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Hey! Is this thing on? We're baaaaaaack........for a limited engagement. You didn't think we would let you guys process Michonne's last episode of The Walking Dead without us, did you? If you're still out there, make sure to use the ole #TDCPod so we can hear your thoughts about the episode. Y'all be well and we'll see you for the Rick movies. YOU …
 
We knew this day was coming, friends? Or did we? We wouldn't blame you if you thought we forgot about you since this is coming at ya six months late. But good things take time. We hope. Even though it's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday, we must. But really, it's a celebration, benches (any fans of The Good Place out there?). We compiled all of y…
 
On this bonus episode of Two Dead Chicks Podcast, Kia and Mel discuss fan/media conventions, the differences between the two, and how to navigate them. They also talk about how to set realistic expectations for your experience, things to do (and definitely not do), how much a fan experience can really cost and maybe which one not to go to. Subscrib…
 
In a shocking turn of events, we actually showed back up to do this recap of season 9 of The Walking Dead, five months late. We talk about that light that dimmed in our hearts once our main man was taken away, what it would take to pull us back into being a diehard fan and a look back at this little zombie show that changed our worlds. Subscribe to…
 
Remember to email us at twodeadchicks@gmail.com if you want to send us a voice memo/email/video to be a part of our final-ish episode. We're accepting submissions until April 18, 2019. And now... The season 9 finale of The Walking Dead walked 500 miles to be one of the whelmiest finales we've experienced. Hop in the car and go with us as we pretend…
 
On the penultimate episode of season 9 of The Walking Dead, we finally arrived at the fair or whatever this was. We watched in amazement as Alpha infiltrated the fair and then magically changed day to night and filthy to clean in a matter of mere moments. We also watched as Alpha impersonated a regular person named ‘Debbie’ and learned that normal …
 
OK. Where do we begin with this long-awaited episode of The Walking Dead? Our friend Tai Gooden helps us break this down. What started as excitement to see our main woman, Michonne (Danai Gurira), step into the spotlight turned to horror over what we were watching. The kids? Eff them kids. Yes, they deserved to die and we hope they burn in hell! No…
 
What in the actual hell was that, The Walking Dead? Henry and Lydia are the worst. Doesn't Dog need a snack or something? Somebody come get these kids. Meanwhile, The Highway Men are super stoked to watch Die Hard and so naturally The Kang and Queen Carol invite them to the fair because all of this seems like a great idea. Darth Beta is doing the m…
 
On this episode of The Walking Dead, Aaron Bae and his robocop arm stan a Queen and he now recognizes that, as we all know, Michonne is always right. Father Gabriel and Siddiq still don’t get it, but sure, go on to the fair to watch Die Hard while there are people literally running around WEARING DEAD PEOPLE’S FACES. Y’all deserve whatever storm is…
 
The greatest episode of The Walking Dead since Rick's death? We think not, new friend Brandon Davis. While not horrible, it was…fine. We're joined by our internet cousin (your internet auntie) Lise to discuss what she calls the dullest episode of the season. We talk about what special kink you need to have to wear walker masks during sex, how she a…
 
Hey, remember season 8's episode 10 where we had those powerful, post-Carl's death performances by Andy and Danai? Or season 7's episode 10 where we had Rick giving Michonne her anniversary cat? Or season 6's episode 10 where we ascended forever when we got Richonne? Yeah. Nothing like that happened here. We're not gonna say we hated this episode o…
 
Guess who's back/back again/we are back/tell a friend. I'm almost positive we've used that in episode notes before, but this is where we are. Season 9 of The Walking Dead, otherwise known as the last full season we'll acknowledge, rolls on and we're here for it. We did not mind this mid-season premiere at all, save for our usual Daryl and Negan dis…
 
The Walking Dead's mid-season finale brought some serious old school horror vibes to the official introduction of The Whisperers. Heard of them? Don't know how you could have missed it since everyone from the executive producers on down have teased this intro since San Diego Comic Con. We get it. Kia is joined by TWD super(ish) fans, Keyan and Kenn…
 
