After being separated from Daryl, Beth finds herself in Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, now controlled by what's left of the police force.

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Rick Grimes (credit only)
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Daryl Dixon (credit only)
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Glenn Rhee (credit only)
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Maggie Greene (credit only)
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Carl Grimes (credit only)
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Michonne (credit only)
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Sgt. Abraham Ford (credit only)
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Tyreese Williams (credit only)
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Sasha Williams (credit only)
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Dr. Eugene Porter (credit only)
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Rosita Espinosa (credit only)
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Tara Chambler (credit only)
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Father Gabriel Stokes (credit only)
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Storyline

Beth awakes in a hospital and she finds that she is in Atlanta. She learns that she was found alone on the road and rescued by the despicable Officer Gorman that brought her to hospital ruled by the tough Officer Dawn. Now she is under the care of Dr. Steven Edwards with a broken wrist and bruises. Beth befriends the servant Noah and discovers that everything has a price in the place. When Noah discloses that he intends to flee from the place, Beth offers to go with him. Will they succeed in their intent? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

The first appearance of Tyler James Williams (Noah) in the show. See more »

Goofs

Beth has a new scar over her right forehead near the end of the episode after Dawn strikes her. However, Dawn clearly smacks the left side of Beth's face in the scene immediately prior. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Beth Greene: [Beth wakes up in a city hospital and pounds on the room door] Hey! Hello! Hey!
[Beth hears coming footsteps and grabs the IV from her arm for a weapon]
Dr. Steven Edwards: Everything's okay. Okay?
Officer Dawn Lerner: Put it down. Drop it, right now.
Dr. Steven Edwards: I'm Dr. Steven Edwards. This is Officer Dawn Lerner. How are you feeling?
Beth Greene: Where am I?
Dr. Steven Edwards: Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.
Beth Greene: How did I get here?
Officer Dawn Lerner: My officers found you on the side of the road surrounded by Rotters.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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Walking Dead Main Title Theme
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Performed by Bear McCreary
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EK cannot emote well at all
2 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

I find it very hard to enjoy an episode where I have so much trouble connecting to a character. Emily Kinney simply does not have the ability to portray her emotions in a way that feels real to me. It takes me out of the episode every single time. Tyler J. Williams was very good in this episode, and the other characters were sufficiently creepy enough to make me very uncomfortable. I spent the episode tipping back and forth from being bored, or being creep-ed out. I did not feel the episode revealed enough information to warrant 45 minutes of air time. It seemed very slow, and we still are left wondering what the purpose is of the place they are being held. All in all, I doubt I would watch this episode again.


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