After losing his family, Morgan becomes an uncontrolled killer of walkers and humans. He stumbles upon a goat outside a house and tries to kill the owner. However the man subdues him and puts him in a cell in his living room. The man, Eastman, is a former forensic psychologist and tells that all life is precious; then he explains how the principles of Aikido have changed his life. Gradually Morgan calms down and Eastman teaches Aikido to him and tells the story of his life. When Morgan leaves the place, he is a man with a different philosophy of life. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
As revealed by Lennie James on "Talking Dead," this episode was shot out of order - episodes 5, 6, 7 and even 8, the mid-season finale, were shot before this. The first person to see Scott M. Gimple's script was Greg Nicotero, after which the actors were not allowed to see it until filming, creating speculation among the cast about what episode 4 would be like. See more
When Eastman strikes Morgan with his bo staff after first releasing Morgan from the cell, the staff bends backward as a rubber stunt prop would. See more
[in the present, Morgan talks to the Wolves leader
You said you liked talking. I remember that.
[Morgan quotes the Wolves leader
Little chats with a stranger by the fire. You said it was like the movies. Then you said that you want everything that I have. Every last bit. Well, here it is. Every last bit.
The Walking Dead Theme
Written by Bear McCreary See more