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Hello guys!  This is my first post on Roamers and Lurkers, and I thought I would start out in a big way.  I've been writing my own version of The Walking Dead TV Show where everything is translated almost exactly how it is from the comics.  I got this idea from a user on here named Chic, whose post is under the Season 3 part of the TV Show forum, if you want to look at it.  But anyways, what's the point of this?  This is basically my interpretation of how I believe the TV Show would look like if it was translated directly from the source material.  Note that I might add flashbacks, or delve from the TV Show if I think it fleshes out the comic material out more.  For example, my first episode will be A LOT like the real first episode of the TV Show.  I'm not trying to make a better product than the show, but this is just a fun little project I'm trying out.  I'll post Episode 1 below, and if you enjoy the idea, post that you do and I will update every 1-2 days with a new episode! Thanks for the read, and enjoy!

 


Season 1, Episode 1: Days Gone Bye

A police cruiser is driving down a road, and suddenly stops.  The man driving it steps out, and shuts the door behind him.  He walks out into a road littered with trash and corpses.  He looks at a handmade sign that reads, “NO GAS” which is right by the gas station.  Nonetheless, he begins to search his immediate area.  He hears a groan, and searches for the source.  He looks underneath a car, and finds two small legs walking.  The owner picks up a teddy bear, and continues to walk.  The man believes this is a living little girl, and calls out for her.  When she turns around, he sees that she is a walker.  She charges at him, and he is forced to take out his pistol and give her mercy.  He looks at her, horrified, as he puts his weapon away.

The setting changes to before the apocalypse.  The man, known as Rick Grimes, is sitting in a police cruiser with his best friend, Shane Walsh, eating burgers and fries.  Shane is joking about the differences between men and women.  Shane asks Rick how his relationship with his wife, Lori, is going.  Rick tells him that things are not going well, and they argue frequently.  Shane tries to assure Rick that it’s a phase that couples go through, but they are interrupted by a speaker.  It informs them that there are two runaway fugitives, and they need all available officers on the scene.  Shane and Rick speed off to assist in apprehending the criminals.

Shane and Rick arrive on the scene, where Officers Basset and Kendall have laid a spike strip in preparation for the criminals.  They line up their cars, and take cover behind them in preparation for the criminals’ arrival.  Suddenly, their car speeds down the road, pursued by another cop car.  It drives into the spike strip, and it violently tumbles over repeatedly.  Two criminals come out of the wreckage, and engage in a firefight with the officers.  Rick is shot, but it hits his protective vest.  The shootout ends abruptly when the criminals are gunned down.  Rick asks Shane not to tell Lori about that close encounter.  A third criminal that was uncounted comes out of the wreckage, and shoots Rick in his unprotected side.  Shane kills him, then comforts Rick.  He yells for help as he kneels next to Rick.

Rick is admitted into a hospital, and falls into a coma.  While unconscious, Shane comes in and brings him flowers.  He tells Rick a story, which Rick responds to.  However, when Rick responds, he notices that nobody is there.  He tries to call for a nurse, but there is no answer.  Rick gets up, but falls down.  It takes him a while to get up, but he finally does.  He walks into a hallway, and realizes that the hospital is long deserted.  He looks into a room, and sees a body stripped of all skin and muscle.  He looks on in horror, and goes away from there.  He comes across a cafeteria door locked close.  An inscription on it reads “Don’t Open, Dead Inside.”  The doors shake with something trying to get out, and a hand peaks out of the opening between the double doors.  Rick horridly walks away from there.  He enters a pitch dark stairway, and lights a match so he can see himself out. 

He exits the hospital from the staircase, and walks out to see dozens of dead bodies and an abandoned military outpost.  He walks down a road in search of his house.  He finds a bicycle, but finds a woman who is cut in half by it.  Despite her fatal injuries, she is still alive and tries to get to Rick.  He collapses in horror, and rides the bike away from her.

