Why didn't I realise you were going to be the bearer of bad news. Oh wait...I did.
Unfortunately, this episode only features one fleeting moment of Daryl as he rides out of Alexandria in search of new people, however the only scene that's constantly playing in my memory is the recap of Creepy Carol.
Let's all cheer for our first major prediction: Jessie's' husband, Pete, is bad news. Yep, you guessed it. Wife beating - possible child beating - A-Hole. Despite Carol's best efforts to keep his son, Sam, at bay, Carol ends up baking cookies with him, only to find out that he wants to acquire a gun.
Queue Carol discussing the issue with Rick, Jessie's new love interest, and immediately it comes to 'Pete must die'. These guys have been living in the wilderness far too long. Isn't Rick the cop again? Can't he just write a couple of laws such as 'thou shalt not hit thou spouse' and 'thou shalt not take the word of the priest as gospel'?
You guessed it. We finally get to see something else from Gabriel who, let's face it, has been MIA for a few episodes, but manages to instill some doubts in the peace keeper/recruitment officer, Deanna. Right at that moment, and at the end of the episode I might add, we hear the cries of help from Glen's group returning to camp, less a few of their team.
Glen's team were dispatched to retrieve a part to repair the broken electricity grid. I'm not sure why Glen would even set out with Aiden and Nicholas again, but at least the extras will die before any of our team does....right?
If you send out two twats who care about nothing else but how manly they are, of course they're at risk of death. Especially if they start shooting a round of bullets into a zombie dressed in armour until they hit the explosives hanging from said armour.
Aiden is the first to die in one of this season's best gruesome scenes. The one where Aiden's intestines get pulled from his body. This is why we watch after all.
Then there's the part when Noah dies because of the stupidity of Nicholas. You heard correctly. Another one bites the dust - Not before the epic oh-crap-how-did-we-end-up-in-a-glass-turnstile scene.
Honestly, I was literally yelling at Glen to punch Nicholas in the face. Oh, and let's not forget the moment when Nicholas whispered something like 'we both left her for dead' in Aiden's ear before he tried to take the coward's way out.
P.S: Couldn't they have shot Aiden in the head to save him some torturous I'm-getting-torn-apart-by-zombies-pain? Maybe I'm to soft to survive a zombie apocalypse.
Unlike Eugene who finally seems to do something by saving Tara who now has a large head wound due to the explosion.
Back on track...Gabriel has decided the group is some form of Satan, and goes on about how he should have told Deanna sooner, leaving her with a lot to think about.
Abraham tries his hand at saving the day and succeeds. He helps the construction group by ordering them to look out for zombies, rather than their usual 'we'll just let a pack of fifty attack us' and run.
On that note, the people of Alexandria seem keen to leave each other for dead. Something the people of our group are not fans of.
Honestly, this episode actually shows us that even though our beloved group seemed so much more disorganised and worse off than those of Alexandria, they are actually the only ones who can save this place.
They are organised, careful and experienced.
They are survivors.