In tonight’s The Walking Dead season 4, two groups went out on supply runs and numerous characters used their time outside the prison to reveal more about themselves.

Our The Walking Dead recap breaks down what occurred in season 4, episode 4 “Indifference.”

– A dark opening. Lizzie is talking to Carol, who for some reason doesn’t mind the fact that people turning into zombies changes them for the worst. “It’s how it is,” the young girl says. Meanwhile, Rick observes Carol killing a sick human who’s become infected. Carol has obviously become very dark, and she reassures Lizzie that they all change in different ways.

– Rick and Carol go on a mission. The two are heading out for medicine, and the latter explains that she’s killed who she’s had to because they’ve been a threat to the others. Once inside a house they want to take medicine from, they grab supplies and (naturally) come across a zombie that falls down the stairs towards them. Also upstairs we’re greeted by a man and a woman, who’s wounds are patched up by Carol. They seem like an unassuming, friendly couple who Rick decides to take in at the prison after feeling uncertain and warning them that many at their makeshift home are currently sick.

In another big talk, Carol talks point blank about her two killings. She says that it had to be done and it needs to be accepted. She also lectures Rick for using farming as an escape too often when he needs to be taking action. In yet another talk, Carol mentions her deceased abusive husband and her daughter Sophia. Rick says he can still hear Lori in his head pre-apocalypse when she’d ask him to pick up Carl from school. Following a trail of apples the girl they had just met was picking up, they see that she has been eaten by zombies. They weren’t kidding about their own inexperience! Rick and Carol wait for the guy to show up, but he never comes and it’s at Carol’s suggestion that they leave.

The next day, Rick tells Carol that the two people she killed may’ve lived but they didn’t get the chance to survive. He says that he’s afraid she’ll kill others too, and he decides that Carol can’t come back to the prison. She gives him a watch given to her by her husband for their first anniversary.

– Daryl, Michonne, Tyreese, and Bobby are on a mission too. The four come across a building covered in shrubbery. While tearing down the plants, zombies start poking their heads out from the other side. Tyreese seems suicidal and pulls one of the zombies towards him, which Michonne scolds him for later. Meanwhile, Daryl asks Bobby about his backstory. He says he’s been in two different groups and was hesitant to take Daryl’s offer when he found him.

After rounding up all of their medicine, they encounter a few zombies. They make their way up stairs because it’s the only way to escape, and once on the second floor’s rooftop Bobby trips and almost lets his bag fly off the edge. He pulls it out of the zombies’ hands after the others tell him to just let it go, and when bringing it back up a bottle of alcohol comes out. They see that Bobby didn’t take any medicine and only grabbed liquor for himself. (Sidenote: We had seen Bobby consider grabbing alcohol on a previous supply run, but he resisted). This pisses off Daryl who tells him he regrets taking him in when he did before season 4 started. He tells Bobby that if he ever sees him drinking, he’ll “beat his ass into the ground.”

Your ‘Walking Dead’ recap: What did you think of the episode?

We were shocked to see Carol leave as instructed by Rick, but we completely understand why he made the decision. We hope to see her again soon, however, because we love who she had become. It was a friendly threat – and a departure that actually brought Rick to tears.

See a preview of next week’s episode below airing Sunday, November 10 at 9 p.m. eastern/pacific on AMC:

A new Fifty Shades Darker trailer was released on Wednesday and ups the sexy for the sequel.

Ana and Christian are getting back together in the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel, but the former has a couple of new rules: No secrets, way less BDSM. Christian agrees, but new problems come to light: Is someone from the millionaire’s past haunting him?

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A new Fifty Shades Darker trailer was released on Wednesday and ups the sexy for the sequel.

Ana and Christian are getting back together in the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel, but the former has a couple of new rules: No secrets, way less BDSM. Christian agrees, but new problems come to light: Is someone from the millionaire’s past haunting him?

Dakota Johnson continues to bring a fun vibe to Ana Steele, playing the awkward lines with self awareness better than Kristen Stewart ever did as Bella in Twilight. “Have dinner with me,” Christian begs. “Okay fine, I will have dinner with you, because I’m… hungry,” Ana replies. The line could come off corny if executed poorly, but Dakota has a strong hold on playing this character for fun.

Tickets for Fifty Shades Darker are now on sale. Check out a new poster for the movie below:

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The Fifty Shades Darker synopsis reads, “When a wounded Christian Grey tries to entice a cautious Ana Steele back into his life, she demands a new arrangement before she will give him another chance. As the two begin to build trust and find stability, shadowy figures from Christian’s past start to circle the couple, determined to destroy their hopes for a future together.”