He stops at his house, and rushes in.  He calls out for his wife and son, but hear nothing.  He sees the house looted, and fears the worst.  He breaks down in tears, and tries to convince himself that it’s all a dream.  When he realizes that these events are real, he gets up and walks off.  He sees a man walking and is about to signal to him, but he is suddenly smacked in the back of the head with a shovel.  A young boy is revealed to have hit Rick, and calls for his dad.  The boy’s father shoots the walking man in the head, and tells his son, Duane, that Rick is alive.  He trains a gun on Rick, and asks what his wound is.  Before Rick can answer, he passes out. 

Rick wakes up to find himself tied to a bed.  The man is standing guard with a knife, and Duane with a wooden baseball bat.  The man once again asks Rick what his wound is, and Rick answers that his wound is a gunshot. The man pulls a knife on Rick, and warns him if he tries anything, he’ll kill him.  He cuts the restraints with the knife, and tells Rick to join them for dinner when he’s ready.  Rick sits down with the man, and questions why they’re in his neighbor’s house.  He says it was empty, so they took residence in it.  The man introduces himself as Morgan, and Rick as Rick, of course.  Rick asks Morgan why he killed the man earlier.  Morgan replies that he was a walker, which confuses Rick.  He explains that he was in a coma, and woke up to this.  Morgan explains the outbreak to a shocked Rick.  He warns Rick not to get bit, or he’ll die.  Duane claims that he saw it happen, and the conversation goes quiet. 

Later that night, Rick, Morgan, and Duane tell stories to pass time.  Suddenly, they hear a car alarm.  Morgan assures Duane that they’ll be okay, and that the walkers will leave by morning.  Suddenly, they see a female walker outside and Duane buries his head in his pillow.  Morgan tells Rick that walker was his wife, and that he couldn’t put her down.  Morgan’s former wife walks up to the door, and tries to get in unsuccessfully.

The next morning, the trio returns to Rick’s house where he collects his items.  He tells Morgan that he believes his family is still alive.  Morgan doubts this, but Rick says that they took all of their photos and family collectables.  Morgan says that’s what his wife did, and they leave to the police department to arm themselves.

They arrive, and they take a shower at the department.  Afterwards, Rick unlocks the armory to stock up.  Rick changes into his sheriff’s uniform, and the three leave to the parking lot.  Morgan and Duane thank Rick for the supply.  Morgan warns Rick to watch his ass, which Rick returns. Suddenly, a zombie tries to get in the parking lot, which is fenced.  Rick is about to put him down, but Morgan warns him to conserve his ammo.  Rick agrees, and they say their goodbyes and depart.

Morgan and Duane return to their home, and Morgan does upstairs with a hunting rifle.  He warns Duane to stay down where he is, and he shoots several walkers.  He finds his wife, and tries to put her down, but can’t find the strength.  Morgan breaks down, and apologizes to his dead wife.  Meanwhile, Rick returns to the walker he encountered where the bicycle was.  He apologizes that she had to be like that, and he shoots her in the head.  He gets back into his police cruiser, and he drives to Atlanta.

 


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Thank you to everyone who looked at my pilot episode for this.  I plan on uploading everyday for the rest of Season 1.  I'm planning on having most seasons run for about 2 comic book volumes, so expect 12 episodes for this season.  Some might be longer than that or shorter, but this season WILL have 12.  I will upload episode 2 later on today.  Make sure to leave feedback, and thanks for looking at it!


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                                                                               Season 1, Episode 2 (The Search):

 

En route to Atlanta on Highway 85, Rick sends out a broadcast on his cruiser's CB radio.

Rick's cruiser runs out of fuel, so he abandons his car on the highway and heads out on foot with a gas can, making sure to grab the Grimes family photo he keeps above his rear-view mirror and stashing it in his jacket pocket. He approaches a farmhouse looking for gas, where he makes the grisly discovery that a man has shot his wife and committed suicide. 'GOD FORGIVE US' is written in blood on the wall.

