A silly episode offers a welcome tonal shift, but not much else.
Guess who’s back? Back again? Rick is back. Tell a friend.
The writers take a closer look at the group in “Remember,” giving the audience a much more defined glimpse into the madness of Rick’s group and Rick himself. His ominous final words depict a man who is prepared to do whatever it takes to ensure the safety of his group. And he’s not alone.
By far the best of the first three episodes of season four, “Isolation,” written by Robert Kirkman continues to devote more time to both the characters we already know and care about, while offering some moments for the more interesting newbies to strut their stuff. “30 Days Without An Incident” was a fairly satisfying instalment, but left me with concerns that the writers would continue to introduce new characters and kill them off within the very same episode (R.I.P. Zack).