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

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AMC has shared a promo and sneak peak clip for next week’s “The Walking Dead.”

In Episode 4.13, “Alone,” “one group finds a shelter; a group has a realization about protection.

Episode 13 is set to air on Sunday night, March 9 at 8pm central time on AMC.

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.

  • K-Dogg

    Tonight’s episode = 1 hour I will never get back.

  • Voorhees83

    It was probably the slowest and maybe most dramatic of the season, but I don’t hate just because of that.

    Right now it’s calm before the storm. They’re trying to make you care about these characters and once you do, bam they are dead.

  • weresmurf

    I don’t get the hatred for the episode? One of the BIGGEST problem for seasons 2 and 3, was the lack of genuine development for the characters. What we got with Daryl and Beth was actual exposition and growth. Beth grew a little bit into being less annoying and Daryl grew a bit into a three dimensional character rather than the two dimensional rambo we had in the previous seasons we had. Seeing him flip the fuck out was great, the PTSD he’s had, the rage he’s carried inside, the irrational side of him coming out coming forth, when he finally starts letting someone in he closes down and puts the defenses up *bigtime*. It’s forshadowing something bigtime with him (I hate that word, but it is…) and I’m hoping it’s not the end of Daryl Dixon. :\

  • Voorhees83

    People who hate the show hate the drama in it. The fact is though, it’s a horror drama. People who can’t handle that should stop watching. It’s the closest to a real life zombie apocalypse as you’re going to get and that means not every episode should be action packed.

    I’m liking this show more and more every time I watch, yet there’s people out there who hate it more and more. Hopefully in the next few seasons, the haters will be eliminated. Otherwise, how did they make it so far if they hate it?

    • K-Dogg

      Not a hater, huge fan, just a flat out shitty episode with a young girl wanting to go on a stroll for alcohol in a zombie apocalypse wasteland, sorry if I find that fucking retarded wasting one hour on that, I Love good drama, this wasn’t it.

      • djblack1313

        i liked the ep overall but i agree w/ K-Dogg. Beth’s “NEEDING” to go buy….booze(!!!) as if it was as essential as going on a run for medicine/food/etc was completely fucking stupid. i can understand Beth wanting to get drunk to help medicate what just happened to her dad and other loved ones but it was just a tad hard to accept those 2 (mostly Beth) doing anything (drinking) to diminish their motor skills/being alert/etc for danger.

  • Voorhees83

    Shit, if it were actually a real life zombie apocalypse, I’d probably stroll out for some alcohol too. Since it’s television though, I guess it’s boring.

    It wasn’t just about that either. So far this second half of the season is focusing more on character development and we finally know more about Daryl and Beth. That was the focus on this episode, not the alcohol. I think shit will hit the fan in these next episodes.

  • djblack1313

    i enjoyed the ep for the most part. i really felt for Beth when she was finally at the bar and was breaking down sobbing. Beth & Daryl’s little confrontation where she challenged Daryl’s robot/unfeeling act (and then seeing Daryl actually break down crying) was an amazing scene. i had tears in my eyes.

    it takes a lot to “scare” me or have me really creeped out but i’m sorry that opening scene w/ Beth & Daryl hiding in the trunk off the car (and we hear what to me seemed like a HUGE number of walkers groaning by them) was fucking freaky/scary! LOL. that scene IMO really shows how important and effective sound effects (the groans, the seemingly endless amount of walkers, etc) and a simple setting can be.

    • K-Dogg

      The trunk scene reminded me of Stakeland.