Rick and Hershal were planning on how to survive a walker invasion at the farm but they never thought about what to do if everyone had to leave the farm in a panic. Where to meet up, pack supplies in the vehicles if they had to split in a hurry...
Rick finally reveals what the CDC scientist whispered to him-everyone is infected. ( I think it was JellyBean Jay that called that one.
) Carol gets all bent out of shape with him 'cause he didn't reveal the secret. Rick couldn't have known if the CDC guy was correct or if perhaps he had gone mad. Carol wants to leave the group with Daryl and tells him they should leave the group. Crud!
Daryl is the man and speaks up for Rick. Yay! Gotta love Daryl.
I'm glad when there simply nothing left to do everyone decided to leave the farm and hope against hope that the others would make it out alive. And most did.
What the he!! They left Andrea behind!
Lori should have been pushed out of the truck and leave her for walker food. I'm sick and tired of her not keeping up with her SON!!!! Then when Rick tells her-and everyone else- how it all went down with Shane she gets her panties in a wad and berates Rick?! She's the one who goaded him to 'take care' of Shane! Make up your pointed little mind, Lori!
The helicopter. We have seen the helicopter a couple of times. Is it always heading to or flying over Atlanta? Who's flying it? (The father and son that Rick first met outside Atlanta-didn't the man tell Rick that his son was in the armed forces and learning to fly helicopters? Could it be the son who keeps going over the area hoping to find some sign of his father and brother?)
The hooded woman who saves Andrea. Is she a character from the graphic novels? Is she a good guy or a bad guy?
The prison we see in the last few minutes of the show. I had mentioned that a prison (not a jail) would be a good place to wait out the winter and have Lori have her baby. A prison would be out in the boonies, hopefully abandoned, but would keep the walkers and bad people out. High fences, gates, and cells. Watch towers, lots of weapons and ammunition. Lots of supplies-food, clothes, generators etc. A kitchen, a hospital with meds and medical supplies and a laundry. A self-contained, small city to live in for a good amount of time. Can they get to it in time and without running into the rogue group?
It was a good episode and I look forward to the next season but...was it sort of anti-climatic? I sort of felt let down.