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:

The film adaptation of Wicked is currently in production and Stephen Schwartz revealed at Comic Con that the film will feature plenty of new songs!

Warm up those vocal pipes and get your best “Defying Gravity” cape dry cleaned, the Wicked film is gearing up for production at long last! The Broadway hit, currently in its 13th year, has had audiences clamoring for a filmed production since Idina Menzel Kristin Chenoweth brought Elphba and Glinda to life. Now, that dream is becoming a reality, but probably not with the original cast.

At the CW3PR’s 8th Annual Behind-The-Music: Crime, Death and Resurrection Panel at Comic Con, Stephen Schwartz the man behind the music of Wicked appeared to announce that the film will feature songs both old and new. The “old” of course includes songs from the stage production such as “Defying Gravity,” “Popular,” and most likely, “One Fine Day.” But it also includes songs that were written and cut from the production before its Broadway opening.

Winnie Holzman will be writing the screenplay as she also wrote the book to the stage show based on Gregory Maguire’s novel. Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot) is attached to direct.

You can watch Schwartz’s announcement from the panel below!

Now its time to start some casting speculations! It is my hope that the casting director sticks with strong Broadway talent to carry the roles. The musical has enough of a following to garner a strong viewership, but it also wouldn’t hurt to throw Menzel and Chenoweth in for a cameo or two!

Wicked is expected to hit theaters in December 2019.

U! S! A! U! S! A! A new Fantastic Beasts poster debuting at San Diego Comic-Con has American pride peppered into the design, giving us a hint at the film’s plot.

The film’s official social media channels unveiled Fantastic Beasts’ SDCC poster on Friday morning, just a day before the movie hosts a panel at the conference with the cast and crew. Presumably these posters will be handed out on the show floor, and/or at the Fantastic Beasts event.


There’s a lot to unpack in this poster, which features Newt and a brightly lit “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” sign.

Newt is looking over his shoulder in the middle, holding a wand in one hand and a suitcase (with a beast trying to get out!) in the other. Supporting characters Graves, Jacob, Queenie, and Tina appear in the wings. Also here: Our very first looks at two female characters. We believe the one in the bottom left is Mary Lou, played by Samantha Morton. The guy on the right is Credence played by Ezra Miller.

So what’s with the American flags? They’re not only to remind fans that the movie is set in New York — We believe they’re teasing an election of some sort. The last Fantastic Beasts trailer briefly depicted a political event (See a screenshot below). We’re guessing an election will be taking place over the course of the movie with possible ramifications for the well-being of the North American Wizarding World.


Fantastic Beasts opens this November. Return to Hypable on Saturday to check out our coverage of everything that happens during the movie’s panel!

Have a round, or two, with Lin-Manuel Miranda when he steps in to tell the story of Alexander Hamilton on Drunk History.

Comedy Central is keeping Lin-Manuel Miranda connected to Hamilton for a little while longer by setting the scribe up on the next season of Drunk History to spin another verse about the founding father. The show will concentrate on the rivalry between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton duel that resulted in SPOILER Hamilton’s death.

Hamilton was the first subject that the series took on in season one. With the rising success of the Broadway hit, fans clamored for Lin-Manuel Miranda to give Alexander Hamilton a reprise on the series.

Miranda is not throwing away his shot at telling another version of Hamilton’s decision to throw away his on the shores of New Jersey in 1804. Even though Miranda stepped away from the show on July 9, we expect to see him sticking close to the production for quite a while, especially as the show begins performances across the nation.

Miranda was not the only guest announced for Drunk History‘s fourth season. Joining him will be Aubrey Plaza, Ben Folds, Billie Joe Armstrong, Busy Phillips, Dave Grohl, Ed Helms, Elizabeth Olsen, Josh Charles, Mae Whitman, Michael Cera, Rachel Bilson, and Tony Hale, to name a few.

Raise a glass!


Drunk History returns for its fourth season on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 10:30 p.m. ET on Comedy Central.