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The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 7: "Heads Up" Recap & Discussion

We can FINALLY let the cat out of the bag. Glenn is…ALIVE. Your Watergate/Glenngate/DumpsterGate theories were mostly right! We’ve had a lot of fun watching everyone’s paranoid takes and hilarious memes on The Walking Dead’s biggest controversy to date. To sum up, it WAS Nicholas’ intestines, Glenn DID make it under the dumpster, and he DID live to tell about it. Here’s our favorite meme about it:


BACK to the episode: With a broken flare gun and an empty water bottle, Glenn is S.O.L. Thankfully, Enid shows up and tosses him a bottled water from the roof. “Heads up,” she yells. Glenn searches for her in the nearby building (he couldn’t have gone in there earlier?!), catches up with her, and chases her out. Back in Alexandria, Rick confronts Morgan about having talk and discovers a hole in the wall that’s emitting blood. Maggie admits her optimism for finding Glenn is waning. (She also mentions Judith is starting to look like Lori…AND SHANE). While chasing Enid, Glenn comes upon a torn-up David and puts him out of his misery (how is he still THIS in tact??). He retrieves David’s note to his wife and leaves.


Rick tears down Father Gabriel’s prayer circle flyers (because Rick doesn’t give a F***) and later teaches Ron how to use a gun (how could that possibly backfire??) Afterwards, Rick and Carol interrogate Morgan about letting the Wolves out of Alexandria (and eventually to Rick’s RV). He admits he did but summons the example of Rick not killing him (in Season 3) as an instance of people changing. Michonne voices her skepticism and questions if he even belongs in the community.


The crack along Alexandria’s tower looks worse than ever. As Michonne and Rick discuss creating more watch points, Deanna reveals her plans for Alexandria’s future. Meanwhile, Rosita teaches Eugene, Jessie, and other Alexandrians how to defend themselves with machetes. She explains to an uninspired Eugene, “Dying is simple. The people around you dying? That’s the hard part.”


Glenn tracks down Enid and demands he take her home. After some serious persuasion, Enid reluctantly agrees to go with Glenn (with balloons)! Meanwhile, Tobin assists Rick in adding more boards to the wall. He mentions Rick scared the hell out of everyone. Glenn and Enid make it back to Alexandria to discover a herd of walkers surrounding the walls. “The world just wants to die. We’re supposed to just let it,” Enid laments.

Rick and Tobin notice Spencer climbing a horizontal rope outside the walls and rush over to help. The rope breaks and Spencer falls into a group of walkers as Tara and Michonne spring into action, take out walkers, and ultimately save Spencer. Rick castigates Tara for getting too close and she gives him the finger. He then scolds Spencer, “What…was THAT?” Rick demands. Spencer explains he intended to get in a car to drive the walkers away but Rick argues if he has an idea he needs to consult Rick first.


Morgan reveals his captive Wolf’s wound to Denise and asks her to look at it. Carol follows them and decides to drop Judith off with Jessie to further investigate. Before she leaves, Sam seizes the opportunity to have an existential conversation with Carol. She tells him “The only thing that keeps you from becoming a monster is killing.” Later, Carol confronts Morgan and asks who he has in his cell. Michonne notices Deanna included a church in her future Alexandrian plans.


While Ron follows Carl with a loaded gun, Rick apologizes to Tara and explains she didn’t have to save Spencer. Deanna thanks Rick for saving her son and uses it to explain there’s still good in him. Suddenly, everyone in Alexandria notices green balloons rising into the sky. Maggie takes it as a sign that Glenn is still alive and starts running towards the gate. Right on cue, the bell tower succumbs to its treacherous crack and FALLS AND CRUSHES THE GATE…LEAVING A HOLE BIG ENOUGH FOR EVERY WALKER TO COME IN. Comic fans should be freaking out right now.


  1. AlphaWolf November 22, 2015 at 7:08 pm - Reply

    This first half has been brought full circle rather nicely! Carl from the show, meet Carl from the comics haha

  2. jkprout November 22, 2015 at 7:15 pm - Reply
  3. Spector99 November 22, 2015 at 7:17 pm - Reply

    So it wasn’t Glenn on the walkie-talkie last episode.

  4. Peaceful November 22, 2015 at 7:23 pm - Reply

    YAAAAAAAAAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Glen is alive! I knew he was!!!!!!!!! But, after Deanna’s son was rescued the station went to commercial and got stuck on it! I missed the last ten minutes! It’s still stuck! All other channels work. Wish the cable folks would fix it. Great episode up to that point.