Rick tries to locate the keys of the pick-up truck parked in their driveway, but finds a horse on their property instead. He saddles up and rides the rest of the way to Atlanta, but it's nothing like Morgan described it. Hundreds of burned out cars trying to leave the city have stalled out on the other side of the freeway, while the road into the city is completely deserted.

A flashback is shown.  Rick comes home from work.  He kisses Lori, asks about her day and how she’s doing, and asks where Carl is.  Lori replies that she had an okay day, and that Carl is in his room reading comic books.  Rick walks up the stairs while calling for Carl. Rick goes into Carl’s room, but he isn’t there.  Rick begins to panic and calls out for Carl louder.  Carl comes out of the bathroom and asks his dad what’s wrong.  Rick just smiles, and apologizes for his panicking.  He hugs Carl and tells him that he loves him, which is returned by his son.

In the present, Rick continues to ride in to the devastated metropolis, with no other leads on his wife and son. He searches the streets on horseback, finding an overrun military blockade and more burned out vehicles. Two ravens peck at a dead animal. He awakens a few walkers along the way, so he and his horse speed up to a trot as he looks back to see them emerging from buses and alleys.

Rick leads himself and the horse straight into a herd of hundreds of walkers. The undead swarm them, toppling him as the walkers devour the horse.  Rick runs through the walkers, and climbs under an abandoned tank.  The walkers crawl under with him, but he finds a latch under the tank, and opens it to get inside.  Rick closes the hatch, and sits by a dead soldier.  The soldier comes to life, and Rick kills him.  The noise nearly makes him deaf, and he has to poke his head through the ceiling latch to get room.  The walkers try to get him, so he shuts himself in.  Rick is ready to stay in the tank, but hears a voice.  “Hey, dumbass. Are you cozy in there?”

Rick answers the message, and asks how he can get out.  The man gives him a plan, and asks Rick what supplies he has.  Rick only has his pistol, and the one that was on the dead soldier.  The man tells Rick to go when he’s ready, and Rick comes out of the hatch.  He shoots his way through the walkers, and into an alleyway.  He’s about to shoot what he believes is a walker, but it’s the man from the radio.  He asks Rick to cove him while he sets up a ladder.  Rick shoots a few walkers, and they climb up the ladder together to the rooftop of the building.

"Nice moves there, Clint Eastwood. Are you the new sheriff? Come riding in to clean up the town?" the young man says in jest, introducing himself as Glenn. Rick thanks him for saving his life, revealing that his sheriff's uniform is among the only clothes he's got, because his were gone when he arrived back home. As they walk across the roof, Rick asks Glenn why he stuck his neck out for him back there, to which Glenn replies, "Call it foolish naive hope that if I'm ever that far up shit creek, somebody would do the same for me. Guess that makes me an even bigger dumbass than you."

Glenn is about to lead Rick down a staircase on the opposite side of the rooftop they’re on, but they realize the alley is full of walkers.  Glenn notices another building within leaping distance, and warns Rick of what they’re about to do.  Rick is shocked, and calls Glenn crazy for even thinking it.  “Listen, dumbass.  This might be a real dumbass move here, but we’ve got walkers on both sides of us.  This is the only way we possibly make it out of this unless you want to be on this rooftop all night.”  Rick finally agrees with the idea, and says he’ll jump.  Glenn says he’ll go first, and he does.  He lands on the other side nearly flawlessly.  Rick is pumped up with adrenaline, and he jumps without throwing his bag of guns over first.  The guns add needless weight to him, and it almost costs his life.  He doesn’t make the jump, but manages to hold onto the ledge.  Glenn grabs Rick, and struggles to pull him up, but eventually succeeds. “Wow, dumbass.  You should have thrown the duffle bag over first! From now on, I guess I have to say everything before we do it!”  Rick takes offense, and tells Glenn that he was in the moment.  Glenn apologizes, and says that they need to move before the walkers trap them again. 

