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‘The Walking Dead’ major spoilers: Episode 12 ‘Still’ complete synopsis

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Last week, episode 11 “Claimed” of “The Walking Dead” series was a little on the slow side, but it had its moments and great character development for Michonne and Carl. As well as a chilling scene with Rick. Fans didn’t get to see Daryl though, so this coming episode should be awesome, right? Eh, don’t hold your breath. On Friday, February 28, Reddit dropped the complete spoiler synopsis for episode 12Still.” Note that spoilers are below if you are not caught up to “The Walking Dead” or wish to not know what’s to come.

Staying true to its title, “Still” is pretty…uneventful. We are really hoping this isn’t the “awesome” Daryl episode production has been teasing. The episode can be summed up if you have watched all of the promotional videos for it. All right, I’ll stop complaining. Who knows, it might be completely different on screen than on paper. Read on and decide for yourself.

Episode 12 “Still” begins with the trunk scene from the promotional trailer. After the beginning credits, the sneak peak snake scene plays. Later, Beth tells Daryl that she wants a drink, sharing that Hershel never let her try alcohol. While searching for some drinks, they enter a clubhouse with several walkers hanging from the ceiling.

After finally getting their hands on some alcohol, Beth gets Daryl to play the drinking game “I Never.” From this game, fans learn that before the walkers took over, Daryl has never left Georgia. Beth has never been to jail, while Daryl has – neither confession really comes as a shocker to fans.

Their game leads to an argument, as Beth accuses Daryl of not caring about the people they lost back at the prison. Daryl then breaks down and says he could have killed the governor at one point and saved Hershel, but wasn’t able to. They hug and Daryl continues to say that he never did anything with his life, just followed Merle around and his orders. Beth regrets that her father didn’t get to enjoy having grandchildren and was never able to find peace.

The final shot of the episode is of them burning down the cabin and flipping it off before walking into the woods.

Yep. That’s it. Well, insert a few walker-kills here and there, but nothing we haven’t seen. No other characters are shown. And unlike the majority, they don’t come across a sanctuary sign. What do you think? Staying positive and hoping this translates on screen a whole lot better? So are we. There’s also a small possibility that this synopsis is a complete lie and the real episode is packed with awesomeness, just as production promised...but that's highly unlikely.

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