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THE WALKING DEAD: Season 5, Episode 4: Slabtown: Trailers & Clip [AMC]

Emily Kinney The Walking Dead Slabtown

TV show trailer & clip for episode 504 of AMC’s The Walking Dead. Some of you may have been having way too much fun, with the recent run of the series, to notice that Beth (Emily Kinney) has been missing since episode 413. Well, she’s alive (thanks for asking); and in an odd parallel to the series pilot, finds herself waking in a hospital bed, to a setting somewhat different from the one she had grown used to.

Apparently, the black car, with the white cross, had delivered her to a secure hospital facility, back in urban Atlanta. That’s the good news. The bad news… well, the show has already established that free beds don’t come cheap. Certainly not with that episode title, anyway.

While the clip follows her waking moment, and first meeting with some of her hosts, the trailers provide more on her overall situation. There is a noticeable difference to that detail, however, as well as tone, between the official U.S. trailer, and a trailer cut for New Zealand audiences. Compared to the typically vague, and suspense heavy U.S. version, the Kiwi cut paints a clearer picture of just how inhospitable Beth’s hospital stay is likely to be.

‘Slabtown’ also features Melissa McBride, Cullen Moss, Christine Woods, Tyler James Williams, and Keisha Castle-Hughes, and airs Sunday, Nov. 2, at 9.00 pm EST, on AMC.

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Sources: SpoilerTV (1, 2, 3)

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