  5. KingDead November 22, 2015 at 7:42 pm - Reply

    Omg I have a hard on of excitement for this finale lol. This season has yet to upset me besides the whole Abe and Sasha thing. With this change I wonder how different no way out will be from the comic. I can see reckless Ron doing what Douglas did. I can see Sam and baby Judy….. Yal know….. I can see Carol going monster on Morgan lol. So many different possibilities I can’t wait. P.s. welcome tf back Glenn the Damn Rhee

  6. Tonnie2NA November 22, 2015 at 7:58 pm - Reply

    Goddamn I hate Chris Hardwick’s precimism these last few weeks.

  7. Tonnie2NA November 22, 2015 at 8:43 pm - Reply

    I was starting to lose hope in this show. Typically I am excited to watch TWD, and typically that excitement starts with the promo at the end of an episode and carries through the entire week. But these last couple weeks I’ve just been waiting for TWD to happen to me, knowing that my lovely Sunday will ultimately end in depression.
    NOT TONIGHT! Fucking so happy and excited to see next week’s episode! I haven’t smiled this big since Andrea died.

  8. BillyHo November 22, 2015 at 9:40 pm - Reply

    LMFAO at all the naysayers on Glen being dead.

    And no the idea of such a weak presentation of his supposed demise was not a well thought out plan. It was simply stupid and will cause much more issue when he actually does die later.

    Carl better watch his back. Will Enid resolve the issue between Carl and Ron? Will Ron simply get his during the Zombie attack?

    Will we see an RPG come and save the day with zombie rampage going on next week? Will Jesus be found? What can Glenn do from outside to help those inside?

    Hoping next week brings more conclusion then it does creating new drama? Yes we need the end teaser that keeps us watching but we also need to feel like we aren’t always seeing a drawn out ‘to be continued’ without having a feeling like the story is moving along.

    • Tonnie2NA November 22, 2015 at 10:31 pm - Reply

      I got a feeling Glenn ain’t gonna die by the bat. To put us through that fucking term oil and heartache again, well the writers would have to be as evil as Negan to do that to us. Carol, Daryl, or Sasha are my bet.

      • BillyHo November 22, 2015 at 11:29 pm - Reply

        I don’t read the comics and only picking up little personality traits on potential characters but the idea of Negan doing the bat thing to a female character seems against his personality in concerns with the the beating of a woman. He is a womanizer but disdains abuse of women from what I have gathered?

        My bets are on Morgan (due to the attention he got with his backstory), Abraham (well because he has red hair.ha), Spencer, Sam/Paul (it would cause a big stir among many of the major characters as well as Alexandria group), Tobin (aren’t we all liking him more and more?) or Aaron… because people like him so much.

        If any of the second Tier characters get a lot more attention and loving due to added film time then I would push them closer to the front of the batting line-up.

        But we never know who they will kill and who could take over comic story lines. Pretty much everything is open.

      • Glenn24Rhee November 23, 2015 at 7:23 am - Reply

        I don’t think he will kill a woman that way, unless Carol does something really crazy and pulls a Kenny on Carver from Telltales The Walking Dead Season 2. Sasha is to underdeveloped to be killed off like that, but Daryl is a likely victim. That would cause so much sh!t to hit the fan. Like when Maggie attacks Rick in the comics for just sitting there, Carol will take her place. I think the show would be changed forever if Daryl were to die. I know it sounds dumb, but really he is a huge part of this world. I strangely believe that there would be a chain of fan suicides due to it. I can see them killing Glenn. We crapped ourselves for weeks, just for them to kill him off. That would be unexpected with this whole survival dumpster thing he pulled (Really hoping that won’t happen). Just stop and think, if Lucille doesn’t meet Daryl or Glenn’s head, then who is significant enough to take it? They can’t kill Rick now and I don’t see Carol living past this zombie invasion their having presently. It would be strangely sick and satisfying for Negan to kill Gabriel. Imagine Rick and Gabriel fixing their issues and then immediately after that, our Priest (Pastor… What is he?) is beaten to the ground, possibly even in the Alexandrian church to symbolize Garth’s kneeling slaughter and all the lives Gabriel let pass.