Another flashback is shown.  Rick and Lori are in bed.  Rick looks sad, and Lori picks up on this and asks him what’s wrong.  He deflects the question briefly, but then says that he almost had a panic attack earlier.  He describes not seeing Carl in his room and just fearing the worst.  He doesn’t know why he panicked the way he did, but he just feared that Carl went missing or ran away or was stolen.  Rick is shaking, but Lori holds him and reassures him.  Lori kisses him on the cheek, and tells him what a good father and husband he is.  She is aware of the problems they’re having, but is confident that they will work those problems out before long.  Rick smiles, and kisses her.  He thanks her for her support.  Rick and Lori begin intimately touching one another, which leads to sex under their blankets.

Rick and Glenn run through an alleyway; killing a few walkers on the way.  Glenn warns Rick to be extra-careful where they’re going.  “If they bite you just once, you’re dead,” Glenn warns.  Rick thanks Glenn for the warning, and they take off.  They run between two storage units, and Rick trips over sitting walker.  The walker is revealed to be alive, and tries to bite Rick, but Rick takes out his hatchet and uses it against the walker.  Rick stutters in fear, and exclaims that he didn’t even see that one.  Glenn tells Rick that he has to from now on, and asks where he’s even been for the past month.  “Coma,” Rick replies.  Glenn gets them to stop for a second, and asks Rick to elaborate.  He explains that he woke up yesterday, and asks what happened to everyone in Atlanta.  Glenn explains that everyone held up there at first, but then the walkers got in and it was chaos.  It took a week for Atlanta to fall.  “After that...nobody knows.  Nobody gets in or out. Did you have family in there?”  Rick falls to his knees and breaks down.  Glenn tries to console him, and tells him that they still might be out there.  Glenn offers to take Rick to their camp, and he accepts.   

The final flashback is shown.  Rick and Carl are riding in Rick’s police cruiser to Carl’s school.  Rick asks what Carl is doing in school lately, but just receives a flat nothing.  Rick laughs and jokes that he can’t be doing nothing.  Carl laughs too, and says that his science teacher is talking abiotic and biotic lifeforms.  Carl explains that a biotic thing is something full of life, while an abiotic thing is dead.  Carl points out several abiotic things they drive past, and some of the biotic things they see.  They finally make it to Carl’s school.  Carl kisses Rick goodbye, then goes to class.  Rick watches lovingly as his son leaves.  He receives a phone-call from Shane.  Shane asks Rick if he wants to go to the burger joint they were talking about, and Rick accepts.  Rick hangs up, and watches Carl go into the school.  Once Carl is inside, Rick drives off to meet Shane.

In the present, Rick and Glenn talk some on the way to Glenn’s camp.  Glenn explains that the majority of them are people who were too late to make it into Atlanta.  Rick questions the safety of a stationary camp right outside of Atlanta, but Glenn defends it and says that the government will find them and rescue them.  They finally make it to the camp, which is busy as ever.  Glenn yells for everyone to come meet the new guy.  The first person Rick recognizes is Shane, and the pair trade stunned glances as Carl tearfully lifts his head and Lori's eyes follow. He spots Rick, shouting "DAD!" as he runs into Rick's open arms. Lori races after him and embraces her husband and son. The rest of the group, and Shane, watch on, dumbfounded. Lori meets Shane's gaze and stares at him, wide-eyed, as she tearfully reunites with her husband.


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                                                                                Episode 3 (Duties):

That night at a campfire, Rick is sitting at the campfire.  Lori comes to join him.  She talks about how Carl has difficulty sleeping without her, and notes that this is the first time she’s left him alone since they got there.  Rick thanks Lori for her strength and resolve with Carl and Shane.  Lori apologizes for leaving him, but Rick understands that it was for Carl’s sake.  They complement Shane and how he had they initiative to find their way to Atlanta.  Lori worries about a wound on Rick’s hand, but he replies that it was just from the IV.  He questions the safety of just having Dale keep watch, but Lori reassures him that the walkers don’t come often.  Lori puts her head on Rick’s shoulder, but notices that he’s shaking.  She asks why, and Rick replies that this is the first time since he woke up that he had time to be scared.

