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Walking Dead Season 5, Episode 3 Recap: Four Walls and a Roof


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LIVE at 10:15 pm ET / 7:15 pm PT, Rob Cesternino and Josh Wigler recap The Walking Dead Season 5, Episode 3 entitled, “Four Walls and a Roof”. Join us for our live review immediately after the episode.

In tonight’s recap Rob and Josh ask the following questions from the episode:

  • How do Rob and Josh react to the death of Bob?
  • What exactly was Gareth’s plan for Rick and everybody?
  • How did Rick know to come back to the church?  Did they know that Gareth was coming back?
  • Who did Daryl return back to the church with?
  • How was Bob’s “Tainted Meat” speech different in the television show than it was in the comic books?
  • Would Gareth and the other people from Terminus get infected with the virus had they lived?
  • Can Rick trust Gabriel after his “confession” at the church?
  • Was Abraham correct to try and get Eugene out of the church?
  • Should Rick have waited at the church for Daryl and Carol to come back?
  • Should Sasha have left Bob’s side in his dying moments to go and get revenge on Gareth?
  • How happy was Josh to see Michonne reunited with her sword?
  • What do we think is going to happen next week with Beth?
  • Was it right for Glen and Maggie to head to Washington, D.C. with Abraham?
  • What was the meaning of the letter “A” that was seen outside the church?

Be sure to join Rob and Josh again next Sunday night back at 10:15 pm ET for our recap of The Walking Dead Season 5, Episode 4: Slabtown

Walking Dead 2014: Season 5, Episode 3 Recap | Four Walls and a Roof LIVE on Sunday, October 26, 2014

Walking Dead 2014: Season 5, Episode 3 Recap | Four Walls and a Roof LIVE on Sunday, October 26, 2014

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  • Ricky

    Josh Wigler is such a bear <3

  • Tom Oosterbroek

    Why did they split up? That was sooooo stupid. What about all the talk about never splitting up, yadiyadi. I know the show likes to chop things up in a few storylines to follo, but it seemed so unnecessary. Abraham must know that you don;t just rush through Zombieapocalyptica, and that there is strength in Numbers. Now they’ve split up, just because Abraham couldn’t wait one freaking day.

    • Roberto

      Also, they’ve been way too successful finding each other again so far, I have dealt with it considering they are still close to Atlanta somehow. But even with a route and a meeting point it will be quite the accomplishment to reunite yet again on a more national scale.

  • Matthew Gregg

    I like Eugene…..

  • Roberto

    I know Josh doesn’t want to spoil because he reads the comics, but his non-answers were really getting on my nerves. He kept ending the discussion without adding anything to it. You can’t just say “because he/she is a badass” and leave it there. Rob thrives on the back and forth, and cutting him down like that really hurts the podcast. Maybe a third Co-Host that hasn’t read the comics would help.

    • Josh Wigler

      Sorry to get on your nerves! It’s not always an easy line to walk, especially so late at night after a very long day. Can’t win ’em all.

      • Roberto

        Thanks for replying, but no need to apologize, I understand its a fine line and I do enjoy the podcasts. I might have sounded a lot harsher than I meant to.

        • Josh Wigler

          No problem! I totally get the point.

      • Carol Gillis

        I enjoy your point of view a great deal! You and Rob make an excellent team.

      • StyleZ

        Spoiler section Wigler, spoiler section

    • Edward McNamara

      Roberto, I agree, this is a problem with a few of Rob’s RSR shows. When Rob said he was going to read Game of Thrones, it worried me.
      I can understand how initially it seems like a perfect idea to have co-hosts who are huge fans and familiar with the material, but when it comes to actually having a fun discussion, picking apart the shows, predicting what the future holds, etc. having these book readers as co-hosts ends up killing the discussion.
      Let Josh host a Comic book podcast and find a new co-host who can enjoy the show along with the rest of us, unspoiled.

      • Matt Campbell

        That’s pretty unfair on Josh. I don’t think I’ve ever heard of someone being criticised for having TOO MUCH knowledge on a show before. It seems the show only very loosely follows the graphic novels, so essentially Josh is still reacting to the show like the rest of us because he doesn’t know whether the show will deviate and how.

        As someone who has read the Song of Ice and Fire novels, I think Josh does a really good job on the GoT recaps(which largely do follow the books as best they can) of deflecting questions that he knows the answer to back onto only the information that has been presented in the show at that point.

        Not adding to a discussion or question does not constitute hinting at spoilers, it just means whatever information Josh may have from the comics is not relevant to the show, and therefore doesn’t need to be said.

  • Nick

    For whoever it was complaining about them talking about Andrew J. West (who played Gareth) being a series regular, thinking it was a spoiler… think again!

    Btw, this recap isn’t showing on the main page of PSR if you didn’t know (or any reference to TWD actually).