Welcome to Michael Cudlitz' directorial debut on The Walking Dead and the episode was a little all over the place. I guess we were supposed to forget that Michonne was the target of an assassination attempt just one episode ago and wonder why she's still being so hard. Don't worry Michonne; we remember. We get a little subtle confirmation that Yumi…
 
Like Michonne, we can find beacons of light shining through this post-Rick Grimes version of The Walking Dead, but man oh man, we sure felt his absence. Kicking off six (6) whole, entire, full years after Rick's presumed death, we find our remaining mains in much different spaces emotionally than when we left them: Daryl walked into the abyss of hi…
 
Welp. We’re a little all over the place and ramble-y in this week’s episode because: what? The end came and went. And we aren’t too sure how we feel about it. Maybe a little like some dynamite that’s been randomly abandoned on a bridge just waiting for Rick Grimes to light up our lives. But with the end of this episode of The Walking Dead came the …
 
We knew it was coming. But nothing could have truly prepared us for Rick Grimes’ penultimate episode, and the penultimate episode of our lives, really. The Walking Dead wants to make sure we know that glimmer of hope we felt that Daryl might have grown as a character was squashed by the fact that yet once again, because of Daryl’s bad decisions, Ri…
 
When The Walking Dead gives us the goods, they give us the damn goods! Just moments into the episode we’re talking about building the future which is code for making a Richonne baby. With the flick of a pencil, our ovaries exploded. And honestly, we think a lot of Grimes babies are gonna be born about 9 months from now… 'cause didn’t we all just ge…
 
It's 35 days later and we get both an actual timeline to connect episodes with and we know what season we're in! Will wonders never cease on The Walking Dead? Just kidding. They'll definitely cease in 3 episodes. But while we're here, we see how Rick and Michonne approach their respective solutions to the disharmony they see between the communities…
 
The dead are back to walk another day as the show kicks off its ninth season. There's a new showrunner, an 18 month time jump and the shadow of Andrew Lincoln's fastly approaching departure looming over us. We're not ready, but here we are. We talk a little about The Walking Dead's New York Comic Con panel and then we dig into the new threats of th…
 
Was it the power of persistence that paid off or did we just bewilder a super busy man - riding high during his busiest year ever! - into sitting down with us? Doesn't matter! Ross Marquand is chatting with ya girls and if you took on the mantle of reaching out to Ross via social media to nudge him along, a special thank you to you! Fun fact: Melis…
 
Happy mid-The Walking Dead hiatus! It’s been three months since we saw the last episode of season 8 and it will be another three months until season 9 starts. San Diego Comic Con is next week, and along with that comes a trailer and premiere date for season 9. Also, it’s 7/12. Also, it’s our two year anniversary! So what better way to celebrate tha…
 
Guys. We made it. With the quality of the show and the ratings declining, it’s been an interesting time to be a part of the TWD fandom. But we made it through together. We are joined by our #TDCPod Extreme Fan contest winner NettaBear (@nettabear13), contributing writer for Geek Girl Authority, to discuss the highs and lows of The Walking Dead’s 8t…
 
After being in battle for approximately 84 years, "All Out War" ended in the most anticlimactic season finale in the history of The Walking Dead. Eugene helped save the day with his bullet sabotage even if we aren’t entirely sure that’s how guns work. Can we all agree this isn’t enough to allow him back into the fold? Because he was definitely read…
 
In the penultimate episode of The Walking Dead’s eighth season, we bid farewell to the wrong villain. Boss Savior deserved more. We all did. But alas, Simon went out in a questionably choreographed fight to the death after planning a mutiny in broad daylight in the freaking courtyard. Because that makes sense. Speaking of things that don’t make sen…
 
