Talking Dead Recap 11/29/15: Season 6 Fall Finale “Special Guest Robert Kirkman”

Talking Dead Recap 11/29/15: Season 6 Fall Finale "Special Guest Robert Kirkman"

Tonight on AMC Talking Dead returns with an all new Sunday November 29, season 6 fall finale and we have your weekly recap below. On tonight’s episode, guest talk about the “Start to Finish” episode of “The Walking Dead.”

Talking Dead features host Chris Hardwick who also hosted Talking Bad. Chris spends time with fans, actors, producers and tv enthusiasts, recapping tonight’s TheWalkingDead 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.

On the last episode of Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick sat down with executive producer Gale Ann Hurd, Ken Jeong and surprise guest, Steven Yeun. Chris said everyone was so excited that Glen was alive but were angry that they mourned him. Steven said being under the dumpster was interesting since he’s claustrophobic. Did you watch the last episode? If you missed it, we have a full and detailed recap right here for you.

Tonight on Talking Dead as per the AMC synopsis, “Talking Dead” host Chris Hardwick will sit down with Robert Kirkman who’s well known as the creator of The Walking Dead, and a surprise guest will be joining him.”

Talking Dead airs tonight, at 11:00 PM ET on AMC after The Walking Dead. Before The Talking Dead recap, Celeb Dirty Laundry offers a live recap of tonight’s The Walking Dead! Are you looking forward to tonight’s fall finale? Who do you think will be the surprise guest?

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#TalkingDead tonight has guests Robert Kirkman, Jason Alexander and Tovah Feldshuh. Chris Hardwick says he’s glad to see Tovah alive and well. She says it’s a great job and she hated to leave and says it’s a loving set.

She says Andrew Lincoln and Scott Gimple are amazing. Chris says Deanna had an amazing journey. He says up until the last scene, she was not a great shot then she got her mojo and was making head shots. Tovah says it was the greater good.

She says Morgan won’t kill others and Tovah was a politician then ended up as a samurai. She laughs about how Deanna was dumb enough to stab a walker in the chest. Chris reads twitter reactions that say they were sad to see Deanna go.

Other says Deanna went out like a badass. Chris says from the moment Abraham said – who’s Deanna – they loved getting to know her. Robert says the season has been about the Alexandrians need to learn and the legacy is what Deanna taught Rick.

Kirkman says Rick has lost a lot of his humanity and Deanna brought him back to humanity somewhat. Jason says he knows Tovah and they’re friends and she jokes that Jason has bit her before. He says he hated it as a friend since she loves the show.

He says as a fan he saw it as interesting and says there’s a ticking clock on Walking Dead. Chris says Deanna suffered so much loss. He says when she was hanging on the crib, he thought she was going to eat the baby.

He says “it’s still me” was a great answer to Rick. He says he thought she was going to take Judith with her. Chris says a baby in this world is hard. Chris says stuffing the baby under the meat drapes is hard. Jason says one of his kids is with him and would have died in the apocalypse for not shutting up.

Kirkman says the Latin thing is a call back to Michonne’s back story because of all her pain and loss over her son and life. He says Michonne hasn’t stopped to think about what she wants in this world. Deanna says it’s interesting that she gave her plans to Michonne not Maggie.

Now it’s the In Memoriam – they’re here walkers, Maggie’s scramble walkers, home invasion walkers, ready to wear walkers, Deanna… It says one group knew how to survive, but Deanna taught them how to live.

Andrew Lincoln talks about Deanna and Rick’s relationship and says each was a great leader and recognized that in each other. He says Rick would be happy to be a general to her leader. He says her death broke Rick’s heart.

Tovah says in hindsight, Deanna should have listened to Rick and says the Alexandrians were idiots but innocent. She says they didn’t even have anyone in the tower and they lived peacefully for 24 months with no walkers then it was blasted to hell.

Chris shows a photo of Andy and Tovah doing pushups before each take. She demonstrates and says they would do them to center themselves. Jason says you should see her Russian splits. Chris asks about opening and closing the show with Sam.

Kirkman says Sam represents the innocence of Alexandria then he was drawn deeper into the madness then in the thick of it. Kirkman says the kid was in danger the whole episode and Chris says Alexandria has the illusion of safety.

Chris says Sam is the character he identifies with most. Jason says you’re not safe if you’re listening to Tiny Tim and drawing. He says the kids deserves to die. Chris says why call out to his mom when they’re out there on the street.

