The Walking Dead: Season 4 Episode 5 - TV Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

The Walking Dead: Season 4 Episode 5 Reviews

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Tom Fitzgerald and Lorenzo Marquez
Tom & Lorenzo
June 18, 2018

Despite the dumbness on display, we were on the hook for pretty much the entire hour, helped in no small part by some great performances.

Kevin Fitzpatrick
June 12, 2018

The end result has "Internment" squeaking out the last pathetic rolls of wheel-spinning before the action can truly pick up this season.

Laura Hurley
What Culture
July 6, 2015

While much of the episode was very good and filled with enough tension... there were some scenes that really had to make us wonder how these people managed to survive for so long.

Sean McKenna
TV Fanatic
July 6, 2015

I'm glad we got some time with Hershel.. But it was when everything went crazy again and the walkers seemed destined to take over the prison that the hour picked up for a pretty nonstop ride until the end.

Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5
Kevin Yeoman
July 6, 2015

Maybe shifting the setting back and forth from the prison to the veterinary college, and focusing on a more diverse group of characters in a more evenhanded fashion has helped some to overlook some of the tonal issues that have sprung up.

Alan Sepinwall
July 6, 2015

It's a simple episode, leaning more heavily than the show ever has before on Scott Wilson's warm, stoic performance as Hershel, and effectively continued the season 4 mix of despair and complicated action.

Zack Handlen
AV Club
Top Critic
July 6, 2015

It's unfortunate that the episode's climax serves as much as a way to winnow down the cast as it does a thrilling set piece, but thankfully, it's a good set piece.

Full Review | Original Score: B
Richard Rys
New York Magazine/Vulture
Top Critic
July 6, 2015

The star of this installment - aside from Henry the Endotracheal Intubated Zombie - is Hershel.

Full Review | Original Score: 4/5
Morgan Jeffery
Digital Spy
July 6, 2015

Hershel is one of the characters who's done the best out of this season. Like Carol, he's evolved to become one of my favorite characters on the show and 'Internment' is his finest hour yet.

Full Review | Original Score: 3/5
John Lopez
Top Critic
July 6, 2015

Kudos to Scott Wilson for selling such an emotionally fishy moment with all his hoary soul; it took every ounce of his gravitas and then some.

Ted Pigeon
Slant Magazine
July 6, 2015

The demise of the prison has long been foreshadowed and now seems to be on the threshold, but it's the subtle exchanges between Rick and Carl that spell a more unsettling reality that's beginning to take shape.

Nate Rawlings
TIME Magazine
Top Critic
July 6, 2015

[The writers] stepped up and delivered a script that allowed story, character and performance to come together in one of the most powerful episodes in some time.

Terri Schwartz
July 6, 2015

Before this recap delves into how wonderful Hershel was during this entire episode, it would be remiss to not mention the big reveal at the end.

Paul Vigna
Wall Street Journal
Top Critic
July 6, 2015

There was a full hour of gut-wrenching drama inside the prison as the deadly flu ran its course. It was a Spartan, emotionally exhausting ordeal even by this show's grim standards.

Tim Surette
July 6, 2015

You know, for what could be labeled a filler episode, "Internment" was pretty amazing.

Roth Cornet
IGN Movies
July 6, 2015

"Internment" was filled with some great walker and machine gun action, but ultimately served as a moment to demonstrate the importance of a balanced approach to both leadership and parenting.

Full Review | Original Score: 9/10
Maricela Gonzalez
Entertainment Weekly
Top Critic
July 6, 2015

Despite a solid episode with several character-defining moments, the most striking image of the episode is in its last seconds.

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