146 minutes | Nov 22nd 2019

TWDTT 106 – Open Your Eyes (S10E7)

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Talking Through Open Your Eyes

For episode 106 of The Walking Dead Talk Through, Mark and I talk through The Walking Dead Season 10 Episode 7, titled Open Your Eyes. This episode was written by Corey Reed and directed by Michael Cudlitz.

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We had some feedback for last week’s episode.The discussion for this week’s episode begins at 21 minutes and 41 seconds.

Poor Siddiq…

What really happened to Siddiq? Who is Dante? Well, now we know. This episode was shocking! It was also well written, acted, and directed. I was deeply affected by the death of Siddiq. I am still angry that they have killed yet another doctor!

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Please leave your feedback for the next episode, S10E8, titled The World Before, by 6 PM Eastern/5 PM Central on Tuesday, November 26, 2019. If you have any feedback on this episode, Silence the Whisperers, send that in, too! One of the best ways to submit feedback is on our Facebook group. You can also send us an email to walkingdead@talkthroughmedia.com or call our new voicemail at 216-232-6146.

Ratings are up again…

Ratings for S10E6 Bonds were slightly higher. It got a 1.0 in the 18-49 demographic, with 3.212 million viewers. This is down from last week, which got a 1.05 in the 18-49 and 3.086 million viewers. Talking Dead was down as well. It got a 0.36 in the 18-49 demographic, with 1.164 million viewers, down from 0.38 and 1.253 million last week.

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