Podcasts DEAD Talks Podcast: AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD- Mid Season Four Review written by Justin Bolger December 8, 2013 Justin, John, and Antoinette look back over the fourth season of AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD so far. We share our thoughts on where this season’s been and our hopes for where we’d like to see it go from here. We also discuss some listener feedback and our first listener call. It’s all here in this edition of the DEAD Talks Podcast! Leave us your thoughts and questions! (978) 267-1116 Continue the discussion with us online: Facebook- www.Facebook.com/DEADTalksPodcast Twitter- @DEADTalks. Download the episode HERE. DEAD Talks Podcast: AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD- Mid Season Four Review was last modified: February 12th, 2015 by Justin Bolger Related DEAD TalksThe Walking Dead 2 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Justin Bolger previous post X-MEN: APOCALYPSE Coming 2016! next post Warner Bros. Unleashes Godzilla Upon the World You may also like Star Wars With Friends #6- The Clone... August 24, 2014 Un-Muted #3 May 6, 2015 MMM TV: THE WALKING DEAD Ep. 402-... October 24, 2013 DEAD Talks: Image Comics’ THE WALKING DEAD-... December 16, 2013 MMM Presents: UN-MUTED February 18, 2015 Star Wars With Friends #10- Listener Mailbag September 18, 2014 Star Wars With Friends #8- “Supply Lines” September 3, 2014 MMM TV: THE WALKING DEAD Ep. 401... October 13, 2013 DEAD Talks Podcast: AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD... November 17, 2013 Star Wars With Friends #3: CLONE WARS... August 10, 2014 Pingback: DEAD Talks Podcast: AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD- Mid Season Four Review | Justin Bolger: ApexFan() mjtracy I might have missed it but a focal thematic point i dont think was asdressed for the govenor is when Rick is addressing his group at the prison the govenor starts to sway until Rick mentions “we can change”. The primary theme of episodes six and seven was the govenor tried very hard to change even going so far as to change his name. But once he realizes he cant escape the area with his surrogate family he feels he has no choice but to revert back to his previous ways. Hence his response to Rick “Liar”.