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Yes, these are the droids we've been looking for!

The Walking Dead Season 4 hasn't seen any new footage for the second half since that one promo and the Carl sneak peek. Now AMC is airing a full series marathon, and enticing viewers to never leave the couch by adding very brief clips that appear to be scenes from the second half.

The first clip we noticed was of Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun), poised at the edge of still another zombie mosh pit. (Why are they everywhere lately?) The original promo showed Glenn looking a little beat up, holding up a light in the dark. It also showed people jumping out the back of the prison bus. So maybe something happens that pushes everyone out of the bus and Glenn, who was already weak from the flu, ends up passed out with this gun? Take a look:


Another sneak peek shows Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) having a horror film moment by a door. We're guessing this is directly from Episode 9, which is meant to be a very Carl-heavy hour. It's also meant to be closely linked to the comics, and in the books Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and Carl take shelter together and Carl has to take charge because Rick is a bloody mess from the prison war.


Bless the hearts of the people posting these videos, by the way. They may not be high-quality, but they exist.

This next one shows Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) and Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) running through a field, then ducking for cover or something and maybe trying to look dead? Or are they just sleeping?


Expect more snippets like this to be posted throughout the marathon. If you have to walk away from your TV for whatever reason, maybe keep up with the new sneak peeks by visiting this thread at Spoil the Dead. They are posting videos as they emerge.

The Walking Dead Season 4 returns with Episode 9 on Sunday, February 9 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

UPDATE: It looks like the final one might've been the brief glimpse of Michonne holding her katana. The others just replayed during the marathon. Or did you see another video? Here's the Michonne one: