The Easter People would like to thank you for your patience. We got a week behind in our production schedule, but at least no one was trying to eat our brains.
This week we’re joined by LeeAnne Watkins of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in St. Paul for a conversation about the Walking Dead. We then play a game about brains and people we thought were dead but weren’t (spoiler alert: Jesus isn’t on the list).
Speaking of spoilers, the Walking Dead episode we discuss comes at the end of season four. You’ve been warned.
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