This time, it was with the young Beth Greene, who's introduced in season two and survives all sorts of bullshit in seasons three and four, just to get anticlimactically killed off in season five when she learns that stabbing an angry, gun-toting woman in the shoulder with tiny scissors is a bad apocalypse survival strategy. As soon as the episode aired, Walking Dead mourned its dead the only way people know how in the 21st Century: with a needlessly filtered Instagram photo.
"We'll never forget you or your ridiculously large belt."
That would have been fine if whatever intern is in charge of The Walking Dead's Facebook page understood the concept of time zones. The show aired on the East Coast two hours before it reached the West (one hour before central), and that touching tribute was uploaded immediately after the credits rolled. So all those Californians who idly checked their Facebook feed while waiting for the episode to reach them had it spoiled. They responded with their own photos and impact font: