Didn't he as much as says so in the episode? After Beth says
"He shot things inside your house?", he replies:
"It was just a bunch of junk anyway. That's how I knew what this place was. That shed out there? My dad had a place just like this. You got your dumpster chair, that's for sittin' in - in your drawers all summer, drinkin'. Got your fancy buckets, that's for spittin' chow in - after your old lady tells you to stop smoking. You got your, your internet [picks up newspaper]."
It is nice when they bring up the fallen ones, and I like getting insight into what the characters are thinking and feeling for a change.
That being said, this really isn't my favorite season. I feel that the way the episodes are presented in 4B is throwing things off balance, and it makes it really difficult to maintain any level of emotional investment in the characters. Like how they finally brought Carol back and threw her into the mix with Ty and the children and we haven't gotten to see them at all for several fucking episodes. Or how they've introduced major comic book characters like Abraham and company and we've only gotten a few scenes with them and then nothing. Instead we get an entire episode focused on two characters? And before anybody jumps on me, I'd say the same thing if it were any two characters. I feel they could have just as easily kept the best elements of that episode and included another group (similar to the way "After" followed Michonne as well as Rick and Carl). I love that they're having the groups separated for so long, I just don't like how we don't get to see what's going on with some of them for ages, and I really don't see how it's doing the story any favors. Super frustrating, in my opinion. Hoping they prove me wrong. Sorry for the rant. - Jenn
I don’t think so.
Personally, I see their relationship as purely platonic and sibling-like at most. But that’s just me, I guess. :) -R.