Lamest get well gift
Andrea brings Daryl a book called "The Case of the Missing Man" by Jimmie Herron (is that even a real book? It's not online anywhere...), which was presumably just sitting there in Dale's RV anyway.
Andrea: "Sorry I shot you in the head, here's a ratty paperback to make it all better."
Daryl: "Thanks ... for NOTHIN'!"
Best gun instructor
Shane. What can you say? He's simply the best. He sleeps with his students, he ties that log to a rope and swings it back and forth to create a moving target, he gets a ringing endorsement from Rick, he goads and badgers Andrea to help her focus and when a zombie is bearing down on her, he lets her handle it instead of babying her. He's like the John Keating of zombie apocalypse gun training.
Second place: T-Dog. When he sees Jimmy holding the gun sideways like DMX in "Exit Wounds" he's like, "Come on man, don't give me that gangster sh!t!"
The light green compact SUV that Shane and Andrea boff in. It's not very manly though. It looks like a car for that ramen-noodle-every-night-budget girl from the State Farm car insurance commercial.
Most loyal hoss
Nervous Nellie, who not only found her way home, but walked back into her stall!
That's what she said!
Shane to Andrea: "How's it feel?" Andrea: "I like the weight."
That's what she said! Well, it is what she said.
Second place: Shane. "I can be whistlin' Dixie and I always hit the target." That's what he said.Creepiest zombie
Best zombie kill
Pharmacy. Maggie and that walker get in a fight over the last bottle of muscle relaxants, and then Glenn swings a shelf at its neck, nearly decapitating it. But it's not dead yet, and Glenn finishes the job with a bunch of Gerber machete strikes! I think he was taking out some rage on it because he was hoping that maybe they could bump uglies in the parmacy again before it interrupted them.
Zombies: By my count 12 (the pharmacy kill, plus 11 during Andrea and Shane's training mission in the housing development) for a total of 44 on the season.
Humans: One, Otis. Sophia is still missing.
What did Jenner whisper to Rick? What has become of Merle Dixon, Sophia and the father-son team of Morgan and Duane Jones? Why does Hershel have all those zombies in the barn? (Answered! Because he thinks they're just sick. He probably also thinks the earth is flat and you could sail a boat off the side of the ocean.)
A look ahead to next week's episode, "Pretty Much Dead Already"
The secret about the barn being full of zombies gets out, and then Shane seems determined to take action. Hershel tells Rick that they can't stay on his farm, but Rick won't take no for an answer. Who do you think the title of the episode refers to? Maybe Sophia?