Rick hunts Officer Bob Lamson down and hits him with the police car since he does not stop running. He is badly injured and Rick is forced to kill him. Meanwhile Father Gabriel is chased by a horde of walkers and forces Michonne and Carl to open the front door of the church compromising the place. However they flee from the church with Judith and trap the walkers inside the place. Out of the blue, Abraham's group returns and protects them. In Atlanta, Officers Shepherd and Licari agree to help Rick and his group, telling that Lamson was attacked by rotters. Rick negotiates the trade of Carol and Beth per Shepherd and Licari in the hospital. Everything seems to be resolved when a tragedy happens.
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Did You Know?
The scene where Rick (Andrew Lincoln
) and Daryl (Norman Reedus
) aim their guns, there is a sign behind them that says "5th floor". This is a reference to The Boondock Saints
(1999), where Norman Reedus
' character Murphy MacManus lived in a studio apartment on the 5th floor. Their stance is also similar to the MacManus brothers in scenes from the film. See more
When Rick Grimes is negotiating with the two police officers, Tyree and Sasha are supposed to be on the roof. From their POV, they can see Rick's back, the two police officers and the walker coming up, but,
when the camera switches to the POV of either the officers or looking at Rick, you never see Tyree or Sasha. No Police officer would ever stay under visible gun sight. Tyree and Sasha they would have been east to see even before they pulled up, they'd have at a minimum jumped in their squad car and pulled back or taken cover behind the doors. See more
[Rick chases down Officer Lamson with a police car, talking to him on the police speaker
Stop. Stop right now. Stop. I won't ask again.
Sgt. Bob Lamson
[Rick revs up the police car engine at Lamson
[Rick runs down Officer Lamson from behind and gets out of the vehicle
Sgt. Bob Lamson
[Officer Lamson pants in pain
Son of a bitch. You son of a bitch. Help me. Son of a bitch. Help me. You crazy - You crazy son of a bitch. I think - I think you broke my back.
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This is the second Walking Dead episode to contain an after credits scene, and, as of Episode 4x08, the longest. See more
The Walking Dead Main Title
Written by Bear McCreary
Performed by Dominik Hauser See more