Carol has to cope with old secrets and Lizzie's psychotic behavior when she, Tyreese and the girls take refuge in a vacant house on the way to Terminus.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Rick Grimes (credit only)
Daryl Dixon (credit only)
Glenn Rhee (credit only)
Maggie Greene (credit only)
Carl Grimes (credit only)
Michonne (credit only)
Beth Greene (credit only)
Sasha Williams (credit only)
Bob Stookey (credit only)


Carol, Tyreese, Lizzie, Mika and baby Judith come across an abandoned house. They move in and Tyreese begins to think that perhaps they don't have to make their way to Terminus but can just settle there. Carol comes around to thinking the same. She's worried about Lizzie however who doesn't seem to realize that zombies aren't just a different kind of people nor how dangerous they are. Lizzie seems to come around after an attack by the walkers but events force Carol to take drastic action. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Horror | Thriller


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There is an incomplete puzzle on the dining room table during Carol's confession to Tyreese. According to the director, Michael E. Satrazemis, when completed, the puzzle forms a photograph of Carol's long dead daughter Sophia who died years prior. See more »


The goofs regarding Judith are incorrect, the baby is in a soft baby carrier on Tyreese's back. Shown in all four final shots. See more »


[first lines]
Carol Peletier: [Carol and Lizzie sit together in the middle of the night] You can sleep, Lizzie.
Lizzie Samuels: I'm okay. If there's trouble, I can take Judith. I can help.
Carol Peletier: You really think you can help me?
Lizzie Samuels: I know I can, Ma'am.
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Referenced in Talking Dead: New Best Friends (2017) See more »


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Written by Bear McCreary
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Best episode since "Too Far Gone"
16 March 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

From the opening credits I knew this episode was going to be different than any other one so far this season. And boy, was I ever right. It's writing was straightforward, without any cheesy side-stories to fill time, and it's cinematography was a lot better than what we have seen these past few weeks.

I'm a much bigger fan of this kind of horror. I like the fact that, even though there are flesh-eating zombies outside your house, maybe the biggest threat will come from where you'll least expect it; inside your house, hidden deep inside the people that you love. It was scary, in a different kind of way, there was no meaningless gore, just slow building tension, surprising twists, moral dilemmas and an eerie soundtrack that would make James Wan proud...

If you were uncertain if you should continue watching this series after the disappointing "Still", it's with a happy heart that I confirm you there is still hope with this show.

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