Dead" mid-season finale hasn't even aired yet, but there are already spoilers for the second half of season 4. According to a Nov. 29 report by Wet Paint, there are plenty of things fans can look forward to when the show returns in February 2014.
Warning: If you do not want to know "The Walking Dead" season 4, episodes 9 and 10 spoilers, then stop reading.
Before revealing spoilers, fans are speculating that the prison war will begin on the mid-season finale but will resolve in episode 9. The writers definitely want viewers to stay in suspense until the show returns.
It has been revealed that Carl will have a big part of episode 9. Andrew Lincoln said,
Hershel Greene is dead. We still cannot believe it. Norman Reedus uploaded a picture of Scott Wilson on his Instagram page and titled it "Legend." Indeed, Hershel Greene was a legend in "The Walking Dead" but the show in "TWD" must go on. We are delighted that the terror rule of the Governor is also over. Michonne sliced the Governor and Lilly shot him in the head in the mid-season finale of season 4. Now, a new sneak peek of "The Walking Dead" season 4 episode 9 is out featuring Carl Grimes.
February 9, 2014, the boys and girls of "TWD" will return with, of course, the walkers. The promo of season 4 episode 9 was unveiled and it showcased what fans can expect in the second half of the season. This new "The Walking Dead" season 4 episode 9 sneak peek stars Carl Grimes and two flesh-hungry and silly zombies.
Sneak Peek of "The Walking Dead" Season 4 Episode 9
Carl Grimes is the man. Oh, yes he is. We are not saying this, but Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) is.
"[Carl] does something this season.... Man."
"Episode 9 is his episode. It's so cool," continued the star.
The sneak peek shows Carl teasing two walkers who are banging the door of a house. Perhaps, he is playing with them or saving the occupants of the house. Carl is walking backwards with meat in hands. Why is he luring them and not shooting them down?
The sneak peek video starts with Carl calling out the zombies. He walks backwards and continues to taunt the walkers where he leads them down the street. It is unclear why Carl is doing something like this but as Andrew mentioned that he (Carl) is the man, so we will trust Lincoln on that.