I was kind of bored with this episode. It's starting to all just seem like filler until they have the big reveal about If You Arrive You Survive Town. I mean yeah, character development. Daryl is a mean drunk. Family issues. Personal issues. But still, boring. I was more interested by the golf club setting. About the three people who hung themselves all together. Their story seemed more interesting, I wanted to know more about them.
And it's never a good sign when the setting is more interesting than the plot or the characters. Walking Dead seems to suffer from this right from the get-go of being set in post-apocalypse America. Then there was the campground, Atlanta, the bus, the farm, Pleasantville (or whatever it was called), the prison... just one set piece to another, and inevitably it gets too boring to stay at, because in the end the plots and characters are kind of boring and really what the show is about, what it's always been about, is the zombies.
And that's not a good sign either. When the intentionally brain-dead antagonists are more interesting than the unintentionally brain-dead protagonists.
I still watch, cuz I want to see the walkers ultimately triumph over humanity.