The Walking Dead: Claimed Crazy Cheese Bonding and Rick at Rest

The Walking Dead: Claimed Crazy Cheese Bonding and Rick at Rest

Episode 11 of season 4 of The Walking Dead: Claimed was a mixture of crazy cheese bonding and Rick at rest. This episode gave insights to three separate stories. Carl and Michonne started off lightheartedly and after an awkward moment, Michonne decides to go searching for provisions with Carl and she talks the still recuperating Rick into staying behind and resting up. In this episode, Michonne is shown to have a lighter side which continues to shows an even greater depth to this “kick-ass” character. While these two friends forage for supplies the audience learn more about the samurai sword expert.

The Walking Dead: After – Michonne Remembers Carl Grows up

The Walking Dead: After – Michonne Remembers Carl Grows up

Before the opening credits roll, The Walking Dead: After gives the viewer one last poignant reminder of just what Rick’s group of survivors lost at the prison; Michonne puts an end to Hershel’s zombie head and later she takes off with her new walker comrades remembering her past while Rick and Carl share some moments during which Carl grows up and so does Rick.

The Walking Dead Indifference: Duality Is Scary and Not Welcome

The Walking Dead Indifference: Duality Is Scary and Not Welcome

The general consensus is that Carol in The Walking Dead is a sort of earth mother all caring and sharing, but, her role as survivor “mommy” has a scary duality and Rick shows in Indifference that it is not welcome at the camp anymore. It last week’s episode we learn along with Rick that she will do anything to protect the their dwindling group. Even murder and burn two survivors who caught the “walker flu.”

The Walking Dead Season Four Episode Three Isolation One is the Loneliest Number

The Walking Dead Season Four Episode Three Isolation One is the Loneliest Number

The Walking Dead season four, episode three is titled Isolation. It could have been called “One is the Loneliest Number.” While the title seems to be referencing the isolation that our survivors are having to endure to keep the flu from spreading, it also means the conditions that the group are living in