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Glenn Rhee (Character)
from "The Walking Dead" (2010)

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"The Walking Dead: Guts (#1.2)" (2010)
[Glenn saves Rick's life from the surrounding Walkers on the street]
Glenn: Nice moves there, Clint Eastwood. You the new sheriff come riding in to clean up the town?
Rick Grimes: It wasn't my intention.
Glenn: Yeah, whatever. Yeehaw. You're still a dumbass.

[the group starts to cover Glenn with the Walker guts]
Glenn: [Glenn groans] Oh God! Oh jeez. Oh, this is bad. This is really bad.
Rick Grimes: Think about something else... Puppies and kittens.
T-Dog: Dead puppies and kittens.
Andrea: [when Glenn vomits] That is just evil. What is wrong with you?
Jacqui: [Jacqui looks over to T-Dog, about Rick] Next time let the cracker beat his ass.

[over the walkie-talkie, Glenn tells Rick the bad news]
Glenn: [on the walkie-talkie] Hey, are you alive in there?
Rick Grimes: Hello? Hello?
Glenn: [on the walkie-talkie] There you are. You had me wondering.
Rick Grimes: Where are you? Outside? Can you see me right now?
Glenn: [on the walkie-talkie] Yeah, I can see you. You're surrounded by walkers. That's the bad news.
Rick Grimes: There's good news?
Glenn: [on the walkie-talkie] No.

[over the walkie-talkie, Glenn tells Rick that he needs to make a run for it from the tank]
Rick Grimes: Listen, whoever you are, I don't mind telling you I'm a little concerned in here.
Glenn: [on the walkie-talkie] Oh man. You should see it from over here. You'd be having a major freak-out.
Rick Grimes: Got any advice for me?
Glenn: [on the walkie-talkie] Yeah, I'd say make a run for it.
Rick Grimes: That's it? 'Make a run for it?
Glenn: [on the walkie-talkie] My way's not as dumb as it sounds.

[Glenn sees Rick on the street as he runs from the surrounding Walkers]
Glenn: [Rick holds his gun at Glenn] Whoa! Not dead! Come on! Come on! Back here! Come on! Come on!
Glenn: [Rick continues firing his Beretta at the Walkers] What are you doing? Come on!

[Rick meets Glenn for the first time]
Rick Grimes: Rick. Thanks.
Glenn: [Glenn shakes Rick's hand] Glenn. You're welcome.

[Rick and Glenn prepare to climb the building ladder with Walkers below them]
Glenn: The bright side: It'll be the fall that kills us. I'm a glass-half-full kind of guy.
[as the two start climbing up together]

[Rick asks Glenn why did he save his life back at the tank]
Rick Grimes: Back at the tank, why'd you stick your neck out for me?
Glenn: Call it foolish, naive hope that if I'm ever that far up shit creek, somebody might do the same for me. Guess I'm an even bigger dumbass than you.

[Glenn shows the group the ladder that goes down into the black sewers]
Morales: This is it? Are you sure?
Glenn: I really scoped this place out the other times I was here. It's the only thing in the building that goes down. But I've never gone down it. Who'd want to, right?
Glenn: [as the group silently looks at Glenn] Oh... great.

[Glenn devises a plan to go into the sewers for the group]
Glenn: Look, until now I always came here by myself... In and out, grab a few things... No problem. The first time I bring a group... Everything goes to hell. No offense. If you want me to go down this gnarly hole, fine... But only if we do it my way. It's tight down there. If I run into something and have to get out quick, I don't want you all jammed up behind me getting me killed. I'll take one person...
Glenn: [Rick steps forward] Not you either. You've got Merle's gun and I've seen you shoot. I'd feel better if you were out in that store watching those doors, covering our ass. And you've got the only other gun, so you should go with him.
Glenn: [Glenn points to Morales] You be my wingman. Jacqui stays here. Something happens, yell down to us, get us back up here in a hurry.
Jacqui: Okay.
Rick Grimes: Okay, everybody knows their jobs.

[Morales and Glenn find the bars blocking them from entering the sewers]
Morales: Yeah, we've got ourselves a sewer tunnel. Jacqui was right.
Glenn: Can we cut through it?
Morales: If we had a blowtorch and half a day, sure. Dale's hacksaw sure as hell won't do it.

