- The episode is broken down group by group, so once we leave one group, we just move onto the next and don't revisit again.
- Daryl and Beth are the first portion of the group. Their portion of this episode is basically what we saw in the sneak peeks. Beth narrates part of it. We don't learn definitively who left the blood on those leaves that she and Daryl discover and they don't run into any other living people this episode. Daryl remains basically in his "shut down" mode for the episode.
- Tyreese is seen with Mika, Lizzie, and Judith, but no Luke or Molly. Unsure of their fate. We do see Carol after Tyreese has left the 3 kids by themselves and she saves them from some walkers. The group sees signs for Sanctuary and are told to follow the tracks. Tyreese and Carol do see each other before the episode ends.
- The bus does crash and Maggie discovers it with Sasha and Bob. Sasha and Bob, despite last seeing them sick and wounded, appear to be okay. At least, outwardly. Their portion of the episode ends with them at the bus.
- Glenn is at the prison and, like many have already puzzled together, his portion of the episode opens to him on the destroyed catwalk with the swarm of walkers below. On his way out, he finds Tara, who caged herself in an area of the prison for safety. She confesses who she is to him and also tells him about Hershel's death.They escape together and the final scene of the episode is them running into Abraham, Rosita, and Eugene.
- Rick, Michonne, Carl are not seen in this episode.
- With Tyreese learning about following the tracks to Sanctuary and no group seemingly going toward any specific location, it seems there may not be a rally location for the group.
I loved the episode. I hated that I have worked so much this week I wasn't able to finish watching it and Talking Dead until yesterday. I had to keep reminding myself not to click on this thread on the couple of times I was able to log in here.
I was excited to learn more about Michonne, and see some glimpses of her past. I wondered what she would do when she purposefully walked past the tracks made by Rick and Carl. It was good to see her embrace her humanity and decide to fight to live after all.
I also liked the focus on Carl. He hasn't had a chance for a real childhood, being forced to grow up so fast. But still the events of this episode showed him that he is not yet as much of a man as he thinks he is. And the big damn can of pudding was just outstanding.
"Pudding is awesome"
I loved this episode, especially the bits with Michonne, damn that woman had class. I was in the beginning a bit annoyed by Carl but sometimes I really forget that this kid is just starting to get in his teen years and never really had a child hood. The pudding scene put a smile on my face. I really want to know what happened to Judith and the rest of the group.
Ni l'un ni l'autre, je suis, j'étais et resterai moi
This show... I tell ya. It can go from the worst of worst to the best of best. If that baby ends up being alive, it'll be back to the worst of worst.
Whats your beef with Judith being alive? You were bitching about that way back in December. This is NOT the comic, they arent going to follow everything that happened there. It wouldnt surprise me one bit if we dont even catch a hint of the Hunters, or Negan this season, and just focus on them getting back together, and dealing with the Carol situation. This isnt Game of Thrones, they arent going to kill off a baby, it just isnt going to happen. Besides, in Too Far Gone, it is clear as day that Tyrese has her
This man is the GOAT, he had no Montana, Young, Marino, Elway, Manning, Brady. Still retired 3rd in catches 2nd in yards and 3rd in TDs.
If you dont believe that, then take a few minutes to read this list:http://raidersbeat.com/2014/01/23/81...-hall-of-fame/
**At time of his retirement**
-1094 receptions 3rd all time
-14,934 yards 2nd all time
-100 TDs 3rd all time
-oldest player to ever return a punt for a TD
-oldest player to ever record 12+ receptions in a single game
-9 time pro bowler
-NFL record 10 consecutive seasons with at least 75 receptions
-NFL record for consecutive starts by a wide receiver: 176
-Was not a starter until his 5th year in the league