort of grade the Doctor thinks the episode deserves. With G2V Podcast producer and co-host Scott Woodard!
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Show Music: “Bitter Pill” (feat. Vosmoy) by Still Pluto.
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Sun, 23 March 2014
SciFi Diner Podcast: Listener Feedback Show Ep. 100 - George R.R. Martin Answers Our Game Of Thrones Conundrum; Almost Human Might Not Be Blade Runner, But Rocks At Moonlighting
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In tonight’s show, we discuss the following: George R.R. Martin's responds to our Game of Thrones conundrum; more thoughts on Ron D. Moore's "Devolution of SciFi"; Almost Human might not be Bladerunner, but is perfect SciFi Moonlighting, the Walking Dead offers flowers, Marvel: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. continually gets better, and we share Paul and Storm's "Write Like The Wind."
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Category:SciFi Diner Podcast -- posted at: 8:44pm EDT