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Conquer 

Daryl and Aaron cross paths with Morgan. Back at the safe-zone, the people of Alexandria decide what to do with Rick, as a new danger emerges.

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... Rick Grimes
... Daryl Dixon
... Glenn Rhee
... Maggie Rhee
... Carl Grimes
... Michonne
... Carol Peletier
... Sgt. Abraham Ford
... Sasha Williams
... Dr. Eugene Porter
... Rosita Espinosa
... Tara Chambler
... Father Gabriel Stokes
... Deanna Monroe
... Morgan Jones
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Emotions are running high in Alexandria. Deanna has called a meeting for that evening to determine what to do about Rick. She insists that it's only a meeting to allow anyone who wishes to have their say but it's clear where she stands. Meanwhile, Aaron and Daryl are out on a recruiting mission and come across a warehouse that may be be a treasure trove of canned food. What they've actually done is walk into an elaborate trap. They're rescued by a stranger however. Back in Alexandria, Father Gabriel fails to close the front gates and walkers are soon inside the walls. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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This episode was advertised to be 90 minutes long, when it was actually 65 minutes long. This is still the first ever season to end with a feature length episode. See more »

Goofs

Aaron finds an Alaska license plate for his collection bolted to a transport trailer. The plate format wrong. It's for a standard passenger vehicle like a car AAA 000. The correct trailer format would read 0000 AA. See more »

Quotes

Daryl Dixon: [about being rescued] Why?
Morgan Jones: Why? 'Cause all life is precious, Daryl.
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Referenced in Talking Dead: Thank You (2015) See more »

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The Walking Dead Main Title
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Written by Bear McCreary
Performed by Dominik Hauser
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Way better than Season 4
31 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

"People are the real threat now". - Rick

The Walking Dead as a show itself as been like a mix relationship for me, because we will have one great episode and then a terrible and boring one that I had to ask why? Season 4 was the season of Filler, I'm not kidding you nothing happened in that season beside the Governor attacking Ricks group, the writing was all so messy in season 4 and I was very shade about season 5 and what can the writers do to win me over again, well let me tell you something about Season 5 of The Walking Dead and that is it's ten times better than Season 4.

I felt that season 5 had a lot of things moving and there wasn't much of filler episodes in this season which I'm so happy about because filler episodes are the most forgettable ones, it's a true fact. I also thought the writing has improved a lot with the dialogue that doesn't feel boringly thought out by the writers that only want to go home for the day.

The character arks are another thing that's improved in this season because you can see the group slowly melting away into full crazy by this world that they living in and how it's eating their minds away. But in the other seasons you never got that, you know what we got, pointless talk to talk between the characters talking about something that really isn't all that important and then the episode ends. Some people call that character development well I call it lazy writing and how is it character development when two characters stare at each other telling each other that they hungry and how their feeling, really.

I got to give credit to Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes as he gives a great performance as the furiously cold Rick. Andrew is the only reason I watch The Walking Dead because these something about Rick as a character that always keeps me watching. The rest of the cast did great as well.

I'm looking forward to Season 6 to see what's next and what else the show brings even if it is part awesomeness or upsetting.


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