On this episode of Fear the Walking Dead Talk Through, Mark, Kyle and I talk through Today and Tomorrow. Fear the Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 was written by Richard Naing & David Johnson, and directed by Sydney Freeland.
Kyle missed last week’s episode, so we began with his feedback on S5E13 Leave What You Don’t. We also got feedback from Todd and Aaron. recommendation this time out to listen to it to pick up some insights on Leave What You Don’t. Discussion about this episode, in particular, begins at 22 minutes 38 seconds into the episode.
I wanted to highlight the link to the Forbes article mentioned for DeEtta’s feedback. Overall, this one was a mixed bag. It wasn’t a bad episode, with not nearly as many things to point out as the last episode had, but still not up to the quality we expect from this show.
There’s a story point about Virginia/Ginny from an AMC article that we elude to several times during the podcast that we finally discuss during the News, Ratings and Info section. It describes her as an efficiency expert, a cost-cutter or re-organizer that explains a lot about this character that you may not have seen up until now. We also talk about the Talking Dead Twitter backlash, which you can find out about here.
Please leave your feedback! We got a good dose of feedback again this week, so keep it comin’! Next time, we’ll cover any additional feedback we get for S5E14 Today and Tomorrow, and then talk through Fear the Walking Dead, Season 5 Episode 15, titled Channel 5. Get your feedback in by 6 PM Eastern/5 PM Central on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. One of the best ways to submit feedback is on our Facebook group. You can also send us an email at our new email: email@example.com or call our new voicemail at 216-232-6146.
This season, collecting the feedback has been challenging, and we could use your help. Our availability is limited for each of us on Tuesdays when the bulk of the feedback comes in. We have to grab it from the various sources, including the Facebook group, the feedback form, email, and voice mail; put it into a Google doc; separate it into the appropriate sections of the podcast: Ratings, sauces, and feedback; and then fix things like spelling mistakes, grammar, and format, and then divide it by who will read it. If you are available most Tuesdays that we have an episode to record and want to help the podcast ou