The Walking Dead is back again. It’s the middle of February and its the middle of Season 10. We get to see what happens to Carol and the gang. Remember, they were trapped in the cave after Carol stupidly ran in after Alpha and the gang tried to stop her.
On the podcast, we review the Mid-Season Premier episode. We discuss if it was in Carol’s character to wildly chase after Alpha. We then talk about what happens to everyone once they are trapped in the cave and how they worked out a solution to try and leave the cave.
We catch up with the Whisperers and see how Negan is doing. Is Negan trying to prove his worth to Michonne and Judith or did he show his spots and turn traitor and ally himself to Alpha.
*** SPOIL THE SEASON***
Lastly, we do what we do every premier episode on AMC’s The Walking Dead – We spoil the season (#SpoilTheSeason) by revealing what happened in the comic and see if the events that transpire in the comic align with the events in the show. We have been pretty accurate so far.
Mid Season 9 of the Walking Dead was one of the more impactful seasons for Jon and myself. We are introduced to a new danger in the world named The Whisperers who are lead by the demented Alpha. We learn why Michonne is wary of strangers and how she go her scar. We learn about Lydia, the daughter of Alpha and find out if she will be friend or foe to the new alliance of Alexandria, Hilltop and The Kingdom. And the final question is answered: Can we start to trust Negan?
I ask Jon some question about the show like: What does he think about Alpha, Beta and The Whisperers? Jon goes into an eloquent discussion about the new characters and how he feels they came to exist and how dangerous they can be to everyone.
We talk about some other plot points that happened through the season and the shocking event that happened in the penultimate episode. Jon and I talk about who was lost and how impactful it will be in the show and it’s characters.
We then end the podcast with a review of spoilers that I gave in Podcast 195 and how accurate the comic is compared to the show. It is still a very accurate guide on the events that unfolded.