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TWDTT 119 – Find Me (S10E18)

The Walking Dead Talk Through
The Walking Dead Talk Through
TWDTT 119 - Find Me (S10E18)

Find Me!

For episode 119 of The Walking Dead Talk Through, Brian and LT talk through The Walking Dead Season 10 Episode 18 titled Find Me. Find Me was written by Nicole Mirante-Matthews and directed by David Boyd.

Puppy Dog!

We get a Dog origin story this week. It turns out that Daryl WASN’T the one to name him Dog. It turns out… Leah did. Who’s Leah, you ask? We’ve never seen her before, but what happened to her? Will we see her again? Will she be in the next series?

Daryl’s got a girlfriend! Daryl’s got a girlfriend?

It turns out that Daryl met and had a relationship in that seven-year period after Rick’s death, Daryl had a relationship with a woman he met named Leah. Daryl was given an ultimatum, where he had to choose between his people, staying out there looking for Rick, and being with Leah. By the time he decided, it was too late, but why did he have to make that decision? It seemed baffling to us, especially me. And while we’re at it, put the map away!!!

Carol and Daryl…

When Carol leaves Alexandria with him, he calls her on it. He even says that he should have let her stay on that boat. Until he said it, I forgot about that boat. Of course, we know they are going to end up together in a series, so any conflict between them is a little anti-climactic, but it was still good drama nonetheless.


00:00:00​ Intro
00:01:34​ About Find Me
00:05:57​ Ratings
00:09:24​ Awesome Sauce
00:15:10​ Weak Sauce
00:27:48​ What Sauce
00:30:39​ Aww Sauce
00:34:24​ Listener Feedback
00:37:02​ Our Notes
00:41:43​ News, Ratings & Info
01:01:38​ Wrap Up

Ratings reach all-time lows…

Ratings for S10E18 Find Me are back to historic lows. Find Me got a 0.65 in the 18-49 demographic, with 2.259 million viewers, down from last week’s S10E17 Home Sweet Home, which got a 0.92 in the 18-49 demographic and 2.891 million viewers. The previous low was the original season finale, S10E16 A Certain Doom, which got a 0.87 in the 18-49 demographic, with 2.727 million viewers. Talking Dead got 0.18 in the 18-49 with 800,000 viewers, down from 0.32 and 1.036 million viewers.

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