The Walking Dead Season 4: What Did the Country Club Signs Say in “Still”?
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The Walking Dead Season 4: What Did the Country Club Signs Say in “Still”?

One of the most fascinating scenes in The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 12 was never explained during "Still." It's what happened to the people inside the country club before Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) and Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) arrived.

On Talking Dead, they said the hanging walkers were country club members who were killed by the staff in a class struggle. That might explain why one woman was hung with a sign reading "rich bitch."

The place was trashed and there were bodies everywhere — many were hung, but others were on the floor, or piled in a back room where graffiti on the wall read, "Welcome to the Dogtrot." What does that even mean?

It was gruesome and fascinating. Greg Nicotero compared the country club to Dante's Inferno, with every room being like a further descent into hell. TWD does webisodes every season, always with a little connection to the main show. We'd love to see one telling this story, from both sides — upstairs and down. There's so much potential here. Downton Abbey meets the zombie apocalypse!

Did you leave this episode curious to learn more about the country club struggle? Do you think TWD should explore the story in a webisode or other forum, or just leave it as an intriguing mystery?

The Walking Dead Season 4 airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

03.6.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Gina Carbone
Related: The Walking Dead, TV, Daryl Dixon, Beth Greene, Norman Reedus, Emily Kinney

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