'The Walking Dead' 4.15 Sneak Peeks: No More Rules
"The end is near," so a tagline in a preview for the next episode of "The Walking Dead" reads as there are only two episodes left in the fourth season of the show. In the upcoming outing, the survivors are walking along the train track but they have yet to found each other.
Daryl with his new group are seen in a warehouse. Someone says, "When men like us follow rules, the world becomes ours," but Daryl says, "Ain't no rules anymore." Someone who looks like Daryl is seen getting punched too.
Abraham says in another scene, "Tomorrow we go to the end of the line," while another sneak-peek video shows him and Tara at night. Their conversation about their plan, in which Abraham says he will move north with them until they find the right vehicle, leads to another topic about love, suggesting that Tara has feelings for Rosita instead of Glenn.
Another clip, meanwhile, sees Daryl and another man in the woods. The man says the rabbit Daryl is holding is "claimed," and suggests Daryl to hand it over to him. When Daryl refuses to give the rabbit, the man annoyingly speculates that Daryl gets messed up because of a girl. The video ends as Daryl draws his knife.
In "Us" that will air Sunday, March 23, "survivors rely on brutality and faith. Faith becomes a survival tool for some fighting to stay alive. However brutal some survivors believe they must be to stay alive, we get to see that faith can sometimes be the strongest survival tool."
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