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Escape the Dead: Craig Mabbitt’s ‘Walking Dead’ Recap – Season 4, Episode 4

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In addition to being Escape the Fate‘s lead singer, Craig Mabbitt is a diehard viewer of ‘The Walking Dead.’ For Season 4 of the hit AMC show, Mabbitt has signed on to write an exclusive recap of each episode for Loudwire. Check out his rundown of Episode 4 below:

Well, not much happened in this episode as far as gore/action-wise, nor did we see most of the main cast. But this was a definite set up episode and I cannot wait until next week!! Now, maybe I’m being biased here considering the fact that @davemorrisey67 tweeted for the U.S. fans of ‘The Walking Dead’ that he couldn’t “say much” about the episode but be sure to tune in, which of course kept me on the edge of my seat guessing at every moment that “holy s–t the governor!!” — sadly this still has yet to happen.

Episode 4 starts us off with Carol and Rick headed off on a run of there own for food and s–t, while Darryl’s group makes their way to a school where they apparently get all they need (including a bottle of liquor for Bob Stookey, who almost got is ass beat by Darryl).

But the biggest turn of event’s this episode had, after Rick asks two new survivors the 3 questions ( remember what they are? :) How many walkers have you killed? How many people have you killed? and Why?) These 2 kids who apparently could not batman and robin the f–kin’ single zombie that was in that house they instead seemed to have pulled a “can’t hardly wait” for 2 days in the bathroom (c’mon right? that dude was just as much of an airhead as seth green in that movie) passed rick’s “test” and they head off to help collect supplies. This ends in Rick and Carol discovering the girl’s gimp leg about 15 feet away from where her body was being devoured and the disappearance of, i don’t know, let’s call him Seth.

Carol continues to try and explain her reasoning behind the killings at the prison (which I still firmly believe she’s covering for someone). Rick is not having it and the biggest shocker of the season happens … Carol is sent packing … so here we are now, what is Tyreese gonna do when he finds out it was Carol? What his he gonna do to Rick for letting her go? What’s Darryl gonna think about it all? Is Herschel sick? Is Glenn gonna live? Where’s the governor? What’s to become of Carol? And who the f–k was feeding those rats to the zombies! (or as this episode revealed yet another name…skin-eaters)? SO many questions left unanswered. We can only hope at least that one answer comes next week. Until then, go get Bob wasted.

Our thanks to Craig Mabbitt for his recap of Episode 2 of Season 4 of ‘The Walking Dead.’ Please note that Craig’s opinions do not necessarily reflect those of Loudwire. You can enter to win a deluxe box set copy of Season 3 in the contest below. 

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