Governor on quest / Looks like Snake Plissken / Bearded and shaggy.
Hershel is the hero. But at what cost?
"You're a tough sumbitch" / Daryl compliments Herschel / Southern gentlemen.
Rick finally confronts Carol. And what about Bob?
Zombies and kudzu. Which is the most pernicious? Neither ever dies.
Rick turns detective, Carol is suddenly more interesting.
Rick turns detective / Once a cop, always a cop / Who killed the sick folks?
Plus, a doomed romance and a bacon fest of sorts.
Tyreese gets lucky? Croons a Cole Porter standard. Alas! Doomed romance. . . .
Why waste thousands of words when 17 syllables will do?
Rick takes up farming. Hershel offers sage advice, "You need overalls." . . .
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