The Walking Dead: Season 4, Episode 5

Internment (10 Nov. 2013)

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Hershel struggles to care for the sick as the situation in the cell block escalates. Meanwhile, Rick and Carl defend the prison as the fences give way.

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Hershel fights to keep the outbreak under control, tending to the sick patients and killing those who transform into walkers, first luring them away from the survivors. Rick returns without Carol and tells Maggie what happened to her. When a large number of walkers knock down the fence, Rick and Carl shoot them with automatic weapons. Meanwhile, in the cell block, several patients transform into walkers and Maggie goes to help her father from them and also save Glenn. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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When Rick returns to the prison from his search he gets out of the car to talk to Maggie and leaves the door open. In the next shot the door is closed while Rick is talking to Maggie. When Rick walks back to car the door is open. See more »

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Hershel Greene: Some council meeting, huh?
Sasha Williams: We're two members short.
Hershel Greene: I think we should make some new rules before they get back. I hereby declare we have spaghetti Tuesdays every Wednesday. First we have to find some spaghetti.
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Plot in a Paragraph: Hershel (Scott Wilson) fights to keep the outbreak under control, tending to the sick patients and killing those who transform into walkers. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) returns without Carol and tells Maggie (Lauren Cohen) what happened to her. Meanwhile, in the cell block, several patients turn into walkers and Maggie goes to help her father from them and also save Glenn (Steven Yeun) and we see someone is watching the prison.

Father and son bond as Rick accepts how it is, and he and Carl go on a shooting spree. Killing a ton of invading Walkers. I'm surprised Maggie accepted Rick saying what he done to Carol, I doubt Daryl will be so understanding.

Speaking of Daryl, Norman Reedus isn't given much to do this episode, Scott Wilson is great as Hershel, and I'm starting to fear for Glenn (Steven Yeun)


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