• Which character stood out most this episode?
     
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    What was the best scene of the episode?
     
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    What was the most surprising thing to happen?
     
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    How would you rate this episode?
     
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    When will the group meet up?
     
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    Any Faiths restored?
     
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    TTD Poll: What is the most useful lesson Daryl teaches Beth?
     
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    • Couldn't even make it past 10 minutes. Physically painful. 

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    • I thought it was okay - not a whole lot of character development nor not a whole lot of pivotal story - Daryl and Beth are not heading to Terminus yet, they didn't meet up with some of the others, and the Hunters weren't introduced. It was interesting - but this episode can be described in one word: filler.

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    • I really liked this episode. Finally we got something out of Daryl! And Beth! I think both of these characters are getting better, but Daryl can still die.

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    • Gravelord wrote: Couldn't even make it past 10 minutes. Physically painful. 

      I am all for slower pacing and character development, but even this was bad enough for me.

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    • IMO, the best episode in 4b. Every week it got better and better, which makes me more excited for next week.

      EK and NR were fantastic this episode. That argument scared me, didn't expect that from Daryl. But damn, couldn't stop laughing when they flipped off the house (music was nice). A LOT of character development this episode, and was nice to hear of Merle, Sophia, Shaun.

      I know, and knew since reading the synopsis, most will hate this episode. At first, I thought it would be filler, but it was not about moving the main story along, it was about moving the characters.

      HOPEFULLY, some good development for Maggie/Bob/Sasha next week. Didn't see any others in the promo so they mightn't come back until the week after.

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    • Gearslover01 wrote:
      I thought it was okay - not a whole lot of character development nor not a whole lot of pivotal story - Daryl and Beth are not heading to Terminus yet, they didn't meet up with some of the others, and the Hunters weren't introduced. It was interesting - but this episode can be described in one word: filler.


      All development aside, yes. Nothing significant aside from Daryl's breakdown even happened.

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    • Yikes. This would be a hard episode to start watching the series, "who's merle? Who's Sophia? Who's Shaun" some questions us veteran Walking Dead members ask stuff like, "why did beth mention Sophia, does she want to die? Why do these bodies keep showing up with wooden messages nailed to the dead people? Why didn't Daryl and Michonne take the moonshines back to the Prison the first time they were there?".

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    • Dixonlovessquirrels wrote: IMO, the best episode in 4b. Every week it got better and better, which makes me more excited for next week.

      Says user: Dixonlovessquirrels

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    • I feel like some real development was made this episode. Now I don't want either of these characters to die soon because the bond they made is incredibily strong. Daryl's breakdown was awesome. I truly felt an emotional impact out of Daryl, and the acting was top notch.


      Tie for episode of the season. 

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    • Gearslover01 wrote:

      Dixonlovessquirrels wrote: IMO, the best episode in 4b. Every week it got better and better, which makes me more excited for next week.

      Says user: Dixonlovessquirrels

      Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand once again, people jumping on the username train.

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    • Dixonlovessquirrels wrote:
      IMO, the best episode in 4b. Every week it got better and better, which makes me more excited for next week.

      EK and NR were fantastic this episode. That argument scared me, didn't expect that from Daryl. But damn, couldn't stop laughing when they flipped off the house (music was nice). A LOT of character development this episode, and was nice to hear of Merle, Sophia, Shaun.

      I know, and knew since reading the synopsis, most will hate this episode. At first, I thought it would be filler, but it was not about moving the main story along, it was about moving the characters.

      HOPEFULLY, some good development for Maggie/Bob/Sasha next week. Didn't see any others in the promo so they mightn't come back until the week after.

      You see Daryl running past a house. Daryl and Beth at a cemetary (possibly for Daryl's mom), and then holding hands. Da fuq? Also Daryl running in the cemetary. Who wants Sasha to die and Tyreese to blame Bob. Heheheheheheheheheheh

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    • 98.15.191.209 wrote:
      Dixonlovessquirrels wrote:
      IMO, the best episode in 4b. Every week it got better and better, which makes me more excited for next week.

      EK and NR were fantastic this episode. That argument scared me, didn't expect that from Daryl. But damn, couldn't stop laughing when they flipped off the house (music was nice). A LOT of character development this episode, and was nice to hear of Merle, Sophia, Shaun.

      I know, and knew since reading the synopsis, most will hate this episode. At first, I thought it would be filler, but it was not about moving the main story along, it was about moving the characters.

      HOPEFULLY, some good development for Maggie/Bob/Sasha next week. Didn't see any others in the promo so they mightn't come back until the week after.

      You see Daryl running past a house. Daryl and Beth at a cemetary (possibly for Daryl's mom), and then holding hands. Da fuq? Also Daryl running in the cemetary. Who wants Sasha to die and Tyreese to blame Bob. Heheheheheheheheheheh

      ya, i meant other than Daryl/Beth :P i feel like they've been developed a good bit this episode.

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    • Dixonlovessquirrels wrote:

      Gearslover01 wrote:

      Dixonlovessquirrels wrote: IMO, the best episode in 4b. Every week it got better and better, which makes me more excited for next week.

      Says user: Dixonlovessquirrels

      Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand once again, people jumping on the username train.

      It's no different when people talk smack about Beth and have the username: BethSingsCool. Usernames can make or break you on the internet.

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    • The beginning was bad, but it got better

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    • Gearslover01 wrote:

      Dixonlovessquirrels wrote:

      Gearslover01 wrote:

      Dixonlovessquirrels wrote: IMO, the best episode in 4b. Every week it got better and better, which makes me more excited for next week.

      Says user: Dixonlovessquirrels
      Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand once again, people jumping on the username train.

      It's no different when people talk smack about Beth and have the username: BethSingsCool. Usernames can make or break you on the internet.

      Yeah but, people define me from my username. Just because I have a Daryl-related username, doesn't mean that I'm only gonna like his episodes. I liked this episode, and liked the one before that and the one before that. What I'm saying is, this one had the best development in 4b, which is what I like about TWD.

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    • Yay for character development for Beth. Seriously, she's grown into a quite strong woman after all the shits happened to her.

