Oct. 31, 2010
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60 min.
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The Walking Dead - 04x15 Us

4x15 Us

4.33/5 (40 votes)
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.

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Main Characters in this Episode


Guest Stars

Carol Peletier played by Melissa McBride
Tyreese Williams played by Chad L. Coleman
Sasha Williams played by Sonequa Martin-Green
Sgt. Abraham Ford played by Michael Cudlitz
Dr. Eugene Porter played by Josh McDermitt
Joe played by Jeff Kober
Mary played by Denise Crosby
Dan played by Keith Brooks (V)

Episode Quotes

Glenn Rhee: Sorry, I... hit you in the face.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: I'm not. I like to fight. [Abraham smiles]
Dr. Eugene Porter: If Glenn and Tara were still alive and there were no significant delays and they continued traveling at approximately three miles per hour and I timed it correctly in my head, they might be somewhere around here.
Rosita Espinosa: Those two are not the priority. The only priority is getting you to Washington.
Dr. Eugene Porter: After I save the world, I still have to live with myself. I'm not leaving them behind.
Len: My arrow's the one that hit first. Cottontail belongs to me.
Daryl Dixon: Been out here since before the sun came up.
Len: You see, the rules of the hunt don't mean jack out here. Now, that rabbit you're holding is claimed, boy. Claimed whether you like it or not. So I was you, I'd hand it over. Now before you get to wishing you ain't never even got out of bed this morning.
Daryl Dixon: It ain't yours.
Len: You know, I'll bet this bitch got you all messed up, hmm? Am I right? Got you walking around here like a dead man who just lost himself a piece of tail. Must have been a good'un. Tell me something. Was it one of the little'uns? 'Cause they don't last too long out here. [as Len smiles]


  • 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.
  • 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.


  • This is the first episode that we see the popular Daryl Poncho. It's worn by Maggie as her and the group walk through the front gates of Terminus. It's never told where Maggie retrieved the Poncho from.
  • 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."
  • The 56-year-old actress (at the time of filming), Denise Crosby, who plays Mary, leader of the Terminus welcome committee, is popular for Tasha Yar on "Star Trek: The Next Generation." She also played the character Rachel Creed from the 1989 horror movie, "Pet Sematary." In which she played a wife who comes back as an undead zombie.
  • The candy bars that Michonne and Carl use as gambling chips are called "Big Cat". Which very closely resembles the two real-life candy bars, "Kit Kat" and "Cruncho."
  • In this episode Abraham refers to Glenn as 'Casey Jones' with his determination to get to Maggie by following the train tracks. This is a reference to the real-life Casey Jones, who was an American Railroader for the Illinois Central Railroad from the years 1863 - 1900. Casey Jones passed away while on a train that collided with a stalled freight train in Mississippi.
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