[TV] Next On “The Walking Dead”: “Inmates” Promo and Sneak Peak Clip!

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AMC’s “The Walking Dead” returned tonight kicking off the second half of season 4.

Following the devastating events of the mid-season finale, Rick and the group are still reeling from the loss of their home, family, and friends. With the destruction of the prison, we see the group of survivors broken apart and sent on divergent paths, unsure of everyone else’s fate. What was a challenging life behind fences and walls grows that much more perilous and precious as they are exposed to new dangers, new enemies, and heartbreaking choices. They will have their faith thoroughly tested — a faith that breaks some of them and redeems others.

Below we have the promo and sneak peak clip for next week’s Episode 4.10, “Inmates,” in which the group faces many obstacles in the quest for stability and safety!

  • WolfQueen

    Very happy this show is back. Gives some Olympic relief, at the very least. This episode was pretty good. Great show of acting range from Chandler Riggs and Danai Gurira. Carl even brought back some of those “will someone please punch Carl in the neck for being a douche” moments that I’ve actually missed. Looking forward to the rest of the season :)

  • Amaranthine

    I agree with you WolfQueen (love the name by the way) He definitely deserved some beating. Someone should never wish their father dead no matter how much of a dick they could be. I think Rick was a very good father and Carl can be a bit reckless so he deserves to be called out by Rick. I like how Carl learns his damn lesson in the end.

  • Voorhees83

    This episode definitely had a slower, deeper and more playful feel to it. Pretty good overall.

    Can’t wait to read the schmucks comments that say it was too slow and need more action. People that watch, but just love to hate this show.

    • Amaranthine

      I agree Voorhees

      • Nurse Derpusheen

        I agree too.

    • huntermc

      It was too slow and needed more action. JK!

      • Nurse Derpusheen

        LOL bout to sayyyy xD

  • Nurse Derpusheen

    I would’ve backhanded carl. He needs to be set straight, he needs his dad. I realize he was angry, and he didn’t mean any (or I hope any) of it. But he still didn’t need to say it to his FATHER. I’m honestly glad he had that near death experience with that walker. Hopefully he learned from this experience and realizes that he really needs his father, he may be mature for his age, but that doesn’t mean he is a grown man yet.

    • Nurse Derpusheen

      This was a deeper episode, and it made characters more relatable, I’m glad the producers and writers made this episode.

      • Voorhees83

        There’s no denying that Carl’s a little shit. Anyone would realize that Rick is trying his hardest, but there’s no guarantees in a world like that.

        At the same time though, what boy wouldn’t be going crazy and not making all smart decisions in a world like that especially when your dad is raising you to become a man and make decisions on your own? I also think it’s safe to say the kid is going through puberty and gonna have those moody teen feelings.

        • Nurse Derpusheen

          I concur. But that little shit needs to be put in his place, in a world like that, you can’t make rash decisions like the ones he’s been making.

          • Voorhees83

            Very true on how he needs to be put in his place.

            In the end though, a schmuck little kid is still gonna be a schmuck little kid until he reaches adulthood. You can’t call someone who’s not an adult, an adult.

          • Nurse Derpusheen

            Well, his childhood was taken away by a the whole thing. He was kind of pushed to grow up. Therefore, he is sort of an adult, he is doing the adult-like things. However, he is taking it too far, he doesn’t realize that even though he is acting like an adult, other people will not see it that way. (meant for Vorhees83 vv)

          • Voorhees83

            Take a kid’s childhood away, at the end of the day he’s still a child.

          • Nurse Derpusheen

            That’s my point, and yet not my point. He has proven in past episodes to be a protector and grown-up. He wants everyone to see that he can be on his own, however, most everyone can see he’s obviously not ready. Maybe he needed to see that for himself, but in the round I can see that he has the potential to be a great asset in the “team” so to speak. Most people today can understand that when you take a childhood away, you are in some ways an adult, you take on the responsibilities of an adult, therefore you should be treated as such. Not meaning to bring in real world examples, but the working single parent and the older child has to take care of the his/her brother or sister. HOWEVER, with a rash decision, such as the one Carl made, could have risked his life, and I understand that in a world like that, you risk your life on every choice you make. But the choice that Carl made was a bad one, and it was immature, and therefore he needed to get a wake-up call and snap back to reality and realize that he can’t really make it on his own. He may get lucky in finding huge-ass tubs of food, but he could’ve gotten eaten. I guess that’s the whole “with great risk comes great reward” idea. Carl may have made an awful choice in saying that to his dad, but with Rick pushing him to grow up, then when Carl takes the initiative to play an adult role, then Rick pulls him back to act like a child, then later decides to gives Carl that adult role again because Rick can’t do it on his own. This has to be confusing to Carl, having his childhood stolen because of the circumstances he’s in. But that doesn’t make an excuse for what he said. What he said was wrong, and he has had his punishment. Period.

  • Taboo

    Very good episode indeed.

  • Darkness69

    The Michonne dream sequence was downright flawless. Also, what was heartbreaking to me was seeing Carl entering that boy’s room and for a moment forgetting everything, admiring the DVDs and posters. An excellent episode.