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    • The best episode in S4 IMHO♫ Beth's really shine in this episode♪

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    • 98.15.191.209 wrote:
      Yikes. This would be a hard episode to start watching the series, "who's merle? Who's Sophia? Who's Shaun" some questions us veteran Walking Dead members ask stuff like, "why did beth mention Sophia, does she want to die? Why do these bodies keep showing up with wooden messages nailed to the dead people? Why didn't Daryl and Michonne take the moonshines back to the Prison the first time they were there?".

      You obviously never watch Season 2 and 3.

      and to Gravelord and Gearlover01, I am afraid you guys (to be honest) don't understand what "The Walking Dead" even means. "Still" is not a filler epsiode. 

      The Walking Dead evolves around the characters, not zombie killing, and gore, or characters' deaths, exciting action scenes. It's all about their characters, emotion and development of personalities. It's all about how they change dealing with ZA, or the aftermath of ZA. Some of them turn into psychopaths, and others lose hope, and some heroically save others. It's all about human nature. It's all about "survivors' lives".

      We see Beth's evolution in this episode. We see how she faced her dad's death, and how she overcame the emotion. We see why Daryl lost all his hope, and we see a bit of Daryl's life in pre-apocalypse. We see how Daryl changed from a courteous guy to a guy that is full of fury and regret. We see their characters' development.

      The Walking Dead is not just about survival and zombie killing, or exciting action scenes. If you want these that bad, go watch World War Z or other zombie movies. I am afraid The Walking Dead is not your type and you guys are not true Walking Dead fans, since you barely know the meaning of "The Walking Dead" .

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    • Cat2006house wrote:

      98.15.191.209 wrote:
      Yikes. This would be a hard episode to start watching the series, "who's merle? Who's Sophia? Who's Shaun" some questions us veteran Walking Dead members ask stuff like, "why did beth mention Sophia, does she want to die? Why do these bodies keep showing up with wooden messages nailed to the dead people? Why didn't Daryl and Michonne take the moonshines back to the Prison the first time they were there?".

      Your obviously never watch Season 2 and 3.

      and to Gravelord and Gearlover01, I am afraid you guys (to be honest) don't understand what "The Walking Dead" even means. "Still" is not a filler epsiode. 

      The Walking Dead evolves around the characters, not zombie killing, and gore, or characters' deaths, exciting action scenes. It's all about their characters, emotion and development of personalities. It's all about how they change dealing with ZA, or the aftermath of ZA. Some of them turn into psychopaths, and others lose hope, and some heroically save others. It's all about human nature. It's all about "survivors' lives".

      We see Beth's evolution in this episode. We see how she faced her dad's death, and how she overcame the emotion. We see why Daryl lost all his hope, and we see a bit of Daryl's life in pre-apocalypse. We see how Daryl changed from a courteous guy to a guy that is full of fury and regret. We see their characters' development.

      The Walking Dead is not just about survival and zombie killing, or exciting action scenes. If you want these that bad, go watch World War Z or other zombie movies. I am afraid The Walking Dead is not your type and you guys are not true Walking Dead fans, since you barely know the meaning of "The Walking Dead" .

      No believe me - I know what The Walking Dead is about. I'm not the "Kill Zombies!" guy, I love character development and I have loved the last three episodes and defended it. This episode, though, was bad. There was no character development, there was back story, but no development. And no evolution to the story. Crying, few lines of dialogue, and getting drunk isn't character development. At the least Daryl and Beth should've been heading to Terminus, they should've regrouped with someone else, or the should've been introduced to the Hunters. None of that happened. It was filler. You could literally skip this episode and it wouldn't leave in you the dark at all. I'm not some rube that doesn't understand good story. The last 15 minutes were good, but so much of it was filler. At least have another group shown in this episode like Carol or Maggie's group, but no it was all Daryl and Beth. Two of the most stale characters in the show.

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    • Gearslover01 wrote:

      Cat2006house wrote:

      98.15.191.209 wrote:
      Yikes. This would be a hard episode to start watching the series, "who's merle? Who's Sophia? Who's Shaun" some questions us veteran Walking Dead members ask stuff like, "why did beth mention Sophia, does she want to die? Why do these bodies keep showing up with wooden messages nailed to the dead people? Why didn't Daryl and Michonne take the moonshines back to the Prison the first time they were there?".
      Your obviously never watch Season 2 and 3.

      and to Gravelord and Gearlover01, I am afraid you guys (to be honest) don't understand what "The Walking Dead" even means. "Still" is not a filler epsiode. 

      The Walking Dead evolves around the characters, not zombie killing, and gore, or characters' deaths, exciting action scenes. It's all about their characters, emotion and development of personalities. It's all about how they change dealing with ZA, or the aftermath of ZA. Some of them turn into psychopaths, and others lose hope, and some heroically save others. It's all about human nature. It's all about "survivors' lives".

      We see Beth's evolution in this episode. We see how she faced her dad's death, and how she overcame the emotion. We see why Daryl lost all his hope, and we see a bit of Daryl's life in pre-apocalypse. We see how Daryl changed from a courteous guy to a guy that is full of fury and regret. We see their characters' development.

      The Walking Dead is not just about survival and zombie killing, or exciting action scenes. If you want these that bad, go watch World War Z or other zombie movies. I am afraid The Walking Dead is not your type and you guys are not true Walking Dead fans, since you barely know the meaning of "The Walking Dead" .

      No believe me - I know what The Walking Dead is about. I'm not the "Kill Zombies!" guy, I love character development and I have loved the last three episodes and defended it. This episode, though, was bad. There was no character development, there was back story, but no development. And no evolution to the story. Crying, few lines of dialogue, and getting drunk isn't character development. At the least Daryl and Beth should've been heading to Terminus, they should've regrouped with someone else, or the should've been introduced to the Hunters. None of that happened. It was filler. You could literally skip this episode and it wouldn't leave in you the dark at all. I'm not some rube that doesn't understand good story. The last 15 minutes were good, but so much of it was filler. At least have another group shown in this episode like Carol or Maggie's group, but no it was all Daryl and Beth. Two of the most stale characters in the show.

      With all due respect, this episode is great. I never thought I would be scared of walkers again. I found the scene where they hid in the car trunk interesting too. Scott has successfully revived the horror of a horde of walkers in this scene. Think about it: the thunderstorm, full moon, and walkers. Everything is perfect for a horror scene.

