The second half of the fourth season of the television drama "The Walking Dead" will return in one week, and more and more spoilers about the episode are being released. A new sneak peek for the ninth episode, After," was posted to YouTube and features Carl Grimes taking new risks for survival.
The one and half minute clip features Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) walking outside of a house and watching two walkers banging on a back door. He creeps up behind them and then yells to get their attention. Carl then slowly walks backwards towards the road and leads the walkers away. He is walking backwards the entire time and when the clip ends it seems like one of the walker might get him.
Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick Grimes, recently expressed that this episode will be very Carl centric and the character really comes into his own and takes care of them. Rick is still in bad shape over the fight with The Governor and the possible loss of Judith.
The episode also won't have much dialogue, as the mode has changed from everyone being in danger again. Rick and Carl won't do much talking until they decide to find a safe house for temporary shelter and rest. Not many of the other characters will make appearances as each episode of the second half of the season will focus on more individual characters and new locations.
"The Walking Dead" will return with the episode "After" on Sunday. February 9 at 9 p.m. on AMC. Tune in to see how Carl, Rick and the others are dealing with the aftermath of the prison attack and finding shelter. There will also be a flashback sequence which will reveal much more about Michonne's life before the outbreak.
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