‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6: What’s Going on in These Episode 4 Photos?
Morgan Looks Angry in The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 4
Credit: Gene Page/AMC    

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6: What’s Going on in These Episode 4 Photos?

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The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 4: “Here’s Not Here” is a 90-minute installment dedicated solely to Lennie JamesMorgan Jones and his complicated backstory, and four recently-released photos from the episode are giving us a vague idea of what we can expect this Sunday, November 1.

The pictures, directly from AMC, show Morgan all by himself. We don’t know exactly when the super-sized episode takes place, but we’d be willing to bet the events of Season 6, Episode 4 occur sometime between Season 3’s “Clear” and the Morgan we were reacquainted with towards the end of Season 5.

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Two snaps show the former dad (his son, Duane, was bitten by his mom in the TWD pilot) burning piles of walkers.

These photos certainly corroborate what can be seen in the two sneak peeks for this week’s episode — Morgan hunting walkers, making piles of them, and then burning their lifeless bodies.

We don’t know why Morgan is burning the walkers, especially because the fire might just attract more of them, but we’ll likely find out the reason and more this Sunday. 

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Morgan Burns Walkers in The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 4
Credit: Gene Page/AMC    
Morgan Builds a Fire in The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 4
Credit: Gene Page/AMC    

The remaining pair of photos show Morgan angry, armed, and alone, but they don’t really give us any clues about how he went from the over-cautious, unhinged person he was in “Clear” to the anti-murder man he is now. 

“I think a lot of people have been wanting to get a little bit of a sense of how Morgan went from the guy in Season 3 to the guy we introduced at the end of Season 5,” Greg Nicotero tells Entertainment Weekly of “Here’s Not Here,” which was written by showrunner Scott Gimple. 

“There’s going to be a lot of blanks filled in, in a very Scott Gimple Walking Dead sort of way.” 

Morgan Stands Alone in The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 4
Credit: Gene Page/AMC