        • BillyHo November 24, 2015 at 7:20 pm - Reply

          For sure the TV writers don’t need to follow the comic drama. They can go from the ‘OMG I can’t believe they killed him drama’ to the ‘OMG I am so glad that MOFO is dead drama’. Or completely different type of drama?
          Thinking comic book readers need to take a chill pill and just watch the TV show. If they don’t like it then they can move on, not like the show hasn’t already had dramatic moments removed and or reworked already. On point… the baby shouldn’t even be alive right now.

          • BASTET. November 26, 2015 at 4:56 am

            I LOVE it when the show changes it up a bit! I WANT them to keep me in suspense!

          • BillyHo November 26, 2015 at 5:48 pm

            I read someplace recently that the TV show has not had a single major death mirror the comic exactly. And so many other characters are actually taking the events in game on themselves versus who did in the comic. So why would we expect it be Glenn that gets the bat when the haven’t followed the comics on how deaths happen yet?

  9. Tonnie2NA November 22, 2015 at 11:31 pm - Reply

    Is it just me, or is Enid about to become the comic book Sophia? That’s what it seems like to me, being adopted by Gelnn and Maggie.

  10. BB8JAMES November 23, 2015 at 2:19 am - Reply

    I love how loyal this story has been to the comic. I do like what there doing with Ron ( I don’t like Ron i just like where there going with him ) and have a feeling where there going with him.

  11. BASTET. November 23, 2015 at 3:48 am - Reply

    ~ I love Glenn, glad he’s still with us, but what a piece of ridiculousness this was! That was right up there with that van drop last season! SMH. I do LOVE that they did something to get us talking & keep us in suspense from one ep to the next, and that they interject feel-good outcomes among the despair. There is that. But random acts of DIVINE INTERVENTION do NOT belong in this show!
    ~ I thought I had Enid pegged, but now I’m not sure at all. I’m hoping she just needs to get a grip & come to terms. She’s got my Red Flag raised.
    ~ Thought Rosita was too harsh on Eugene. Maybe her emotions got the best of her. Either way, she deserves a bitch slap for talking to Eugene like that!
    ~ Everybody’s coming down on Morgan, but he’s still got a point. I heard “D” tell Daryl that if he started killing people, he wouldn’t come back… that things wouldn’t go back to the way they used to be. I still think that’s a hero’s way of thinking. But I also feel that there are times when it is necessary to kill. That story line with Morgan & Carol (of all people) will be a major part of the season’s return that I’ll be looking forward to!
    ~ Speaking of Carol, I think that line she gave Sam could come back to stab her. My immediate thought was: Shouldn’t have said that to him, Carol.
    ~ I hope Denise is ready for what’s coming. She’s about to put that Gray’s Anatomy & acronyms to a serious test! Oh, Carl… !

    • John_Skanes November 23, 2015 at 4:11 am - Reply

      Yeah, I’m sure most people were elated to have Glenn slip under the dumpster, but I have to agree with you that I thought it was kind of pathetic. Glenn definitely needs to get the Lucile treatment at the end of the season now. Again people, I love the Glenn character but its time. Not everybody can live forever. He’s got nine lives for christ sake haha!
      I am excited that the No Way Out arc from the comic is now in full effect. It’s going to be all out mayhem watching them try to fight off all those walkers next week. Can’t wait.
      Rick and Carl forgot to explain to Ron that guns are all fun and games until someone loses an eye (ahem Carl).

      • BillyHo November 23, 2015 at 4:59 am - Reply

        I would have to look at it again. But did Ron even get the correct caliber bullets for his gun? Being a novice would he even know what caliber bullet to use? Rick did not show him any bullets to look at from what I noticed.

  12. seanmathews1 November 23, 2015 at 4:42 am - Reply

    Good episode. Looks like it’s about to hit the fan. We all knew this was coming with Glenn, so no surprise there.

    Enid is kind of annoying. She needs to stop the pity party. So now…. Comic talk.


    I don’t think with what’s happening At this point Morgan’s pacifism will be an issue. Depending on how many episodes the herd onslaught lasts… Morgan’s time is short.

    Looks like Carl might lose his eye after all. Ron looks like he’ll use the herd distraction to shoot Carl. Hope a walker takes him out in the worst way. Ron is probably my least favorite person on the show. Ever.

    Barreling closer to Hill Top and the Saviors….

    • seanmathews1 November 23, 2015 at 4:43 am - Reply

      And I tried to add spaces between the show talk and the spoiler section but the formatting got messed up. I miss the old system 🙁

      • BillyHo November 23, 2015 at 5:01 am - Reply

        I used to add dots to help format… but often forget to do so lately.
        Like I just did now.

