The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 4 It not only moves fast among the population, it moves fast within the body. It’s clear to the governing council that they have very little time to arrest this thing. It’s especially clear to Glenn, who sits there quietly – trying to control the fever he can feel coming on. She tried to develop some semblance of a relationship
Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 4 with Daryl in the second and third seasons, but so far this season, that attempt has been fruitless and unsatisfying. His fear over losing his sister, Sasha, to the infection urges him to join Daryl, Michonne and Bob on a 50-mile trip to a veterinary college to obtain medicine. He and the others barely escape a herd of walkers that overtook their vehicle and attacked them. We leave them lost in the woods, trying to find their way to safety. It isn’t so easy to do. The permanent residents of the former West Georgia Correctional Facility are quickly becoming infected by the flu that first showed up in episode one. It’s moved from the walkers outside the fence to just about everybody on the inside. They need antibiotics, but they’ve cleaned out everything nearby. A desperate measure is agreed upon: Hershel thinks a foraging party might find antibiotics at a veterinary college at West Peachtree Tech – animal antibiotics apparently are the same as human antibiotics (who knew). But it’s 50 miles away. It’s a long and dangerous trip. Daryl immediately volunteers to lead it. That’s how far he’s willing to go for the group. Hershel wants to go, too. But with only one leg, he’d be a sure drag (pun intended). So he glumly gets stuck at home. Tyreese is overcome by Karen’s death, and especially the grisly manner in which she was killed. Rick, Daryl, and Carol try to console him, but in his rage, he slugs Rick. Bad idea. Rick pummels Tyreese, and practically breaks his shooting hand on Tyreese’s face before Daryl finally pulls him off. The line between pig-farmer Rick and Crazy Town Rick is apparently very fine. With death and rot surrounding them, disease was not surprising, even inevitable. Bodies were buried in land near water and used for planting crops and feeding livestock. Walkers with their unbelievable stench and decay certainly carried communicable diseases. Personal hygiene was not a priority, and food was intended to sustain. The prison was more of a breeding ground for illness and death than a safe haven from walkers. And now our survivors in the fourth season of "The Walking Dead" must anticipate and respond to threats from unknown and known sources. But we are left with hope. Tyreese exploded with rage over the loss of Karen, his girlfriend, and demanded that Rick bring the perpetrator to justice. We learned that Karen and David were killed and burned. A production note: we were struck by three performances tonight: Scott Wilson, who plays Hershel; Chad Coleman, who plays Tyreese; and Melissa McBride, who plays Carol. The first has a career going back to “In Cold Blood” in 1967, the second is known from “The Wire,” and Ms. McBride is in her first recurring role. All three breath vivid life into their characters as they try and deal with the horrors of this world. The group does their best to isolate everybody who’s been infected. But it moves too fast. Sasha comes down with it. Glenn comes down with it. A lot of people we don’t know come down with it. Little Lizzy, Carol’s newly adopted daughter, comes down with it.More ... Less ...
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