Carol and Maggie must fight for their lives after being taken by a group of Saviors.

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Carl Grimes (credit only)
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Sgt. Abraham Ford (credit only)
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Morgan Jones (credit only)
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Carol hits Donnie in the arm, but Maggie and she are captured by Molly, Michelle and Paula. Rick proposes to exchange Primo per Maggie and Carol, but Paula prefers to go with their prisoners to a hideout. Donnie wants to shoot Carol in the arm, but Paula defends her. While Michelle interrogates Maggie asking where she lives, Paula discloses briefly to Carol the story of her life after the zombie apocalypse. Carol has a bond with Paula but she needs to take a decision to flee and help Maggie. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

The title of this episode comes from when Molly says to Carol, "I'm a dead woman walking... which puts us in exactly the same boat." See more »

Goofs

When Polly opens the door to leave the room after arranging to meet with Rick to negotiate a trade "in 10 minutes", there are two walkers she has to get past. She stabs them both, but only the first one gets it in the head. She clearly stabs the second one in the neck rather than the head and it drops to the floor. This would not work on a walker. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Maggie Greene: They need our help.
Carol Peletier: [Carol kills a walker] You are staying here.
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Referenced in Talking Dead: Not Tomorrow Yet (2016) See more »

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The Walking Dead Theme
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Written by Bear McCreary
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Slow -- and of course the one dumb thing all kidnappers do
14 March 2016 | by (San Diego) – See all my reviews

I don't think this should have been a full episode. It really ground to a halt the action pace that had been happening in previous episodes. It would have worked better as a 20 minute segment of another episode cutting back and forth. And overall the characters and how they reacted were a bit too predictable to me ... like we've seen all of this before.

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And I'm too old to watch the same eye-rolling scene again and again. Kidnappers leave the kidnapped alone in the room ... and the door unlocked behind them. (Groan)


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