This week’s episode opens with a flashback to Lori talking about her marriage with a colleague on the playground, which is just infuriating. NO FLASHBACKS! If we’re going to be stuck in an endless nightmare of ambulatory rotting flesh, then let us be stuck in an endless nightmare of ambulatory rotting flesh. Jumping around back and forth through time just feels like a cheat. I know that this particular scene was just supposed to remind us that Grimes got shot and that it was hard for Lori and Carl, because now Carl has been shot and it’s going to be hard for Lori and Grimes, and so the writers are doing what is called “show don’t tell,” except all of the characters will do plenty of telling throughout the episode so what is even the big deal about showing. If I had a shotgun for every time someone said to Grimes, “Remember when you got shot and were in the hospital,” I would have, like, four shotguns. That’s so many shotguns! You don’t need that many. Give one to Andrea. Anyway, Shane pulls up to the playground and tells Lori that Grimes has been shot (so really I guess this scene is show AND tell) and then she goes and tells Carl, who makes Carl Faces all over the place, and I’m not entirely sure what we’re supposed to be feeling in this scene because on the one hand it’s all about to get way worse when the world turns to shit and also we know that Grimes survives but we also know that Shane tries to rape Lori in the CDC, I mean, there’s a whole future of terrible decisions about to be made, but even more importantly: nothing new happens. Like, we spent all last season dealing with Grimes being shot and Lori and Shane fucking in the woods and Carl making faces. It took 100 hours and we did it. So who is this flashback for? (It’s also not pegged to anything. Like, we don’t see anyone remembering this. It is basically God’s Flashback. And it’s boring.) I never thought I would say this, but can we please just get back to the endless Zombie Wasteland please?

Grimes is running through the field with Carl flopping in his arms like one of those dancing inflatable floppy armed things that you see on the roofs of car washes or whatever, but if it has been filled with potatoes for some reason. That is what Carl looks like.

You know when people get injured and someone always says not to move them because they could have some kind of spinal injury that will only get worse if they’re moved improperly? I feel like there’s got to be some kind of middle-ground between “don’t move him” and “run with him as hard as you can through some lumpy wheat field with his body all flopping around like a pile of fish.” Yikes. I hope that Grimes is just grinding bullet fragments into Carl’s major organs and also spine and also face. (No offense to Carl. I’m sure he’s a decent kid. I’m just saying, we spent all of last week walking through some old woods, it’s time to pick up the narrative pace.) Meanwhile, Shane is bringing up the rear with the fat dude who shot Carl, who is so fat that he can’t even run very well! I have a feeling this is the only time we will ever see him running, and that the only reason they are making such a point of him having trouble keeping up is just to be very realistic about what it is like for people with slower metabolism when they are unexpectedly forced into exercising. “Wait, I need to stretch first!” Grimes pulls ahead and runs towards a beautiful farm house that is seriously just such a nice farm house. A woman with binoculars sees him coming and shouts for her dad and a whole gang of people come pouring out onto the porch (which is just beautiful, you’ve got to see this farmhouse, I’m telling you) and now they are helping Grimes inside and the old man is asking for his “full kit” because he is a doctor (although something tells me he’s not a real doctor because he doesn’t say “STAT!”) and they lay Carl out on a bed and proceed to save his life. Maybe. They tell Grimes to give them some space, so he goes back out onto the porch and wipes blood all over his face. Shane cleans him up with an old rag. (PRO-TIP: When the world is consumed by the Rage Virus, always carry extra rags around in case you need to wipe blood off your friend’s face because his son got shot trying to pet a fucking deer.)

The doctor explains that the bullet was slowed down by the deer, which saved Carl’s life, but that the bullet didn’t go through clean, and is broken up into six pieces inside Carl’s body. Wait, is that actually better than the bullet going through clean? I don’t know a lot about shooting little boys with bullets, but it seems like there are a few scenarios in which a bullet just passing clear through someone’s body might actually be better than having bullet shards all over the place? Shoot. I knew I should have paid more attention in my prerequisite Shooting Children class in college. Grimes starts freaking out because Lori doesn’t know. We see Lori still in the woods (good grief) and she’s nervous because they all heard a single gunshot. This leads to all of them having some Therapeutic Jam Sesh. Ugh. ENOUGH WITH THE WOODS AND THE EMOTIONS. Daryl is like “enough with the woods and the emotions.”

