Walking Dead: Season 7, Episode 6 Feedback Show | Swear November 30, 2016 Listen to the Podcast Download Now playing The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 6 Feedback Show Rob Cesternino (@RobCesternino) and Josh Wigler (@RoundHoward) answer questions from the Post Show Recaps listeners about Season 7, Episode 6 of The Walking Dead, “Swear” Join us LIVE at 10:15 pm ET on Sunday for our recap of the next episode. Watch this past week’s Recap Episode: Listen to the latest recap Podcast Subscribe to Post Show Recaps Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Isaiah Dustin Parter Oceanside actually is in the comics. It’s just mentioned like around issue 139 or something, but it’s not really seen. So they’ve brought it in the show fairly early considering we are at about issue 105 of the comics in the show. Lance Davis Give me the LOST episode –Tricia Tanaka Is Dead– everyday of the week over this dreck TWD churned out with Swear! Maybe the episode could’ve been a lot better if Tara and Heath stumbled across an old DHARMA van and tried to push it down a hill wiping out a herd of Walkers in the process and crashing it into the Oceanside community… I’d watch that. #VictoryOrDeath https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=de8h27wsxpY TrentC Thank you. That is absolutely one of my favorite moments from Lost (love the song). As opposed to my favorite moment of ‘Swear’, the part where Tara flips the bird at the little monster girl Lizzie…er…Rachel. Buck Hondo Thinking back on it, all of my favorite moments from Lost resonate with me mostly because of the music. Existing music that was selected for the show, like the Three Dog Night track at the end of “Tricia Tanaka is Dead” was great, but Michael Giacchino’s original score is haunting. All of the most moving scenes from the whole series are underpinned by his powerful orchestral pieces. Katrice Howard 1) My prediction is that Tara will be put in a delimma to give up the info about Oceanside to Negan in order to save the Alexandrians OR negan will find Oceanside and Cindy will escape to find Tara. 2) heathe is taken by the saviors but they treat him well not knowing he’s an alexandrian and then he will help save Daryl with Carl.