That makes sense. I wasn't watching closely. Zombie from the water and almost drown. Boom!
Humans are definitely the worst enemy in most apocalyptic setting. Though, I only have seen zombies.
Great to see Beth alive after all this time. The location is a nice, refreshing change. We went from city to the country to the prison then to the train station. I feel bad that Beth is stuck with some shady folks. Forgot everyone's names. Male cop was nasty, female cop had anger management issues, and doctor used Beth to eliminate competition.
I bet Carol is not injured at all.
I had doubts about Eugene. We met a real scientist back in season 1. He wasn't speaking so vaguely like Eugene. Oh, there were interesting trivia learned about our characters. Abraham and Espinoza had a casual relationship that I didn't see it coming. It was an awkward scene to say the least. It was great to see more insight on Abraham's life. He sort of reminds me of Shane with the anger issues.
Next episode is exciting. Get to see Carol and Daryl who is on a mission to rescue Beth. What would happen?
Jesus, I didn't even see it coming. I didn't know who shot Beth. I had to rewatch the scene. Call me crazy, I didn't shed a single tear. The only time I cried was during the prison arc when Lori Grimes died along with T-Dog. After that, I pretty much detached myself when I saw more major character deaths such as Hershel's.
It was a great episode. Surprised Gabriel is still alive after he led all those Walkers to the Church. I thought there was going to big shoot out at the hospital. I still think people would survive even without going on Rick Grime's original plans of going guns ablazing. It's just that one thing that pushed folks over edge. I can't blame Beth or Dawn. It's just the situation was so tense.