It’s morning, and the Grimes family is sleeping together.  Rick wakes up and rubs Lori’s cheek to wake her up.  He walks out and surveys the camp.  He watches everyone work.  He’s greeted by Shane, who offers Rick a shower in the RV.  Rick accepts, and is told by Shane that they’re going hunting afterwards.  Rick takes his first shower in weeks, and he loves it.  He has his clothes for the day laid out, and he gets dressed.  He walks out to be confronted by Dale.  Dale and Rick partake in some small talk, until Dale brings up Shane.  He warns Rick that Shane has his eye on Lori in a romantic way, but Rick debunks this.  He thanks Dale, and leaves the RV.  He sees Shane and Lori laughing, and approaches them.  Rick hands Lori his old clothes, and kisses her goodbye.  Rick and Shane leave to go hunting for food.

Carl is seen running, which worries Lori.  However, he says that he’s just going to Sophia’s car to play in the dirt.  Lori warns Carl not to get too dirty.  Donna reassures Lori that Amy and Andrea will keep watch on the kids, which Carol is thankful for.  Donna and Amy show a brief amount of tension, but nothing noteworthy.  Lori, Donna, and Carol head out to do the group’s laundry.  Carol compliments the new detergent, which Lori agrees with.  Donna scoffs and is disgusted that they have to do the group’s laundry, and the men don’t.  Lori disagrees that it’s a play against the women, and is just looking forward to having clean clothes.  Lori talks about her not being able to do what Rick is doing, while Rick can’t do what she’s doing either.  She laments that the workload is just realistic.  Donna isn’t thrilled to do the work, but she gets over it and does it anyways.

Dale is seen talking to Andrea from his perch.  She asks him what he thinks of the new arrival (Rick).  Dale replies that he seems like a good enough guy, and he can see why Lori and Carl were so shaken up by his presumed death.  Andrea agrees, and says that he’s already started earning his keep around the place.  Dale says he doesn’t know what about Rick it is, but he thinks that there’s something special about Rick.  He points out his speech, posture, demeanor, and all of that as examples of his theory.  Andrea tells Dale not to trust to easily, and they laugh.  Andrea wishes Dale a good day, and she returns to Amy to watch the kids.

Carl and Sophia are playing in the dirt.  They have a conversation about random things like school, their old friends, and their old lives.  Sophia then asks Carl if he thinks her dad will come back like his did.  Carl tells Sophia that her dad is dead, and that his was alive.  Carl tells Sophia that he dad won’t come back because of this simple fact.  Sophia becomes somber, and says that she misses her dad.

Andrea and Amy are watching the kids, and they decide to list things they miss from before the outbreak.  “I miss my collection of books,” says Amy.  “I miss my nail filer,” says Andrea.  “I miss my cell phone,” says Amy.  “I miss my vibrator,” says Andrea.  They both share a hardy laugh.  After they calm down, Amy says she misses hers too.  They laugh some more, and Amy ends up rolling on the ground.  Dale sees their happiness from the perch, and he smiles.

Rick and Shane are out hunting.  Shane explains that he took Lori down to Atlanta to be with her parents, and expected the whole thing to blow over in a week’s time.  Rick is doubtful of things ever going back to the way they were, but Shane remains optimistic.  Shane thanks Rick for bringing the guns from the police department, and talks about how limited they were before Rick arrived.  He talks about Dale always keeping watch, and Glenn grabbing whatever supplies he could manage.  Rick tells Shane how amazed he is that Glenn always manages to keep them supplied, which Shane definitely agrees with.  They hear rustling, and Shane shushes Rick.  They find a walker slumped on a tree that’s eating a deer.  The walkers doesn’t notice Rick and Shane’s presence.  Shane and Rick question whether it would be safe to get the deer away from the walker to eat.