Back at the traffic jam, Dale is stripping all of the cars for spare parts and T-Dog is dying from “blood poisoning.” Uh oh. T-Dog talks about how everyone has left them behind because they’re the weakest members of the group, which, considering the fact that one of you is 70 and the other one is dying from blood poisoning, you might not be totally off the mark, but then he says that they should just leave everyone behind, which WOULD be kind of hilarious. If the show just abandoned Grimes and Carl and Lori and everyone and was just about a 70 year old man driving a dead corpse full of blood poisoning around Zombie Town in a clunky RV. Good show. 10 more seasons. Watch it in syndication on TBS Very Funny. Dale is like, “We need to find you some antibiotics. It’s so weird that there weren’t any in any of these cars,” and T-Dog is like, “good point,” I guess because of all the blood poisoning because actually, NO, NOT GOOD point. Like it would be totally nice if there were antibiotics in the cars, but it’s not WEIRD that there aren’t any. It’s a bunch of people fleeing for their lives in sheer panic. What are you even TALKING ABOUT, Dale? (And by Dale I mean THE WRITERS OF THE WALKING DEAD.)

Carl screams a lot and then passes out. Go to bed, Carl. Or heaven. Grimes wants to go find Lori and tell her about how their son was shot. Shane says that if Grimes tries to leave Carl unattended, he will break both his legs. DO IT! Again, that is a show I would definitely love to see. Grimes says that it should be him in there, which is kind of trite, but also makes no sense. Like, how? You mean you should have been the one trying to PET A DEER? They need to go to FEMA High School and get some supplies, and Grimes wants to do this to. Fucking sit the fuck down, Grimes. I feel like this show is very confused about what a hero is? Grimes can be a hero without volunteering to do every single goddamned thing. It’s exhausting. Take a breather, Grimes. One of the ladies from the house leaves to find Lori. Shane and the dude who shot Carl leave to get medical supplies. Grimes gives him his gun.

Wait, why? The dude puts Grimes’s gun in the back of his truck and then pulls out his shotgun. So clearly he’s got enough guns? There is literally not a single reason for Grimes to give him his gun other than that it’s going to turn out that his gun saves the guy’s life OR it turns out that he needs a gun and doesn’t have one because he gave it away for no reason. It’s called minor plot point, and it’s terrible.

A zombie attacks Andrea in the woods. Hahaha. She literally thinks she’s talking to the zombie at one point and then she is like WHOOPS! Get her, zombie! Eat her! She starts screaming and the gang is a million miles away. Andrea wake up! How far away did you stray? Just lost in your endless complaints about how you wish you had a gun and also your sister died that one time. Everyone’s sister is dead, you idiot. She falls down on the ground and is trying to kick the zombie in the face, which is a pretty solid technique, I’m sure, and then a horse comes riding up with a baseball bat and it’s a lady from the farm. She hits the zombie in the head and tells Lori to come with her and tells the rest of the boys where to find the farm. Daryl is not happy about it. “You can’t just go with her, we don’t know this lady.” Haha. I’m sure some strange woman in her 20s just rode a horse out of the forest to kidnap Lori and break up the group. Safety first! That is what Daryl says! They all head back to the road. Dale asks Andrea if she’s OK and she gives him the dirtiest look. Why? He’s just asking a nice question you stupid asshole. They find out T-Dog has blood poisoning and that there aren’t even any rolling pharmacies in the traffic jam if you can even believe it, except there is one rolling pharmacy and it is called Daryl’s motorcycle. He pulls out a ziplock bag of drugs (including some of Heisenberg’s famous blue meth) and gives T-Dog the antibiotics.

Haha. Right. You know how it is when you love to take methamphetamine and also ecstasy but you are worried that you might also get strep throat? It’s almost too normal for someone to have some antibiotics in their bag of drugs. Now I see what Dale was so frustrated about.

Back at the farmhouse, the doctor tells Grimes that this whole Zombie thing is just nature correcting itself. He is actually quite cheerful and optimistic about it in a way that is both surprising and doesn’t seem to match up with the part where he JUST said that his wife and stepson are zombies now. He’s like “Don’t even sweat it, Grimes!” Grimes is doubtful. Then Lori and the lady drive up on their horse. She is very upset, which is fair.

