The episode overall was kind of meh, but it did have moments I really liked, such as John and the Rabbi having awkward small-talk or what appears to be some sort of relationship developing between Dwight and Sarah. The main flaw with the premise was Charlie's sudden desire to put down roots somewhere so that the Convoy can have a home and not be nomadic. But at the moment, they're basically on the run from Logan and his people, so establishing a permanent home just makes it easier to be found by them, as proven with Logan's people finding the Convoy where it was camped at in this episode. I can understand Charlie is a child and doesn't quite get the fact they need to keep moving, but why don't John or June point this out to her as the explanation for why they won't be staying at the synagogue and establishing it as their home? And so, it appears Logan's henchman Dwight chose to spare a few weeks back has remained a douche and is continuing to work with Logan against the Convoy. While it might be realistic that he's not turned by his one encounter with Dwight's mercy and suddenly sees the light of Morgan's ways and joins the Peace Corps, what exactly is the message they are trying to send here? That sometimes you are better off just dealing with a douche when you run into one? While hardly a new message for the Walking Dead franchise, it does seem kind of odd, given how this show is now built on Morgan's ideals, and Dwight spared the guy because of Morgan's ideals that we're now going to poke holes in those ideals espoused by the show's lead. The Rabbi himself, not really much new there. A religious man with a crisis of faith who is presumably going to rediscover his faith over the course of his character arc. Aside from being (I think) the first Jewish character for the franchise, there's not really much new ground here at all. And really, the show is having trouble juggling its main and supporting cast that they really don't need to add another character. After all, this is the first we've seen of John, June, Charlie and Sarah in three weeks, the first of Dwight in two, we went without Morgan, Alicia, Strand and Al this week, Grace and Daniel haven't been around in two weeks, and Wendell hasn't been around since this half of the season started.