Welcome to my second Review on The Walking Dead!! Now, keep in mind, my grammar skills are not very good, so be prepared.

Wow, another episode has passed. Many deaths, but I guess it wouldn't be The Walking Dead without casualties. Walkers in the Prison, walkers outside the prison, half of the survivors in cell block D are dead, Karen and David are burnt to a crisp, someone is feeding walkers, and, worst of all, Ryan Samuels is dead.... What an emotional roller coaster.

Rick: The farmer is dead, the sheriff is back. I feel that when he was leading the walkers away with the piglets, it went through his mind that they will never be humane again. No matter how civilized you have become in your Prison home, no matter how long it has been since an accident, no matter how hard you try, you will never be the same again. And Rick knows that now.

Karen: Finally, some screen time and development and then BAM!! Gone. Dead. Not by gunshot, so I don't know why I said Bam, but you get the gist. At least this will develop Tyreese's story. Who ever murdered the two sick people, Karen and David, obviously thought they were doing the right thing. They were both sick and it was only a matter of time until they turned. The murderer killed the two the wrong way for the right reason.

Lizzie: This girl just gives me e creeps. She is obviously trying to cover up her father's death by focusing on other things going on around her, such as the death of Nick the Walker. Like Carol said, she has to be strong in order to survive. I feel that when she grabbed the knife, she was telling Carol that she can be strong in order to keep others alive, such as Mika.

Michonne: Lots of development for our dear friend, Michonne. She is still hungry for revenge on the Governor. She will not stop until she can confirm he is dead. The only thing that can stop her is if her friends need help, as shown when she turns back when she heard gunshots. Not sure how she got hurt outside the wall, maybe she pulled something? But my heart was racing. It also seems as if Michonne has lost a child before meeting the group. Maybe a baby or a young infant, as show when she cries while holding Judy.

Carol: New mother Carol, killing little girl's dads right in front of them. I feel she is trying to teach these kids what she never taught Sophia. This is what she was called to do. This episode is probably the most of Carol we have seen in a while, and I kind of like new darker Carol

Overall, I give this episode a 7.5 out of 10. Thanks for reading and comments are welcomed!! Also, leave your own opinion. See ya next week!