Glenn and Enid make their way back to Alexandria. Meanwhile, Spencer puts his life a risk, as the herd finds its way inside the safe-zone.

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While the walkers eat Nicholas, Glenn sneaks below his dead body and hides under a container. Glenn stays there until the walkers leave the area, and then he seeks water to drink. Enid throws a bottle of water to him from the roof of a building and flees, but Glenn chases her. Then they walk together back to Alexandria that is under siege of a herd of walkers. Meanwhile inside the compound, Maggie waits for Glenn while Rick gives training of how to handle a gun to Ron. He also gives a pistol with the magazine without bullets to him. Then he has a conversation with Morgan about his behavior without killing the invaders. Rick tries to support the wall with additional braces and Tobin helps him. Spencer tries to reach the car outside the wall and Rick and Tara save him. Carol follows Morgan and asks who is trapped in the cell while part of the wall collapses. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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[first lines]
Nicholas: [in a flashback, over the snarling walkers] Thank you.
[Glenn crawls out from under Nicholas' dead body, crawling under the dumpster, killing and enclosing himself with the dead walker bodies]
Nicholas: [after one whole night and day, Glenn crawls out from under the dumpster looking for Nicholas' water bottle, as Glenn suddenly hears a voice]
Enid: Hey, head's up!
Enid: [Glenn misses the thrown water bottle from the roof] Shit. I said head's up.
Glenn Rhee: Enid?
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extremely average, again
23 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

So what exactly happened this time? Sure, Glenn coming back so easily totally was a cheap plot line for 4 episodes, has really destroyed my liking this show anymore.

And does anything really interesting happen at all, with anyone? Where is the wit, the humor? Everything is so painfully slow and really sort of dull and depressing. Why not just do 10 episodes with less filler? It's really becoming boring, these tiny incidents here and there. We all keep waiting for more because we're invested in the characters, but the writers have really been screwing it up. It all is becoming very tired.


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