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Seth Gilliam (Father Gabriel Stokes) is the only character in this episode with no dialogs.
Although Dr. Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt), Rosita Espnoza (Christian Serratos), Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) and Carol Peletier (Melisa McBride) appear on screen, neither of them have any dialogue in this episode.
Tara labels the caps of the water bottles individually with the letters "GREATM", which is an acronym for the names of Tara's group members. (Glenn, Rosita, Eugene, Abraham, Tara, Maggie).
The episode's title refers to Rosita explaining how she met Abraham, and how they crossed paths.
When the van falls off the bridge, even though it flips upside down, it lands the right side up.
When Daryl throws the notepad he kills a walker that spotted him and Carol. The walker's body falls right next to a red pole like object, but in the next scene the walker's body has been repositioned behind the red pole and is much further away.
Goof: When Daryl lies back on the bunk bed beside Carol, the pillow is suddenly behind him (and under his head) rather than being at the head of the bed as it was in the previous shot.
There are 10 fires shown in this episode. All fires in the flashbacks are lit by Carol (except one of the towers at the prison) while all in the present are lit by Daryl. White or black smoke from fires is a recurring theme that's often associated with Carol.
This is the second episode the feature the prison in a flashback after the group had left it, the first being "A".
The scene where Carol and Daryl enter Atlanta, via Interstate 85, is identical to the scene from Days Gone By where Rick enters the city on horseback.
The title of this episode refers to Carol claiming that the world "consumes you" as it is now.
Goof: When the bus flips over, Tara protects Eugene from a walker that tries to get in through the bus' window by stabbing it in the back of the head. The kill is done with CGI effects, so the stab wound is still visible in the kill scene, but after Tara gives Eugene a knife and they both leave the bus to help the rest of the group. The stab wound behind the walker's head isn't there anymore.
Goof: The scene where Eugene uses the powerful water monitor on top of the fire-truck is unrealistic, as all water pumps inside a fire-truck can only work with a working and running engine.
The title of this episode refers to Eugene peeking on Rosita and Abraham having sex at the Self Help section. Also, Eugene reveals that he has been lying to everybody about the cure in order to get other people to ensure his survival, so he has been helping himself.
When Joan's body is discovered, the words "(F)uck You" can be distinctively seen where her left hand is.
The painting in Dr. Steven Edwards' room is The Denial of Saint Peter by Caravaggio.
Slabtown or Slab Town was a red-light district established in Atlanta in the 1840s, and located off Decatur Street (on the present site of the Grady Memorial Hospital).
This episode marks the first appearance of Atlanta since Season 2.
This episode marks return of Beth Greene since her disappearance in "Alone".
This is the fourth time Carol's fate is left unknown by the end of the episode.
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