Grimes gives more blood. Lori asks the doctor how many times he’s done this surgery and this is when we learn that he’s just a veterinarian and Lori is so mad and Grimes falls off his chair. I am also mad and I am also falling out of my chair. Here is why: WHO CARES? Like, OK, if it comes time to perform the surgery and the doctor is like “Hand me my horse scissors, we’re going to fill him up with rabbit teeth!” then OK, it is a problem. But something tells me that whether or not Carl lives or dies is going to be entirely dependent on whether or not Shane and that fat guy can get back in time with the medical supplies. Or, some other complication that has nothing to do with whether the doctor is a human doctor or an animal doctor. On top of that, it’s the middle of nowhere in the midst of a Zombie Apocalypse, so ANYONE with a meaningful understanding of anatomy and biology is already a pretty lucky turn of events. Having him be a veterinarian is such a boring thing to have him be. “Oh my God, can you believe he’s just a veterinarian performing surgery on a human boy?”! Uh, you mean as compared to whether or not I can believe that the world is crawling with monsters and the CDC has a self destruct button? Yeah, I can believe it.

Time is running out for Shane to come back with the medical supplies and AGAIN, Grimes wants to go and find him. Ugh, GRIMES! Doesn’t the doctor have any bear tranquilizers or anything that we can pump into Grimes’s neck and make him lie down. Lori says that he’s not allowed to leave because she needs him there with her and Carl, which is already 10 times more explanation than anyone should have to give in this situation. The conversation should be more like this:

Grimes: I’m going to find Shane.
Everyone: Shut up, Grimes.

Meanwhile, Shane and the fat guy are hanging out in the FEMA High School parking lot, just smoking Parliament Lights and talking about Skrillex or whatever when UH OH, Zombie party.

Haha, that is so many zombies. They need to get to the medical trailer on the other side of the zombies. Don’t you hate that? It seems like they never put the medical trailer on this side of the zombies, they always put it on the other side of the zombies. Shane creates a diversion with some road flares and they run inside the trailer. OK. That was easy enough. Their shoving stuff into backpacks and the fat guy finds a new inhaler or something. (Way to go, nerd!) They open the door to make their escape and YOOOPS all the zombies are ON THE CASE. This would be a great time for some Benny Hill music.

Shane and the fat guy run this way and that way and finally shoot out some windows and lock themselves behind a cage, but apparently there are only two feet of space between the wall and the cage? Seems like a weird place to put windows and a cage, just a tiny dead end cement alcove. But fair enough. You hide from the zombies with the dead end cement alcove you have, hindsight is zombies/zombies, etc. “Call the architect, see if he’s still alive and what he was thinking.”

There is a close up of the tiny bolt keeping the cage locked jiggling in its placement and we are supposed to think that this might be the end of Shane and the fat guy but the truth is this thin metal cage will totally collapse under the crushing weight of all the zombies anyways, so who cares about the stupid bolt lock, and in the preview for next week we see Shane and the fat guy running around the gymnasium, so it’s fine. Oh well.

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  1. I think one reason why there is so much speechifying/talking is that the producers know they only have a limited wad of cash for zombies. The budgets were cut this season, am I right? So they have to use their zombies sparingly and thus leave us with 90 percent of the show consisting of ridiculous monologues, shouting matches, and nonsensical flashbacks.

    • I don’t know..I mean, I feel I am a pretty perceptive guy and all, but if AMC wanted to balance out the budget cuts by using the same group of zombies in different scenes, in order to give the illusion of hordes of zombies everywhere oh my god there are so many zombies wow that’s a lot of zombies, I doubt I’d notice.

    • Did the budget cuts also limit the amount of reasonable normal human reactions and dialogue?

      This should have been an animated show I think everyone is realizing.

  2. so despite all of the feelings sharing going on all the time, we really still only know t-dog as “t-dog?” i mean… reeeeeeeeeeeeally? #thatsracist

  3. I think my biggest problem with this show, and there are a LOT of biggest problems, is everyone whispering instead of speaking at normal, audible levels.Combine that with the goofy accents and I can’t understand a fucking word that anyone is saying.


  4. Ug! I was SO MAD at this show this week because of the veterinarian thing. Lori! Girl! I know you are all angsty, but finding anyone with any first aid training in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, in a fairly zombie-free, defensible place, is pretty much like winning all of the lotteries! Stop being so mad about winning the lotteries, Lori!!