      I also found the hanging walkers scary, and the Golf Club kitchen scene, where Beth was forced to hit the walker with the ketup she just grabbed. The grandfather clock (Remember the had to pass a clock before going deeper into the building?)'s chime is reminiscent to The Walking Dead Video Game, where Crawford's leader hung himself on a clock, causing the bell to ring. This actually is kinda horrifying, because usually the rings of any clocks or bells symbolises bad situations, so I am honestly surprised that none of them died in this episode.

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    • Cat2006house wrote:

      Gearslover01 wrote:

      Cat2006house wrote:

      98.15.191.209 wrote:
      Yikes. This would be a hard episode to start watching the series, "who's merle? Who's Sophia? Who's Shaun" some questions us veteran Walking Dead members ask stuff like, "why did beth mention Sophia, does she want to die? Why do these bodies keep showing up with wooden messages nailed to the dead people? Why didn't Daryl and Michonne take the moonshines back to the Prison the first time they were there?".
      Your obviously never watch Season 2 and 3.

      and to Gravelord and Gearlover01, I am afraid you guys (to be honest) don't understand what "The Walking Dead" even means. "Still" is not a filler epsiode. 

      The Walking Dead evolves around the characters, not zombie killing, and gore, or characters' deaths, exciting action scenes. It's all about their characters, emotion and development of personalities. It's all about how they change dealing with ZA, or the aftermath of ZA. Some of them turn into psychopaths, and others lose hope, and some heroically save others. It's all about human nature. It's all about "survivors' lives".

      We see Beth's evolution in this episode. We see how she faced her dad's death, and how she overcame the emotion. We see why Daryl lost all his hope, and we see a bit of Daryl's life in pre-apocalypse. We see how Daryl changed from a courteous guy to a guy that is full of fury and regret. We see their characters' development.

      The Walking Dead is not just about survival and zombie killing, or exciting action scenes. If you want these that bad, go watch World War Z or other zombie movies. I am afraid The Walking Dead is not your type and you guys are not true Walking Dead fans, since you barely know the meaning of "The Walking Dead" .

      No believe me - I know what The Walking Dead is about. I'm not the "Kill Zombies!" guy, I love character development and I have loved the last three episodes and defended it. This episode, though, was bad. There was no character development, there was back story, but no development. And no evolution to the story. Crying, few lines of dialogue, and getting drunk isn't character development. At the least Daryl and Beth should've been heading to Terminus, they should've regrouped with someone else, or the should've been introduced to the Hunters. None of that happened. It was filler. You could literally skip this episode and it wouldn't leave in you the dark at all. I'm not some rube that doesn't understand good story. The last 15 minutes were good, but so much of it was filler. At least have another group shown in this episode like Carol or Maggie's group, but no it was all Daryl and Beth. Two of the most stale characters in the show.

      With all due respect, this episode is great. I never thought I would be scared of walkers again. I found the scene where they hid in the car trunk interesting too. Scott has successfully revived the horror of a horde of walkers in this scene. Think about it: the thunderstorm, full moon, and walkers. Everything is perfect for a horror scene.

      I also found the hanging walkers scary, and the Golf Club kitchen scene, where Beth was forced to hit the walker with the ketup she just grabbed. The grandfather clock (Remember the had to pass a clock before going deeper into the building?)'s chime is reminiscent to The Walking Dead Video Game, where Crawford's leader hung himself on a clock, causing the bell to ring. This actually is kinda horrifying, because usually the rings of any clocks or bells symbolises bad situations, so I am honestly surprised that none of them died in this episode.

      I wasn't in suspense at all. Daryl and Beth are contenders to die but not until they get regrouped, they won't die before the regroup with anyone else. At least with 4x09-4x11 they had groups meet up together and head to Terminus, and the Governor episodes were about him finding another group and becoming the leader. This led no where.

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    • Gearslover01 wrote:

      Cat2006house wrote:

      98.15.191.209 wrote:
      Yikes. This would be a hard episode to start watching the series, "who's merle? Who's Sophia? Who's Shaun" some questions us veteran Walking Dead members ask stuff like, "why did beth mention Sophia, does she want to die? Why do these bodies keep showing up with wooden messages nailed to the dead people? Why didn't Daryl and Michonne take the moonshines back to the Prison the first time they were there?".
      Your obviously never watch Season 2 and 3.

      and to Gravelord and Gearlover01, I am afraid you guys (to be honest) don't understand what "The Walking Dead" even means. "Still" is not a filler epsiode. 

      The Walking Dead evolves around the characters, not zombie killing, and gore, or characters' deaths, exciting action scenes. It's all about their characters, emotion and development of personalities. It's all about how they change dealing with ZA, or the aftermath of ZA. Some of them turn into psychopaths, and others lose hope, and some heroically save others. It's all about human nature. It's all about "survivors' lives".

      We see Beth's evolution in this episode. We see how she faced her dad's death, and how she overcame the emotion. We see why Daryl lost all his hope, and we see a bit of Daryl's life in pre-apocalypse. We see how Daryl changed from a courteous guy to a guy that is full of fury and regret. We see their characters' development.

      The Walking Dead is not just about survival and zombie killing, or exciting action scenes. If you want these that bad, go watch World War Z or other zombie movies. I am afraid The Walking Dead is not your type and you guys are not true Walking Dead fans, since you barely know the meaning of "The Walking Dead" .

      No believe me - I know what The Walking Dead is about. I'm not the "Kill Zombies!" guy, I love character development and I have loved the last three episodes and defended it. This episode, though, was bad. There was no character development, there was back story, but no development. And no evolution to the story. Crying, few lines of dialogue, and getting drunk isn't character development. At the least Daryl and Beth should've been heading to Terminus, they should've regrouped with someone else, or the should've been introduced to the Hunters. None of that happened. It was filler. You could literally skip this episode and it wouldn't leave in you the dark at all. I'm not some rube that doesn't understand good story. The last 15 minutes were good, but so much of it was filler. At least have another group shown in this episode like Carol or Maggie's group, but no it was all Daryl and Beth. Two of the most stale characters in the show.

      Wut? No development? There was a lot of development. It seems the hatred for Daryl and Beth have blinded people from any sort of development of these two characters.

      Daryl: Yeah, backstory was a lot in this episode. He spoke of how he used to follow Merle around, which explains why he feels the need to take his anger out with violence. When he beat the walker with a golf club, that was angry Daryl... season 1 Daryl. When he shouted at Beth, that's how Daryl really is, not who his brother wanted him to be. He also spoke of Hershel, and how it shouldn't have been think first, act later. He blames himself. We also saw become a bit more vocal, he didn't need to be talked to to speak.

