Finally saw the episode and like many of you I hated that cliff hanger. Let's hope it's a Glen under the dumpster situation cause it looked like our characters were all standing right out in the open in direct line of those flying missiles. I was disappointed that Leah decided to rebuff Daryl's offer to go with him in order to "protect" the other soldiers that she considered family but let's face it. She didn't kill Pope to help Daryl but because she thought he was putting more of their people in deliberate danger and she didn't like it. Perhaps it was for the best. Daryl may have thought there was more to their relationship than there was and he was disabused of that notion fast enough when she turned him in. She let him tacitly know that what they had was only a fling and who she considered her real group. It also allowed her to move up as commander, a strategic move that would allow her to run operations as she saw fit. I don't know how this will end up because there are still some residual feelings but the lines have been drawn. I thought that the tropical storm, hurricane or whatever that was battering ASZ was certainly scary but everyone handled themselves well. I'm sure the the girls trapped in the cellar will think of something or be rescued. Were those people in the house the only ones left in the community? If not, I wonder how the others made out. Waiting until Feb. is unfair to viewers.