The Walking Dead (2010– )
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With the walls down, Alexandria finds itself swarmed by walkers. Meanwhile, Daryl, Abraham and Sasha come face-to-face with a new danger.

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Rick and the others are split up into separate houses as the walkers start to pour into Alexandria. Deanna finds herself in danger, Glenn tries to find a way in to the safe-zone, and Carol and Morgan have a feud which might lead to trouble for others. Written by nholler

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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29 November 2015 (USA)  »

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Scenes featuring 'Corey Hawkins' (Heath), 'Austin Nichols' (Spencer), and 'Ross Marquand' (Aaron) were cut from this episode due to running time but will be on the Blu-Ray release in the deleted scenes section. See more »

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Rick suddenly remembers the walker-gut camouflage trick he had used in the early days of the zombie apocalypse. However, he still can't remember the significant experiences with walkers that surrounded the use of the guts at the time. - That he saw that some walkers were smart and agile enough to do things such as use rocks to break glass or climb high fences. See more »

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[first lines]
Rick Grimes: [Rick runs from the walkers entering into the community, screaming] Everyone, get back! Get into your houses, go!
[Rick fires his pistol into the crowd of pouring-in walkers]
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Referenced in The Walking Dead: The Journey So Far (2016) See more »

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The Walking Dead Theme
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Written by Bear McCreary
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this is how the spirit of all episodes must be
30 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

This can be considered the best episode of the season. It has so many moments that got me to the edge of my seat. The tension is high, and the characters are in their zone. The screen play is well done in this episode.

All hell breaks lose in the finale as we all know it. Our heroes find a place (road/jail/community) in the first episode and then we have character building in the mid episodes and in the final episode all hell breaks lose and everything is destroyed. This episode follows the same pattern.

This episode also makes me wonder why Rick and his team don't cover themselves up in the zombie-goo and escape in the herds.

This also reminds me all the seasons have the same story over and over and we try to seek what is in the series for the future. Are they going to show if there is a cure of any sort? or our characters get involved in some place that will be destroyed eventually and they go on for a search again all over?

My rating 7.8/10


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