After a minor victory against The Saviors, a supply run led by Daryl turns chaotic when he and his group cross paths with Dwight.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Glenn Rhee (credit only)
Maggie Greene (credit only)
Carl Grimes (credit only)
Michonne (credit only)
Tara Chambler (credit only)
Aaron (credit only)


Alexandria is in peace and people are living a routine life. Denise asks Daryl and Rosita to go to a little town nearby the compound where she recalls there is a pharmacy. Daryl and Rosita are reluctant to let Denise go, but she insists and they head to the location in an old pickup. The road is blocked with a tree and Daryl decides to walk on the road, despite Rosita insists that following the train tracks is half the way. They find supply in the pharmacy and decide to return to the pickup following the train tracks. Meanwhile Eugene and Abraham find a factory where Eugene explains that he may produce ammunition. When a walker attacks Eugene, Abraham protects him and Eugene is upset with Abraham since he wanted to prove that he can protect himself. They have an argument and Abraham leaves Eugene alone. Denise decides to retrieve a cooler in a car with a walker and Daryl and Rosita have to return to save her, but she kills the walker by herself. Out of the blue, they are attacked by a... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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20 March 2016 (USA)  »

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Third episode in a row that Carl (Chandler Riggs) did not appear. See more »


[first lines]
Rick Grimes: [Rick questions Morgan about the jail cell he creates] Morgan? Wh - Why?
Morgan Jones: It'll give you some choices next time.
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Referenced in Talking Dead: Captive (2016) See more »


Performed by Nicole Dollanganger
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21 March 2016 | by (Slovenia) – See all my reviews

An annoying coming-of-heroine-age overweight-in-ZA wannabe-doctor makes a sudden emotional verbal diarrhea outburst not fitting in the storyline at all. Reminded me of Samuel L. Jackson getting a sudden fit on the plane with snakes. Inserted out-of-place scene all the way.

Thank god, or the writers, she took a Skyrim arrow to her knee. Well, eye.

Apart from that, some funny moments with Eugene's BJ of sorts. Bullet manufacturing facility that will explain the plethora of ammo for the season finale when guns will be blazing. Or bats. The flying kind. Sans wings. Extra barbed wire. Random guy from few episodes back only comic book readers remember comes back with face burnt. Gives x-bow back. Not without fight, though. Daryl to do some Usain bolting soon it seems.

Won't describe this as a filler episode as 90% of reviewers think all TWD episodes are filler. Who cares, really. It deviated from Negan expectation story line rather well, I actually forgot about the Saviours. Well, except during the cooler-rescuing quest, when I expected an attack from the upcoming main foe.

Just wish people would stop rambling about the comics. Actually, I wish Negan would be slaughtered in the finale by Morgan with his plain stick. Right off the bat. Would send comic fans nuclear and other fans rolling on the floor laughing.

No, really, let's kill Negan in the first five minutes, just for the shock value.

In any case, looking forward to the finale, it seems it will be a blast. Season 6 looking strongest ever.

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