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Episode Name:

Internment
Air date:

11/10/2013
Summary:

Assorted enemies pressure Rick and the group; the survivors and the prison may reach a breaking point.

There have been other situations in which Rick and the group decided that their best course of action with someone would be to dump them in the middle of nowhere with some supplies and let them fend for themselves. However, in the case of the kid from the second season, he was a part of a group that had fired on Rick and company, he had been an aggressor against them, and he wasn’t someone the group could trust not to betray them to his larger force of comrades (The Governor?) at the first chance he got. Abandoning that kid to the walkers--after wasting time and resources to patch him up--wasn’t the smartest choice, but it was more humane than letting him get torn apart on the fence or shooting him directly.

However, this week, Rick makes a decision without consulting the rest of the group, without the usual deliberation, and without really thinking through the consequences of his action by bringing Carol with him to scavenge, then leaving her behind. Granted, he gives her fuel, supplies, and a working vehicle, but he still dumped one of the show’s toughest characters (and one of the only characters to really make dramatic changes since her introduction) off to fend for herself. As one of the last original cast members, it’s a shame to see Carol sent off like this, especially given the logic of her arguments made to Rick throughout the episode.

Her choice to try to eliminate the pandemic threat early, while the wrong one, was reasonable given the horrible circumstances. I imagine that Rick coming back from his supply run alone will look pretty suspicious, especially if he doesn’t tell anyone what Carol did. But if Rick does tell the group what he did, and why he did it, he runs the risk of angering the council of leaders and splitting the camp into feuding factions. Rick broke with orthodox AND threw out one of the most important people in the camp, the favourite of the kids, and one of their fellow leaders.

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  1. Nov 10, 2013

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    Assorted enemies pressure Rick and the group; the survivors and the prison may reach a breaking point.

    There have been other situations in which Rick and the group decided that their best course of action with someone would be to dump them in the middle of nowhere with some supplies and let them fend for themselves. However, in the case of the kid from the second season, he was a part of a group that had fired on Rick and company, he had been an aggressor against them, and he wasn’t someone the group could trust not to betray them to his larger force of comrades (The Governor?) at the first chance he got. Abandoning that kid to the walkers-after wasting time and resources to patch him up-wasn’t the smartest choice, but it was more humane than letting him get torn apart on the fence or shooting him directly.

    However, this week, Rick makes a decision without consulting the rest of the group, without the usual deliberation, and without really thinking through the consequences of his action by bringing Carol with him to scavenge, then leaving her behind. Granted, he gives her fuel, supplies, and a working vehicle, but he still dumped one of the show’s toughest characters (and one of the only characters to really make dramatic changes since her introduction) off to fend for herself. As one of the last original cast members, it’s a shame to see Carol sent off like this, especially given the logic of her arguments made to Rick throughout the episode.

    The supply mission faces hurdles; the situation at the prison worsens.
    Rick Grimes is a former police officer who has been in a coma for several months after being shot whilst on duty. When he wakes, he discovers that the world has been taken over by Zombies, and that heseems to be the only person still alive. Having returned home to discover his wife and son missing, he heads for Atlanta to search for his family. Narrowly escaping death at the hands of the Zombies on arrival in Atlanta, he is aided by another survivor Glenn who takes Rick to a camp outside the town. There Rick finds his wife Lori and son Carl. Along with his partner and best friend Shane, he founds a small group of survivors who struggle to fend off the zombie hordes, as well as competing with other survivor groups who are prepared to do whatever it takes to survive.
    As the group faces a brand new enemy, Rick and the others must fight to protect the livelihood they worked so hard to create at the prison.
    Rick and the group are as close to an ideal life as possible at the prison. Will they be able to hold on to humanity in the face of a new evil?
    Special Effects Make-Up Designer Greg Nicotero shows off the latest zombie wizardry to come out of his shop. Catch Season 3 this fall on AMC.
    Rick and Carl make it out of the woods but find chaos on the farm, where the group has been split up and people are questioning Rick's leadership abilities. Season 2 finale.
    Someone (or something) wicked is prowling around the farm, so Rick, Shane, Daryl and Glenn set up a patrol in the area as night falls.
    When Rick and Shane agree on a pivotal decision, Dale begins to suspect a lack of humanity fostering among the group. Meanwhile, Carl's actions have an unexpected impact.
    The appearance of an outsider puts Rick and Shane at odds; Hershel's youngest daughter faces a momentous decision and Andrea steps in to help.
    Rick, Glenn and Hershel find themselves trapped and facing a battle for survival against a new army of foes, both dead and alive; Lori encounters danger on the road and Shane attempts to rescue her and return her to the farm.
    In the aftermath of a horrific discovery, Rick must restore order. Meanwhile, Hershel falls back into a bad habit and disappears, leaving Glenn and Rick to track him down in town

    Her choice to try to eliminate the pandemic threat early, while the wrong one, was reasonable given the horrible circumstances. I imagine that Rick coming back from his supply run alone will look pretty suspicious, especially if he doesn’t tell anyone what Carol did. But if Rick does tell the group what he did, and why he did it, he runs the risk of angering the council of leaders and splitting the camp into feuding factions. Rick broke with orthodox AND threw out