The latest episode of The Walking Dead Season 5 aired Monday night.
Check out what fans had to say about it in the video below!
The episode’s opening credits are a very dark, yet sweet, mix of The Last Word and a scene from the film.
It also features the first glimpse of Michonne.
It’s the first episode of the season and we don’t know a lot about it yet.
Michonne tells her brother that they need to find a new place to live, and Rick and Carol tell her they are the new neighbors.
She says that she doesn’t know what they mean by that.
They both then make some jokes about how they’re the new residents, and she then turns her attention to a man named Caleb who has been hanging out with Rick.
It’s unclear whether the new neighbor is Carl or if it’s a stranger, but it’s clear that he is going to be staying with Rick and his family.
It looks like he’s going to get along with his new neighbors just fine.
The new resident Carl is very protective of his family, and he doesn’t seem to mind.
Rick has no problem with Carl’s new home.
He’s not bothered by him.
This next scene features a very emotional scene between Carl and Rick.
He tells him that he loves him.
Rick tells him, “No, I love you.
I love your family.
You don’t have to do this.”
Carl then gives Rick a kiss on the cheek.
Rick asks, “What are you doing?
Don’t kiss me.”
Carl is clearly distraught and asks, “…
What are we doing?
We’re doing a little dance.”
He then asks, “(What is) the matter with me?
Is this the end?
I am so scared, and you’re the only one who is telling me I am beautiful.”
Rick tells Carl that he doesn`t know what’s wrong with him.
Carl then tells Rick that he can be whatever he wants to be, that he has nothing to fear from his mother.
Carl tells Rick, “If I could only be loved.”
Rick then tells Carl he loves you too.
Carl responds, “Yeah, me too.”
The scene ends with Rick telling Carl that this is your family, that you have to love yourself.
Carl doesn’t say anything, but he doesn´t seem to be in a great mood either.
It appears that Carl has been living in the woods for the last few weeks.
Carl is walking around the town, but when he gets close to his family he suddenly stops.
He then grabs his gun and starts to shoot.
Rick then tells him to get back inside the house.
Carl says, “I’m not going back there.”
Rick says, “”No, don’t worry.
I’ll come with you.
“Carl tells Rick he is coming with him, but Rick doesn’t believe him.
He tries to convince Carl to go with him to safety.
Carl insists that he wants a family, but that he won’t leave his mother behind.
Rick tells Carl, “Let’s go.”
Rick says, “(It) is what it is.”
Carl says “No.”
Rick tells him he’s in charge.
Carl says, “‘No’ doesn’t mean you can’t have your fun, but you don’t need to have it.”
Rick tries to comfort him, saying, “Sometimes we need each other to be strong, but I’m going to stick with you, Carl.”
Rick then pulls Carl into his arms and kisses him.
Carl then tells his family that he’s fine.
He goes to the bathroom and shuts off the lights, but as soon as he gets out of the bathroom he turns back on the lights and shoots again.
He starts running around the house, but is stopped by Rick.
Rick says to Carl, “”It’s not right.”
Carl replies, “You don’t understand.”
Rick replies, “”I don’t care what you think.””
Carl then starts running toward Rick and they start running toward each other.
They seem to have an intense connection and they both seem to know exactly what they want.
The scene ends when Rick says to Carol, “Stay right here.”
Rick runs back to the house and sees his wife Carol, who is crying, sitting on the bed, looking at him.
Rick runs to her and says,”Caleb, what are you thinking?”
Caleb responds, “”Well, Rick said we were going to live in the city, but we won’t.
We will be in this place.
“Rick walks out of his house and into the woods.
Rick, Carol, and Caleb sit down at a picnic table.
They start drinking some of the food they had for the night.
It seems that they have a lot of energy and love each other just as much as they do Rick and Carl.
They all begin talking and they are both laughing hysterically.
Rick says “I love you.”
The scene then ends with a montage of scenes that