Three great episodes and our long awaited ‘I love you’?! What a time to be alive! The Walking Dead delivered some emotional gut punches this week and some real *gasp* character growth. With callbacks to Andre, Duane, "Clear," Sophia and Carl we witnessed some of our group grapple with what it means to lose a child. For Carol, it meant facing her fe…
 
Two enjoyable episodes of The Walking Dead, back to back? Will wonders never cease? We clearly need more of Maggie because her last minute plans seem to be more put together than whatever is happening with Rick. However, as long as Rick is in slaughter mode, we'll accept it. The leather jacket of power has transferred to Simon and we quite enjoyed …
 
We've been had! We've been took! We've been hoodwinked! Bamboozled! Led Astray! Run amok! This is what he does. Yeah, we're talking about you, Nicotero. What did we ever do to you but want our Richonne content?! Despite the deception, this episode of The Walking Dead was, frankly, fun fun fun. We knew Negan was crazy about his bat, but we didn't kn…
 
Can we all agree that we want Tara dead? Just dead. Not dead or alive or. This girl spent the entire episode plotting Dwight’s death. Good thing for him, almost completely blind Father Gabriel, shoots better than she does. Speaking of Father Gabriel, we were both here for his spiritual awakening/new super powers. Seth Gilliam is brilliant to watch,…
 
While Richonne copes with the devastating blow of losing Carl, Jadis suffers the loss of literally everyone she ever knew when Simon (aka Boss Savior) takes out the trash. Blinded by grief, she changes into a white nightie and begins speaking in complete sentences. Grief really does crazy things to people. We are intrigued by the power struggle dyn…
 
Carl got bit. Fever hit. This storyline is sh*t. Gimple needs to quit. But yet here we are, The Walking Dead. Actually, we’re really here for Grimes Family 2.0, but you just had to go and mess that up, too. We see that Michael Myers aka Morgan the Ninja Turtle has decided that all life is not precious afterall. In fact, he has gone full on clear mo…
 
Happy Black Panther Release Week! To kick off Black Geek Week here in Nashville, Kia sat down with the ladies of Take Off Your Cool at The Lab to discuss what the release of this movie means to them, specifically as black women. The TOYC women also enlisted the opinions of several other black-led podcasts and put together a truly wonderful collabor…
 
It's an interesting time to be a fan of The Walking Dead or "fan" or casual watcher or whatever you want to call yourself. We're actually a little sad at what the show has become and we talk a little of that at the top, along with the sense of foreboding we're getting. Are we sad about the shoddy writing? The loss of Carl as a character (the way it…
 
Hmm. Tricky, tricky, The Walking Dead. First you give us a lot (a lot) of Eugene dialog, and we should hate you for that, but then you gave us a full on fight scene with Rick wrecking shop in. his. boxers. And it was at that point that we knew we weren't dreaming big enough. Eugene talks a big game and his actions even back it up, but secretly, he …
 
Ah, yes. Episode 6 of The Walking Dead, also known as the annual reminder that these seasons should not be 16 episodes long. As Melissa put it, this episode was an actual dumpster fire for her, full of whys: Why can we see Trash People ass, but not Rick and Michonne sex? Why was seeing Jadis with no clothes on necessary? Why don't we know this gran…
 
Melissa hated it, Kia kinda may think it's interesting -- TBD. Either way, this episode of The Walking Dead broke the streak of great it was having for the past two episodes of season 8. We check back in with Gabriel, last seen crouching in a corner while Negan played the boogie man. He decides to use this bonding time to pop the ol' priest collar …
 
Khary, Khary, Khary, Khary! The Kang knocked it out of the park on this week's episode of The Walking Dead (even though he had to spend a chunk of it with a horrible scene partner -- we're talking about you, knock off Jim Carrey). We talk about what this staggering defeat may mean for the Kang's leadership from now one, pour one out for a real one …
 