    • Not to mention that, while the fact that he is a vet might make saving “Carl” difficult, it is balanced out by doc’s X Ray vision; did you see how he knew that the bullet had broken into six pieces with only a stethoscope?? Wicked cool vision, doctor.

    • The worst was how they were discussing what makes him a “sort of” or “kind of” (or however they phrased it) doctor and she misunderstood “vet” as veteran. Does Lori have some kind of severe learning disability? Or do they not know what a veterinarian is in Georgia? Grimes, 99% of all women are dead, but you can do better than this dummy.

      • Haha I thought the same thing!!! If he said “I’m a vet” just out of the blue, I can understand if she thought he meant veteran, but when he’s discussing surgery, it’s pretty obvious he means veterinarian. It reminded me of Ali G’s interview with the veterinarian/veteran…”Why was there so many sick animals in Vietnam?” Haha if you haven’t seen it, here’s the link, classic segment!

  5. So now they’re completely abandoning any of the plot from the comics? Awesome.

    • This whole farm sequence happened, did it not? This is actually the first episode where I went “ooooh recognizable characters”

      • The farm scene did happen; I forgot about that. However; The CDC? The Hispanic gang from last season? T – DOGG?! There’s so much good material to work from and yet we keep getting new characters and plot points that continue to send this show off the rails. Also, why the hell have we not seen Michone yet?! She’s the best!

        • i’m going to mention a spoiler in this post, heads up, but didn’t shane die before the farm in the comics? do we really need to drag out the rick/shane conflict? can’t we just go ahead and kill him and maybe every other character and i don’t remember andrea being the worst in the comics but she is such the worst

          the walking dead isn’t a favorite series of mine but it deserves a lot better than this show

        • The CDC and hispanic gang were the worst. I wanted to quit after hispanic gang.

          Michone shows up after the farm at some point with Tyrese, because both were involved in the Prison sequence.


          Shane died a long long time ago, but dude probably signed a contract that will keep him around longer. Hopefully he goes soon. Hopefully all these ridiculous terrible characters die at once. Honestly, I hate every actor on this show except whoever plays Glenn, and probably because he gets no screen time. Every time I finish an episode I think “You know, instead of watching this, I could have been watching season 2 of Pet Nutz”

        • I need to find a way to start acting in time to be cast a Michonne. So this will involve a time machine. Anyone who can help with this (time machine owners, acting coaches), please advise.

        • So what you really meant was “So almost from the very beginning they completely abandoned any of the plot from the comics?”

  6. So far I have only read the first paragraph and already my mind is blown to smithereens. “No flashbacks?” No jumping around back and forth through time? Seriously, guy who thought LOST was a terrific show?

    The hypocrisy here is as limitless as it is predictable.

    • Maybe if the flashback actually served any purpose other than showcasing more Carl-face

    • What works conceptually for one show does not necessarily work for another.

      (Granted, I never watched Lost so maybe the time jumps didn’t work there either but… yeah, you get it.)

    • I never watched LOST, but maybe “guy who thought LOST was a terrific show’ (and I thought T-Dog was an awful nickname!) sees no problem with flashbacks in that show because they were more of the norm in that show? Or that maybe they served a more specific purpose in the narrative of that show than they do here? Were more representative of the overall tone of the show? I’m Ron Burgandy?

      • nope, the flashbacks in LOST were used to create a lot of nonsense and fake story. it was garbage

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        • i watched 1/2 of the Lost pilot, so out of everyone, i am the most qualified to agree with you

        • The flashbacks in LOST served to create a dichotomy between the characters lives pre-crash and post-crash, and what that means for the continued development of their character. Granted in later seasons there was many a ‘filler’ episode (as with any serialized drama) but when it worked it worked very well. ‘Walkabout’ is still one of my favorite television episodes ever.

          Here it wasn’t used for any interesting purpose and we learned nothing new and nothing important. (Shane told Lori Grimes was shot. Lori had to tell Carl Grimes was shot. Carl went like this: -_-)

          Also ‘fake story’ is a little redundant

    • Considering how often you use the word “hypocrisy”, perhaps it would serve you to look up the definition, so that you can stop using it incorrectly.

    • I love how “differing and arguably inconsistent opinions about two nerd TV shows” is the epitome of (“limitless”) hypocrisy.

      Pro tip, Steve: sticking it to The Man is not very impressive when your idea of “The Man” is Gabe.

