The Walking Dead: Season 4, Episode 12

Still (2 Mar. 2014)

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Daryl and Beth seek refuge in the woods, where conflict emerges between the pair.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Rick Grimes (credit only)
Glenn Rhee (credit only)
Maggie Greene (credit only)
Carl Grimes (credit only)
Michonne (credit only)
Carol Peletier (credit only)
Tyreese Williams (credit only)
Sasha Williams (credit only)
Bob Stookey (credit only)


Survival is the main challenge for Daryl and Beth. They have yet to find a secure place to stay and are eating whatever they can find or kill, like squirrels and snakes. Beth is fed up with it all and decides she wants to do something she has never done before - go somewhere, anywhere, and have an alcoholic drink. Daryl is less keen but they do learn more about each other in their travels. Written by garykmcd

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This episode contains the least amount of actors, with just Norman Reedus and Emily Kinney appearing. See more »


Beth asks Daryl if he plans on eating 'mud snakes' forever. While mud snakes are located in the south eastern region of the US, the snake Daryl did capture and cook was actually an Eastern Diamondback Rattler which is venomous unlike a black and red coloured mud snakes. Possibly he had caught both as they are both found in the Georgia area but the one shown is not the one mentioned. See more »


Beth Greene: I know you look at me and see another dead girl.
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Finally some good episodes/ Why do people watch this show?
10 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

Why do people watch this show?

These last episodes (8-13) of season 4, have been the best episodes since season 1 and some occasional good episodes in 2 and 3. But then I see people hating on the 12th episode "Still". We finally have some good character development, since Andrea, and I see people hating on it. Makes me wonder who are the people who watch this show? Little kids who only want to see zombies beaten up?

It's a zombie series and that is the point for sure, to kill zombies. And I like good action, but it's gets overwhelming at times and the action scenes HAVEN'T EVEN BEEN GOOD recently.

Episode 12 "Still" where is not much action if not at all, gets a rating below 7. But every other episode 9, 10, 11, 13 gets a rating over 8. All those episodes have same good character development, but episode 12 doesn't have "action" in it, is immediately hated. I can't understand, because the action in those other episodes is horrible. There is always the same pattern, zombies' brains are plastered and the the character in question kills the last zombie in anger, first knocking it down and kicking it. Maggie does that and new blonde soldier fella' (who was in Band Of Brothers). Same boring, meaningless, and and tension lacking action scenes repeated over and over again. And one episode without those bad scenes gets a bad rating?

This really makes me wonder for what reasons people watch this show. Are people really so dependent on their weekly dose of zombies' brains blown away, that they freak out when they don't get that dose (the case of episode 12)?

I watch this show because I care about the characters and want to learn more about them. Action of course is expected, and I mean GOOD action, not these lazy action scenes that are in there just cause they have to be in there.

AverxgeJoe - A Fellow Viewer

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