Anything but the walking dead is this hot AMC television series. Firmly on the zombie bandwagon the show focuses more on the humans rather than the zombies and as such does not overload us with the clichés that other series have been guilty of. Zombies are in the background and the focus is mostly on how humans react under stressful situations. Strong acting along with believable stories and characters lends an air of realism to the sometimes out there happenings. A straight shooting horror drama, The Walking Dead gives us a little bit of everything in season four with gushing blood as well as heartbreaking emotion. There is a sickness that crops up while everyone is waiting for the Governor to reappear and wreak more havoc.
Episode 1: 30 Days Without An Accident: All members, old and new, of the group have grown accustomed to the prison. A group goes out looking for provisions and it goes all wrong.
Episode 2: Infected: While in the cell block Patrick (played by Vincent Martella) becomes infected. Rick (played by Andrew Lincoln) and others try to stabilize things within the prison.
Episode 3: Isolation: The sick have been quarantined. Several leave the prison to go look for medical supplies.
Episode 4: Indifference: Things inside the prison are going from bad to worse. Rick and Carol (played by Melissa McBride) travel to a nearby city where they run into two infected people.
Episode 5: Internment: The survivors and faced with even more challenges daily. Rick returns to the prison to find the climate worse than ever.
Episode 6: Live Bait: A familiar face reappears. Tara (played by Alanna Masterson) and Lilly (played by Audrey Marie Anderson) take care of their terminally ill father.
Episode 7: Dead Weight: The Governor (played by David Morrissey) struggles with his present and past. Lilly, Tara and Meghan (played by Meyrick Murphy) adjust to their new surroundings.
Episode 8: Too Far Gone: Just as things seem to have calmed down a little in the prison, Rick and others are faced with new challenges. The Governor tries to take the prison over.
Episode 9: After: The survivors of the attack on the prison attempt to regroup. Rick and Carl (played by Chandler Riggs) come across and empty house.
Episode 10: Inmates: Glenn (played by Steven Yeun) and Maggie (played by Lauren Cohan) try to go on without each other. The fall of the prison has resulted in the survivors dividing up into smaller groups.
Episode 11: Claimed: The survivors discover that the world outside the prison is host to a variety of other people. Rick runs into scavengers.
Episode 12: Still: Daryl (played by Norman Reedus) and Beth (played by Emily Kinney) grow closer. They have to seek shelter in the woods.
Episode 13: Alone: Daryl and Beth find an abandoned funeral parlor to take shelter in. Maggie goes off looking for Glenn as she heads towards the Terminus.
Episode 14: The Grove: Carol has to deal with her past. Tyreese (played by Chad L. Coleman), Carol and the girls begin to travel to the Terminus.
Episode 15: Us: Some survivors believe that violence is the only way to stay alive. The Claimers’ rules take some adjusting to for Daryl.
Episode 16: A: Rick, Carl and Michonne (played by Danai Gurira) run into the Claimers. Everyone seems to be headed to the Terminus.
Special Features: Inside The Walking Dead, The Making of The Walking Dead, Drawing Inspiration, Hershel, The Governor is Back, Society, Science & Survival, Inside KNB Studios, A Journey Back to Brutality, Deleted Scenes, Digital Copy