Rick, Carl and Michonne cross paths with the Claimers once again on the way to Terminus, as the so-called sanctuary begins to reveal its true face.



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Rick, Carl and Michonne are getting ever closer to Terminus. They've had a rough time on the road and can only hope that what they find there is better than what they have now. In the night, they are taken prisoner by Joe and the others. It's clear that Rick is the man they've been hunting but Daryl tries to explain that they are good people. Joe won't hear any excuses. When it appears that Carl is about to be raped, Rick shows just how violent he is prepared to be to defend his family and friends. When they finally reach Terminus everything seems to be order - until Rick sees someone using the watch Hershel gave Glenn. Written by garykmcd

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Carl hears someone calling for help. He, Rick, and Michonne get there in time to see a walker eating a man's eye from his head. This was a contradictory reference to a song by Jonathan Coulton, "Re: Your Brains", about zombies which includes in the chorus the lines, "All we wanna do is eat your brains / We're not unreasonable / I mean, no one wants to eat your eyes". See more »


During the 'round up', Rick is firing his .45 automatic. The slide locks back as they are running and Rick is firing towards the roof line. In the next shot, as they turn the corner, Rick fires off another round, then reloads, but the weapon should have been empty. See more »


Daryl Dixon: [about the Claimers] I didn't know... what they could do...
Rick Grimes: It's not on you, Daryl. Hey.
[Daryl looks at him]
Rick Grimes: It's not on you. You being back with us here, now, that's everything. You're my brother.
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Written by Bear McCreary
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This episode was not that great.
30 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

This episode is not what I have come to expect from the writers of the show. It has too many flashbacks, and had very little to do with what is actually going on in the present. The writer of this episode got this vision of grandeur about the episode and completely missed the mark on it. Trying to take us back to get a complete idea about Rick is what he said on The talking dead, but this is inaccurate as he did not go back to where it began, he just wanted to fill the episode of clips so that he can continue the story line in the next season. Overall, this is a prime example of why people get upset about this "Poetic license" That screen writers and producers use when adapting books into movies.

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