  7. You guys! T-Dog has finally ended our national suffering and revealed his Christian name: Theodore Douglas!

    Will no one think of Theodore? I have seen this mentioned exactly NOWHERE!

  8. Gabe, not to split hairs but dude found an intubator not an inhaler.

  9. My Breaking Bad math may be a bit fuzzy but there’s gotta be $5000-$10000 worth of meth in that bag. I wonder if Daryl used to work for Gus.

  10. So far both episodes have dealt almost exclusively with the children being in danger moving events forward and I really wish they would let the children get eaten by zombies already

  11. I totally know one of the zombies in the zombie partay, he found himself last night based on the plaid shirt he was wearing, and how you can plainly see the strap around his head attached to the zombie mask they had him wear. #hollywoodGA

  12. Also important: the fat dude in this episode of walking dead is the same guy who played Mose Manual (sp?) in Deadwood. He’s so fat. How fat is he? He is so fat that when he is shot by the henchmen of Francais Wolcott and Cy Toliver, the fatness in his fat body prevents the bullets from killing him, and he eventually recuperates and repents from his ornery old ways to become a gentle giant guardian of the school house and put upon friend of Calamity Jane.

  13. I didn’t get a chance to watch this episode yet, but did they just forget about the little girl lost in the woods? Are we ditching her for Carl now? Why can’t they just complete one child in peril story before jumping to the next one?

    • It was also odd how in last episode the mother was a walking panic attack, but in this one when it was still daylight she was like, “Should we pack it in for the day? We’ll look again tomorrow, I guess.” The show can’t carry a consistent tone to save its life.

    • I’m wishing that little girl comes back as a Zombie and eats everybody. Or comes back not as a Zombie but still eats everybody, because she’s pissed off that the plot moved on to the other little kid on the show.

      • Also, if she’s still alive, how the hell did she manage to get so lost?! I can’t say I’d be too great at finding my way back through the woods, but I don’t understand how they haven’t run into her yet, let alone find any trace of her.

  14. One of the more ridiculous plot lines is really not about reuniting Lori and Grimes. Shane was OBVIOUSLY only screwing Lori because she was the closest thing to Grimes there was. Those two boys are so in love with each other they are definitely paving the way for gay marriage in the post-apocalyptic world. I mean they put their faces together… millimeters…not even inches… apart, and when the Dr./Vet opened the door they jumped up like they’d been caught felching. There has to be a gay fan fiction web page where I can spend weeks.

  15. I have a complaint! The transitions from show to show are very bad. The way the writers attempt to write in cliffhangers saps all possible drama or suspense from potentially tense situations. I think the problem is that the suspense-resolution formula is always cut in half by separate eps. I wish they would fix this.

  16. It bothered me how fat the fat guy was, and he was running (twice!) What next, he has to audition for Chippendales? Also – how come he is so fat, a month after the Zombie Apocalypse? There’s that many deer left that he hasn’t shed a few pounds by now?

    Also – how come none of the zombies are fat? Am I the only one who notices this? Not to besmirch the Good People of Atlanta, but I’ve been there and there are fat people there…just like everywhere else.

    I really wanted Gramps and T-Dog to drive off together in the RV – I can smell spin-off! Maybe pick up a saucy orangutan along the way, and roll down the highway for some zombie-related misadventures.

    The mother is the worse. If I were Country Vet, I’d say “Ok, fine, you do the surgery then. Now, get off my lawn!”

    As of this episode, I’m cheering for the zombies.

    • Mebbe he was REALLY fat before. A month into the Zombie apocalypse and he’s lost 50lbs but you can’t even tell he was so fat. He should start taking some of that redneck’s Heisenberg meth.

  17. Not only did Grimes give the fat guy a gun for absolutely no reason, fat guy then put the gun in the back of his truck (!!!) and then takes his hunting rifle (the one he shot Carl with) into the cabin with him. And Shane, of course, looks at him like “why are you bringing the rifle you shot Carl with? WHY IS IT NOT IN THE BOTTOM OF A LAKE FOR THE CRIME IT HAS COMMITTED?” and fat guy says, “It’s the only gun I have.”

    WE LITERALLY JUST WATCHED SOMEONE GIVE YOU ANOTHER GUN. AHHHHksldjfsudyferfhnjdfvhuo;dfbyhsrduth;e;rohgdgbdfjgksdf.

