"The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 13 will be airing next week and hopefully it will be more exciting than "Still." On March 2, WetPaint revealed the official synopsis for the episode titled "Alone" as well as some spoilers.
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The synopsis for "Alone" reads,
"One group finds a shelter; a group has a realization about protection."
Shelter is always important during a zombie apocalypse, especially when a baby is one of the survivors. Since everyone has been separated, that is one of the things they have struggled with... finding shelter, a safe place to sleep without having to worry about walkers invading their camps.
Protection is another element of survival. In "Still," one of Daryl's arrows from his crossbow snapped in half. The other group members could be going through similar challenges. Guns run out of ammo and even knives could get stuck in something and there might not be time to pull it out due to a herd of zombies approaching. Protection could also have something to do with another human being. Not all survivors are good, some are downright vicious and brutal. Abraham is not Rick's right hand man like he was in the comics. In fact, he gives off a vibe of being untrustworthy to some fans. Could he be a danger to Glenn and Tara?
Everyone has found signs showing them the way to someplace called "Terminus" except for Daryl and Beth. Shelter and protection could have something to do with this "safe haven." But as viewers know, just because someplace appears to be safe doesn't mean it actually is. They are in a desperate situation right now, but will that lead them to be part of something they will regret?
Then there is the question of why the episode has been "Alone." Does that mean physically alone as in someone goes missing or emotionally alone? Could it mean that there is no "Terminus" and that they could feel like they are alone in a world of walkers?
"The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 13 will air on March 8.