The Punisher Episode Two Review “Two Dead Men” Podcast – Defenders TV Podcast Episode 123

Micro and Frank are playing Cat and Mouse in our Punisher Episode Two Review of “Two Dead Men” we discuss our top five points about this episode in our Spoiler filled discussion about this episode. As always make sure you’ve watched the episode before listening to the podcast.

Punisher Episode Two Review

Punisher Episode Two Review Podcast Spoiler filled Synopsis

Written by: Steve Lightfoot

Directed by: Tom Shankland

Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) is being tracked. He suspects that one of the few friends that know he’s still alive has turned his whereabouts over to someone. When this doesn’t pan out he contacts Karen Page (Deborah Ann Woll) to search for leads about his tracker Micro.  On the discovery that Carson Wolf (C. Thomas Howell) had a story about Micro quashed, Frank goes to him for answers. With more intel in hand Frank tracks his stalker David Lieberman (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) through his family and begins to turn the tables on him as the hunted becomes the hunter. Meanwhile at Homeland Security agent Dinah Madani (Amber Rose Revah) tracks a former member of Frank’s team in Kandahar, Billy Russo (Ben Barnes) and strikes up a relationship with him.

Thanks so much for listening to our Punisher Episode Two Review Podcast. If you would like to send any of your thoughts in please send them to feedback@defenderstvpodcast.com join us on facebook at Facebook.com/groups/defenderstvpodcast or follow us on Twitter @defenderscast and you can also record your thoughts for the podcast directly from our website defenderstvpodcast.com by clicking the “Send Voicemail” button.

We will return on Friday the 24th of November with our review of The Punisher Episode Three “Kandahar” talk to you then.

Thanks for listening

John, Chris and Derek

Defenders TV Podcast

Date recorded: 11/11/2017
Date published: 20/11/2017
MP3, 68.52 mins, 96kbps, 47.5 MB

All images and audio clips are copyright of their copyright holders no infringement is intended. The music for this episode “Intro” from the Spell Breaker E.P. by Tri-Tachyon is licensed under an Attribution License.

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