Rick, Glenn, Daryl and T-Dog come across a group of seemingly hostile survivors whilst searching for Merle. Back at camp, Jim begins behaving erratically.

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While continuing their search for Merle, Rick and the others stumble across another group of survivors that kidnap Glenn and are willing to trade him for Rick's guns. At camp, Jim has been digging a bunch of holes and everyone else wonders why. Their question is answered, that night, when zombies attack. Written by Chris Green

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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21 November 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This is the second AMC show to feature a Winnebago. The model that appears in this episode is from the late 1970s. AMC's Breaking Bad features a larger but later model, built in the 1980s. However, the use of the vehicle ended in the third season when it was crushed at a junkyard. See more »

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Part of Rick's reason to return to Atlanta, besides looking for Merl, is to retrieve his bag of guns. In fact they almost have a shoot out with the other group over the bag of guns. Yet, throughout the downtown dozens of machine guns and holstered pistols can be seen on dead soldiers and several M-60s can be seen sticking up from the sandbags. No one seems too interested in those guns? See more »

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Amy: [Andrea and Amy sit in a canoe together while fishing for the group] What?
Andrea: Nothing.
Amy: It's not nothing. It's always something.
Andrea: Didn't dad teach you to tie nail knots?
Amy: Why would he do that? He only ever used a fisherman's knot. One knot.
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References The Sound and the Fury (2014) See more »

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The Walking Dead Main Title
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Written by Bear McCreary
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Continues to Get Better!
12 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Judging by the first season, the Walking Dead seems like it's not only going to be a entertaining zombie series, but it's going to have an emotional core. This episode, the fourth in Season 1, is one of the better episodes since the pilot. There is some good characterization scenes and towards the end, there is plenty of zombie violence which may result in a few surprises.

This episode, "Vatos" has Rick and few of the other guys encountering a group of hostile survivors while searching for Merle. Meanwhile back at camp, Jim begins to dig holes despite the fact no one seems to know why.

Overall, this is a very good episode. It has plenty of emotional moments especially during the latter half. The story, score, characters, and the such continues to improve with each passing episode. I feel like this show will only get better and this episode proves why. I rate this episode 9/10.


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