‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6: See Titles and Synopses For Episodes 4 & 5
Rick in the Woods in The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 3
Credit: Gene Page/AMC    

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6: See Titles and Synopses For Episodes 4 & 5

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Want to know what’s in store for the future of The Walking Dead Season 6? Then you’re in luck because we just got our hands on titles and synopses for Episodes 4 and 5!

Season 6, Episode 3: “Thank You” airs this Sunday, October 25, which means Episode 4 follows on November 1, and Episode 5 on November 8.

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According to SpoilerTV.com, Episode 4 is called “Here’s Not Here” and the synopsis is “A new face appears; trust issues form.” We’ve already speculated a bit on what that might mean, but we’ll know more after Episode 3 airs this week and we get the promo and duo of sneak peeks for Ep 4.

Speaking about “Here’s Not Here,” TWD actor Andrew Lincoln, who plays leader Rick Grimes, said, “Four is incredible, it’s like an indie movie in the middle of Walking Dead, it’s crazy.” Andy’s description has us wondering if Episode 4 is the stand-alone Morgan Jones installment showrunner Scott Gimple was writing for Lennie James during Comic Con back in July. The timelines certainly match up, but we’ll have to wait and see if our hunch is right!

Nicholas in The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 3
Credit: Gene Page/AMC    

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Episode 5 is called “Now” and the synopsis — “Following a number of setbacks, the mood in Alexandria grows grim for the sheltered citizens” — is a bit more negative than usual. 

Unfortunately we know next to nothing about that hour, other than Andy said it (along with Episodes 6-8) opens everything up. “We’ve been looking internally for so long, it’s like everybody lifts their eyes to the horizon this season and it opens up a whole new world,” the Brit explained. “It’s amazing.”

We hate to wish the season away so quickly, but we can’t wait to be privy to whatever Andy is talking about!

The Walking Dead Season 6 airs Sunday nights at at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

Check out more of Wetpaint’s coverage of The Walking Dead Season 6 below:
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What Happens Next on TWD Season 6?
Find Out Who’s Dying on TWD Season 6
Sneak Peek For TWD Season 6, Episode 3 Shows Rick Cutting His Hand

Everything We Know About TWD Season 6, Episode 3