I’m over at The Mary Sue talking about Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead. I hope you guys will join me over there!
If you haven’t had a chance to check out my recap of last week’s episode, “Four Walls and Roof,” be sure to do that. And if you aren’t caught up on The Walking Dead, be warned, there are spoilers ahead.
Sunday’s episode finally, finally let us in on what happened to Beth after she was taken. It also managed to present one of the creepiest communities we’ve seen in quite a while, and that’s saying something considering the past two episodes featured a city of cannibals and a small camp of hunter-cannibals.
The episode kicked off with a scene reminiscent of the series premiere. Beth wakes up in a quiet hospital room. She looks outside, and sees that the city outside (Atlanta) is completely destroyed. After yelling for someone to let her out of her hospital room (which is kind of a bad choice–walkers could have totally overtaken her), she is met by Officer Dawn Lerner and Dr. Steven Edwards. They let her know they saved her life, that she is going to be okay, and that she owes them…