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Fear the Walking Dead S2 Ep #4 Recap | Blood in the Streets + Interview with Brendan Meyer

Fear the Walking Dead 2016: Season 2, Episode 4 Recap - Blood in the Streets

Fear the Walking Dead 2016: Season 2, Episode 4 Recap – Blood in the Streets

Podcast Recap of ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ Season 2 Episode 4, “Blood in the Streets” on May 2, 2016


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Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino) and Alex Kidwell (@alexkidwell) set sail once again to recap the the second season of AMC’s new Walking Dead spin-off series, Fear the Walking Dead with our podcast cover Season 2, Episode 4, “Blood in the Streets”.

Rob Interviews Brendan Meyer (Jake) Starting at 38:10

Then Rob talks with Brendan Meyer who played “Jake” on “Fear the Walking Dear” and the “Flight 462″ webisodes.  That interview starts at 38:10

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  • Michele P.

    What an epic surprise to hear from Brendan, and also hearing that he is a fan as well. Would be fun to hear him on future podcasts…:)

  • Matthew Murphy

    Once again the podcast was better than the episode. Great hearing from Alex and the exit interview with raft boy was decent, too bad there’s only room for one disfigured kid in TWD universe.
    And Rob you tip toed around it but Maddy and Travis are really really boring and the show would be better if it didn’t have to focus on them. I don’t think she’s going to be anything close to a Deannna figure seeing as she’s already Andrea 2.
    The show really needed the Lost influence, although the timeline in the show is more confusing that season 5.

  • Tim Forbes

    I thought this was a great episode and probably the best so far. All the characters made sense this episode and I felt they all acted appropriately. With the exception of the first episode, every episode has been really good this season so far. The criticism of this show I feel is mostly unfair.

    • TrentC

      I really enjoyed this episode as well. I’m in the camp that though the first few eps this season were blah and feared it wouldn’t develop beyond that. My latest critique is a little abstract. I feel that they’ve already leap frogged the original series in terms of how to handle walkers. Coupled with Nick’s discovery that zombie goo is good camouflage, they seem to be a little jaded when it comes to terror/fear filled events. In the sense that zombies have become passe and they already realize people are the real potential horror.

      All that being said, there’s a lot to like here and I’m looking forward to some of the cast biting it…and others to become complete badasses. Nick Grimes?

  • David Tapia

    Really enjoyed the Strand flashback… and a good way to separate from TWD proper. Maybe we will get a Daniel flashback as well.

  • TrentC

    Alex Kidwell! The hardest working man behind the scenes in Rhap n roll. Enjoyed the recap and hope to hear more from Alex in the future.

    Thanks for the recap and interview.

  • William Northrup

    Hands down the best episode this season, so far. My only gripe: I feel the show used Strand’s sexuality as a twist, thinking it would be a surprise shock to the audience. I wish it had been more organic.