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Walking Dead Season 5, Episode 5 Recap: Self Help

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Eugene reveals that he’s not actually a Scientist in The Walking Dead Season 5, Episode 5 entitled, “Self Help” from November 9, 2014

In this episode, Rob and Josh discuss the following questions from tonight’s episode:

  • How does Eugene’s revelation impact Abraham and the entire series?
  • Is Eugene dead?
  • Where does Abraham and his group go from here?
  • What does the second half of the Walking Dead season look like?
  • Will Glenn and Maggie push for the rest of the group to reunite?
  • What was the significance of Abraham’s Flashbacks?
  • What will happen next week?

Join Rob and Josh again next Sunday night when they recap The Walking Dead Season 5, Episode 6 on November 16th, 2014

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The Walking Dead 2014: Season 5, Episode 5 Recap, "Self Help" Review LIVE on November 9, 2014

The Walking Dead 2014: Season 5, Episode 5 Recap, “Self Help” Review LIVE on November 9, 2014

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  • StephenDrabek

    Did you guys know that Christian Serratos who plays Rosita is a Survivor fan? She tweeted on November 5th that she wants Keith to take the whole game.

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      • I wonder if you could get her on the podcast!

        That would be a way to get Eugene to watch! 🙂

        • jsizzlefresh

          That would be really cool

  • Ricky

    I’d like to hose down Josh Wigler <3

    • Josh Wigler

      Get in line!

  • NatalieKuchik

    I loved when Josh said “I am not a podcaster…I am a scientist.” I nearly chocked on my coffee when I heard that this morning.

    I agree with Josh – I think his wife left because he killed 3, maybe more men from what I could tell in that shot of dead bodies. It was probably a side of him she never saw and it scared her.

  • I actually like the absence of Rick. He’s an intense guy.

    With Rick in the mix, the only question is “How fast are these bad guys going down?”

    With him not there, the question becomes “Will these guys be taken down before Rick gets there, and if not, how fast is he going to take care of them?”