      Beth: I've always been 50/50 with her character. Yeah, she annoys me, not as much as Carl but at least she's improving. We saw her grow up this episode, alcohol was one of the many metaphors here. She realized that she is nothing like Michonne/Maggie etc. and that she has no idea why she's alive. She also realized that Daryl isn't going to keep saving her, and that she'll have to be more independant.

      And now, for both of them... the burning of the house at the end. Symbolic, I suppose. Yeah, you could look at it for what it is, them being stupid and burning down shelter. But, TWD isn't as straightforward as people think. They burned down the shelter, showing that no matter what, they keep moving. That flip-off thingy (still weirded out by that), the same message. The past is the past, they can only move forward.

      That's development.

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    • Dixonlovessquirrels wrote:
      Gearslover01 wrote:

      Cat2006house wrote:


      98.15.191.209 wrote:
      Yikes. This would be a hard episode to start watching the series, "who's merle? Who's Sophia? Who's Shaun" some questions us veteran Walking Dead members ask stuff like, "why did beth mention Sophia, does she want to die? Why do these bodies keep showing up with wooden messages nailed to the dead people? Why didn't Daryl and Michonne take the moonshines back to the Prison the first time they were there?".
      Your obviously never watch Season 2 and 3.

      and to Gravelord and Gearlover01, I am afraid you guys (to be honest) don't understand what "The Walking Dead" even means. "Still" is not a filler epsiode. 

      The Walking Dead evolves around the characters, not zombie killing, and gore, or characters' deaths, exciting action scenes. It's all about their characters, emotion and development of personalities. It's all about how they change dealing with ZA, or the aftermath of ZA. Some of them turn into psychopaths, and others lose hope, and some heroically save others. It's all about human nature. It's all about "survivors' lives".

      We see Beth's evolution in this episode. We see how she faced her dad's death, and how she overcame the emotion. We see why Daryl lost all his hope, and we see a bit of Daryl's life in pre-apocalypse. We see how Daryl changed from a courteous guy to a guy that is full of fury and regret. We see their characters' development.

      The Walking Dead is not just about survival and zombie killing, or exciting action scenes. If you want these that bad, go watch World War Z or other zombie movies. I am afraid The Walking Dead is not your type and you guys are not true Walking Dead fans, since you barely know the meaning of "The Walking Dead" .

      No believe me - I know what The Walking Dead is about. I'm not the "Kill Zombies!" guy, I love character development and I have loved the last three episodes and defended it. This episode, though, was bad. There was no character development, there was back story, but no development. And no evolution to the story. Crying, few lines of dialogue, and getting drunk isn't character development. At the least Daryl and Beth should've been heading to Terminus, they should've regrouped with someone else, or the should've been introduced to the Hunters. None of that happened. It was filler. You could literally skip this episode and it wouldn't leave in you the dark at all. I'm not some rube that doesn't understand good story. The last 15 minutes were good, but so much of it was filler. At least have another group shown in this episode like Carol or Maggie's group, but no it was all Daryl and Beth. Two of the most stale characters in the show.
      Wut? No development? There was a lot of development. It seems the hatred for Daryl and Beth have blinded people from any sort of development of these two characters.

      Daryl: Yeah, backstory was a lot in this episode. He spoke of how he used to follow Merle around, which explains why he feels the need to take his anger out with violence. When he beat the walker with a golf club, that was angry Daryl... season 1 Daryl. When he shouted at Beth, that's how Daryl really is, not who his brother wanted him to be. He also spoke of Hershel, and how it shouldn't have been think first, act later. He blames himself. We also saw become a bit more vocal, he didn't need to be talked to to speak.

      Beth: I've always been 50/50 with her character. Yeah, she annoys me, not as much as Carl but at least she's improving. We saw her grow up this episode, alcohol was one of the many metaphors here. She realized that she is nothing like Michonne/Maggie etc. and that she has no idea why she's alive. She also realized that Daryl isn't going to keep saving her, and that she'll have to be more independant.

      And now, for both of them... the burning of the house at the end. Symbolic, I suppose. Yeah, you could look at it for what it is, them being stupid and burning down shelter. But, TWD isn't as straightforward as people think. They burned down the shelter, showing that no matter what, they keep moving. That flip-off thingy (still weirded out by that), the same message. The past is the past, they can only move forward.

      That's development.

      Well said. I cannot comment any better.

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    • Dixonlovessquirrels wrote:

      Gearslover01 wrote:

      Cat2006house wrote:

      98.15.191.209 wrote:
      Yikes. This would be a hard episode to start watching the series, "who's merle? Who's Sophia? Who's Shaun" some questions us veteran Walking Dead members ask stuff like, "why did beth mention Sophia, does she want to die? Why do these bodies keep showing up with wooden messages nailed to the dead people? Why didn't Daryl and Michonne take the moonshines back to the Prison the first time they were there?".
      Your obviously never watch Season 2 and 3.

      and to Gravelord and Gearlover01, I am afraid you guys (to be honest) don't understand what "The Walking Dead" even means. "Still" is not a filler epsiode. 

      The Walking Dead evolves around the characters, not zombie killing, and gore, or characters' deaths, exciting action scenes. It's all about their characters, emotion and development of personalities. It's all about how they change dealing with ZA, or the aftermath of ZA. Some of them turn into psychopaths, and others lose hope, and some heroically save others. It's all about human nature. It's all about "survivors' lives".

      We see Beth's evolution in this episode. We see how she faced her dad's death, and how she overcame the emotion. We see why Daryl lost all his hope, and we see a bit of Daryl's life in pre-apocalypse. We see how Daryl changed from a courteous guy to a guy that is full of fury and regret. We see their characters' development.

      The Walking Dead is not just about survival and zombie killing, or exciting action scenes. If you want these that bad, go watch World War Z or other zombie movies. I am afraid The Walking Dead is not your type and you guys are not true Walking Dead fans, since you barely know the meaning of "The Walking Dead" .

