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Here we go, another season of the walking dead has come! Yea! Anyone else excited to see what happens next? So much, going on the first three episodes here so lets break it down by episode. Fair warning these will be spoilers if you have not yet read the Comics or seen these episode. Please read after you have seen them.

1. “No Sanctuary”

1. “No Sanctuary”

  • Everyone is locked up in the train car. And that last thing we heard was from rick stating, “there gonna feel pretty stupid, when they find out…there messing with the wrong people” something along those lines. The version in the Comics was filmed and is on the season four deleted scenes.
  • Everyone shared quick stories with each, while arming.
  • Rick, Bob, Daryl, and Glen where taken to the slaughter house!
  • Lucky! Carol saved the day.
  • Lets have three cheers from Carol! Hip Hip Hurray! Hip Hip Hurry! Hip Hip Hurray!
  • Carol even got everyone’s weapons back, expect from Michone sword, she does get it back in Episode three.
  • Tyreese protect Judith from near death at the hands of one the terminus people.
  • Carol leads alot of walkers to Terminus, then causes a big explosion! At just the right moment. Makes her way in to find Rick and the others.
  • She ends up catching up to them in the woods and is greeted with a big Hug from Daryl. Then tells Rick you have to come with me right now.

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Spoiler alert! The following contains details from “The Walking Dead” Season 5, Episode 3 entitled, “Four Walls And A Roof.”

To say the Church that provided temporary solace for Rick’s group of survivors on the previous episode of “The Walking Dead” is no longer “The Lord’s house” is an understatement. It became more like a slaughterhouse by the end of Sunday night’s episode, not unlike the one at Terminus. Only this time the ones being slaughtered had it coming.

The ending of last week’s “Strangers” was horrifying, and “Four Walls And A Roof” wasted no time picking back up with the Hunters’ grizzly Bob-B-Q. Gareth continues his endless monologuing and uses a sick bear analogy to offer some insight into how he convinced other survivors to be cannibals (“Join us or feed us”) but insists it was never a trap. He also reveals that he knows that Carol killed his mother, Mary, back at Terminus and that he saw her and Daryl take off in the car. “I can’t wait to try her,” he says like it’s nothing, as he expresses his taste for pretty women — like, literally, his taste for them — and tells Bob he’s going to eat Sasha as well.

Now, cut to Bob, laughing his ass off. This guy doesn’t let anything bother him! But seriously, Bob’s laughter signifies something bittersweet: he was indeed bitten by a walker when they raided the food bank, but that means Gareth and his group have been feasting on… TAINTED MEAT!

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Nothing is official yet, but it looks like a good batch of titles, no? Episode 4 is Beth-centered, but Episode 5 is expected to focus on what happens to Abraham and company when they leave on the church bus for Washington, D.C. What’s “the choice” in question? The choice to return to Rick’s group? Something on Abraham’s past, a choice he made? Eugene’s mission? Could be several choices, since the titles often refer to many things.

Speaking of multiple meanings, “Heart Drift” is expected (but not confirmed) to follow Carol and Daryl in a flashback to what they were doing during the timeline of Episode 3, to show why Daryl returned without Carol. On Spoil the Dead, a fan shared a definition for cardiovascular drift, speculating that perhaps the Episode 6 title is meant to be a play on a raised heart rate: “The gradual time-dependent ‘drift’ in several cardiovascular responses, most notably decreased stroke volume (with concomitant heart rate increase), during prolonged steady-rate exercise. The progressive increase in heart rate with cardiovascular drift during exercise decreases end-diastolic volume and hence stroke volume.” If that definition helps you out at all, good on ya.

Episode 7, “Crossed” should have a few meanings too — paths crossed, the cross cars, etc. AMC may have used up the Comic-Con footage by Ep7, though, so it’s harder to guess what we might see; however, filming spoilers suggest more time at the hospital place, with more downtown Atlanta and hospital footage in the midseason finale.