        • BASTET. November 25, 2015 at 1:58 am - Reply

          I’m looking over the small stuff BillyHo… THIS was not small stuff! Just sayin’.

          • BASTET. November 25, 2015 at 2:22 am

            >This in reply to comment below<

          • BillyHo November 25, 2015 at 11:11 am

            Don’t you hate when the comment section won’t allow further comment?ha
            Sorry, but we are going to have to agree to disagree. Glenn and his predicament was small stuff in my eyes. Talking about angle of fall and trajectory and stuff… sorry but nit picking the small stuff in my eyes. Especially in comparison to ALL the other big stuff… and bigger small stuff. then this.
            Did you not see Spencer suddenly fall into a crowd of zombies to suddenly have them all part like the red sea at his fall? Not like zombies get scared and move away from things falling.ha
            He was alone with no body being devoured near him to take the attention away from the zombies and got away in far more miraculous manner.
            Just saying… the Glenn thing is really too much of an issue being made by EVERYONE that has issue with it.
            Can’t wait next week to see all these noobies chopping off zombie body parts like paper mache and then having their cotton shirts bitten through like they are also made of paper mache.
            The unrealistic nature of TWD is near maxed out from my point of view. Glenn… he simply crawled while most zombies had no clue he was even there anyway. And those that did… they are dead. 😉

        • BASTET. November 25, 2015 at 11:36 am - Reply

          Why,BillyHo, I’m surprised at you! You had an eye for small detail when Michonne hung that katana on the wall last season! LMAO! I notice all the other stuff that you’ve mentioned & even what you haven’t (like Nicholas’s blood splatter hitting the side of Glenn’s face despite the fact that Glenn is looking directly at him) but still feel that it pales in comparison. ANYWAY, I’m cool with agreeing to disagree… as long as it doesn’t end up in personal attacks, which happens too frequently. Speaking of which, I hope you’ll accept a direct apology for our past spats. I was a complete bitch & that stayed on my mind over the break. It’s why I made a point to reply to you with kindness the very first time you commented this season… wanted you to know that I can come back from that. So I am oficially telling you that I am truly sorry & glad that you didn’t tell me to fuck off when I hit you up. As for this comment system, I hate that more than the big & small stuff to nitpick over!
          If you’re celebrating holidays this weekend, ENJOY!!!

          • BillyHo November 25, 2015 at 12:59 pm

            Yes… I did mention the detail of the Katana. Just didn’t seem like a big issue for me on it either. Just an interesting one. Though surely discussion on it or any other subject could grow based on replies by others.

            I don’t hold grudges much on anyone on what they say on these boards. I am too old to care what the internet has to say to me. 😉 So no worries on that… to be truthful I didn’t even realize you had been the one that had so much issue with some of my comments in the past until l think the following week when it made me think I might have logged in using the wrong name or something to be treated so cordially by you?

            But no apology needed from you… all in the past. We all have our opinions and each has shown to have wrongs and rights proven or disproven when episodes reveal themselves later.

            If I was in the states we would be having a big feats this weekend. But I am now retired overseas so the celebration is not something that is front and center. I don’t even think they have Turkeys in the markets here. ha

            Enjoy your celebration though, and talk with you surely on the crazy things that are likely to go down on Monday.

            And yes… this comment system is the worst system I have ever had to use. They need to seriously think of updating it.

    • Glenn24Rhee November 23, 2015 at 7:10 am - Reply

      I don’t think Enid is really annoying, it’s more of a sad attitude (If you can imagine what that would be). Morgan is definitely going to be a huge issue. He either going to just break again or get someone killed (I’m thinking Carol).

  13. November 23, 2015 at 5:02 am - Reply

    Kind of worried about Judith because Carol said to Sam, “The only thing that keeps you from becoming a monster is killing.”…Just the way his face looked after she said that.Next week is going to be edge-of-seat…Daryl,Sasha,and Abraham will show up,I’m sure,and Glenn and Enid as all hell breaking loose in Alexandria!

  14. Glenn24Rhee November 23, 2015 at 7:05 am - Reply

    So happy Glenn is okay, but I think most of us guessed it. I really don’t care if people think it was unrealistic (Um… Hello it’s a zombie apocalypse). I love this whole Enid situation. Really starting to belief the she is going to take Sophia’s place. Like how Glenn and Maggie practically adopt her in the comics, maybe they’ll do that with Enid. Ron may or may not take one of Carl’s eyes. How are they going to handle Ron if he survives through the invasion? Like, what do you think Rick will do? The Alexandrians aren’t just going to let him kill a child.