Lori and Donna are washing the clothes while Carol keeps watch.  Carol is near frantic, and frequently checks.  Lori assures her that she only has to check every so often, and Carol defends herself.  Donna asks Lori how she met Rick.  Lori initially rejects telling, but Donna convinces her to tell the story.  Lori talks about his brother Jeffery, and talks about her friendship with him.  They went to a party that Rick chaperoned.  They fell in love, and had a midnight kiss.  They kept in touch through college until Lori came home.  They became a serious couple, and that’s how they got together.  Carol compliments the two, which Lori thanks her for.  They finish washing the clothes, and they head back to camp, but are spotted by a walker.

The walker follows the three, and they don’t notice until Allen yells out to warn them.  Carol and Lori disperse, but Donna is frozen in fear.  Allen yells for her to move so he can kill it, but she can’t.  Dale runs from behind and decapitates the walker with his axe.  Donna thanks him, which Dale accepts.  Carl, Sophia, Andrea, and Amy run to the scene.  Dale talks how he was chopping firewood when he heard the screams, but is interrupted by the walker’s still-alive head.  They all scream in fear.

Rick and Shane debate whether to take the deer back to the camp, but are noticed by the walker.  Rick kills it with his hatchet, and they hear a gunshot from the camp.  They run back to find the dead walker that Allen had just put down.  Rick runs to Lori and Carl and embraces them.  Lori talks about what happened as Rick holds her.  Allen and Donna move the walker away from the camp as Rick comforts Lori.  As he comforts her, Shane watches them from the distance with a hint of jealousy in his eyes.


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                                                                                    Episode 4 (Guts):


During a flashback, the inside of a house is shown.  A family portrait of the Grimes family is shown.  Suddenly, the door is forced open and Shane comes in.  “LORI, CARL! WE HAVE TO GET OUT OF HERE!”  There’s no response.  Shane searches throughout the house for the two, with no avail.  He finally succeeds when he searches Carl’s room.  Shane tells Lori that they have to leave, but she objects as the news said to stay inside.  “Look, I know how scary this is, but we have to go.  If we don’t fight, we die! I’m not just going to stand-by and let that happen!”  Shane convinces Lori and Carl to come with him, and they enter the car.  As Lori gets in the passenger seat, she looks back and glares a hole through Shane.  ‘Shane…where is Rick?”  Shane looks dumbfounded as he is forced to tell Lori the bad news.

Back in the present, Shane is keeping watch on top of the RV.  Shane is startled by something, but it’s just Rick climbing up the RV. Rick proposes that they should move the camp away from Atlanta, citing the zombie from earlier being the first of possibly many to attack.  Shane calls Rick crazy, and states his belief that the government will show up soon to rescue them from the predicament.  Rick and Shane debate the subject until Rick relents.  They both agree that everyone needs to be armed, though, and Shane wonders where they will find the weapons for this.  Before Rick can answer, Dale comes out of the RV to shush them.

At morning, Rick wakes up.  He rushes over to Glenn, and asks if he’s ever seen a gun store in Atlanta, but Glenn denies that he has.  Rick explains his logic that such a gun store would have weapons in it.  Glenn agrees, and goes to ask Jim where a gun store would be in Atlanta.  “Corner of Pleasant and 38th Street,” he answers stoically.  Glenn thanks Jim, and goes to find a map.  As he does this, Lori and Carl confront Rick about his decision to leave right after he got back.  Rick comforts Carl with the fact that he has to do it, and promises to teach Carl how to shoot a gun.  Lori objects to this, but Rick doesn’t want to argue about it there.  Rick tells Lori that Glenn will keep him safe with his knowledge of Atlanta.  Lori still isn’t convinced, but Rick convinces her that he’ll need to help Glenn carry the guns.  The family says their goodbyes, and Rick departs with Glenn for Atlanta. 

In the flashback, we return to where it left off.  “Rick…I couldn’t get him out.  There were zombies and soldiers killing men in cold blood and…I couldn’t.  I’m so sorry, Lori.  He isn’t dead, but I don’t know how long that will be true.”  Lori breaks down right in front of Shane.  Shane puts his hand on her shoulder, and apologizes.  Lori doesn’t blame Shane, saying that he at least tried to get Rick out.  She asks Shane to just drive, and they leave the Grimes house. 

