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- Episode 01: No Sanctuary
- Episode 02: Strangers
- Episode 03: Four Walls and a Roof
- Episode 04: Slabtown
- Episode 05: Self Help
- Episode 06: Consumed
- Episode 07: Crossed
- Episode 08: Coda
- Episode 09: What Happened and What's Going On
- Episode 10: Them
- Episode 11: The Distance
- Episode 12: Remember
- Episode 13: Forget
- Episode 14: Spend
- Episode 15: Try
- Episode 16: Conquer
Actors Of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
Characters Of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
Creators of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
Critics Of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
Kevin Yeoman ScreenRant
January 02, 2015 "Self Help" reads like the kind of episode this show has wanted to tell for a long time, and its achievement is all the more significant because of it.Read in Source
Shane Ryan Paste Magazine
January 02, 2015 I dug this episode -- it told a nuanced story without beating you over the face, and it got pretty deep on characters that frankly never seemed very interesting to me before.Read in Source
Laura Prudom Variety
January 02, 2015 Much like last week's Beth-centric episode, "Self Help" maintained the season's momentum while still allowing time for much-needed character beats to contextualize the mayhem.Read in Source
Troy L. Smith Cleveland Plain Dealer
January 02, 2015 Props to Josh McDermitt (Eugene) and Michael Cudlitz (Abraham) for some great acting in this episode. Looks like no one's going to Washington, D.C. after all.Read in Source
Danielle Henderson Guardian
January 02, 2015 It's an interesting study of selfishness and survival.Read in Source
Sean McKenna TV Fanatic
January 02, 2015 There's now a lot of "what's nexts" left on the table... Certainly, by the end of the hour I was back on board, so I'm just ready to see where all those jumping off points go and where the season is really headed.Read in Source
David Sims The Atlantic
January 02, 2015 The best thing about this generally well-done episode, I thought, was its whole thesis that as awful and ridiculous as Eugene's behavior was, it actually did save lives, or at least one life -- Abraham's.Read in Source
Matt Fowler IGN Movies
January 02, 2015 There were a few hiccups in this one, and the loss of the D.C. mission wasn't a gut-punch for the show since it seemed far-fetched to begin with, but the way it represented the collapse of Abraham's whole world brought out the heartache.Read in Source
Richard Rys New York Magazine/Vulture
January 02, 2015 It seemed like another slow-burn, momentum-killing chapter was in store. But thanks to the ever-quotable Sarge, library sex, fire-hose fun, and Eugene's big reveal, it was another top-notch hour in what's shaping up to be the best season yet.Read in Source
Zack Handlen AV Club
January 02, 2015 "Self Help" is a bold episode in more ways than one. For most of its running time, it's a smart, unsettling, and highly entertaining look at the new dynamics of Abraham's little group of pseudo-soldiers.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...