The Walking Dead: Season 4, Episode 1

30 Days Without an Accident (13 Oct. 2013)

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Several months have passed and Rick and the expanded group are living an ideal life at the prison; however problems surface when Rick encounters a new survivor, while a supply run ends in disaster.

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The community in the prison has grown significantly and they are slowly becoming self sufficient. They are growing vegetables and raising pigs and soon will no longer need to go on food runs. For now, that's still a requirement and Glenn, Tyreese, Daryl, Michonne and several others go to a nearby army base to see what they can find. All goes well until a minor accident results in walkers dropping in on them. Back at the prison, Rick goes to check their trap line and comes across a woman who says she and her husband haven't eaten for four days and would like to join their camp. Rick is wary and, as it turns out, with good reason. Written by garykmcd

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Six weeks before shooting began, fruits and vegetables were planted to turn the prison yard into a farmyard. The work was nearly ruined when a herd of deer got in and fed on the crops. See more »

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Daryl Dixon: Smells good.
Carol Peletier: Just so you know, I liked you first.
Daryl Dixon: Stop. You know, Rick brought in a lot of them, too.
Carol Peletier: Not recently. Give the stranger sanctuary, keep people fed, you're gonna have to learn to live with the love.
Daryl Dixon: Right.
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A Promising Start
13 October 2013 | by (England) – See all my reviews

After the finale of Season 3 a lot of people were left feeling very disappointed, including myself. However I'm happy to say that this episode definitely made the last episode worth while, seeing as some of the things they seem to be doing with the prison in this episode is very interesting. The Walking Dead has always had a pacing problem and the season premieres for seasons 2 and 3 are great examples of this. The season 2 premier was way too slow even though it had the highway scene and the season 3 premier was too fast showing us nothing about where the characters were mentally.

This season's however is incredibly well paced and gives a good introduction to what's new whilst still keeping me entertained. If the rest of the season can be as well paced as this episode then this will be the best season to date (and we still haven't seen the return of the governor!). The dialog was well written as well and felt very believable. The only gripe I have with this episode was the acting from a certain character that we see for the first time; a woman that seemed to have a pretty big effect on our protagonist, Rick Grimes. The acting was just not up to par and took me out of the experience for a bit (I did like her story line though).


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