Guess who's sharing some skin this Sunday? That's right, Zombies! Here are the top quotes from the episode:
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Shane on how Otis died:
"We were about done. Almost out of ammo. We were down to pistol by then. I was limpin', bad. Ankle all swollen up. 'Gotta save the boy!' See, that's what he said. He gave me his backpack; he shoved me ahead. 'Run', he said. Said, 'I'll take the rear, I'll cover you.' And when I looked back...If not for Otis, I would have never made it out alive. And that goes for Carl too. It was Otis: he saved us both."
Maggie to Glenn: "I hear you're fast on your feet and know how to get in and out."
T-Dog: "You think there is a snowball's chance will actually find that little girl?"
Dale: "For the first time in my life, I'm bettin' on the snowball."
Dale after finding a walker in the well: "Looks like we've got us a swimmer."
Dale as he dangles a ham in front of the walker: "He's not going for it."
T-Dog: "Maybe 'cause they can't handle no kickin' and screamin' when they try to eat it."
Lori: "He's right. There is a reason the dead didn't come back to life and start raiding our cupboards."
Glenn before being used as bait: "Have I mentioned that I really like the new haircut? You have a nice shaved head."
Shane: "Don't worry about it, bud. We'll get you outta here in one piece."
Glenn: "Living piece. The living part is important."
T-Dog: "Good thing we didn't do anything stupid like shoot it."
Maggie: "You got a girlfriend I don't know about?"
Glenn: "Me? No, no."
Maggie: "Then you're a pretty confident guy."
Glenn: "No. No, no, no. I would never--"
Maggie: "Somethin' wrong with me?"
Glenn: "No, I-I-I would never have sex--uh, I'm lost."
Hershel to Rick: "Some men do not earn the love of their sons."
Daryl to Carol: "The story is that when American soldiers where moving Indians off their land, on the Trail of Tears, the Cherokee mothers were grieving and crying so much 'cause they were losing their little ones along the way. Exposure and disease and starvation; a lot of them just disappeared. So the elders, they sent a prayer, asked for a sign to uplift the mother's spirits. Give 'em strength, hope. The next day, this rose started to grow right where the mother's tears fell. I'm not fool enough to think there's any flowers bloomin' for my brother. But, I believe, this one is bloomin' for your little girl."
Daryl is the single coolest character I've ever had the pleasure to enjoy. AWESOME and emotional. Anyone else swooning? That's all for now folks but join me next week for more awesome drama and zombies.
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