Zombie Overload! WZMB Zombie Radio Show Ep. 66 Part 1, “Can’t Un-Chop a Neck”

Zombie Overload– it’s inevitable. Just like zombie killing is irrevocable. You can’t unring a bell, Jazz Fans. You can’t unsend an e-mail or take back a harsh word to a loved one. And you can’t un-kill a zombie, as J-Bo learned in this week’s episode of Zombie Radio Show.Learn it for yourself by listening to the episode below.

Click Here to Listen to Zombie Radio Show Ep. 66 Part 1!

Heyyy, Jazz Fans! Jimmy Rudolph here. Now, I’m an old man. Not old in that feeble non-sexual sense, you understand, but old in the sense that I’m automatically wiser than you. And I’ve consistently counseled J-Bo not to act rashly when it comes to zombies. Sure, her hair trigger temper has saved her life on a number of occasions, as well as my life and the life of at least a busload of orphans. But at what cost?

Well, the chickens have come home to roast. J-Bo has killed another zombie, and this time, try as she might, she can’t fix it. It’s going to cost her, folks. It’s going to cost her the thing she loves the most, her new apartment on the upper West Side. And the worst part is, there’s nothing I can do to help her. (Apart from making the spare wing in my apartment available to her, which I would do in a heartbeat but now’s not a good time.) She just has to deal with the repercussions on her own. To get a close up and personal look at her despair, check out this episode’s video adaptation below!

It’s important that we all learn from J-Bo’s miserable existence. Remember, Jazz Fans, to think before you act. Because you can’t un-ring a bell, and once someone dies, they’re gone for good.

Actually, that last part’s not so true.

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