Talking Dead Live Recap 11/17/13: With Ike Barinholtz And David Morrissey

Talking Dead Live Recap 11/17/13: With Ike Barinholtz And David Morrissey

Talking Dead returns this evening with special guests Ike Barinholtz And David Morrissey. Did you watch last week’s episode of Talking Dead? The special celebrity guests were Adam Savage and Breckin Meyer.  If you missed it we have a full and detailed recap, right here.

Talking Dead features host Chris Hardwick who also hosted Talking Bad.  Chris will spend time with fans, actors, producers and tv enthusiasts, recapping tonight’s The Walking Dead episode, and taking questions and comments from viewers. Fans may continue to engage with the after-show following the on-air conclusion, online, at for more videos, weekly polls and photo galleries of the guests featured on the series.

This week on Talking Dead joining Chris will be celebrity guests actor and comedian Ike Barinholtz and Walking Dead cast member David Morrissey who plays The Governor. Ike Barinholtz is known for his roles on The Mindy Project, The Awesomes and Eastbound & Down.  David is back on the show tonight and I cannot wait to hear what he has to say.  Tonight’s guests will discuss the evening’s proceedings and take your questions live.

Talking Dead airs tonight, November 17rd at 10 PM ET on AMC.  While you wait for the recap,  Celeb Dirty Laundry offers a live recap of tonight’s  The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 6, Live Bait.  [CLICK HERE]

RECAP: David believes that The Governor is trying to go back to the person he use to be; but still has a switch that can be flicked easily and could go back. Ike says that if The Governor saves the three girls then he could redeem himself; Chris disagrees and says all that The Governor did in season 3 believing that it’s almost impossible to redeem himself.

An audience member comes up and asks David about why he chose the name Brian; David mentions he saw a barn with names on it and he took one of the names he saw on it and chose it for himself. Chris says it was weird how the girls were against The Governor at first but let him in williningly; David says that he’s another human being that they havent seen for a while and decided to communicate with him. Chris asks why he threw the speghetti out the windows; David says he just didn’t want to be indebted to anyone and that he wants nothing to do with others. Chris asks at one point he cares for the family and stays with them; David mentions that Megan really woke him up and made him open up to her. A caller asks David what he thinks makes The Governor a better leader than Rick; David says he is more ruthless. A fan asks David why The Governor didn’t bother with the walker in the beginning; David feels that he was waiting for death and had some regrets with what he did.

Chris asks if it’s hard to fight with the eye patch; David mentions that it really is quite hard because he can’t see well but he loved doing the scene where he fought in the trench. Chris feels like it was awkward how Lily and The Governor got it on the truck in the middle of the night; Chris asks if it’s wise to form those relationships. Ike is very worried about the girls and isn’t too sure that they will be completely safe, Chris asks how Ike felt what happened in the bedroom. Ike says he knew the old man would change in the bed but was surprised how he had his head bashed in with an oxygen tank. A fan asks if kids in the apocalypse are hope or a hindrance to survival; David mentions how they are hope and how Carl for example is growing up to be ready for the world he will have to live in. A fan asks if The Governor had any real feelings for Andrea; David believes he did at first but it was at the wrong moment. After his daughter was killed he just snapped. A fan asks if David learned any new skills; David says he loves the show and that he’s always working on set.

Chris asks why The Governor accepts to take the family with him, David says that he was bought in by them for a while now and has a real connection with the girls. Chris says that it’s quite amazing how people need others to survive, The Governor was almost dead by himself. David believes he burnt his family picture because he needed to move on with his life. A caller asks what the Governor would have done with Carol if she was in the group; David believes that she is a great character and her development in this season has been great. Ike mentions how he got into an argument with his wife about what Carol did was right; it was a very controversial moment for him. A fan asks if The Governor and Rick would make an alliance; David says that you’ll need to have some sort of communication with your enemy to survive. David believes that The Governor is completely dedicated to the family he is with now and will do anything to protect them. Ike believes they will join forces in the future; David says that unlikely alliances are always being made.

Another fan comes up and asks David how he thinks The Governor felt when seeing Martinez at the top of the pit at the end of the show; David feels like The Governor has been trying to escape from his past but has already been caught by it. Chris asks why Megan hesitated to go over to The Governor; David mentions she is traumatized by how he killed her grandfather with the oxygen tank. Chris mentions how last weeks episode we only saw The Governor and nobody else out side the prison; Ike believes it will all be okay and will save the girls. David says that he becomes the Governor with the eye patch like Bryan Cranston wore the fedora for Heisenberg; he feels like it changes a character. Chris asks what the most important thing in the apocalypse would be; David said ammunition is the most important because you need to protect yourself first. Chris shows off The Governor action figure and gives one to Ike and David.