      No believe me - I know what The Walking Dead is about. I'm not the "Kill Zombies!" guy, I love character development and I have loved the last three episodes and defended it. This episode, though, was bad. There was no character development, there was back story, but no development. And no evolution to the story. Crying, few lines of dialogue, and getting drunk isn't character development. At the least Daryl and Beth should've been heading to Terminus, they should've regrouped with someone else, or the should've been introduced to the Hunters. None of that happened. It was filler. You could literally skip this episode and it wouldn't leave in you the dark at all. I'm not some rube that doesn't understand good story. The last 15 minutes were good, but so much of it was filler. At least have another group shown in this episode like Carol or Maggie's group, but no it was all Daryl and Beth. Two of the most stale characters in the show.

      Wut? No development? There was a lot of development. It seems the hatred for Daryl and Beth have blinded people from any sort of development of these two characters.

      Daryl: Yeah, backstory was a lot in this episode. He spoke of how he used to follow Merle around, which explains why he feels the need to take his anger out with violence. When he beat the walker with a golf club, that was angry Daryl... season 1 Daryl. When he shouted at Beth, that's how Daryl really is, not who his brother wanted him to be. He also spoke of Hershel, and how it shouldn't have been think first, act later. He blames himself. We also saw become a bit more vocal, he didn't need to be talked to to speak.

      Beth: I've always been 50/50 with her character. Yeah, she annoys me, not as much as Carl but at least she's improving. We saw her grow up this episode, alcohol was one of the many metaphors here. She realized that she is nothing like Michonne/Maggie etc. and that she has no idea why she's alive. She also realized that Daryl isn't going to keep saving her, and that she'll have to be more independant.

      And now, for both of them... the burning of the house at the end. Symbolic, I suppose. Yeah, you could look at it for what it is, them being stupid and burning down shelter. But, TWD isn't as straightforward as people think. They burned down the shelter, showing that no matter what, they keep moving. That flip-off thingy (still weirded out by that), the same message. The past is the past, they can only move forward.

      That's development.

      No. There is a difference between back story and development. Back story is okay as long as characters change. They didn't. Daryl and Beth are still the same people. Daryl's character development stopped after Merle died. Daryl was the lone wolf causing trouble with his brother, to gaining independence and becoming a productive member of the group, to forming a relationship with Carol and reuniting with Merle. But with Carol gone a majority of the time and Merle died last season, Daryl has no story to change. Hell… the moment Beth called Daryl the "last man standing" I looked to my brother and said, "Well he's pretty much dead already." Daryl has no story, no longer sparks an interest, and is ready to be killed off. Beth never had a story to begin with, and I don't really care what happens to her.

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    • Gearslover01 wrote:

      Dixonlovessquirrels wrote:

      Gearslover01 wrote:

      Cat2006house wrote:


      98.15.191.209 wrote:
      Yikes. This would be a hard episode to start watching the series, "who's merle? Who's Sophia? Who's Shaun" some questions us veteran Walking Dead members ask stuff like, "why did beth mention Sophia, does she want to die? Why do these bodies keep showing up with wooden messages nailed to the dead people? Why didn't Daryl and Michonne take the moonshines back to the Prison the first time they were there?".
      Your obviously never watch Season 2 and 3.

      and to Gravelord and Gearlover01, I am afraid you guys (to be honest) don't understand what "The Walking Dead" even means. "Still" is not a filler epsiode. 

      The Walking Dead evolves around the characters, not zombie killing, and gore, or characters' deaths, exciting action scenes. It's all about their characters, emotion and development of personalities. It's all about how they change dealing with ZA, or the aftermath of ZA. Some of them turn into psychopaths, and others lose hope, and some heroically save others. It's all about human nature. It's all about "survivors' lives".

      We see Beth's evolution in this episode. We see how she faced her dad's death, and how she overcame the emotion. We see why Daryl lost all his hope, and we see a bit of Daryl's life in pre-apocalypse. We see how Daryl changed from a courteous guy to a guy that is full of fury and regret. We see their characters' development.

      The Walking Dead is not just about survival and zombie killing, or exciting action scenes. If you want these that bad, go watch World War Z or other zombie movies. I am afraid The Walking Dead is not your type and you guys are not true Walking Dead fans, since you barely know the meaning of "The Walking Dead" .

      No believe me - I know what The Walking Dead is about. I'm not the "Kill Zombies!" guy, I love character development and I have loved the last three episodes and defended it. This episode, though, was bad. There was no character development, there was back story, but no development. And no evolution to the story. Crying, few lines of dialogue, and getting drunk isn't character development. At the least Daryl and Beth should've been heading to Terminus, they should've regrouped with someone else, or the should've been introduced to the Hunters. None of that happened. It was filler. You could literally skip this episode and it wouldn't leave in you the dark at all. I'm not some rube that doesn't understand good story. The last 15 minutes were good, but so much of it was filler. At least have another group shown in this episode like Carol or Maggie's group, but no it was all Daryl and Beth. Two of the most stale characters in the show.
      Wut? No development? There was a lot of development. It seems the hatred for Daryl and Beth have blinded people from any sort of development of these two characters.

      Daryl: Yeah, backstory was a lot in this episode. He spoke of how he used to follow Merle around, which explains why he feels the need to take his anger out with violence. When he beat the walker with a golf club, that was angry Daryl... season 1 Daryl. When he shouted at Beth, that's how Daryl really is, not who his brother wanted him to be. He also spoke of Hershel, and how it shouldn't have been think first, act later. He blames himself. We also saw become a bit more vocal, he didn't need to be talked to to speak.

      Beth: I've always been 50/50 with her character. Yeah, she annoys me, not as much as Carl but at least she's improving. We saw her grow up this episode, alcohol was one of the many metaphors here. She realized that she is nothing like Michonne/Maggie etc. and that she has no idea why she's alive. She also realized that Daryl isn't going to keep saving her, and that she'll have to be more independant.

      And now, for both of them... the burning of the house at the end. Symbolic, I suppose. Yeah, you could look at it for what it is, them being stupid and burning down shelter. But, TWD isn't as straightforward as people think. They burned down the shelter, showing that no matter what, they keep moving. That flip-off thingy (still weirded out by that), the same message. The past is the past, they can only move forward.

      That's development.

