The Last Of Us episode 4 is now available on HBO and HBO GO (HBO Max in the United States) and you can find out more about our breakdown of Episode 1, Episode 2, and Episode 3.
Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann direct the series The Last Of Us, based on the critically acclaimed video game of the same name that Naughty Dog developed exclusively for PlayStation platforms. Production companies include PlayStation Productions, Word Games, Asad Qizilbash, Carter Swan, and Rose Lam.
The Last of Us is set 20 years after modern civilization was ravaged. Ellie, a 14-year-old girl, is handed over to a cruel and heartbreaking mission as they traverse the United States and depend on one another for survival.
Pedro Pascal as Joel, Bella Ramsey as Ellie, Nico Parker as Sarah, Murray Bartlett as Bill, Melanie Lynskey as Riley, Merle Dandridge as Marlene, Lamar Johnson as Henry, Graham Greene as Marlon, and Ashley Johnson and Troy Baker play the roles.
Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann, Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey, Merle Dandridge, and Gabriel Luna participated in our exclusive Malaysian interviews thanks to HBO Asia. You may also see our spoiler-free review of the entire season by clicking here.
There are more spoilers ahead:
The Intended Book of No Pun
Ellie pulls out a book titled No Pun Intended and jokes at Joel.
Ellie and Riley read a book with the same title and joke each other out loud.
Ellie Reads A Dirty Magazine
The whole thing is taken directly from the game.
Kathleen Is Not a Game Original Character
Kathleen, a brand-new character for the HBO series, appears to be a key character due to her leadership of a group of rebels in Kansas City.
Henry and Sam Make Their Appearances in the Picture
Joel and Ellie are roughly awakened by Henry and Sam encountering Henry and Sam at gunpoint at the end of the episode. Henry is played by Lamar Johnson, while Same is played by Keivonn Woodard.
Excelsior, hold on until next week!