Merle interrogates Glenn in a room, tied to a chair. He lets him have it about leaving being left on that rooftop in Atlanta. “T. Dog, the big ol’ spear chucker.” What do you expect from a raging racist like Merle? “I hope he went slow.” He wants to know where his brother is, where the sheriff is. Glenn delivers a head butt and Merle punches him several times. Merle is surprised at how tough Glenn has become. Glen claims the group will come looking for him soon and that Andrea is with the group. “Really? Is that right?” Uh oh.
Michonne and Rick eye each other through the fence. The walkers next to her realize she’s fresh meat so she has to fight while they watch from behind the gates. Carl wants to help. Her wounded leg gets to her and she falls to the ground, passing out. Rick opens the gate and Carl grabs the baby food. Herschel asks if she’s been bit. Very important question these days. Rick carries her in and pours water on her.
Daryl enters and wants to know who she is. She won’t answer, cautious as always. Rick takes her sword and assures her she’ll be safe. Daryl has something to show them, so they lock her in the room and he takes them to Carol. She sees the baby and realizes that Lori didn’t make it. Michonne watches the reunion curiously. She’s gauging them as well. Michonne tells Rick what happened about to the pretty girl and the Asian guy. She tells them about Woodbury and the Governor. A Jim Jones type. That’s how I see him!
Herschel stitches up her wounds and she thanks him, while the group discusses going to Woodbury. It’s on. Rick, Daryl, Michonne and Oscar load the car. Michonne is impressed that they were able to clear the prison. It’s awesome to hear more from her.
Rick and Carl have a moment about Lori. “Take care of your sister.” Carl has an idea for her name. His third grade teacher’s name was Judith, so Judith she will be. The group heads to Woodbury.
Governor brings Andrea to the lab. Music is playing as the Milton feeds an elderly, frail man lying in a hospital bed. Mr. Coleman is introduced. Gov thanks Coleman for his service and leaves. Milton begins questioning the old man about his life by holding up pictures. The man can barely speak so he raises his hand in affirmations to the questions. Andrea has no clue what’s happening, but continues to watch. Milton tells her that the man will pass soon and they’ll wait for him to reanimate. Mr. Coleman has prostate cancer and volunteered to be a test subject. Milton is hoping to reach his unconscious mind. Andrea said there is none. He’s never seen the process. They lock the old man down when he stops breathing. Walker Coleman reanimates. Milton tries the conscious testing; the music, the pictures, etc. Andrea tells him it’s not going to work, but he doesn’t believe her and goes to undo the restraints as Coleman moves about. Andrea stabs Walker Coleman in the head.
Merle drags in a walker so Glenn will know how he felt on that roof. Where is the camp? Glenn won’t answer so evil ass Merle lets the walker free on him. Glenn fights back with the chair still strapped to his back. He breaks the chair against the wall and kills the walker with a piece of it. Go Glenn!
Gov goes to talk to Maggie. He cuts the tape from her wrists. Nice move to gain her trust. He asks if may sit down. What a transparent slime ball. He offers to take her to her people. Pulls the same story he did on the helicopter pilot of bringing her people there for safety. She’s not buying it. He asks, then he orders her to stand up. No, she won’t take off her shirt. Do it, or Glenn’s hand will be presented to her. She complies, bra too, then covers her breasts with her hands. Sick Gov takes off his belt holster and approaches her. He touches her hair then slams her on the table. “Do whatever you’re going to do, then go to hell.” He backs away from her.
The group arrives a few miles from Woodbury. They unload and head off on foot into the woods. A growing herd of walkers approaches. They find a cabin and run in. The walkers surround the place. There’s a living man in there, under a blanket, with a shotgun. Rick tries to calm him down, but this guy is too far gone. He freaks and heads for the door. Michonne takes care of that problem. Daryl and Rick toss the man out to the hungry walkers and the group escapes out of the rear door while they feast on cabin boy.
Merle returns to Glenn with the Gov, another thug and a topless Maggie. He’s done with games and asks where the prison is, again, with a gun to Glenn’s head. They can’t believe the group cleared the over run prison. They know that group is going to come looking for these two.
Back at Gov’s room, he looks at Merle and says his brother has done something Merle said couldn’t be done. Blood is blood. Where does Merle’s loyalty lie? It lies with the Governor.
At the same time, Team Prison reaches the perimeter of Woodbury.
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