      No. There is a difference between back story and development. Back story is okay as long as characters change. They didn't. Daryl and Beth are still the same people. Daryl's character development stopped after Merle died. Daryl was the lone wolf causing trouble with his brother, to gaining independence and becoming a productive member of the group, to forming a relationship with Carol and reuniting with Merle. But with Carol gone a majority of the time and Merle died last season, Daryl has no story to change. Hell… the moment Beth called Daryl the "last man standing" I looked to my brother and said, "Well he's pretty much dead already." Daryl has no story, no longer sparks an interest, and is ready to be killed off. Beth never had a story to begin with, and I don't really care what happens to her.

      I know what you're saying, but some of the things I listed weren't backstory. And, another bit for Daryl is that, not only did the viewers think he was superhuman, but the group at the prison did too. He began to believe it himself, that he was a hero. Now, all of that is gone.

      A trigger in Daryl tells him to shut down, and be independent, shut all of his emotions away and be the lone survivor again. But Beth won't allow that. So now, we're seeing a change in Daryl, that he can't keep shutting down, and has to learn to participate in a group again.

      I don't think you'll see it the way I see it, so I don't think there's much point in to keep arguing about it. But, here's an example of something. I detest Carl. I do, it's been there for two seasons. When "After" aired, I didn't want to like it. I saw it for what it was, straightforward. Stupid ass Carl trying to be a grown up, but I looked at it again and again and accepted his development.

      You may not see the development, but it's there. :)

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    • I liked the episode. It wasn't my favorite, not even close, but I am happy that we finally got some real development for Beth and Daryl, mainly Daryl. However, I feel like an entire episode devoted to Beth and Daryl is a little unnecessary, but who knows, maybe this episode will turn out to be very important later on.

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    • Daryl is one of my fav. character and to be honest with you recently he has been getting boring.... I was scared for this episode and thought it was really gonna suck. But i was happy when i was watching and actually enjoying it. Norman did a awesome job and Daryl went back to being a asshole which is a good change. Overall it was a filler so 7/10

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    • Am I the only one who thinks Beth's death is foreshadowed in this episode. Sort of like what they did with hershel where they take an episode to develop them to kill them later. Plus she's been on the show for a whole now and I think we're due for a character death to stir up the story a bit.

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    • Breaking Dead25 wrote: Am I the only one who thinks Beth's death is foreshadowed in this episode. Sort of like what they did with hershel where they take an episode to develop them to kill them later. Plus she's been on the show for a whole now and I think we're due for a character death to stir up the story a bit.

      I think it's too early to kill Beth. It would seem repetitive after Hershel's death for Maggie. I DO think, however, Beth foreshadowed Daryl's death. How she is talking about Daryl outliving her and everyone else, how he was built for this world, and how he'll be the last man standing. To stick it to him and Beth, he'll die. The moment Beth said that to Daryl I looked at my brother and I said, "He's dead. He's going to die just because she said that."

      My gut is telling me that the horrible, earth-shattering thing that happens in 4x15 is that while Judith may die, Daryl might be killed by the Hunters.

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    • It's the writers who don't like Beth.  They have never developed her character.  We learned nothing of Daryl or Beth this episode. The fragile woman telling off a tough guy and saving him emotionally is trite, predictable, has been played out in every tv show and movie ever made.   Yawn.  In addition, the girl can't act so brings nothing to the table. Her small frame, voice, and attitude is that of an 11 year old, not an 18 year old.  And after 2 years in the Zombie Apocalypse, she should have already grown up.  The age difference between the two (18, 35) is no big deal, especially since there are few options.  In the original comic, Andrea was young and was involved with Dale who was 20 years her senior.  However, an 11 year old and a grown man is gross.  On a side note, t I never saw chemistry between Daryl and Carol; if they had chemistry they would have gotten it on already.  Daryl looks 35 and Carol looks 50.  Their relationship is more that of mother and child.

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    • 216.15.57.137 wrote: It's the writers who don't like Beth.  They have never developed her character.  We learned nothing of Daryl or Beth this episode. The fragile woman telling off a tough guy and saving him emotionally is trite, predictable, has been played out in every tv show and movie ever made.   Yawn.  In addition, the girl can't act so brings nothing to the table. Her small frame, voice, and attitude is that of an 11 year old, not an 18 year old.  And after 2 years in the Zombie Apocalypse, she should have already grown up.  The age difference between the two (18, 35) is no big deal, especially since there are few options.  In the original comic, Andrea was young and was involved with Dale who was 20 years her senior.  However, an 11 year old and a grown man is gross.  On a side note, t I never saw chemistry between Daryl and Carol; if they had chemistry they would have gotten it on already.  Daryl looks 35 and Carol looks 50.  Their relationship is more that of mother and child.

      When was the last time your mother called you pookie and openly admitting to checking out your ass.

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    • @Gears

      When beth said that, i was so happy. Because now she is wrong.

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    • Hi :)

      In this episode Daryl said that he did whatever Merle wanted to do, and mentioned he drank alcohol with Merle and the dealer but did he mention taking drugs too? I've always thought that while Daryl joined in with Merle drinking, he didn't use the drugs and that he seemed to dislike the fact that Merle took them. i.e. when Tyreese was sick in season 2 Daryl said he had Merle's drugs instead of my drugs like he was being clear that he had nothing to do with them.

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    • Best episode EVER. This isn't your usual TWD episode. And maybe I loved it because Daryl & Beth are my favourite characters. But it was awesome! The writing, the acting (especially with the big argument) was great, and there were some really emotional scenes. I thought the development for both characters was fantastic. I get why people didn't like it. But I loved it. I actually found myself smiling at the end of this episode. Nothing will beat that final scene! 10/10. Fantastic.

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    • Gearslover01 wrote:

      Breaking Dead25 wrote: Am I the only one who thinks Beth's death is foreshadowed in this episode. Sort of like what they did with hershel where they take an episode to develop them to kill them later. Plus she's been on the show for a whole now and I think we're due for a character death to stir up the story a bit.

      I think it's too early to kill Beth. It would seem repetitive after Hershel's death for Maggie. I DO think, however, Beth foreshadowed Daryl's death. How she is talking about Daryl outliving her and everyone else, how he was built for this world, and how he'll be the last man standing. To stick it to him and Beth, he'll die. The moment Beth said that to Daryl I looked at my brother and I said, "He's dead. He's going to die just because she said that."

      My gut is telling me that the horrible, earth-shattering thing that happens in 4x15 is that while Judith may die, Daryl might be killed by the Hunters.

