Finding the motivation to write this weeks recap never came to be honest. Thinking about it for over a week, I couldn’t find an easy and nice way to write about the episode. With that said, this will be a fairly short recap, the honest truth is this weeks episode didn’t have many things to actually talk about. If this type of setup is what we get to “look forward to” in the spin off with Daryl and Carol we are all doomed.
Daryl and Carol are walking back from the little cabin from their previous episode, they still have some tension. Carol is having some trouble opening a jar and Daryl offers to help, he finally offers up his pocket knife, which she uses and ends up putting in her pocket. Carol thinks that Daryl was going to give her an apology and Daryl said he wasn’t going to. The two come up on a fork in the road, Daryl heads left, while Carol heads right. Dog looks both ways and decides to follow Carol back home.
Back at Alexandria, Carol tries to find something productive to do, after talking with Jerry she settles on trying to cook a soup with limited ingredients. We see her try to get ingredients, discover a rat in the house, and some horrible hijinks as she tries to catch the rat, seriously that’s it, nothing more to see here.
Turning to Daryl trying to find some food, one of the hose on his motorcycle is cut, he realizes that Carol has his knife so he is without useable tools. He heads to a car to get a hose, he looks to find a knife from a walker, which leads him to find a walker in camo gear. He gets down a ravine and kills the walker, finding a pocket knife, and some bullets. He comes across a second camo geared walker, and kills that one as well and grabs those supplies. I will note that it is a possibility that these dead “soldiers” or whatever could be apart of the Reapers group that have been after Maggie and her crew.
Daryl makes it back home, Carol and Daryl make extra small talk, neither seem to make up, and Daryl and dog head to bed. I seriously wish I had more for you, but this episode didn’t have much for anyone.