Rick and Glenn walk through a field.  Rick is concerned about Jim, and Glenn explains that he was the man who got out of Atlanta alive.  He explains that he saw his entire family ripped apart in front of him before he could do anything to save them.  Glenn curses, and explains that he has never been as far in Atlanta as the gun store is.  Rick suddenly has an idea, and they go into the woods.  Rick finds a walker and drags it out, much to Glenn’s confusion.  Rick explains that he’s theorized that the walkers tell them from humans by smell, and is about to cut the walker up.  However, he finds a wallet sticking out of its jacket pocket.  Rick takes it out and opens it.  He sees a man’s personal ID that reads “Wayne Dunlap.”  He looks back on the humanity he used to have, and vows to Glenn that he will tell his family about Wayne.  He thanks Wayne for his contribution, and begins to cut him up; exposing the blood and gore of Wayne’s corpse.  Glenn vomits, and apologizes.  Rick shares Glenn’s sentiment, but claims they still have to try.  They rub themselves all over with the walker gore, and they continue their trek to Atlanta.

They walk between the two storage containers from Episode 2.  There is a walker that is roaming around.  Rick pulls out his hatchet in case the smell doesn’t work, but the walker leaves him alone.  They walk into the city.  Both are visibly scared as they go into Atlanta.  “I’ve never been this far into the city,” remarks Glenn.  They both venture further into Atlanta.  They see walkers swarming around a tank.  Rick reassures Glenn, and himself, that they will be okay if they stay calm.  They find the gun store.  Rick picks up a shopping cart so they can carry more guns.  The door has no way in, and Glenn is puzzled how they’ll make it.  Rick remarks that it’s made of wood, and smashes his hatchet into it.  Rick notices that the walkers might have noticed his differences, and tells Glenn to hurry.  They grab guns, ammos, knives, anything they can carry.  They leave, and Rick kills a walker with his hatchet.  Just as they leave, it begins to heavily rain.  Rick begins to sprint which confuses Glenn.  “LOOK AT THEM! THE RAIN IS WASHING THE SMELL OFF!”  Rick and Glenn begin to run for their lives as the walkers begin to notice them.  Suddenly, they both trip and the cart falls over. 

In the flashback, Shane, Lori, and Carl are parked on the side of the road.  Shane is in the driver’s seat of the car looking over a picture of him, Rick, and a few other officers.  His eyes begin to water, but he notices Lori sitting on a guardrail while staring into space.  Shane exits the car, and goes up to Lori.  He asks if she’s okay, and she flatly says no.  Shane sits next to Lori, and tells her that Carl’s asleep.  Lori smiles, and is thankful for Shane being there for him and her.  Shane says he’s just doing what he can to help out through this terrible time.  Lori tells Shane that Rick would be proud of how he’s taking care of them.  They gaze into one another’s eyes briefly, then Shane puts his hand on Lori’s.  He assures her that if she needs ANYTHING that he would be there for her.  Lori is briefly breathless, but thanks him and wishes him a goodnight.  Shane walks off, as Lori can’t help but stare at him.

Rick and Glenn struggle to get the guns back into the cart while fighting off all of the walkers.  Out of nowhere, a walker bites into the shoulder of Rick’s coat.  Rick kills the walker with his hatchet, and shoots it for good measure.  The guns are all in the cart, and he and Glenn sprint again while fighting off walkers.  They run between the storage units, and make it into the woods.  They stop for a breather, and Rick frantically takes off his coat to check for a bite wound.  Fortunately, there is no wound.  Rick is relieved, and pressures Glenn not to tell Lori in which he complies.

Lori is out in the rain, apparently waiting for Rick’s return.  Shane walks up to her, and tries to convince her to go back to the camp.  Lori is bitter that Rick left, and is deeply hurt.  Shane caresses Lori’s hand, and tells her he’ll keep her company.  Lori yanks her hand away, and tells her that he needs to stop because Rick is back.  Shane is confused, and asks about the night on the road they had together.  Lori sighs, and says that night was a mistake.


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