    Also, when Lori, Daryl, etc. (ughhh I am learning their names) got back to the RV and then proceeded to recount everything we had watched up until that point, to remind us of the first ten minutes of the show? UGHHHHHHHHHH.

    What’s the over/under on us ever hearing Sophia mentioned ever again?

    Daryl: “Woah woah woah! You can’t just get on that horse!”
    Me, in my house: “Why am I watching a show where this is even a thing that is said.”

    • That gun scene made NO SENSE to me. Is that really what happened? I thought I missed something, like he was referring to a gun he gave Shane or something. I don’t know, I mean, what was that scene? Why did he throw a gun into the back of the truck in the first place. What the hell was that?!

      • I actually rewound it and rewatched it because I could not fucking believe that was really what was happening.

        Also he told Grimes he would bring back the gun in the same condition he received it or something? Good, because Grimes was really worried you would get his gun dirty?

        • “I mean…I’m not even going to use it. I’m just going to throw it in this truck here. Look! There, I threw it in the back of the truck. ‘Just like new’ I’ll say when I bring it back. Ha, can I borrow another gun though? I don’t have any guns.”


  19. By the way, this is Lori, always:

  20. Thanks, Gabe, for recapping how Shane and Fatty got past the zombie at FEMA H.S. Time Warner cable in Brooklyn decided to run some promos for other show as soon as Shane popped the trunk of the cop car open. The show returned 1 minute later and they were already inside the trailer. This whole program makes sense now.

  21. Another review pointed out the other thing that made me twitch! When Rick and the vet were having their little heart-to-heart and the vet was all, “Oh, people are just overreacting. Remember when AIDS happened? NO BIGGIE.”

    I think now, in the light of day and sobriety he was referring to how AIDS isn’t easily transmitted and a lot of people were overly concerned with transmission risk when AIDS first became news, but at the time, I definitely screamed at my TV, “THEY DIDN’T FIX AIDS.”

    • My first reaction was that since we’re in the (not too distant) future they were implying that they had found a cure sometime between now and the show’s present time. Looking back, you’re probably right, the writers were just wrong.

  22. GABE! How dare you drop that spoiler about HORSE SCISSORS! Everyone knows that in issue 50 of Walking Dead, Grimes finds a killer pair of horse scissors and saves his entire family from a zombie party!

  23. I’m cheering for the Zombies, but there is one human who isn’t the worst: Daryl. How did that happen Walking Dead?? He is literally driving around a motorcycle with the SS logo on it and he’s still easily more likable than anyone else. When he yelled at angry blondie and useless mom I wanted to cheer.

    Also I’m surprised Gabe didn’t use his ‘ACTING’ caption for Lori’s reaction to seeing “Carl”. Bring back those Lost classics, this show deserves it.

  24. I had a real problem with the conversation between Sophia’s mom and Andrea. Sophia’s mom says something like “I just keep hoping and praying she [Sophia] doesn’t wind up like Amy.” She says this to Andrea’s face. I’m no fan of Andrea, but come on Sophia’s mom (writers). By “wind up like Amy” did you mean, “become a zombie?” You could even say walker? Or grinders (remember how you made that happen for one episode)?

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  26. Oh that fucking flashback where she just goes on and on about how perfect the hero of the show is and how terrible she is about it as if we needed another reason to hate her before we got to the ‘veteran?’ scene. Then she hears that her husband was shot and is being operated on and NO TEARS. 10 seconds later: Ok, I’ve recovered. Time to tell the kid with the faces, brb.’

  27. “Haha. Right. You know how it is when you love to take methamphetamine and also ecstasy but you are worried that you might also get strep throat?”

    This is why I love VGum.

  28. How about the fact that when jake and the fat man get to FEMA High they walk right next to an ambulance with the back door wide open. They dont even think of checking it out? Every ambulance I know has every fuking possible piece of equipment to save a person’s life. I’m sure the keys were inside. Imagine the size of grimes boner if he stumbled out to see shane driving an ambulance down the dirt road of that beautiful farm house!

    No instead let’s throw light sticks in the air and get trapped in a random steel cage

    • And why didn’t they bring any of those sticks with them into the trailer?! I thought that was so ridiculous that they just planned book it out of there once they got their supplies. “Should we bring more sticks to distract zombies later on? Nah, they’ll probably be investigating the other ones for hours, we’ll be good.”

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