Fans have been impressed with “The Walking Dead” season 4 so far, which is an improvement from the disappointment of the last season. There seems to be quite a bit more action and suspense and on Oct. 28, Wet Paint revealed some spoilers for episode 4, which is titled “Indifference.”
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“Indifference” will air on Nov. 3 and the official synopsis reads,
“The supply mission faces hurdles; the situation at the prison worsens.”
Michonne, Bob Stookey, Tyreese and Daryl already faced a hurdle in episode 3 when they were on the way to the veterinary school to get antibiotics and other medication. Suddenly the road was filled with walkers and there must have been hundreds of them. The group had no choice but to flee on foot, but Tyreese just sat in the back seat for a while. Finally he emerged and took out his rage on the zombies. He appeared to be surrounded and the rest of the group left him. However, as they neared a building, which is assumed to be the veterinary school, Tyreese appeared. He seemed out of breath, but the question is was he scratched or bitten?
A promo for “The Walking Dead” season 4, episode 4 reveals that the group does make it inside the veterinary school, but it is filled with walkers.
TV Line wrote back in June that “Indifference” would introduce two new characters, Jack and Erin. The 20-somethings are described as extremely thin and easygoing with Jack being a bit of a joker while Erin wears rose-colored glasses. Will the group meet them at the veterinary school or perhaps on their way back to the prison?
Another sneak peek showed Rick and Carol on a supply run of their own. They mentioned first aid kits and they seemed to be entering a house or building of some kind. Rick tells her, “in and out.” Despite Carol admitting that she set David and Karen on fire, he doesn’t seem to be too upset with her.
As for the prison situation worsening in “The Walking Dead” season 4, episode 4, it can only mean that more people are going to be sick and some will probably die. Glenn has fallen ill and Hershel is treating the sick with tea, but took the handkerchief off of his face. Beth and baby Judith are isolated to make sure that the baby doesn’t get the illness. Everyone is at risk. In fact, TV Guide wrote,
“There’s a point where the number of able-bodied people is one or two. … It gets to a point where Maggie is the only person who can actually fight.”
“The Walking Dead” stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Lauren Cohan, Steven Yeun, Scott Wilson, Chad Coleman, Chandler Riggs and Lawrence Gilliard, Jr.