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Horfer The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 11 Watch Free Online
02-24-2014, 06:34 PM (This post was last modified: 02-25-2014 05:55 AM by syokg.)
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Horfer The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 11 Watch Free Online

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The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 11 Beth breaks down, and later we see her tearing those old pages out of her journal while we hear the end of her entry: "If this [the prison] doesn't work, I don't know how I can keep going." Poor girl. However, his next move -- leaving the girls alone in the woods, back to back, with a gun and a baby -- did not scream Father of the Year. He leaves them to investigate noises down by the railroad tracks and finds two men (the aforementioned half-eaten corpses) trying to fight off walkers and losing. Meanwhile, Mika's got a shaky gun pointed towards a couple of walkers and Lizzie's practically suffocating the baby so she won't cry. Now, due to Lizzie's previous less-than-sane behavior, I really thought she was going to do it. I still think she's the one behind those dead rats back at the prison, and I don't think we've seen what she's really capable of yet. Thankfully, though, the girls are saved from the walkers and Judith from Lizzie by none other than... Carol!

Hooray! Carol's back! She found her two surrogate daughters and can relieve Tyreese of babysitting duty! Oh, wait. Tyreese. He still doesn't know that Carol euthanized his flu-stricken girlfriend back at the prison...

That should get interesting. But as they are about to leave, one of the men who was attacked starts talking to them as he lays dying. Again we hear that familiar, hopeful statement. "There's a place" nearby, a safe place. He tells them to follow the tracks and they oblige, because what else are they going to do? But to their surprise, there actually is a place. Like, right down the road, apparently. Whether it's safe or not is yet to be determined, but they come across a marker and map on the side of the tracks promising "sanctuary for all" at a place called, "Terminus."

Now on to the third group of survivors: Maggie, Sasha and Bob. The three of them are taking a break in the woods so Sasha can tend to a wounded Bob, who's so nice he actually apologizes for smiling. Unlike Sasha and Maggie, he isn't looking for a loved one and is mainly happy to be alive. Maggie, on the other hand, is furious about losing Glenn. She thinks he got out on the bus of sick people and wants to go look for it. Sasha wants to find food and shelter, but Bob convinces them to stick together in search of Glenn. That's when they see this morbidly hilarious sign: They head out, and the trail leads them to a patch of grapes where it looks like someone left in a hurry. Little do they know that it was Tyreese, Mika and Lizzie. They hear walkers in the distance and find fresh corpses being devoured on the railroad tracks. After fighting them off, they're unable determine if the bodies belong to their friends.

Still, some of the questions required you to pat a bit more attention to detail. Another one asks you to identify a quote, specifically: “What did Carl say to the three walkers outside the house after he killed them?”

Given how arrogant Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) was acting during the premiere, it didn’t take us long to figure out that the answer was “I win!” (ugh) but at least we were somewhat challenged.

Log in to Facebook and then head over to AMC to take the quiz for yourself. To foster a friendly sense of competition the site pits you against other Facebook users and awards points based on the amount of time it takes you to answer each question correctly, but it’s all in good fun!

Think you have what it takes to try out the “After” quiz? Matt Smith is fresh off of his turn as the 11th incarnation of Doctor Who on the hit BBC series with the same name. So now that he’s out of a job, which show would the British actor love to be on? Per Comicbook.com, he told an audience at Wizard World New Orleans earlier this month that he’d love to give The Walking Dead a shot!

The hit AMC drama was actually the 31-year-old actor's second choice (for shame!) but since his first pick, Breaking Bad, is no longer on the air, we’ll let it slide. “I love The Walking Dead," he told the crowd. "That would be cool.”

With The Governor’s (David Morrissey) death in the midseason finale, the show is down an Englishmen, so maybe Scott Gimple and co. can keep Matt in mind if they’re currently casting any roles for Season 5, which is scheduled to start filming in a few months. You’ve gotta keep that swarthy Brit quota up, fellas!

The Gov’s demise also means we’re missing a villain, and we think Matt would make a great big bad tasked with giving Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the others hell. Can’t you just see it now?!

But even if their isn’t a real part available for Matt in the near future, we bet he would be satisfied playing a walker. The folks over at Zap2It used AMC’s Dead Yourself app to see what Matt would look like as a member of the undead, and we think he’d fit right in with the rest of ‘em!

Do you think Matt Smith would be a good addition to The Walking Dead cast, or are we getting a bit ahead of ourselves?

Next we see Tyreese, Mika and Lizzie walking together in the woods with... *Drumroll*... Baby Judith! So that bloody car seat from last year's midseason finale was merely a red herring (pun maybe intended). Now, the baby was born in the prison, so this is the first time they've really had to deal with a loud, crying infant out in Walkerville. Not only does Tyreese have to deal with that, but he also has to change diapers in the forest and chase after Mika when she gets scared and runs off. Someone give this guy his own spin-off!

First we see Beth and Daryl, who we already knew ran off together after the blowout at the prison. Hearing Beth's voice reading her first, optimistic journal entry from back when they found the prison, while simultaneously watching her fight her way away from it with Daryl in the woods is chilling. You remember how relived they were to find it, especially with Lori's baby on the way. As we see her and Daryl now laying exhausted in a field while trying to flee their former sanctuary, we hear Beth recall her father's mantra: "If you don't have hope, what's the point of living?" Ugh. R.I.P Hershel ::pours one out::

But even though things are a lot worse now, Beth still has hope. She asks Daryl to help her track the others, convinced they all got out alive. Daryl is less enthusiastic but the two of them work well together as a team, especially when it comes to the whole stabbing-walkers-in-the-head thing.











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