[Rick tries to come up with a diversion to not be recognized by the Walkers]
Rick Grimes: That construction site, those trucks... They always keep keys on hand.
Morales: You'll never make it past the Walkers.
Rick Grimes: [Rick looks to Glenn] You got me out of that tank.
Glenn: Yeah, but they were feeding. They were distracted.
Rick Grimes: Can we distract them again?
Merle Dixon: Right. Listen to him. He's onto something. A diversion, like on 'Hogan's Heroes.'

[Rick learns that the Walkers can tell who they are by smell]
Rick Grimes: They're drawn by sound, right?
Glenn: Right, like dogs. They hear a sound, they come.
Rick Grimes: What else?
Morales: Aside from they hear you? They see you, smell you and if they catch you, they eat you.
Rick Grimes: They can tell us by smell?
Glenn: Can't you?
Andrea: They smell dead, we don't. It's pretty distinct.

[Rick tells the group his plan to cover themselves in Walker guts]
Glenn: If bad ideas were an Olympic event, this would take the gold.

[Rick reads the I.D. card of the dead Walker they drag in for guts]
Rick Grimes: Wayne Dunlap. Georgia license. Born in 1979. He had $28 in his pocket when he died... And a picture of a pretty girl. 'With love, from Rachel.' He used to be like us... Worrying about bills or the rent or the Super Bowl. If I ever find my family, I'm gonna tell them about Wayne.
Glenn: One more thing... He was an organ donor.
[as the group remains silent]

[Glenn says he's going to hurl as the Walker guts cover him]
Glenn: Oh God.
Rick Grimes: [Rick hands the axe to Morales] Keep chopping.
Glenn: [Glenn groans] I am so gonna hurl.
Rick Grimes: Later.

[Rick and Glenn cover themselves in Walker guts]
Glenn: [to Rick] You suck.
Rick Grimes: Do we smell like them?
Andrea: Oh yeah.
Andrea: [Andrea hands Glenn his gun] Glenn. Just in case.

[Glenn and Rick covered in guts slowly make their way through the crowded Walkers]
Glenn: [Glenn whispers to Rick] It's gonna work. I can't believe it.
Rick Grimes: [Rick whispers back] Don't... Draw... Attention.
[as Glenn starts to moan like a Walker]

[the crowd of Walkers start to stare closer at Glenn and Rick in the rain]
Glenn: The smell's washing off. Isn't it? Is it washing off?
Rick Grimes: [Rick in a low voice] No, it's not.
Rick Grimes: [as a Walker stares into Rick's face] Well, maybe.

[Rick and Glenn devise a plan while driving around in the truck]
Glenn: [Glenn nervously shakes] Oh my God. Oh my God. They're all over that place.
Rick Grimes: You need to draw them away. Those roll-up doors at the front of the store... That area? That's what I need cleared. Raise your friends. Tell them to get down there and be ready.
Glenn: And I'm drawing the geeks away how? I... I missed that part.
Rick Grimes: Noise.

[last lines]
T-Dog: [the group drives off out of Atlanta in the back of the truck, about Merle] I dropped the damn key.
Andrea: [the group pauses] Where's Glenn?
Glenn: [when Glenn is seen speeding down the highway in his Mustang car with it's car alarm going off] Whoo-hoo-hoo! Yeah-hoo-hoo!

"The Walking Dead: Cherokee Rose (#2.4)" (2011)
[Maggie tells Glenn at the pharmacy that she'll have sex with him]
Maggie Greene: I'll have sex with you.
Glenn: Really? Why?
Maggie Greene: You're asking questions?
Glenn: Okay, I can't help wondering.
Maggie Greene: It's not like our options are vast these days.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie kisses Glenn for the first time, whispering] And you're not the only one that's lonely.

[Maggie asks Glenn to go on a pharmacy run with her]
Maggie Greene: I hear you're fast on your feet and know how to get in and out. Got a pharmacy run. You in?
Glenn: Uh...
Dale Horvath: Miss, what's the water situation here?
Maggie Greene: Got five wells on our land. House draws directly from number one. Number two well is right over there. We use it for the cattle but it's just as pure. Take what you need. There's a cart and containers in the generator shed behind the house.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie looks back to Glenn] I'll go saddle your horse then.
Glenn: [Glenn looks to Dale] Horse?

[Glenn watches Maggie with binoculars as she rides to him on a horse]
Glenn: Hello, farmer's daughter.

