Maggie, Sasha and Bob clash over whether they should head to Terminus. Daryl and Beth take shelter in a seemingly abandoned funeral home.

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Rick Grimes (credit only)
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Carl Grimes (credit only)
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Michonne (credit only)
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Carol Peletier (credit only)
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Tyreese Williams (credit only)
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Joe
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Dan
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Harley (as JD Evermore)
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Len
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Daryl and Beth think they may have found a safe haven. It's a well maintained house with lots of food in the cupboard. The fact there's no dust on the jars and cans they find suggests that someone lives there. They make themselves comfortable but their feelings of safety also make them vulnerable. When they're attacked by a horde of walkers, they are separated. Sasha, Bob and Maggie continue along the railroad tracks headed for what they hope will be a safe haven. Maggie isn't so sure but realizing that her friends don't believe in her quest, she sets off on her own determined to find Glenn. Written by garykmcd

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mortuary | fog | kiss | dog | twisted ankle | See All (34) »

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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Trivia

The song Beth sings in the funeral parlor, as Daryl lays in the casket is called "Be Good" and is featured on Emily Kinney's second EP, "Expired Love" released in 2013. See more »

Goofs

The bodies in the funeral home don't appear to have any trauma to the head, yet somehow they have not turned. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Glenn Rhee: [in a flashback, Glenn and Daryl find Bob on the road] You got point?
Daryl Dixon: Yeah, I got it.
Bob Stookey: Hi. Hello.
Daryl Dixon: Just you out here?
Bob Stookey: Yeah.
Daryl Dixon: How long's it been like that for?
Bob Stookey: [Bob chuckles] I don't know. I was with one group and another one after that.
Daryl Dixon: They didn't make it? Neither one of them?
Glenn Rhee: What's your name?
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Connections

Featured in The Walking Dead: The Journey So Far (2016) See more »

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The Walking Dead Main Title
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Written by Bear McCreary
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Stop ruining what was one of my favourite shows!
10 March 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Not quite as bad as the Beth/Daryl episode previously but just as monotonous and badly written. Characters have suddenly become different people, zombies have suddenly disappeared, action gone, suspense gone, any sense of realism gone, where is Rick? What's with the stupid music? Why does the whole show feel like a scyfi channel attempt? Deeply deeply disappointed in something great that became this mess in just two episodes. If like me you have followed this show from the start you have come to expect a certain standard. You would think that when you create something like this you would want that quality to be maintained. I just can't understand how badly you can mess something up do quickly and why you would do it. Wake me up when it improves.


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