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, relieving the pain of the sick patients and killing those that transform into walkers far from the survivors. Rick returns without Carol and tells Maggie what happened to her. When the large number of walkers knocks down the fence, Rick calls Carl and they shot on them. Meanwhile in the block, several patients transform into walker and Maggie goes to help her father. 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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Carl Grimes: Dad, you can't keep me from it.
Rick Grimes: What?
Carl Grimes: From what always happens.
Rick Grimes: I know. But it's my job to try.
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Great suspense! Very good action, Hershel rocks my German heart:-]
11 November 2013 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

This is a really good action episode indeed! I like these battle scene shooting scene with Carl and Rick.

It is a good decision to keep Glen and Sasha!

The end scene is like a announcement of the future development, almost in the tradition of Hitchkock. The Zombies are very well shown with a bit of splatter scenes, but not to much. This episode is a containing action we love!

Final thoughts: Hershel: A Glen: A Maggie: A Carl: A Sasha: A minor roles: B. I would be surprised if we can see another epic episode like the very first from season 1.

Please more episodes exactly like that! To me it feels like a 20 min episode and this is a good sign!


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