Jason says the brother is right behind him and should have rolled his eyes thinking – we shouldn’t have brought him. Jason says he loves kids but that kid needs to die and he would kill him himself. Chris says they’re just kidding to Sam. Jason shakes his head no, he’s not kidding.

Then there’s a sneak peak of the February episode ahead. We see Daryl, Abraham and Sasha in the truck and some motorcycle block their path. They tell them to get out and says they can try to resist but they will end their asses.

Daryl shuts the truck off and they get out. They ask for their weapons and Daryl says why. The guy says they’re not yours. He says their weapons, truck, fuel in the truck, change in the seats, are not theirs anymore.

He says their property now belongs to Negan. Wow! And you might now that Jeffrey Dean Morgan has been cast as Negan which will be amazing. Can’t wait for the series to pick back up in February. Lennie James talks about how Morgan regrets body slamming Carol.

Kirkman says Carol is ready to kill Morgan and she doesn’t want him to make her do it. Chris says she says she will kill them both so no one else dies. Jason says he didn’t think the fight would reach a conclusion.

He says Carol was confronted with less than the usual certainty she has. He says she’s seeing herself differently and says Morgan makes her unsure. Jason says in the long run, he thinks Carol will take him out if it comes to it.

Chris says Morgan is making everything worse. Tovah talks about doing her own stunts and says she was taken to a gun range and taught to shoot. Chris says he’s Team Tovah and now it’s time for the first poll question.

POLL: What will the Wolf do with Denise? Kill her, keep her, let her go. 55% says keep her.

Jason says he thinks for now, the guy will keep her. Chris asks about wolves vs saviors. Kirkman says the saviors have no w’s but are equal threats. Chris says genius casting with Jeffrey Dean Morgan then a look at fan art.

Now it’s Inside the Dead. Carol’s current weapon of choice is the trench knife with knuckle guard but Melissa McBride says ability to adapt is Carol’s best weapon. There were walkers impaled with stuff that was an homage to The Omen.

This was Seth Gilliam’s (Gabriel) first time working with a herd and said, “It was kind of like Black Friday except everyone was a walker.”

We see some of the video submissions for the “Ultimate Walking Dead” fan. Then Chris reads a tweet that Major Dodson (Sam) wrote that said Chris was invited to have cookies with him next time he’s in LA, but Jason is NOT invited.

POLL: Should Carl have told on Ron? Yes or No. 79% say yes, rat him out!

Jason says he says Carl should have told Rick quietly that Ron does not get a gun but says he thinks Carl will make him an ally out of this. Kirkman says he doesn’t approve then says Carl was being mature and taking this on himself.

He says this mirrored what Glenn did with Nicholas. Chris says it’s nice Carl still has empathy. Tovah says Deanna was worried that Spencer would not be okay. She says children of busy women have issues and says Aiden and Spencer both had issues.

Kirkman says Spencer has guts and Tovah says she didn’t like that he equivocated. Chris shows off some little pop vinyl figures and does little voices for all of them. Now a look at some behind the scenes from tonight’s episode.

Lauren Cohan (Maggie) introduces the scene. Seth Gilliam (Gabriel) says there are so many. Denise Huth says they wanted it to be huge. Greg Nicotero said they were going for a classic horror moment like John Carpenter’s The Fog with creatures out of the mist.

Kirkman says it was Eugene on the walkie saying ‘Help’ that Daryl heard. An audience member asks Kirkman why not wear walker blood all the time. He says it’s not practical because it can make you sick and it won’t last and you have to replenish.

He says it’s not practical and Chris says it is then gives the audience check a walker guts drape. He also gives her a cookie full of ants. Chris talks about Walking Dead viewing parties. He shows some clips of viewing parties.

Chris says Jeffrey Dean Morgan was a genius casting choice and says he didn’t even know how they could put him on TV based on how Negan talks. Kirkman says Negan had a big entrance in the comics in issue 100.

He says Negan was a catalyst to show there are still new things to be discovered. He says this will change everything in an interesting, drastic and scary way. Chris has a message from Scott M Gimple and he says they have a cinematic sneak peek.

He says episode 9 is one of the biggest ever and will be on Valentine’s Day for the mid-season premiere. Kirkman says so many people die then says it was easier when it was just comics and not people that he’s working with. Tovah says she hates it.

Talking Dead will be back alongside Walking Dead on February 14th!