Strange Talking Dead questions: Cliff Curtis and Alycia Debnam-Carey

Alycia Debnam-Carey and Cliff Curtis - Talking Dead, AMC
Alycia Debnam-Carey and Cliff Curtis - Talking Dead, AMC /

Fans can usually count on Talking Dead for some of the best insight into The Walking Dead universe, but some questions just leave everyone all confused.

Talking Dead is a wonderful show. Fans of the zombie apocalypse can enjoy a time to unwind after particularly intense episodes of their favorite AMC undead dramas with the help of Chris Hardwick and a star-studded panel.

Sunday was no different, as executive producer Dave Erickson, Cliff Curtis, and Alicia Debnam-Carey were on the show to discuss Fear The Walking Dead’s big back-to-back episodes for the season 3 premiere.

However, not all the discussion was serious and following along the lines of what to do if the dead begin to walk again. Check out some of these strange questions asked of the guests on Talking Dead thanks to the YouTube channel of AMC:

Some of the questions make total sense. Discussing other projects, whether food or weapons are a priority, and where the actors would go if a real life zombie apocalypse broke out are all fun and interesting questions.

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However, the word ‘interesting’ gets stretched quite far with some of the other questions that were addressed to both Curtis and Debnam-Carey during their stay on the couch. Here are some of the highlights:

  • Cliff Curtis gets asked whether or not he likes chicken. He responds that they are very nice creatures and that he is a vegetarian. Not sure if this was supposed to be some inside joke or reference, but it made for an awkward question.
  • One question catches Alycia Debnam-Carey completely off guard about newborn kittens learning how to speak to other cats. She responds by saying ‘what?!?’, which is a completely understandable reply to a question like that.

Other questions about the average temperature during filming and losing a sense in the apocalypse were much more related to the show or its creation, but at least Talking Dead is doing its best to keep the show interesting, and its guests on their toes.