      I thought I was the only one who noticed that because everyone I asked just said "no they won't kill Daryl!" I really believe that scene was raising major death flags for Daryl especially the part about how he'll probably outlive her. It would be great if Daryl dies, and Beth has to greive with the fact that she outlived him, it's such a good element to NOT use.

      Also Daryl being hunted by the hunters I feel would be a great death since he was a hunter and he had been hunted.

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    • Gearslover01 wrote:

      Dixonlovessquirrels wrote:

      Gearslover01 wrote:

      Cat2006house wrote:


      98.15.191.209 wrote:
      Yikes. This would be a hard episode to start watching the series, "who's merle? Who's Sophia? Who's Shaun" some questions us veteran Walking Dead members ask stuff like, "why did beth mention Sophia, does she want to die? Why do these bodies keep showing up with wooden messages nailed to the dead people? Why didn't Daryl and Michonne take the moonshines back to the Prison the first time they were there?".
      Your obviously never watch Season 2 and 3.

      and to Gravelord and Gearlover01, I am afraid you guys (to be honest) don't understand what "The Walking Dead" even means. "Still" is not a filler epsiode. 

      The Walking Dead evolves around the characters, not zombie killing, and gore, or characters' deaths, exciting action scenes. It's all about their characters, emotion and development of personalities. It's all about how they change dealing with ZA, or the aftermath of ZA. Some of them turn into psychopaths, and others lose hope, and some heroically save others. It's all about human nature. It's all about "survivors' lives".

      We see Beth's evolution in this episode. We see how she faced her dad's death, and how she overcame the emotion. We see why Daryl lost all his hope, and we see a bit of Daryl's life in pre-apocalypse. We see how Daryl changed from a courteous guy to a guy that is full of fury and regret. We see their characters' development.

      The Walking Dead is not just about survival and zombie killing, or exciting action scenes. If you want these that bad, go watch World War Z or other zombie movies. I am afraid The Walking Dead is not your type and you guys are not true Walking Dead fans, since you barely know the meaning of "The Walking Dead" .

      No believe me - I know what The Walking Dead is about. I'm not the "Kill Zombies!" guy, I love character development and I have loved the last three episodes and defended it. This episode, though, was bad. There was no character development, there was back story, but no development. And no evolution to the story. Crying, few lines of dialogue, and getting drunk isn't character development. At the least Daryl and Beth should've been heading to Terminus, they should've regrouped with someone else, or the should've been introduced to the Hunters. None of that happened. It was filler. You could literally skip this episode and it wouldn't leave in you the dark at all. I'm not some rube that doesn't understand good story. The last 15 minutes were good, but so much of it was filler. At least have another group shown in this episode like Carol or Maggie's group, but no it was all Daryl and Beth. Two of the most stale characters in the show.
      Wut? No development? There was a lot of development. It seems the hatred for Daryl and Beth have blinded people from any sort of development of these two characters.

      Daryl: Yeah, backstory was a lot in this episode. He spoke of how he used to follow Merle around, which explains why he feels the need to take his anger out with violence. When he beat the walker with a golf club, that was angry Daryl... season 1 Daryl. When he shouted at Beth, that's how Daryl really is, not who his brother wanted him to be. He also spoke of Hershel, and how it shouldn't have been think first, act later. He blames himself. We also saw become a bit more vocal, he didn't need to be talked to to speak.

      Beth: I've always been 50/50 with her character. Yeah, she annoys me, not as much as Carl but at least she's improving. We saw her grow up this episode, alcohol was one of the many metaphors here. She realized that she is nothing like Michonne/Maggie etc. and that she has no idea why she's alive. She also realized that Daryl isn't going to keep saving her, and that she'll have to be more independant.

      And now, for both of them... the burning of the house at the end. Symbolic, I suppose. Yeah, you could look at it for what it is, them being stupid and burning down shelter. But, TWD isn't as straightforward as people think. They burned down the shelter, showing that no matter what, they keep moving. That flip-off thingy (still weirded out by that), the same message. The past is the past, they can only move forward.

      That's development.

      No. There is a difference between back story and development. Back story is okay as long as characters change. They didn't. Daryl and Beth are still the same people. Daryl's character development stopped after Merle died. Daryl was the lone wolf causing trouble with his brother, to gaining independence and becoming a productive member of the group, to forming a relationship with Carol and reuniting with Merle. But with Carol gone a majority of the time and Merle died last season, Daryl has no story to change. Hell… the moment Beth called Daryl the "last man standing" I looked to my brother and said, "Well he's pretty much dead already." Daryl has no story, no longer sparks an interest, and is ready to be killed off. Beth never had a story to begin with, and I don't really care what happens to her.

      Daryl did NOT want to hear that whole "last man standing" because, in an interview, it was said that was the worst thing to say to daryl, as he doesn't want to be alone anymore. 

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      Breaking Dead25 wrote: Am I the only one who thinks Beth's death is foreshadowed in this episode. Sort of like what they did with hershel where they take an episode to develop them to kill them later. Plus she's been on the show for a whole now and I think we're due for a character death to stir up the story a bit.

      I think it's too early to kill Beth. It would seem repetitive after Hershel's death for Maggie. I DO think, however, Beth foreshadowed Daryl's death. How she is talking about Daryl outliving her and everyone else, how he was built for this world, and how he'll be the last man standing. To stick it to him and Beth, he'll die. The moment Beth said that to Daryl I looked at my brother and I said, "He's dead. He's going to die just because she said that."

      My gut is telling me that the horrible, earth-shattering thing that happens in 4x15 is that while Judith may die, Daryl might be killed by the Hunters.

      The big cut on Tyrees's arm now kinda puts a Hunter target on his back. Im thinking he gets an infection, gets bit, runs off, and gets comic Daled.

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    • This episode was just plain bad.  Unconvincing acting (Daryl's break-out scene was laughable bad), moronic plot devices (would a hardened survivor burn down his shelter in the middle of the night?), and the continuing of the 4th season tradition of playing god-awful music at inappropriate times.

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    • Danspaz wrote:
      This episode was just plain bad.  Unconvincing acting (Daryl's break-out scene was laughable bad), moronic plot devices (would a hardened survivor burn down his shelter in the middle of the night?), and the continuing of the 4th season tradition of playing god-awful music at inappropriate times.