    These are the people who I believe might die next Sunday: Deana, Spencer, Ron, Sam, Jessie, Bruce, Morgan, Judith, Tobin, Tara, Mickey (If he lived past the Wolf Attack), Eric, and possibly even Carol. One of our Favorites is definitely getting the axe and for some reason I really think it’s Carol. I would only be okay with Bruce, Morgan, Ron, and/ or Spencer dying (Yeah that’s right. I don’t care about Morgan anymore). Does anyone else think Morgan might kill Carol to keep his “pet” wolf alive and Denise will be there to sell him out.

    People who won’t die: Glenn, Maggie, Rick, Carl, Enid, Daryl, Sasha, Abraham, Eugene, Rosita,

    • BASTET. November 23, 2015 at 7:38 am - Reply

      The zombie apocalypse is the only thing that requires a suspension of disbelief.

      • joakolofvall November 23, 2015 at 6:11 pm - Reply

        You talk like Glenn became superman and Hershell came flying out of nowhere, killed the whole horde with his beard and saved Glenn. I mean, it makes sense. Zombies began eating Nicholas, so fresh blood attracted walker´s attention, wich gave Glenn some time to get under the dumpster. Walkers also tried to get under the dumpster to kill him, but they aren´t that smart and don´t know how to scroll, so Glenn kills them easily. The other walkers cant reach Glenn because of the dead bodies barrier. Eventualy, walkers walk away like we have seen them doing in many other episodes (Season 5, episode 10). We saw it coming, but it makes sense.

        • BASTET. November 24, 2015 at 6:56 am - Reply

          What I saw was Glenn & Nicholas falling from the dumpster, their bodies perpendicular to one another, with Nicholas continuing to fall parallel to Glenn, their feet closer to the dumpster, & their heads farther away. The landing finds them in a position that shouldn’t have been: Glenn’s head closer to the dumpster, their feet farther away, & Nicholas’s body laying ACROSS Glenn. They fell into a herd that was closing in with enough numbers that they should’ve been crushing themselves to slush, like what I saw at the “diversion wall” in the premiere. Because of the position of Nicholas’s body, there was plenty of exposure to Glenn’s body. Not only did the walkers ignore movements that would normally divert their attention even from fresh guts (like I’ve seen throughout the whole show), they decided to stop closing in on the area surrounding Glenn’s upper body. I saw them close in tight on his legs–if Noah had enough meat on his bones, Glenn certainly did–but they ignored his legs. These walkers ignored the movements of Glenn’s head as he raised & lowered it in trauma. They ignored his arms as he began to scramble under the dumpster. I didn’t see it, but I would think that it would require some leg & feet work to scramble under that dumpster, but that movement also obviously went ignored. I’ve seen walkers wedge themselves under vehicles & they don’t give up at the failure of another walker. Glenn didn’t have to push away any bodies to get out from under the dumpster, so if there was a body barrier, it wasn’t all the way around.
          The only way any of that makes sense to me is Hershell activated a force field that disrupted the landing positions as it surrounded Glenn.

          • Glenn24Rhee November 24, 2015 at 7:44 am

            Why are we talking about Hershel? You seems like you are trying to make it sound/ look like a horrible; terrible idea to save Glenn the way they did. This is still fiction so reality doesn’t matter at that point. Let us just end all this with saying, he was lucky. “Thank You,” in deed.

          • BillyHo November 24, 2015 at 7:28 pm

            I just think you are over thinking the small stuff too much. I mean as it is they treat peoples skulls like paper mache. Where a person that can barely fend off a zombie that has near zero muscle mass can easily push a blade into their heads like butter.
            So many more choices in the show to demonstrate the physics issues and inaccurate premises. To nitpick the Glenn escape is just disingenuous if near every other event isn’t equally nitpicked for crazy premise.
            Just sayin’… it’s a TV show.
            And on point… a mass of people like that is near impossible to move on your own accord especially if you are a zombie and have less focus. As i have pointed out elsewhere… if you have been to large concerts or gatherings where crowds are that packed together you can’t even bend down. If you drop your keys they are gone forever. ha

    • BASTET. November 24, 2015 at 11:51 am - Reply

      Because joakolofvall probably mentioned Hershell in response to my mention of “divine intervention”. It wasn’t horrible or terrible, it was ridiculous to me, & just because it’s fiction doesn’t mean it can’t be ridiculous. Glenn was more than lucky & I’ll just have to accept that. I still love the show, still happy that the awesome Glenn is with us, & still hope that he’s around for a long time.