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Given that Martin was an important part of Tyreese’s story thus far this season, we had to wonder if Rick was aware that he was the man Ty claimed to have killed. “No. I chose that that was information Rick didn’t know. I don’t think there’d been a point in the story off-camera that we had that discussion. I felt that was the beginning of the conversation that probably could have gone there. I’m not sure Tyrese would have told him or would want to tell anybody that because of the shame,” Andy explains to TV Guide.

Rick may not have been aware that Tyreese claimed to kill someone he didn’t actually eliminate, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t aware that something is going on with Judith’s travel buddy. “There are moments where as a leader he recognizes that there is somebody that is not the man he knew before,” Andy notes. “Something has gone down, which is what triggers that moment. The beautiful thing is that the audience has more information than the characters at this point.”

Indeed, we as viewers do have a much more comprehensive understanding of Tyreese’s mental state at this point. Unlike Rick, we know what really happened with Lizzie (Brighton Sharbino) and Mika Samuels, (Kyla Kenedy) so for us the fact that Tyreese couldn’t kill Martin and seems so shell-shocked during the massacre has an entirely different context.

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The Walking Dead Spoilers Who Dies Next, Is it Beth? Season 5 Episode 4 Slabtown Sneak Peek Preview (VIDEO)

The Walking Dead spoilers for season 5 episode 4 “Slabtown” continue the breakneck pace, with next week’s episode looking to focus solely on Beth Greene [Emily Kinney]. As fans know, Beth has been missing since the end of Season 4, when she was abducted in a mysterious car and taken off to who-knows-where. Except, we finally know where she was taken – and it ain’t looking pretty.

There will be plenty of spoilers (like who dies next!) for The Walking Dead season 5 Episode 4 here, so for anybody who’s spoiler-phobic, look away now. We don’t know about any major plot points, but we’re getting a pretty good inkling of where the first half of this show is headed. According to several insiders, next episode will focus almost exclusively on Beth’s character, showing her in what looks to be downtown Atlanta. From the two sneak peaks that have released, it looks like she’s trapped in some sort of hospital, along with several other unwilling guests. The people heading her group include a police officer and a doctor-type, but as we’ve learned to expect from this show, nothing is as it seems. She’s clearly trying to escape her captors, so I’m guessing they’re not ‘good’ people – good being subjective, of course.

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It has to be seen if she is turned in this episode or the subsequent ones.

The New Zealand promo also shows a quite bold side of Beth Greene as she takes charge of the situation. Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) is not with her but she is taking control of the situation and it is quite evident in the promo.

Beth is seen at the elevator shaft with a new character who can be Noah. “This is the fastest way out,” a male voice says in the promo.

It looks like Beth and the new character are planning to escape from the hospital. It is going to be interesting to see if they meet Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and others.

“The Walking Dead” Season 5, Episode 4, “Slabtown” airs Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014 on AMC. 

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Poor Queen Carol.

Add to all of that the idea that we should also see a flashback to what Carol was doing during her brief Season 4 “banishment.” Melissa/Carol was seen in her previous clothes, and with that old car, during filming.

But Carol does appear to go to the Beth hospital, aka Grady. And if Noah is with Daryl at the church, then Noah must find his way to Caryl in the city, or at least to Daryl. Noah should be able to tell the rest of Daryl’s group how to get to the hospital, and how it’s laid out. We’re still expecting to see a showdown/rescue mission in the Episode 8 midseason finale or thereabouts. And as TSDF noted, Melissa/Carol has been seen filming into the second half, so don’t worry too hard for her at this point. Worry for poor Emily/Beth, though, because we haven’t heard from her in a while. Do you think she might sacrifice herself in some way, to save others? 

The Walking Dead Season 5 airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

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Mon Oct 27 10:29:51 EDT 2014

Michael Cudlitz as Abraham in The Walking Dead.

We pick up right where we left off, with the Termites
merrily chowing down on Bob’s leg as Gareth delivers a long-winded monologue.
Bob interrupts to pull the classic “seem like you’re crying when you’re
actually laughing” bit to inform everybody that he was indeed bitten in
the last episode and the Termites are all eating “tainted meat.” One
panicked Termite rightfully wonders what is going to happen to them, but it
turns out the answer is “You’ll all be dead via violent means by the end
of this episode and we’ll never really find out.” So much for that little
science experiment!

