The Walking Dead episode 21
12) Father Gabriel telling Nelson that “Fear can make us do things that bring shame…Could also push us into the light.” is likely a reference to the abandoning of his flock at the onset of the outbreak, as well as his decision to aid Rick in fighting the herd invading Alexandria in season six’s “No Way Out”.
13) Trooper Nelson tells Gabriel that people given “Designation Two” are never seen again, and the very nature of the label is shrouded in mystery, even to the troopers. This might explain why the trooper put in charge of putting Connie on the train seemed bothered by the insistence that she be put under his care with that designation.
14) Despite the intimate nature of his scene with Father Gabriel, at no point in the episode is Trooper Nelson referred to by name, instead referred to by the call sign “141”.
15) With his name being known, however, this makes him the thirty-ninth-named character to die this season and the fourteenth-named Commonwealth citizen to die.
16) After we see the runners fail to escape the forced labor camp, we cut back to the train on the route, which stops so one of the troopers can kill a walker making its way to the tracks. My question is: Why aren’t the train tracks swamped with walkers? Trains are renowned for their noise, and you’d think, especially this far into the apocalypse (Where the world would largely be silent), that one going anywhere would draw every walker from Cleveland to D.C. directly to the tracks, yet, there’s only the one hanging around.