  15. carlyyougoonie November 23, 2015 at 7:19 am - Reply

    So excited we still have Glenn with us. I wasn’t ready for him to go yet! As far as his escape not being realistic–dudes, how often do we hear about crazy near death experiences on the news? Miracles do happen. It’s not unbelievable

  16. carlyyougoonie November 23, 2015 at 7:20 am - Reply

    Also, I hope Enid has a backpack full of egg timers. They need a hell of a diversion.
    Maybe a gas truck and grenade launcher would do? HELP!

  17. Glenn24Rhee November 23, 2015 at 7:28 am - Reply

    All of the fans that were b!tching because of how “slow” and “zombie-less” they felt the series has been going lately will be sh!tting themselves real soon. This has been a pretty good season so far.

  18. madiba8 November 23, 2015 at 8:47 am - Reply

    You’re right, I’m freaking out right now. Carl, watch your back! Tobin, watch your back! Jessie, watch your back! Deanna, watch your back! Ron, watch your back (Well, you better don’t)! And just in case: Glenn, watch your back!

  19. pgilbride November 23, 2015 at 9:54 am - Reply

    Booo, so disappointed with the Glenn situation. That’s going to take away all the tension in any upcoming Glenn scenes for the rest of the show, now that it’s clear he’s invisible. The continuity between the fall off the dumpster and how his body was positioned when he landed was so terrible, they really dropped the ball with that one. As much as I previously didn’t want it to be Glenn that meets Lucille, now I really hope he does. And what was with that Spencer and the rope scene. I was hoping they were going to put that in the show, but it seemed like they just tossed it in there for no reason just to do it and didn’t even follow through completely. It felt so out of place. Overall this was probably my least favorite episode of the season so far, and that’s including “Now”.

    • RICKisagod November 23, 2015 at 3:28 pm - Reply

      I can only conclude that maybe they are giving the Spencer character more airtime to build him up a little. I mean he is eyecandy for women and gay men. There is a big gay contingent watching TWD. I work with a lot of gay guys and they are constantly going on about it. It kind of makes sense. A guy looks more rugged, and just possibly sexy, when all sweaty and dirty. Women just look disheveled when sweaty and dirty. It would look kind of stupid for the women on this show to be running around in full face with perfectly coiffed hair in hot pants wearing stiletto pumps or thigh high boots. I mean this is TV and not a video game or anime.

    • Glenn24Rhee November 24, 2015 at 7:38 am - Reply

      Well aren’t you just a downer. People complained that there weren’t enough zombies, then there wasn’t enough character development, and now they’re hating on their actual storytelling. Glenn isn’t invincible, he just got lucky. The whole scene was set up so you would think he was definitely dead. The rope thing really wasn’t that big of a deal. It wasn’t anything special in the comic book and it wasn’t anything special in the TV show either. You can’t expect them to put everything in the show with accuracy to the comics, especially with scenes that aren’t that big.

  20. Bsur November 23, 2015 at 10:30 am - Reply

    god how awful can a season be. more than half the episodes of the first half are blatant filler. unbelievable

  21. Lel14 November 23, 2015 at 1:15 pm - Reply

    I really hate to ask this but when will the episode be out on iTunes? It’s the only way I can watch it.

  22. RICKisagod November 23, 2015 at 3:15 pm - Reply

    Really? No one in that community has noticed a rotting tower large enough to take out a HUGE section of the wall standing there. No one? Oh well, it’s happened so now its a situation. I guess they were all into the season of love blossoming on TWD. OK, that being said, I’m glad they didn’t off Glenn. I totally would have been so unwell for that event.

    • pgilbride November 23, 2015 at 3:25 pm - Reply

      It’s only been one day since they released the walkers from the quarry and the wolves attacked. No one was outside the wall to inspect the damage to the tower before the herd surrounded the town. Not enough time to deal with it even if they did notice the damage.