      Unconvincing acting? Lol, the acting in that scene was brilliant. Every review I've read thought it was some of the best acting of the series so far.

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    • RFC TWD wrote:
      Danspaz wrote:
      This episode was just plain bad.  Unconvincing acting (Daryl's break-out scene was laughable bad), moronic plot devices (would a hardened survivor burn down his shelter in the middle of the night?), and the continuing of the 4th season tradition of playing god-awful music at inappropriate times.

      Unconvincing acting? Lol, the acting in that scene was brilliant. Every review I've read thought it was some of the best acting of the series so far.

      I fully agree with you♫

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    • Danspaz wrote:
      This episode was just plain bad.  Unconvincing acting (Daryl's break-out scene was laughable bad), moronic plot devices (would a hardened survivor burn down his shelter in the middle of the night?), and the continuing of the 4th season tradition of playing god-awful music at inappropriate times.

      I understand that this is your opinion, so I'm just gonna ask one thing. At what other time was music used at inappropriate times in S4?

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    • Yeah man, out with it. I'm with Dixonlovessquirrels here, though i too question the wisdom of burning down your only shelter.

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    • Dixonlovessquirrels wrote:
      Danspaz wrote:
      This episode was just plain bad.  Unconvincing acting (Daryl's break-out scene was laughable bad), moronic plot devices (would a hardened survivor burn down his shelter in the middle of the night?), and the continuing of the 4th season tradition of playing god-awful music at inappropriate times.
      I understand that this is your opinion, so I'm just gonna ask one thing. At what other time was music used at inappropriate times in S4?

      I wasn't a fan of the music selection in "30 Days...", "Internment" and "Live Bait."  My original post was a little harsh though.  I didn't hate "Still", I was just a little disappointed.  I had really high-hopes for that episode b/c Daryl and Beth are two of my favorite characters.  I did like the first half of the episode, but disliked most of the scenes after they found the still.

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    • Danspaz wrote:
      Dixonlovessquirrels wrote:
      Danspaz wrote:
      This episode was just plain bad.  Unconvincing acting (Daryl's break-out scene was laughable bad), moronic plot devices (would a hardened survivor burn down his shelter in the middle of the night?), and the continuing of the 4th season tradition of playing god-awful music at inappropriate times.
      I understand that this is your opinion, so I'm just gonna ask one thing. At what other time was music used at inappropriate times in S4?
      I wasn't a fan of the music selection in "30 Days...", "Internment" and "Live Bait."  My original post was a little harsh though.  I didn't hate "Still", I was just a little disappointed.  I had really high-hopes for that episode b/c Daryl and Beth are two of my favorite characters.  I did like the first half of the episode, but disliked most of the scenes after they found the still.

      Hehe, Beth's singing will always be worse. Also in "I Ain't A Judas" the end music for that sucked bad.

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    • Danspaz wrote:
      This episode was just plain bad.  Unconvincing acting (Daryl's break-out scene was laughable bad), moronic plot devices (would a hardened survivor burn down his shelter in the middle of the night?), and the continuing of the 4th season tradition of playing god-awful music at inappropriate times.

      Wow you really should be an actor if you know how to portray a character convincingly. :P

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    • Cat2006house wrote:
      Danspaz wrote:
      This episode was just plain bad.  Unconvincing acting (Daryl's break-out scene was laughable bad), moronic plot devices (would a hardened survivor burn down his shelter in the middle of the night?), and the continuing of the 4th season tradition of playing god-awful music at inappropriate times.
      Wow you really should be an actor if you know how to portray a character convincingly. :P

      Ha my acting ability is nothing to speak of at all.  However, I am not on a hit TV show.

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    • This was maybe the best episode so far, apart from "Tell it to the Frogs". Great pace, great writing, great dialogue, great acting. The different camera shots where beautifully arranged and it was just an all over amazing and overwhelming episode. I understand why people with a shorter attention span are getting bored watching this, as its an episode for a more aquired taste. for the people that keep saying its the worst episode and its just horrible: stick to the sylvester stallone movies. there you got your action.

      Thank you.

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    • 217.84.230.45 wrote: This was maybe the best episode so far, apart from "Tell it to the Frogs". Great pace, great writing, great dialogue, great acting. The different camera shots where beautifully arranged and it was just an all over amazing and overwhelming episode. I understand why people with a shorter attention span are getting bored watching this, as its an episode for a more aquired taste. for the people that keep saying its the worst episode and its just horrible: stick to the sylvester stallone movies. there you got your action.

      Thank you.

      I laugh at this comment. Yes there are some people who likes action but do you actually think that the others are too shallow and cannot see that the whole plot was annoying, misleading, and spit worthy?

      That's all, Thanks.

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    • WalkerMaimer wrote:

      217.84.230.45 wrote: This was maybe the best episode so far, apart from "Tell it to the Frogs". Great pace, great writing, great dialogue, great acting. The different camera shots where beautifully arranged and it was just an all over amazing and overwhelming episode. I understand why people with a shorter attention span are getting bored watching this, as its an episode for a more aquired taste. for the people that keep saying its the worst episode and its just horrible: stick to the sylvester stallone movies. there you got your action.

      Thank you.

      I laugh at this comment. Yes there are some people who likes action but do you actually think that the others are too shallow and cannot see that the whole plot was annoying, misleading, and spit worthy?

      That's all, Thanks.

      At least this anon appreciate the hard work the crew made to create the episode♪ Your comment is really harsh to be honest♫ I couldn't imagine what the cast and crew would do seeing that spit worthy comment♪ I can tell they put their best in making the episode "watchable", even to the Daryl and Beth haters, with only two characters in there♫

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    • I'm not being harsh it's the truth! I appreciate what the cast and crew are doing I really do but this episode deserves my shredder but then again I apologize if it came out badly yet I still stand with my convictions and that's that.

      Thanks for hearing me out.

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    • WalkerMaimer wrote:
      I'm not being harsh it's the truth! I appreciate what the cast and crew are doing I really do but this episode deserves my shredder but then again I apologize if it came out badly yet I still stand with my convictions and that's that.

      Thanks for hearing me out.

      I appreciate your appreciation for the episode even though you still don't like the episode lol♫

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    • Re-watched this episode last night. Still feel strongly about it, and it's still my favourite. <3 ♫LLD♫

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    • top 3 favorite episodes in TWD

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