READ MORE: Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 5, Episode 2, ‘Strangers’: The Case Of The Cowardly Carver

That little dangling bit of business aside, this was a solid
episode of “The Walking Dead,” and it seems safe to say that the
strong showing of last season is being maintained in Season 5. Bob shuffles off
this mortal coil, and since he’s an optimist I really should have pegged him for
dead meat sooner than I did. On his deathbed, he gives Rick a little advice:
“Nightmares end. They shouldn’t end who you are.” Which is all well
and good, but Rick and some of the others already seem to be heading down a
dark path. When Sasha asks Bob “What good comes out of this bad?”, he
dies before he can answer, which seems to be the universe’s way of answering
for him. I’m genuinely sorry to see Bob go, since the creative team and
Lawrence Gilliard, Jr.’s performance did a fine job of building up his
character for the one season and change that he lasted. At least he didn’t die

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After the dramatic events of “Four Walls and a Roof,” it almost seems like The Walking Dead has wrapped up the events of the start of Season 5 quite nicely, sure we still have the whole Beth mystery to learn about, but let’s focus on the positives: The evil Termites-turned-hunters have been disposed of, Father Gabriel’s dark secret was revealed, Michonne was reunited with her katana, and we even figured out who was leaving those symbols.

Gareth’s admission

One of the biggest mysteries of the first few Season 5 episodes was finally put to bed, after Gareth, evidently feeling quite chatty after his leg o’ Bob, chatted about many things, including how the group had left marks to get back to Terminus:

You know we marked our way here, so that we could find our way back after. So stupid right, I mean, back to what?

So, case closed! This makes complete sense: The group wanted to hunt down Rick’s group and kill them, but at the end of what would have been Rick roast 2014 they wanted to return to Terminus, or that was the original idea.

But actually, maybe that’s exactly what The Walking Dead crew want us to think. Maybe the whole Gareth admission was one enormous red herring.

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Not only should the bus crash in this ep, we should see some action at a fire station, including a really cool bloody fire truck. Filming spoilers showed the front of the truck, and the Comic Con trailer showed this group around it; that’s Eugene shown in the photo here, standing on top of the truck, hosing down walkers, as Tara looks on from the left.

Other filming spoilers for around this time showed Eugene limping as he was chased by walkers. Don’t worry too much about that meaning It’s The End for him, since he sticks around. However, that might be tied to some flashback material, showing how the D.C. trio came together in Texas.

We are expecting some backstories to emerge in this episode, including details on Abraham’s dark past; some of that is meant to be coming directly from the comic books, and the shot in the Comic-Con trailer of a man’s hand holding a can may be Abraham in a market/grocery store-set flashback. There’s also the bloody hand shot shown, which should also be Abraham, probably from that flashback, showing what he did to the people who hurt his family. Preview some of those images here.

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Here’s the thing about life during a zombie apocalypse. No matter how much society deteriorates, you still have to pay attention to what you wear. Boots may be made for walking, but they also have to protect your ankles from bites from the voracious undead.

The Walking Dead costume designer Eulyn Womble carefully dresses a show best known for exposed guts and gore.

How did you get started on The Walking Dead?

My husband [Caleb Womble] and I were working on a movie called Prisoners [with Hugh Jackman] that got shut down. We were travelling to LA to see his mother. We were on the Jersey Turnpike, when he got the call, “Do you want to work on a zombie show?” We weren’t that tempted. But when we heard [producer] Tom Luse and [former screenwriter] Frank Darabont were on board he said OK.

I went along as a set costumer. The first thing the designer had me do was style zombies. I tried to remember them before they died and spent time thinking about how long they’d been dead. I thought about my own background growing up in Cape Town. I knew what poor looked like. I knew what tattered looked like. What a place to draw inspiration. But it worked.

I did my job well, then I got a call asking if I was interested in coming on as the costume designer. I was overjoyed and I thanked the universe. I felt like we’d all been given the greatest chance and allowed to make history.

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Warning: this article contains some spoilers for the first four episodes of The Walking Dead Season 5.

