Well, this episode was pretty good and had some interesting developments. Daryl and his Doom Patrol had a nice little showdown with the band of Whisperers who were coming after them, and even Dog got to kick some Whisperer butt. Daryl himself got into a knock-down drag-out battle with Beta, which ended with Beta going down an elevator shaft. But in an ending reminiscent of James Bond movies, Beta is not done yet. You beta beta you bet. Meanwhile, the bonding between Daryl and Connie continues-- who knows, maybe it is leading to a romance. And young love continues to blossom for Henry and Lydia, although I still don't trust Lydia at all. Not because I think Lydia is a mole, but because I think she is severely conflicted-- it's the new and improved versus the old and familiar, Zombie Apocalypse style.
And over at the Kingdom, a new threat arises-- those painted glyphs were left by a band of robbers called The Highwaymen-- and apparently defused by the magic of Hollywood. The Highwaymen are now working as privateers for the Kingdom, apparently, although there is some unease. I really hope that they integrate into the Kingdom and don't betray Ezekiel and Carol. It would be a nice change of pace to see that civilization has climbed back up to a place where it's more profitable to be a part of it than to prey on it. Also, I loved the look on Tara's face when the riders came to the rescue.