Sunday's latest 'The Walking Dead' season 5 installment "Self Help" took yet another diversion to show us what shenanigans Abraham and Eugene got up to on the road, but next week's "Consumed" will fill in the gaps between Daryl and Carol's "Strangers" flight and Beth's "Slabtown" encounter. Find out what happened in the meantime with our first official clip from next Sunday's latest 'The Walking Dead,' "Consumed!"
‘The Walking Dead’ season 5 brings to life its 5th episode with “Self Help,” as Abraham leads Glenn, Maggie, Rosita and Eugene further down the path to Washington, exposing some of the group's darkest secrets along the way.
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Where this week's latest 'The Walking Dead' season 5 installment "Slabtown" ventured outside the main cast to catch up with Beth's new circumstances, next week's "Self Help" will return firmly to Abraham and his cohorts on the road to Washington D.C. All involved will have some understandable questions for the mysterious Eugene however, the first of which the portly scientist begins to answer in our first clip from next week's episode:
‘The Walking Dead’ season 5 brings to life its 4th episode with “Slabtown,” as Beth awakens after her kidnapping to find safe haven at a hospital, only to discover that her new surroundings are predictably not what they seem.