[Lori asks Glenn for a personal item on his pharmacy run]
Lori Grimes: Here's your list. And, um, there's one other item. I wrote it down separately. It's personal. If we could be real discreet about that, okay?
Glenn: Sure.
Lori Grimes: Thank you.
Glenn: Uh, what is it?
Lori Grimes: Kind of missing the point of the whole discreet thing, Glenn.
Glenn: Oh, right. Um... I just-I just need to know where to find it.
Lori Grimes: Try the feminine hygiene section.

[Glenn sees the Well-Walker snarl from within the well]
Glenn: How long you think it's been down there?
Andrea Harrison: Long enough to grow gills.

[the group talks about how to kill the Well-Walker]
Shane Walsh: We got to get it out.
T-Dog: Easy. Put a bullet in its head. I'll get a rope.
Maggie Greene: Whoa whoa, guys. No.
Glenn: Why not? It's a good plan.
Andrea Harrison: It's a stupid plan. If that thing hasn't contaminated the water yet, blowing its brains out will finish the job.
Shane Walsh: She's right. Can't risk it.
T-Dog: So it has to come out alive?
Shane Walsh: So to speak.

[Shane ties a rope around Glenn's waist to lower him into the well]
Glenn: Have I mentioned that I really like your new haircut? You have a nice shaped head.
Shane Walsh: Don't worry about it, bud. Hey, we're gonna get you out of here in one piece.
Glenn: Living piece. That living part is important.

[Maggie helps lower Glenn down to the Well-Walker]
Maggie Greene: Doing okay?
Glenn: Yup, doing great. Living the dream.

[Glenn and Maggie ride on their horses together to the pharmacy]
Glenn: You know, normally this is the kind of thing I'd do on my own. Solo. It's sort of my thing, you know? I'm a loner.
Glenn: [Maggie remains silent] You all right?
Maggie Greene: I'm fine.
Glenn: I saw the look on your face back at the well. Never seen one killed up close before? Guess it's kind of a shock. You know, being out on the road, we've seen a lot. Guess we've gotten a little numb to it.

[Maggie finds Glenn at the pharmacy with a box of condoms in his hand]
Maggie Greene: What do you got?
Glenn: [Glenn drops some products] Uh... Um... Nothing. Just, like I said, general stuff.
Maggie Greene: [Glenn holds a box of condoms] Condoms?
Maggie Greene: [Glenn gasps] You got a girlfriend I don't know about?
Glenn: Me? No. No.
Maggie Greene: Then you're a pretty confident guy.
Glenn: No. No, no, no. I-I-I wasn't... I would never...
Maggie Greene: Something wrong with me?
Glenn: [Glenn chuckles nervously] No. No, I... I would never have sex...
Glenn: [Maggie stares at Glenn] Uh, I'm... I'm lost.

[Maggie at the pharmacy takes her shirt off in front of Glenn]
Glenn: [Glenn nervously looks away] Wow.
[as Glenn removes his shirt]

[Glenn and Maggie ride on their horses together back to the farm]
Glenn: [Glenn prepares to ask if their sex was good] I...
Maggie Greene: Don't spoil it.
Glenn: [Glenn smiles] So it was good.
Maggie Greene: It was a one-time thing.

"The Walking Dead: Secrets (#2.6)" (2011)
[Maggie brings some food to Glenn as he watches the barn full of Walkers with binoculars]
Maggie Greene: Could you be more obvious? Here, enjoy.
Glenn Rhee: Are you trying to buy my silence with fruit?
Maggie Greene: Of course not. There's also jerky.

[Maggie asks Glenn to keep the barn full of Walkers a secret]
Maggie Greene: Just trust me on this, okay?
Glenn Rhee: But I suck at lying. I can't even play poker. It's too much like lying.

[Glenn tells Dale the secrets of both Hershel and Lori]
Dale Horvath: Want to tell me what's going on?
Glenn Rhee: You're old. You're... You know things. So. What if somebody told you something that somebody else should know...
Dale Horvath: Glenn, stop being dramatic. Spit it out.
Glenn Rhee: There's... there's Walkers in the barn and Lori's pregnant.
[as Dale makes an alarming face without responding]

[Glenn and Maggie ride their horses on a second errand for Lori]
Glenn Rhee: You didn't have to come. You could hate me from a distance.
Glenn Rhee: [Maggie remains silent] Please say something. Maggie, I...
Maggie Greene: I asked for your trust and you betrayed it. Now my dad's pissed at me. Your turn.

