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The scene where Gareth forced Bob to watch while the leader of Terminus devoured his left leg might be one of the most gruesome scenes yet of the "The Walking Dead."

Towards the end of the second episode, Bob is captured by the television equivalent of The Hunters from the comic books, and as Bob watches, the Terminus gang enjoys the meat they have been barbequing. The meat turns out to be from Bob's leg, and Gareth is heard appreciating the meat.

"If it makes you feel any better, you taste much better than we thought you would," Gareth says.

If Twitter chatter is any indication, this shocking scene from "Strangers" has garnered a lot of positive reactions from fans, who have made #BobBQ a trending topic on the microblogging site. And this scene has even garnered a lot of funny reactions for fans.

"Need some Bob sauce with that Bob-B-Q #BobBQ," wrote one fan, while another added. "How rude to eat Bob right in front of Bob and not offer him a piece of Bob. #BobBQ - #TheWalkingDead."

If the show follows the storyline of the comic books, then a twist is expected in the upcoming episode, as it will be revealed that Bob's is tainted meat.

It appears that Bob was bitten during the gang's encounter with the walkers, when Rick and gang heads out to recover food from the flooded basement of the food bank. Although Sasha comes to Bob's help and smashes off the zombie's face, Bob's behaviour since then has sparked speculation that he might have been bitten.

For instance, Bob takes a disturbed look at the walker before leaving the food bank, and later, he leaves the group to go cry outside Father Gabriel's church.

AMC hasn't revealed much about the plot of the upcoming episode, which is titled"Four Walls and a Roof," other than to say, "Rick and the others find themselves pitted against a group of nasty people." And based on the second episode, the nasty people appears to be Gareth and gang.

A video preview shown after episode two show Rick's and his mates standing outside Father Gabriel's church, while Maggie proclaims that "someone's watching us."