“The Walking Dead” was light on drama in episode 5, but episode 6 promises to pick up with some main characters in grave danger. While this past Sunday’s Season 6 installment reunited Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Michonne (Danai Gurira) and Morgan (Lennie James) at Alexandria, there are still a handful of survivors still outside the wall. And while it doesn’t look like the mystery surrounding Glenn (Steven Yeun) will get solved in episode 6 of the AMC series, fans will certainly find out what happened to Daryl (Norman Reedus), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) and Abraham (Michael Cudlitz).

For those that don’t remember, Sasha and Abraham were driving a car ahead of the “zombie parade” to lead the walkers away from the Alexandria Safe Haven. Daryl was right alongside them on his motorcycle, helping to roundup walkers when they started to veer off the road. The goal was to lead the horde 20 miles away from their home. However, “Walking Dead” viewers are not so sure they succeeded. Rick was unable to reach the trio on his Walkie-talkie when he finally made it back to Alexandria.

Where are they? And what happened? Fans will get answers in episode 6, titled “Always Accountable.”

According to the brief synopsis, “getting back to Alexandria proves hard.” While the episode description could certainly be hinting at Glenn’s potential journey, the promo video focuses on Daryl, Sasha and Abraham. It’s revealed that Daryl somehow got separated from Sasha and Abraham. He still his motorcycle, but he’s no longer on the roads. Instead he’s walking it through the woods. Meanwhile, Sasha and Abraham are now out of the safety of their car and unable to get in touch with Daryl on the radio. The promo video teases that the two will finally reach Daryl on the Walkie-talkie -- but by then it might be too late. The sound of a walker makes it appear as if the radio goes off at an inopportune time.

A sneak peek look at episode 6 also doesn’t look too great for Daryl. Fans get a closer look at him as he slowly rolls his motorcycle through the woods.

Is he pushing the motorcycle because it ran out of gas? Or is he too injured to ride it? It could be both. The camera zooms in on blood dripping from everyone’s favorite crossbow-wielding survivor.

Only three episodes of “The Walking Dead” remain in 2015. What do you think will happen in “Always Accountable”? Tweet your thoughts to @AmandaTVScoop and catch episode 6 when it airs on AMC on Sunday, Nov. 15 at 9 p.m. EST.