[Glenn and Maggie argue about what the Walkers are]
Glenn Rhee: Look, if you'd seen Atlanta, you would not have a barn full of Walkers.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie yells back] I wish you'd stop calling them that.
Glenn Rhee: What do you call them?
Maggie Greene: Mom, Shawn, Mr. and Mrs. Fischer, Lacey, Duncan.

[Maggie and Glenn arrive to the pharmacy with Lori's list]
Maggie Greene: What does she want now?
Glenn Rhee: I can't say.
Maggie Greene: So when one of them asks you to keep your mouth shut...
Glenn Rhee: Crawl out of my butt and help me look, please.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie looks at the list to see abortion pills] You've got to be kidding me.

[Maggie and Glenn argue after giving Lori her list of items]
Glenn Rhee: That was not cool.
Maggie Greene: Which part? The part where that bitch almost got us killed?
Glenn Rhee: I should've gone alone. If you want to blame anybody, blame me.
Maggie Greene: Right, take the blame. You know, for a smart guy, you're really stupid.
Glenn Rhee: Okay, I'm confused, because I think you just paid me a compliment, but you made it sound...
[as Maggie kisses Glenn's lips]

[Maggie holds her arms around Glenn telling him that she can't lose him]
Maggie Greene: [Maggie looks in Glenn's eyes] I've already lost three of the people that I care about most in this world.
Glenn Rhee: Maggie...
Maggie Greene: Shut up. You're smart. You're brave. You're a leader. But you don't know it. And your friends don't want to know it. They'd rather have you fetching peaches. There's a dead guy in the well? Send Glenn down. You're Walker-bait. I can't take you becoming one of them.
[Maggie walks off in tears]

[Glenn tells Lori that Maggie was almost attacked at the pharmacy]
Lori Grimes: The blood on Maggie's shirt...
Glenn Rhee: She was attacked.
Lori Grimes: Are you guys all right? How bad was it?
Glenn Rhee: It was pretty close.
Lori Grimes: I'm so sorry. I should never have asked you to go.
Glenn Rhee: I offered.
Lori Grimes: I thought the town was safe, but if you hadn't come back...
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn smiles] But we did. I always do.

[Glenn tells Lori that she shouldn't have to make a choice alone about her baby]
Lori Grimes: Prenatal vitamins. That's a hell of a choice.
Glenn Rhee: I'm glad it's not mine. Lori, we're friends, aren't we?
Lori Grimes: With everything we've been through... Yeah.
Glenn Rhee: I can't tell you what to do. I could never tell you something like that. But your choice... Maybe you shouldn't make it alone.

"The Walking Dead: Chupacabra (#2.5)" (2011)
[Dale finds Glenn in his RV returning a book]
Glenn: Sorry. Just returning your book.
Dale Horvath: Oh no, I'm sorry. If I had known the world was ending, I'd have brought better books.

[Glenn tells Maggie that they still have condoms left]
Glenn: You know, we still have eleven condoms.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie smiles] You see eleven condoms, I see eleven minutes of my life I'm never getting back.
Glenn: [Glenn chuckles] It wasn't that bad, was it?
Maggie Greene: Look, I don't even know if I like you.
Glenn: But you're thinking about it. You should.

[Glenn and Rick find Daryl returning back to the farm covered in blood]
Glenn: Is that Daryl?
Daryl Dixon: [Rick aims his gun to Daryl] That's the third time you've pointed that thing at my head. You gonna pull the trigger or what?
[Rick lowers his gun when Daryl is still shot from Andrea in the distance]

[Glenn tells Dale that he thinks all the women are getting crazy hormonal]
Glenn: Um, Dale, you think Andrea's on her period?
Glenn: [Dale waves his hand to try and keep Glenn quiet] I'm only asking 'cause it's like all the women are acting really weird. And-And I read somewhere that when women spend a lot of time together, their cycles line up and they all get super crazy hormonal at the same time.
Dale Horvath: I'm gonna advise you to keep that theory to yourself.

[Glenn admits to Dale about having sex with Maggie]
Dale Horvath: How do you know that Maggie wanted to have sex with you?
Dale Horvath: [Glenn blushes without answering] Oh, son, you didn't. Did it ever occur to you how her father might feel about this?
Glenn: She's 22.
Dale Horvath: And he is our host.
Glenn: He doesn't know.
Dale Horvath: Well, see that it stays that way. Jesus, Glenn, what were you thinking?
Glenn: I was thinking that I might be dead tomorrow.