      • RICKisagod November 23, 2015 at 3:34 pm - Reply

        Ok Well I would think it was in pretty bad shape prior to any walkers showing up. I mean it makes more sense to pull it down for a number of reasons including someone making unauthorized entry. Coincidence is just NOT a good writing device to use repeatedly. These guys have used it a good half dozen times. It disrupts continuity. It breeds mistrust in the viewers. Which will eventually lead to a decrease in viewership.

        • Thebigfatwalker1997 November 23, 2015 at 5:40 pm - Reply

          I would think that a tractor trailer ramming the bell tower head on would be enough to cause it to fall. It’s not about it being old and rickety, it’s about the impact that all of the events recently has had on Alexandria, leading to to the ultimate collapsing of the tower and breaching of the wall.

  23. Jamin November 23, 2015 at 7:16 pm - Reply

    Here is the church. Down falls the steeple. In come the zombies. To eat all the people.

  24. AlphaWolf November 23, 2015 at 7:35 pm - Reply

    Glenn’s plot armor lets him pull through once more lol but that won’t last forever. I am an avid fan of Glenn but I have to agree with those who have said it was just a bit too far-fetched for him to survive that ordeal.

  25. FunGirl3,000 November 23, 2015 at 8:23 pm - Reply

    I’m so scared for Judith and Carl, Rick and Carol wasn’t thinking to much this episode

  26. Lerpy November 24, 2015 at 10:34 am - Reply

    anyone else see the notes in the Dr surgery about head trauma? Wonder who will be needing those notes? wink wink

  27. mattbeef November 24, 2015 at 11:12 am - Reply

    I like Glenn, glad he is still around, but this was a bit much. Especially with the 3 week cliffhanger…Felt like they wasted a major audience emotional payload as well. The shock everyone felt when Glenn fell off the dumpster should have been saved for Negan. Negan needs to “meet” a major character on his first appearance to establish himself as “Something to Fear.” …If it’s not Glenn, the writers need to be careful who they sub out. If it’s a Farm league character people don’t have an attachment to (Morgan) it’s going to ruin Negan’s first impression, and you know what they say about first impressions.

  28. BarbaLucy November 24, 2015 at 1:10 pm - Reply

    I am happy Glenn is ok. Ultimately he will die just like everyone else but for now we have him.
    As far as an intro to Negan. Dwight hasn’t even gotten his face burned yet, and if the arc stays the same he will be N’s right hand man. Being that he is running in fear of the Saviors at this point, it seems like it would take some time for him to move to the position he is in when Negan is introduced.
    And… whose to say the guys chasing him are even Saviors? Maybe there is some new made for TV group ( like the wolves were) that is introduced first. There can never be too many bad guys after all.

  29. peirsol81 November 24, 2015 at 2:07 pm - Reply

    Carol is about to show the people of Alexandria her true colors.

  30. FunGirl3,000 November 25, 2015 at 5:04 pm - Reply

    I’m really scared for next episode, we have all of those walkers breaking in, we have a chance of Carl and Judith dying (Just imagine the condition of Rick if that does happen) we have Negan in Alexandria, we have Carol telling Sam to kill, and last but not least we have Morgan trying to help the wolves ( I see where he’s coming from tho )

    • BillyHo November 26, 2015 at 6:00 pm - Reply

      What makes you think Negan is in Alexandria next episode? (note if it is a comic storyline thing then I don’t want to hear about it. thanks)
      And why does everyone think the baby is going to get it? Just not seeing that as a thing that is going to happen on TV.
      Now what I wouldn’t be surprised in seeing is Negan taking the baby as his own to raise (if his other wives are not able to have children yet?) THAT would shake up Rick and the group. Or maybe take Maggie as a wife seeing she is with baby already? (I know… far fetched) I am not sure how he takes his wives but will be interested to see what his character is all about… seeing my knowledge on him is so limited.
      Surely someone will die next episode… just not thinking it will be too much of a big deal being mid-season break.

  31. Craigthecreeper November 28, 2015 at 11:43 am - Reply

    People drive me nuts with there whole why did the walkers walk away from glen at the start you can clear see a tin can rolling and later you see that Enid had lots of them she was throwing them off the roof to get the walkers away people how do these people make money righting these bs when they should spend more time watching the show instead of picking it apart

  32. 111flapjaw November 29, 2015 at 5:57 am - Reply

    I missed eps 4 on……… can I still see them?

  33. Allen Tomas November 29, 2015 at 7:46 pm - Reply

    So Carl will come out older and wiser.February is far away when you need a shower like Rick.and company. This gang that Abraham has come up against has no (₩).

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