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THE WALKING DEAD: Season 6, Episode 4: Here’s Not Here: Trailer & Clips [AMC]

Lennie James The Walking Dead Heres Not Here

AMC’s The Walking Dead Here’s Not Here TV show trailer clips. So the first three episodes – ep 3, in particular – left us with plenty to chew on. How do we wash down all that awesome awfulness? Why, with a bottle (of an) episode, of course. Now, before you take that bottle, smash the end off, and brandish it at the showrunners – all the while demanding follow through, to last week’s episode – consider that this will be a Morgan (Lennie James) bottle episode.

If anyone since KGB Carol (Melissa McBride) deserves a bottle episode, filling in the blanks from one incarnation to another, I’d say Morgan does. Some may argue that Monk Morgan hasn’t been as interesting as Militia Morgan (aka Mad Morgan), and that no one gets to break the season 6 streak. It was going to happen, eventually. A little closure would have been nice, sure; but at 90 mins, ‘Here’s Not Here’ should have something to offer – maybe even some context to that opening arc closure we’ve been left expecting. Drink the contents, or weaponize it, the bottle episode is happening.

The trailer promises to inform on how Morgan made peace, with what it takes to make peace, going all the way back to his gun wielding crazy days. The clips take a pit-stop, along the way, showing Militia Morgan getting his adrenaline feed going, then warming up the coming down with a little bonfire of the insanity.

Watch The Walking Dead ‘Here’s Not Here’ trailer & clips, and leave your thoughts below, in the comments section. For more The Walking Dead photos, videos, and information, visit our The Walking Dead Page, our The Walking Dead Google+ Page, subscribe to us by Email, “follow” us on TwitterTumblr or “like” us on Facebook. ‘Here’s Not Here’ airs tonight, Nov. 1, at 9:00pm EST, on AMC.



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