Not as great as Walken flying through a hotel, but still ...
Were you one of the 7.3 million viewers who broke a basic-cable record by tuning in to the sophomore-season premiere of “The Walking Dead”?
Yeah? How about that first half-hour, huh? Whoa! A series best, amiright? And zombies in church? Whaddup wit’ dat, huh? And that final shot, too! Wow! Hey, is it weird that even a dirt-streaked and sweat-stained Laurie Holden still sets my heart a-flutter? Agree — didn’t think so. Oh, and that stomach scene! Eewww! I know, right? Ha!
Regardless of whether or not that made any sense, feast your eyes on the trailer for “The Walken Dead,” brought to our attention by the good people of the Nerdist podcast. No, it’s not real. Yes, it’s funny. Yes, it could use more cowbell. —Rod Lott
Some hoops fans celebrate all things Thunder with DIY podcasts.
Sports Murray Evans
As a Chicago Cubs fan living in Oklahoma, Brent Lightsey sought
information on the team from whatever sources he could, including a
podcast assembled by fellow fans of Major League Baseball’s lovable
OKG7 things to do Gazette staff
Known for the Doug Loves Movies podcast and smoking enough pot
for an entire Wu-Tang Clan, comedian Doug Benson returns to the City
Arts Center stage, 3000 General Pershing, at 7 p.m. Thursday. (No 4:20
show?) He’s touring in support of his latest CD, the double-disc Smug Life. His pal Graham Elwood opens. (DLM fans, bring your name tags just in case!) Tickets are $22-$25. Visit ticketstorm.com.
It all starts with a song, but where does the song start? For some OKC songwriters, it’s a Nashville-based nonprofit.
Music Alyssa Grimley
Ever think about what percent of a song purchase actually goes to the
artist? Local songwriter Curtis Stover makes it his business to, as a
coordinator for the Oklahoma City chapter of the Nashville Songwriters