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Watch The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 12 s04e12 Online Free When we see a child's shoe in the woods, after Beth and Daryl have been tracking some members of the prison community, we don't get a definitive answer as to whether the people being feasted on by walkers are "ours" or not.

Certainly, it seems likely the writers will do away with a number of the old, young and infirm that Rick and his group took on from Woodbury and other places between the end of season 3 and the beginning of season 4. Some of them got so little screen time that it may require a viewing of "Talking Dead," AMC's "The Walking Dead" after show, to determine for sure whether we were supposed to know any given corpse. In this case, it's probably safe to assume that we're looking at Luke and Molly, since that's who our heroes were looking for.

We saw something like this last week, too; on "Talking Dead," it was revealed that Michonne had selected her "pet" walkers from the available livestock at the prison because they specifically were The Governor's people, and deserved to be punished. Nobody I've spoken to recognized the walkers, though, and so the size of the prison community at the time of its collapse might play into our not really knowing.

Beth's loss of faith and her breakdown after finding the bodies is in opposition to her stated philosophy not just in this episode -- but throughout the season. In "30 Days Without an Accident," she shrugs off Zach's death, saying essentially that people in this new world are ships that pass in the night, and that forming an emotional connection is pointless since everyone dies.