The movie hits theaters this Valentine’s Day. It stars Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Eric Johnson, Jennifer Ehle, Victor Rasuk, Luke Grimes, Rita Ora, Eloise Mumford, Max Martini, Bella Heathcote, Kim Basinger and Marcia Gay Harden, and is directed by James Foley.

It’s looking like Nick Robinson will go from battling dinosaurs to battling the process of coming out.

‘Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda’ actor revealed

According to The Hollywood Reporter, 21-year-old Nick Robinson is in talks to play Simon in the book to film adaptation of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda written by Becky Albertalli. The movie will be directed by CW/DC Universe mastermind Greg Berlanti.

Nick Robinson is best known for his supporting role in Jurassic World, in which he played big brother Zach Mitchell. He also co-starred as Ben in the book to film adaptation of the dystopian novel The 5th Wave starring Chloe Moretz.

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It’s looking like Nick Robinson will go from battling dinosaurs to battling the process of coming out.

‘Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda’ actor revealed

According to The Hollywood Reporter, 21-year-old Nick Robinson is in talks to play Simon in the book to film adaptation of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda written by Becky Albertalli. The movie will be directed by CW/DC Universe mastermind Greg Berlanti.

Nick Robinson is best known for his supporting role in Jurassic World, in which he played big brother Zach Mitchell. He also co-starred as Ben in the book to film adaptation of the dystopian novel The 5th Wave starring Chloe Moretz.

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda is an excellent coming of age/coming out LGBT YA novel which we’ve raved about here on Hypable before. Nick Robinson is definitely an actor we can picture in the role, so we can’t wait to see him play the adorable character.

The film is being produced by Wyck Godfrey’s Temple Hill Entertainment, who’s responsible for The Maze Runner series, The Twilight Saga, and the upcoming Power Rangers.

What do think of Nick Robinson as Simon?

If you haven’t read it yet, we highly recommend that you do. The book was first published last year:

After you read it, be sure to check out our exclusive interview with Becky Albertalli. Simon was her first novel!

Netflix has unveiled a new Series of Unfortunate Events trailer, showing off Neil Patrick Harris’ excellent portrayal of the evil, wacky, will-stop-at-nothing-to-get-that-money Count Olaf.

Neil Patrick Harris’ ability to convincingly become any person — whether male or female, young or old, ugly or beautiful — becomes abundantly clear in the latest ASOUE trailer. While some of us may’ve been a little skeptical of his casting initially, it’s hard to imagine anyone else in the role after seeing previews like this.

The trailer begins with narrator Lemony Snicket (played by Patrick Warburton) warning that the new Netflix show is no delightful watch. Then the focus turns to Olaf and his mission to steal the children’s fortune, left to them by their parents after their untimely deaths:

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Netflix has unveiled a new Series of Unfortunate Events trailer, showing off Neil Patrick Harris’ excellent portrayal of the evil, wacky, will-stop-at-nothing-to-get-that-money Count Olaf.

Neil Patrick Harris’ ability to convincingly become any person — whether male or female, young or old, ugly or beautiful — becomes abundantly clear in the latest ASOUE trailer. While some of us may’ve been a little skeptical of his casting initially, it’s hard to imagine anyone else in the role after seeing previews like this.

The trailer begins with narrator Lemony Snicket (played by Patrick Warburton) warning that the new Netflix show is no delightful watch. Then the focus turns to Olaf and his mission to steal the children’s fortune, left to them by their parents after their untimely deaths:

The Unfortunate Events trailer also presents new looks at colorful characters including Uncle Monty (Aasif Mandvi, below), Aunt Josephine (Alfre Woodard, below), and Justice Strauss (Joan Cusack).

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A Series of Unfortunate Events premieres all eight episodes of its first season on January 13, 2017.

“Based on the internationally best-selling series of books by Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler) and starring Emmy and Tony Award winner Neil Patrick Harris, A Series of Unfortunate Events recounts the tragic tale of the Baudelaire orphans — Violet, Klaus, and Sunny – whose evil guardian Count Olaf will stop at nothing to get his hands on their inheritance. The siblings must outsmart Olaf at every turn, foiling his many devious plans and disguises, in order to discover clues to their parents’ mysterious death.”

Another trailer was released two weeks ago — you can watch it here.

Is ‘Unfortunate Events’ looking as good as you hoped?

Harris previously confirmed that each book will be adapted into two episodes of the show. The first season of ASOUE covers the first four books, so presumably season 2 will roughly cover another four books. There are a total of 13 books in Lemony Snicket’s series.