Just before the debut of Season 5 of The Walking Dead, IGN visited Skybound Entertainment headquarters aka the office of The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman. We got a chance to talk to him about what to expect from Season 5 of AMC’s zombie TV show, plus we asked for details about the upcoming spin-off show.


The second half of Season 4 featured several character-focused episodes, foregoing the usual ensemble storytelling. While Kirkman said that the group will be getting back together in Season 5, he feels that taking the time to shed light on the characters is essential.

“It’s what we’ve been doing with The Walking Dead comic from day one. You’ve made people love and know and identify with these characters — and then you kill them,” Kirkman said, only half joking. “Those deaths don’t matter if you’re not invested in the characters.”

With the group getting back together, Kirkman teased that things will get “a little more action packed for a while.” Given the explosive Season 5 premiere, he wasn’t kidding.

As seen in the first four episodes of Season 5, Rick and company have butted heads with a group of cannibals, better known as the Hunters in the comics. According to Kirkman, the comics are being followed very closely this time around.

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Apparently, a comic book reader posed a question to Kirkman about Daryl’s sexuality, comparing it to another “Walking Dead” character, Jesus, who has been confirmed gay. “All I can say is that it’s been discussed. If there’s ever a quiet period in the show where he’s not consistently distracted by crossbowing… we’ll tackle it in the show,” Kirkman further said addressing the readers question.

Moreover, he also said that the production house would be absolutely ok with the Daryl turning into gay, according to further reports by the website. Norman recently sat down for an interview with Connect Savannah and talked about his liking for Savannah. He said that a ghost tour is scheduled in the Georgian city every year, and he likes to make the most of it. The fan favourite actor said he really likes “the architecture, the people and the vibe of the place.”

He also revealed the reason why fans adore his “The Walking Dead” character Daryl Dixon. He said that Daryl has many child like qualities and he “wears his heart on sleeve,” this probably makes him connect with the audience. Furthermore, Reedus loves his job and acting for the popular, post-apocalyptic horror drama television series, as further reports by the website. 

“The Walking Dead” season 5 premiered on Oct 12, 2014. The series is developed by Frank Darabont. The AMC’s series is based on the comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard.

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A lot has been made of Daryl Dixon’s sexuality on The Walking Dead this year. While Robert Kirkman has insinuated that it’s possible that Daryl Dixon is gay, and Norman Reedus has even revealed that early on, there were talks about making his character “prison gay,” the question of his sexuality hasn’t been addressed on the show. According to showrunner Scott Gimple, it won’t be addressed this season, either.

But that is NOT because Norman Reedus begged the producers not to make him gay, as a few shoddy news reports are claiming this week. The Inquisitor (quoting from The Globe, which was quoting Celeb Dirty Laundry) led the charge in reporting “inside sources” who claim Reedus doesn’t want to play a gay character.

“Insiders say he fears the same-sex shocker would hurt ratings by disappointing his legions of female fans. Norman isn’t anti-gay in his personal life, but he’s become one of the biggest male sex symbols in television. He gets thousands of fan letters from women each week – along with dozens of marriage proposals.”

The report gained enough traction, sadly, that Norman Reedus felt he needed to respond to it on Facebook, linking to the report noting only “that this is total bs.”

OF COURSE IT IS. But it’s nice of Norman Reedus to set the record straight.

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Here’s where things get really interesting, though, and extra spoilery-speculation-y…

At the end of Episode 3, Daryl turns to someone in the woods and says “Come on out.” The running theory, from spoiler-lovers, is that he’s talking to Noah, with the timelines of the episodes crossing over. Episode 6 is speculated to be an episode focused on Daryl and Carol (Melissa McBride), showing what they were doing while the rest of the group faced Gareth’s (Andrew J. West) group. We should see, in that ep, that Carol was hit by a car with a cross on it (like Beth last season) and taken to this hospital. Episode 4 is meant to end with a scene of Carol being wheeled into the hospital. So, piecing it together, many fans believe Noah to be the one who manages to get away (through a sacrifice from Beth, perhaps?) and he connects with Daryl, and they return to the church to explain what happened. Then maybe we’ll see a big rescue mission in Episodes 7 and 8, which have also been spoiled to be set at the hospital.

