After a pretty intense and explosive midseason premiere last week, fans will get to see a comparatively "lighter" episode of The Walking Dead season 6 when its 10th episode airs this Sunday.

Official synopsis for TWD season 6 episode 10 titled The Next World states: A seemingly simple scavenging run proves to be very tricky when our group isn't the only one vying for an unexpected supply goldmine.

The main plot of the upcoming episode revolves around Rick and Daryl who are on a supply run. As per actor Andrew Lincoln (who plays Rick), fans will get to see a "different side" to both these guys during this upcoming reunion road trip of sorts.

"In any other situation, I would be arresting this motherf**ker," Lincoln joked while talking to Entertainment Weekly about his character's on-screen relationship with Daryl. "And these guys are stuck together. And that was the fun of this episode — you see a completely different side of both of these guys. It was different and strange and it will be a little bit unsettling for the audience, but it is much lighter episode — remarkably considering the episode before it is hardcore. But I think it was great to play."

The Walking Dead season 6 episode 10 airs this Sunday (21 February) at 9pm ET on AMC. Click here to watch it online via live stream.

Meanwhile, The Spoiling Dead Fans Facebook page has posted some key details about this week's episode. Here are the two major developments that take place in The Next World.

Warning: Spoilers ahead

The episode will mark the debut of a popular character from the TWD comics — Jesus — on the show. "Jesus literally bumps into Rick and Daryl at a gas station (he pretends to run from walkers to bump into Rick and steal the truck keys)."

There's a subplot with Michonne and Spencer as well as Carl and Enid roaming through the woods. Not much happens during the Carl and Enid part. They find a walker Carl doesn't want to kill but it isn't revealed who it is. Later, Michonne and Spencer find the same walker — lured into their direction by Carl — and it turns out to be a zombified Deanna. Spencer kills her and finds closure.