[Glenn sees Rick help Daryl up to Hershel's farmhouse]
Glenn: What the hell happened? He's wearing ears.
Rick Grimes: [Rick removes the ears from Daryl's neck] Let's keep that to ourselves.

[Rick's group eats dinner silently with Hershel's family when Glenn asks if anybody knows how to play the guitar]
Glenn: Does anybody know how to play guitar? Dale found a cool one. Somebody's got to know how to play.
Patricia: Otis did.
Hershel Greene: Yes, and he was very good too.
[the group continues to remain silent]

"The Walking Dead: Beside the Dying Fire (#2.13)" (2012)
[Rick tells the group that they're all infected]
Rick Grimes: We're all infected.
Daryl Dixon: What?
Rick Grimes: At the CDC, Jenner told me. Whatever it is, we all carry it.
Carol Peletier: [the group hesitate to speak] And you never said anything?
Rick Grimes: Would it have made a difference?
Glenn Rhee: You knew this whole time?
Rick Grimes: How could I have known for sure? You saw how crazy that mo...
Glenn Rhee: That is not your call. Okay, when I found out about the walkers in the barn, I told, for the good of everyone.
Rick Grimes: Well, I thought it best that people didn't know.

[the group see a herd of Walkers approaching Hershel's farm house]
Hershel Greene: [Hershel whispers] Patricia, kill the lights.
Andrea: I'll get the guns.
Glenn Rhee: Maybe they're just passing, like the herd on the highway. Should we just go inside?
Daryl Dixon: Not unless there's a tunnel downstairs I don't know about. A herd that size would rip the house down.

[Maggie cries inside the car with Glenn thinking her family is dead]
Glenn Rhee: [Maggie cries] Hey, Maggie, look at me. Look at me. Hey, we're alive. We made it. Okay? I'm sure they are, too. Right?
Glenn Rhee: [Maggie nods] I love you. Maggie, I love you. I should've said it a long time ago and it's been true for a long time. We're gonna be all right, okay? We'll be all right.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie stops crying] Okay. Yeah.

[Glenn sees Maggie load up the guns]
Glenn Rhee: Maggie
Maggie Greene: You grow up country, you pick up a thing or two.
Daryl Dixon: [about the Walkers] I got the number... It's no use.

[Glenn tells Maggie to drive away from the farm of Walkers]
Glenn Rhee: Head out.
Maggie Greene: What?
Glenn Rhee: Get off the farm now.
Maggie Greene: Don't say that.
Glenn Rhee: Maggie, it's lost!
Maggie Greene: The others... We can't leave them.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn screams] Get off the farm now!

[Rick tells the group that there has to be a place for them to survive]
Rick Grimes: We stay together. God forbid something happens and people get stranded without a car.
Glenn Rhee: Rick, we're stranded now.
Rick Grimes: I know it looks bad, we've all been through hell and worse, but at least we found each other. I wasn't sure... I really wasn't... but we did. We're together. We keep it that way. We'll find shelter somewhere. There's gotta be a place.
Glenn Rhee: Rick, look around. Okay? There's Walkers everywhere. They're migrating or something.
Rick Grimes: There's gotta be a place not just where we hole up, but that we fortify, hunker down, pull ourselves together, build a life for each other. I know it's out there. We just have to find it!
Maggie Greene: Even if we do find a place and we think it's safe, we can never be sure. For how long? Look what happened with the farm. We fooled ourselves into thinking that that was safe.
Hershel Greene: [Hershel in a low voice] We won't make that mistake again.

[the group grows scared while sitting together out in the middle of the woods]
Beth Greene: [branches crack in the distance] What was that?
Daryl Dixon: Could be anything. Could be a raccoon, could be a possum.
Glenn Rhee: Walker.
Carol Peletier: We need to leave. I mean what are we waiting for?
Glenn Rhee: Which way?
Maggie Greene: It came from over there.
Beth Greene: Back from where we came.
Maggie Greene: Yeah.
Rick Grimes: The last thing we need is for everyone to be running off in the dark.