Well, while we can't say we're surprised that Eric shuffled off his mortal coil in this week's episode of The Walking Dead, we're sad. Who can Aaron call bae now? Maybe this actual baby that Rick conveniently orphaned for him the episode before? The less we say about this Morales trash, the better. But also, c'mon. We'd rather spend time talking ab…
 
Well, looks like we can officially say that it wasn't fatigue from Walker Stalker Con Atlanta that left us scratching our heads about this episode of The Walking Dead. While we love the multi-prong approach to total annihilation of the Saviors, we got a little bored with all of the gun action outside of the outpost. Inside, we were not impressed wi…
 
We prepared for this for months and the 3 days of Walker Stalker Atlanta 2017 literally flew by. We talk about our experiences, including meeting the winner of our scavenger hunt for #WSCAtlanta tickets, Danai Gurira's mishap with Kia's name and, of course, the unicorn photo op with Andy and Danai. We talk about some people here. Be sure to check o…
 
The Walking Dead has made it to its landmark 100 episode and, ya know, that's kind of a big deal. There were a lot of things we liked about this episode, but honestly, it was also a bit puzzling and we're surprised THIS was the episode that had so much brouhaha surrounding it. Rick anem set the pieces in motion to end Negan once and for all (thank …
 
Season 8 of The Walking Dead is basically here and unlike season 7, we're actually not dreading it (and it's not just because we heard there was some Richonne goodness to be had in the premiere). In this preview 'cast, we talk to some supporting players from the different communities to get their take on what we're in store for in season 8. Peter Z…
 
It was an uneven season of The Walking Dead and a wild ride for our first full season of real-time recaps. Thanks for sticking with us! We're joined by Erin Qualey (@miffedcupcake), editor at Hidden Remote, to discuss our overall feelings of this season. Richonne, of course, is an easy highlight. Beyond that, however, we struggled a bit to pull out…
 
Well, compared to "Last Day on Earth," the season seven finale of The Walking Dead was light years better. Sasha's last stand was masterful, but we're still feeling a little lacking when it comes to #Sashaham. We don't know if we quite bought the flashbacks and even so, it would have been better to see this when Abraham was actually on the show. Th…
 
The back half of season seven of The Walking Dead went by extremely fast; we're already at the penultimate episode! Rick and crew are in git 'er done mode as they arrive in Oceanside to jack all of their guns and ask them to become allies, but only giving them about 45 seconds to decide. We wonder why Michonne, the horrible shot, is sitting in the …
 
Winner of Talking Dead's first Ultimate Fan search, Greg Raiewski (@gregraiewski), joins us to talk "The Other Side." The performances were great in this episode of The Walking Dead, but the motivation leaves a little to be desired. Why did Sasha suddenly change her tune from the one who was trying to find a way out out alive to the one who decided…
 
A slow clap for Lennie James, please, as he turns in a brilliant performance in The Walking Dead's 13th episode of season seven. We take no pleasure in being right about Benjamin the Doomed's demise, as it's just one more thing that torments Morgan and the tenuous grip he has on his sanity. Once he snaps, kills Richard and throws a truth bomb about…
 
Hello, 7x12. How are you? We've been waiting for you for 6 months! This episode of The Walking Dead focuses heavily on the power couple of the zombie apocalypse -- none other than Rick and Michonne. They scavenge, they sex (though we thought we'd see more of that...), they slay. But these honeymooners get more than they bargained for when a near de…
 
Another compelling episode of The Walking Dead exploring the inner workings of the Sanctuary, giving us complex characterization of characters that really made a lasting impressi-- oh, wait. Nope. We're in full on "just here so we won't get fined" mode because an extended episode featuring Eugene, Dwight and the spirit of Sherry is a lot. Negan see…
 
We were certainly entertained by this episode of The Walking Dead (and by Rick bossing up), but these Junkyard People can GO. We don't trust them and we're surprised how much of a win our guys think this is. Don't turn your back on them is all we're saying. In other news, Richonne celebrates their anniversary (in our minds) with a Thunderdome-esque…
 
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