First Aired: Mar. 23, 2014 on AMC
Summary: Glenn and Maggie each continue to head towards Terminus, and each other. Daryl struggles to get along with a new group of survivors that are less than friendly to him and anyone they meet.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: He tells me I'm wrong. I listen.
Joe: There's nothing sadder than an outdoor cat that thinks he's an indoor cat.
Dr. Eugene Porter: After I save the world, I still have to live with myself.
- Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When Joe's group enters the "abode for the night", after going through the door, each member first points his weapon to the right, then swings it to the left. That is very bad practice when clearing a building and highly unsafe because in doing so, each man at one point has his weapon trained on the man in front, violating one of the most elementary rules of weapons safety. Such men would never do that.
- Goof (continuity error): When Joe cuts the rabbit in half, there is blood stain on the tree stem. In the next shot that stain disappears.
- One of the zombies in the tunnel has more than a passing resemblance to "Bub" from George A. Romero's Day Of The Dead.
- Abraham says, "Tired is slow; slow is dead." This is stylistically and structurally similar to a axiom used in the Special Ops community to caution that haste leads to mistakes, missed targets, and inefficiency. It's often quoted in Close Quarters Battles (CQB) training situations such as room clearing where each soldier is responsible for clearing his sector of fire. The sage truism is concisely delivered as as, "slow is smooth; smooth is fast."