If you aren't still too disturbed by last night's episode of The Walking Dead to look toward the penultimate episode of the fourth season, we have the previews for "Us," which appears to revert back to the split-focus format after another episode that dedicated its entire hour to one set of characters.
Based on the preview for next Sunday's "Us," the episode will include Daryl's situation, Glen and Tara with Abraham and his people, and Rick's group. That's a hefty split, considering last night's episode focused entirely on a fivesome that turned into a trio by the end of the episode.
With just two episodes left -- "Us" and "A" (America theme going on in the titles there?) -- this season may be building up for the group's arrival at Terminus, the mystery sanctuary that's on everyone's radar. But we also don't know if Daryl will manage to track down Beth. Daryl's in one of the clips we have from "Us," and it looks like he's about to lose his patience...
Meanwhile, it looks like Abraham's figured something out about Tara...
Finally, one more look-back at last night's "The Grove." Here's that disturbing scene where Tyreese and Carol come back and discover what Lizzie did...
Brighton Sharbino really was great in this episode. That moment when she looks so determined and hopeful that they'll understand what she means when Mika turns makes me shudder every time.
This video takes a closer look at some of the events from "The Grove." And you can read our full breakdown of last night's episode here.
The Walking Dead airs Sunday at 9:00 p.m. ET on AMC.