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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Felipe (as Noel G.)


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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21 November 2010 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
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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18 October 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After the last episode spending most of it's time character building this weeks "The Walking Dead" ups the ante and goes all "Game Of Thrones" on us, with a few central characters biting the dust. Some will be missed and some won't.

As Rick, Daryl, Glenn and T-Dog continue to look for Merle they run into trouble, as tensions grow back at camp.

The acting in this episode again is top notch, with the exception of Sarah Wayne Callies, I think everyone in this show is superb. Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun and Jon Bernthall are all excellent and Jeffrey DeMunn's Dale gets a nice scene talking about time, and again his humanity shines through. Finally Jim gets some serious screen time and Andrew Rothenburg does not disappoint.

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