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Oct. 31, 2010
Returning Series
60 min.
AMC TV Network

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The Walking Dead » Season 4
The Walking Dead - 04x13 Alone

4x13 Alone

4.3/5 (44 votes)
First Aired: Mar. 09, 2014 on AMC
Summary: Maggie, Sasha and Bob continue to argue over the best decision for them as a group and as individuals. Daryl teaches Beth how to track and the pair unintentionally stumbles upon a safe haven.

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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
Joe played by Jeff Kober
Dan played by Keith Brooks (V)
Harley played by J.D. Evermore
Len played by Marcus Hester
Tony played by Davi Jay

Episode Quotes

Daryl Dixon: Hi.
Bob Stookey: Hello.
Daryl Dixon: Just you out here?
Bob Stookey: Yeah.
Daryl Dixon: How long has that been for?
Bob Stookey: Not sure.
Maggie Greene: You know, when I was lying there and I remembered- I heard what you said back at the camp. I heard you say you thought we should be in a town.
Sasha Williams: What else did you hear me say?
Maggie Greene: That odds are Glenn is dead. And we should stop. But you're wrong.
Sasha Williams: So why are you here?
Maggie Greene: 'Cause I was waiting for you. I'm not giving up. But I need your help. 'Cause I can't do it by myself. And even if I catch up to Bob, we can't do it alone. I thought I couldn't ask you to risk your life. But I can. 'Cause I know what you'd be risking it for. And it isn't just Glenn. I get that you're afraid.
Sasha Williams: I am. I am afraid.
Maggie Greene: We could get there.
Sasha Williams: I know. So let's go get Bob and let's get there.
Daryl Dixon: How many walkers have you killed?
Bob Stookey: Haven't kept count. A couple dozen.
Daryl Dixon: How many people you killed?
Bob Stookey: Only one.
Daryl Dixon: Why?
Bob Stookey: She asked me to.


  • The first episode to show Bob's back story.
  • Daryl and Glenn used the Three Questions to bring Bob back to the prison camp. This implies that the answers were the criteria for newcomers to either be welcomed or disallowed into the camp.
  • The song Beth sings in the funeral parlor, as Daryl lays in the casket is called "Be Good" and is featured on Emily Kinney's second EP, "Expired Love" released in 2013.
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