"The Walking Dead: Self Help (#5.5)" (2014)
[Glenn and Maggie talk to Eugene about after they arrive in Washington D.C]
Maggie Greene: How long will it be? After you get on that terminal and do what you have to do?
Dr. Eugene Porter: Depends on a number of factors including density of the infected around target sites worldwide.
Glenn Rhee: Wait, target sites? Are you talking about missiles?
Dr. Eugene Porter: That's classified.
Glenn Rhee: I thought we were over that.
Dr. Eugene Porter: What if we all live?
Glenn Rhee: The secrets will matter then?
Dr. Eugene Porter: They might. Anyway, the speed with which things normalize depend on a number of factors including worldwide weather patterns, which were modeled without the assumption that cars, planes, boats, and trains wouldn't be pouring hydrocarbons into the atmosphere this long. Changed the game quite a bit when it comes to air-transmissible pathogens.

[Sgt Abraham gets the group on the fire truck]
Sgt. Abraham Ford: [Abraham turns the key to the fire engine and the truck starts] About time things started going our way.
[the engine to the truck suddenly shuts off]
Sgt. Abraham Ford: Come on. Just once. Just one damn time.
Glenn Rhee: We'll find another ride.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: If there was a ride worth a shit in this town, we'd have seen it. This thing's done some crowd clearing. Right up into the intake. Which means we've got an air filter filled with damned human remains. And there is no damned corner on this damned Earth that has not been dicked hard beyond all damned recognition.
Rosita Espinosa: [Abraham starts wiping down what he thinks is the air filter to the truck] Abraham?
Sgt. Abraham Ford: What?
Rosita Espinosa: That feeds the radiator. The intake for the engine is actually on the roof.
[Rosita smiles at the confused-looking Abraham]

[Abraham and the group talk about how to get around the hundreds of walkers]
Glenn Rhee: We need the map. There's gotta be a detour.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: I'm not doing it. We detoured and detoured and detoured from Houston to Georgia. I'm not playing that game anymore.
Glenn Rhee: We are not going through this, okay? It isn't gonna happen.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: You got a shit storm behind door A and a storm of shit behind door B. If you're lucky, it's walkers or a shot-up truck. But sooner or later you get cornered. You wind up stayin' and you wind up killin'. We don't go back. We can't go back.
Glenn Rhee: I'm not talking about going back. Just south a few miles.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: No.
Dr. Eugene Porter: We already hit a full stop 'cause of an air filter filled compromised by innards. That will happen again.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: Then we'll hit 'em with the hose.
Rosita Espinosa: The tank is empty, Abraham.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: If we floor it...
Glenn Rhee: We still hit them, they still slow us down, and then they stop us.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: I'm not saying we just go straight.
Maggie Greene: That's the way the road goes.
Rosita Espinosa: Abraham!
Sgt. Abraham Ford: We can get through! I know it! And that means we are not going south, going around, or going back!
Rosita Espinosa: [Rosita interrupts Abraham to listen] No. They're right.

[Sgt. Abraham begins to lose his patience when Glenn and the group help calm him down]
Dr. Eugene Porter: Is that your blood?
Sgt. Abraham Ford: Yeah. Damn thing opened again. I swear, the cut's are finer than frog's hair. They're just big bleeders.
Maggie Greene: First aid kit's in the bus, I'll see what we have.
[the mini-bus suddenly goes up in flames]
Sgt. Abraham Ford: We're not stopping. We're rolling on. We'll find another vehicle down the road. The mission hasn't changed.
Dr. Eugene Porter: Devil's advocate, nothing more - We smashed to a stop hard. We spent a lot of time rolling things out of the road. The church is just 15 miles back that way...
Sgt. Abraham Ford: [Sgt. Abraham begins shouting at Eugene] No. We don't stop. We don't go back. We're at war and retreat means we lose. The road fights back, the plan gets jacked. You all know that. Now, we will get through this because we have to. Every direction is a question. We don't go back!
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn pauses Abraham] Hey, hey, hey. You okay?
Sgt. Abraham Ford: I am fit as a damn fiddle.
Glenn Rhee: We are going with you. You are calling this thing. I just need to know you're good.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: This is how things stop. I can't afford that right now. The world can't afford it. Listen, I took a pretty hard shot to the sack with that crash. I am stressed and depressed to see that ride die, but if you say we're rolling on? I'm good.
Glenn Rhee: We're rolling on.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: I'm gonna rub some dirt on it and walk it off.
Glenn Rhee: Yeah.
Rosita Espinosa: Find what we need like we always have - On the way.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie smiles to see the argue has come to a close] Okay. I'm not rubbing dirt on anything.

