The Walking Dead - Season 4, Episode 02: Infected
Rick is so determined to living as a human again even as he tries his family and move along with the other survivors to locate a perfect refuge.
- Episode 01: 30 Days Without an Accident
- Episode 02: Infected
- Episode 03: Isolation
- Episode 04: Indifference
- Episode 05: Internment
- Episode 06: Live Bait
- Episode 07: Dead Weight
- Episode 08: Too Far Gone0
- Episode 09: After
- Episode 10: Inmates
- Episode 11: Claimed
- Episode 12: Still
- Episode 13: Alone
- Episode 14: The Grove
- Episode 15: Us
- Episode 16: A
Actors Of "The Walking Dead - Season 4"
Characters Of "The Walking Dead - Season 4"
Creators of "The Walking Dead - Season 4"
Critics Of "The Walking Dead - Season 4"
Zack Handlen AV Club
June 25, 2015 "Infected" brings the first major threat out into the open.Read in Source
Josh Jackson Paste Magazine
June 25, 2015 We had the creepiness of zombies in prison showers and wandering the halls of Cell Block D. We had a tearful goodbye to dad (we hardly knew you).Read in Source
Ted Pigeon Slant Magazine
June 25, 2015 Minor complaints aside, "Infected" achieves the difficult balance of traversing various narrative threads while maintaining a powerful emotional focus.Read in Source
Maricela Gonzalez Entertainment Weekly
June 16, 2015 Welcome to episode 2 of the fourth season where everything is terrible and the points don't matter! The Walkers scare me to no end, but this mysterious traitor is even more sinister.Read in Source
Nate Rawlings TIME Magazine
June 19, 2015 In episode 2, we see a whole new side of the show's greatest warrior [Michonne].Read in Source
Tim Surette TV.com
June 25, 2015 "Infected" was another successful episode in this rejuvenated (albeit young) fourth season, just different enough from The Walking Dead's raw formula to make the show feel new again.Read in Source
Kevin Yeoman ScreenRant
June 25, 2015 [The creators] have managed to make Rick, Carl, Michonne, and even Beth all more worthy of the audience's consideration by underlining how their collective experience has made them hesitant to become emotionally invested in anyone or anything.Read in Source
Laura Hurley What Culture
June 25, 2015 Despite the quality of the overall acting, the best fundamental of the episode was that the havoc was wreaked by the actions (or lack thereof) of the characters themselves.Read in Source
Paul Vigna Wall Street Journal
June 19, 2015 It's another example of the show's ability this year to contrast the big, set-piece zombie attacks with small, intimate stories that really illustrate the human toll of this horror story, and it shows off the depth of storytelling that's being presented.Read in Source
Richard Rys New York Magazine/Vulture
June 25, 2015 The aim of this week's episode was to tear all of that [normalcy established in the previous episode] down and plunge the prison into chaos. That's bad news for the gang, but great news for us.Read in Source
Soundtracks Of "The Walking Dead - Season 4"
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Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...