TV Copilot Ep 007 “The Walking Dead”
Welcome to TV Copilot, the podcast where I take you on a trip through the ins, outs, ups, and betweens of televised shows for visual media. This is episode number 7, and I’m intending to discuss the zombie medical drama “The Walking Dead”.
I am “Johnny Feisty”, here to lead you on a journey through what is most likely a work of dramatic fiction. I’m going to talk about where The Walking Dead came from. I will have a special guest to talk about what kind of cultural impact this show has made. And we’ll also have some clips and information about the show that you may not have known.
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2. I Watched What Now?
“The Walking Dead”. I know I said that we’d be talking about The Wiggles this week, but you know what? Turns out those guys are Australian. And I am forbidden from talking about anything related to Australia…
I must warn you. This week’s clips are perhaps a bit unsettling for younger listeners. Especially the clips of zombies chewing on peoples heads.
Special Guest: Joining us via Instant Messenger, is zombie cultural expert, Barbara Q. St. John Smith.
1. CDC Personnel
2. Not anybody connected to the actual television program, The Walking Dead.
Recommendy if you Likey
This is where I recommend where you, the listener, can go next to fulfill your multimedia hopes and dreams after hearing all these wonderful things about The Walking Dead.
1. Movie: House of the Dead.
2. TV Show: Not too many good zombie shows
3. Book: World War Z
4. Music: “Zombie”-themed tunes
Let me Sum Up
Johnny rates a tee-vee show
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