[Abraham and Glenn have a word with each other by the library window while on night watch]
Sgt. Abraham Ford: Thank you.
Glenn Rhee: For what?
Sgt. Abraham Ford: For showing up. It took a little horse trading to get you here, but it's plain as potatoes to me now. You get it. Coulda lit our after the crash, made a case, but you stayed.
Glenn Rhee: I made a deal.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: Yeah, you coulda broke it. What was I gonna do?
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn see's Abraham holding his knife] You gonna put that thing away tonight?
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn then comments on the cut on Abraham's hand] How about that? You gonna wrap that up?
Sgt. Abraham Ford: No, I'm gonna let it get some air. Got cut up pretty ugly last night back at the church.
Glenn Rhee: Yeah.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: Gotten to the point where everyone alive is strong now. We have to be. You're either strong and they can help you so you can help them or you're strong and they can kill ya. So you gotta kill them. You gotta kill them and... I want to say it's never easy. That's not the truth. It's the easiest thing in the world now.
Glenn Rhee: The world's gonna change, right?
Sgt. Abraham Ford: You're damn right it's gonna.

[Glenn reminds Abraham to get some sleep at the library]
Glenn Rhee: You'd better turn in. You've got a late watch.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: Yeah. I really need some ass first.
[referring to Rosita, Abraham walks off]
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn whispers to himself alone] Didn't need to know that, but cool.

[Glenn asks Eugene a question after he gives him a scientific answer]
Glenn Rhee: Why the hair?
Dr. Eugene Porter: Because I like it. And no one is takin' a scissor or clipper to it anytime soon. Do you hear me, Ms. Espinosa?
Rosita Espinosa: [Rosita laughs] Yes, loud and clear.
Dr. Eugene Porter: Y'all can laugh all you want.
Maggie Greene: No one was makin' fun.
Dr. Eugene Porter: The smartest man I ever met happened to love my hair. My old boss, T. Brooks Ellis, the director of the Human Genome Project. He said my hair made me look like, and I quote, a fun guy, which I am. I just ain't Samson.
[suddenly there's a blow to the mini-bus]

"The Walking Dead: Nebraska (#2.8)" (2012)
[Glenn tells Dave that they call the dead Walkers]
Dave: Walkers? That what you call them?
Glenn: Yeah.
Dave: That's good. I like that. I like that better than lamebrains.
Tony: More succinct.
Dave: [Dave smiles] Okay, Tony went to college.
Tony: Two years.

[Dave tells Rick what made him and Tony drive south]
Rick Grimes: Well, what drove you South?
Dave: Well, I can tell you it wasn't the weather. I must've dropped 30 lbs. in sweat alone down here.
Tony: I wish.
Dave: No, first it was D.C. I heard there might be some kind of refugee camp, but the roads were so jammed, we never even got close. We decided to get off the highways, into the sticks, keep hauling ass. Every group we came across had a new rumor about a way out of this thing.
Tony: One guy told us there was the coast guard sitting in the Gulf, sending ferries to the islands.
Dave: The latest was a rail yard in Montgomery running trains to the middle of the country... Kansas, Nebraska.
Glenn: Nebraska?
Tony: Low population, lots of guns
Glenn: Kinda makes sense.
Dave: Ever been to Nebraska, kid? A reason they call 'em 'flyover states.'

[Glenn confesses to Rick that he thinks Maggie is in love with him]
Glenn: Maggie said she loves me.
Glenn: [Glenn chuckles] She doesn't mean it. I mean she can't. I mean... well... She... she's upset or confused. She's probably feeling, like...
Rick Grimes: I think she's smart enough to know what she's feeling.
Glenn: No. No. No, you know what? She wants to be in love, so she's... she needs something to... to, like... to hold onto.
Rick Grimes: Glenn, it's pretty obvious to everyone Maggie loves you, and not just because you're one of the last men standing. So what's the problem?
Glenn: I didn't say it back.
Rick Grimes: Huh.
Glenn: I've never had a woman say that to me before except my mom, of course, and my sisters. But with Maggie, it's different. We barely know each other. What... what does she really know about me? Nothing. We're practically strangers. But I... I didn't know what to do with it. I just stood there like a jerk.
Rick Grimes: Hey. Hey, this is a good thing, something we don't get enough of these days. Enjoy it. And when we get back, return the favor. It's not like she's going anywhere.

[Glenn tells Maggie that maybe it's a good thing they found Sophia]
Glenn: You know, maybe in some weird way this is for the best. At least we know and now we can move on.
Maggie Greene: Move on?
Glenn: Yeah, it's just like... It meant so much to everyone... Finding her, you know? And then...
Maggie Greene: So now you'll just move on?
Glenn: If we can. I mean, we've lost others.

