Joe: "An ass end is still an end."
Joe: "When men like us follow the rules and cooperate a little bit, the world becomes ours."
Joe: "You leaving right now? Nope? Then that sure sounds like there's an 'us.' "
Joe: "Ain't nothing sadder than an outdoor cat thinks he's an indoor cat."
Joe: "You told the truth. He lied. You understand the rules, he doesn't."
Eugene: "I can't imagine we'd have better luck with that grocery grabber we picked up."
Daryl: "I ain't been lit at dawn since before everything fell apart."
BEST ZOMBIE KILL
I say that it was when that zombie dragged its mouth along the barbed wire like it was a candy cane, then one of those marauders jabbed it right under the chin with a bayonet. That'll teach it to act so weird.
Ooh, so many good choices this week! The one that dragged its mouth along the barbed wire was pretty good, as were all of those buried tunnel zombies, like that one with all of the holes in its chest and stomach and you could see right through it! I'll give the award to the buried zombie who couldn't reach with his arms or legs cause they were covered, and its eyes were all sooty, so it just made french kissing gestures at the air like it wanted a free sample of human meat.
Zombies: OK, AMC Story Sync said eight, but I tallied 24. I admit that my kill-counter finger might have gotten a little heavy when the cavalry started gunning down all of those tunnel zombies, but there were definitely more than eight. I'm inclined to settle on a nice round number and call it 20. Which would make 338 on the season. And if you don't like that logic, I don't care.
Humans: One. That jerk Len. I don't think anyone will be shedding any tears for that clown, hah. He was just really mean spirited for no good reason, and it wasn't like he was funny, he was just really unpleasant. And his beard was all scraggly and came out of his neck in these dumb clumps so he looked like a miserable billy goat. He was like that guy that you have to see everyday at work but you know he's just going to be annoying and you're like "Oh ... hi Len." (-_-)
Whose shoe did they find near the train tracks that made Beth cry? What book was Carl reading in the house? What book was Rick reading before those weirdos invaded the house? Who was on the other end of that radio transmission from earlier in the season? What is new with Morgan? Who kidnapped Beth? Whose grave did Daryl and Beth come across?
A look ahead to the next episode, "A"
Terminus seems a lot more ominous than the nice indie song at the end of this episode would have indicated. Lots of characters run while imposing public address announcements ring out. Rick teaches Carl and Michonne how to set a trap for bunnies.