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Walking Dead: Season 7, Episode 5 Feedback Show | Go Getters

The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 5 Feedback: Go Getters

The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 5 Feedback: Go Getters

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The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 5 Feedback Show

Rob Cesternino (@RobCesternino) and Josh Wigler (@RoundHoward) answer questions from the Post Show Recaps listeners about Season 7, Episode 5 of The Walking Dead, “Go Getters”

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  • Isaiah Dustin Parter

    Steven Oggs originally auditioned for Negan, but the casting liked him enough to make up a new character (Simon) just for him.

    • Agent__Zigzag

      Awesome! I think he’s doing a great job. And has quite the rugged look.

  • TrentC

    That Carl and Enid screenshot is making me laugh way too much. Probably an indication of how I felt about that part of the episode.

    In the summer before High School, a young teen girl moves to Georgia and becomes estranged from her parents. She meets a shy, accident prone Boy Scout Leader and true love blossoms through their mutual obsession with chocolate pudding and semi automatic weapons target practice.

  • BearMustaine

    The roller skating didn’t happen in the comics…cause it’s dumb…how do you run from the dead in skates!
    (Romantically skating INSIDE the compound maybe)
    Carl is dumb anyway in both the comics and the show, he keeps getting a pass cause he’s Rick’s son….Maggie calls him out once in the comics for getting people killed so at least fair play to her for that.
    Just die already Carl..ffs

  • J-me not Hi-me

    With regards to the Saviors letting the Walkers into Hilltop, I assumed that the reason that no one was fighting back is because they had all been locked into their trailers, like Maggie and Sasha were. They climbed out through the roof, and everyone else we saw ran out the front door of the mansion. So I think what Simon said to Gregory was likely honest: they weren’t actually trying to kill everyone, they just wanted to remind the group that they easily could.