Watch the NZ promo below. What do you think? Are you even more excited to see Episode 4 now?

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With the abrupt ending of last week’s episode, they’re obviously going to make a big reveal of some kind. Could it be Beth has been saved?

This week’s episode is going to show us what happened to Beth since she was separated from Daryl at the end of last season. Who was it that took her, and what are they after?

We can see that Beth is waking up in what appears to be a hospital in a city, possibly the ruins of Atlanta. Whoever these people are, they want her alive, as she’s hooked up to an IV.

But we can’t trust anyone in Walking Dead World. Is that woman really a police officer? Is that guy really a doctor? Very clearly, something bad is happening at this hospital, and they don’t look like they’re about to let Beth leave, either.

The real question is, will the entire episode be about just Beth trying to survive, or will it include Daryl and Carol’s attempt to find her as well?

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According to TVBytheNumbers, Season 5, Episode 3 was watched by some 13.8 million viewers. While that number represents another dip in viewership from week to week, the 9 p.m. ET hour still earned a 7.0 in the highly-regarded 18-49 demo, down a bit from last week’s 7.7 rating. What’s more? TWD still managed to top the night and even pulled in an additional 2.4 million viewers when Episode 3 re-aired at 11 p.m. ET.

It was another strong night for Talking Dead as well, as the Chris Hardwick-hosted after show snagged over 5.3 million viewers and a 2.6 rating.

Are you surprised that more than 13.8 million people caught Season 5, Episode 3? Worried viewership took a hit for the second week in a row? Weigh in below and be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook!

The Walking Dead Season 5 airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

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If you aren’t caught up on The Walking Dead, be warned: spoilers ahead! Also, be sure to catch my recap of last week’s episode, “Strangers.”

The big question from “Strangers” was answered almost immediately in this week’s episode, and the answer was, “Yes, Bob was bitten in the food bank, so Gareth and the Termites were eating, say it with me, tainted meat.”


Despite Gareth’s lack of concern of infection (apparently you can cook the zombie virus out of meat, so there’s that culinary tip for ya), there was still the issue of Bob’s imminent change to a member of the undead, so the Termites returned Bob to the church before things got too dangerous.

Back at the church, Sasha and Rick start to become suspicious of Father Gabriel. They didn’t start losing people in their group until they met Father Gabriel, and pairing that with the friendly reminder “you will burn for this” scrawled on the side of Gabriel’s church, the cowardly clergyman looked awfully suspicious.

Turns out the cowardice we saw last week when the gang first met Gabriel was no act. Father Gabriel really was and is that helpless against walkers. He had been riding out the zombie apocalypse penned up in his church, never opening the doors for anyone, even friends as they screamed for help while walkers overtook them. So after all of those red flags we saw last week, it turns out Father Gabriel is only dangerous because he is a tremendous, epic coward. Really though, in the face of a roving band of vengeful cannibals, a coward doesn’t seem too bad, amirite?

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The rumor supposedly came from GLOBE Magazine via Celeb Dirty Laundry and then through Inquisitr. Inquisitr offered this quote: “Insiders say he fears the same-sex shocker would hurt ratings by disappointing his legions of female fans. Norman isn’t anti-gay in his personal life, but he’s become one of the biggest male sex symbols in television. He gets thousands of fan letters from women each week – along with dozens of marriage proposals.”

No one should doubt that Norman gets thousands of fan letters and proposals, but no one should believe that these so-called insiders are really sharing Norman’s perspective. In fact, he took the rare step of commenting on a rumor, linking to the story and tweeting, “This is total bs by the way.”

It’s good to see Norman set the record straight, even if we’re just talking about the theoretical concept of Daryl being gay. It was just an offhand idea that came up at one point or another and spread around the world. But it would certainly send the wrong message if people thought Norman was upset about Daryl being gay when he has made it clear before that he’d be fine with it. For now, we should just appreciate that Daryl loves everyone, including that squirrel, but he’s not yet romantically in love with anyone.

Sources: Norman on Twitter, Inquisitr

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