[Maggie asks Glenn what happens now that they've found Sophia]
Maggie Greene: So what happens now?
Glenn: We bury her... With your stepmom and your stepbrother.
Maggie Greene: And then?
Glenn: [Glenn kisses Maggie on top of the head] I don't know.

[Maggie asks Glenn if he'll leave when his group leaves the farmhouse]
Maggie Greene: So if your group leaves, you wouldn't stay?
Glenn: I... I hadn't really thought about it. I mean, I... I didn't know that... Do... do you think this is really the time... To discuss this, I mean?
Maggie Greene: Well, I'm not really feeling like there's a lot of time for anything.
Glenn: No, no, there... There is.

[Glenn sees Hershel at the bar asking Rick what they should do]
Glenn: So what do we do? Just wait for him to pass out?
Hershel Greene: [Hershel hears the comment] Just go.

"The Walking Dead: Us (#4.15)" (2014)
[Glenn tries to stop Maggie from burning the only photograph he has of her]
Glenn Rhee: Whoa, hey. What are you doing?
Maggie Greene: Sorry
Glenn Rhee: This is the only picture I have of you.
Maggie Greene: You don't need a picture of me. You never will again.

[Abraham demands to Glenn that the group takes a break]
Sgt. Abraham Ford: We're stopping here. Tired is slow. Slow is dead.
Glenn Rhee: It's barely noon.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: I don't give a monkey's left nut. None of us has slept more than a couple hours straight since we went all Casey Jones.

[Glenn tries to keep going with Tara after she hurts her leg]
Glenn Rhee: Look, if she can keep going, we can all keep going. Or you guys can stay here. You don't need us, we don't need you. It's okay.
Rosita Espinosa: Wow, you're an ass. She will do whatever you say because she thinks she owes you. Man up.

[Glenn apologizes to Abraham for punching him in the face]
Glenn Rhee: Sorry, I... hit you in the face.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: I'm not. I like to fight.
[Abraham smiles]

[Glenn tells Maggie she's beautiful after finally finding her]
Glenn Rhee: God, you are so beautiful.
[Maggie smiles]

[Glenn and Maggie talk about how unreal it is that they found each other]
Glenn Rhee: I can't believe it.
Maggie Greene: I know. We were right over there. A whole swarm of them came at us. And we didn't have enough bullets. I tried to think what you would do if you were here. So I just emptied my clip into the ceiling and I hoped for the best.
Glenn Rhee: That's unreal.
Maggie Greene: Kind of like asking those guys to hold off saving the world while you go look for your wife?
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn laughs] I'm a persuasive guy.

"The Walking Dead: Heads Up (#6.7)" (2015)
[first lines]
Nicholas: [in a flashback, over the snarling walkers] Thank you.
[Glenn crawls out from under Nicholas' dead body, crawling under the dumpster, killing and enclosing himself with the dead walker bodies]
Nicholas: [after one whole night and day, Glenn crawls out from under the dumpster looking for Nicholas' water bottle, as Glenn suddenly hears a voice]
Enid: Hey, head's up!
Enid: [Glenn misses the thrown water bottle from the roof] Shit. I said head's up.
Glenn Rhee: Enid?

[Glenn tells Enid who she is in this world]
Glenn Rhee: You honor the dead by going on. Even when you're scared. You live because they don't get to.

[Enid informs Glenn about Alexandria being attacked]
Glenn Rhee: What happened in Alexandria? We heard the sound. The gunfire. Enid
Enid: What happened is what always happens. People died.

[Enid aims a pistol at Glenn]
Glenn Rhee: You're not gonna pull the trigger.
Enid: I will if you make me.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn grabs and holds the gun away] Let go.
Enid: [Enid let's go of the gun] Asshole.
Glenn Rhee: You point a gun at me and I'm the asshole?

[Glenn talks to Enid while blowing up balloons for a signal]
Glenn Rhee: Who did you stay with at home?
Enid: It's not my home. I lived in Olivia's place. But I was on my own. Orphaned by walkers.
Glenn Rhee: Me, too. Probably.
Enid: It's just what happens.
Glenn Rhee: I get that you're scared.
Enid: I'm not scared.
Glenn Rhee: Yeah, you are. You don't want to lose anything again, so you give up and you say, 'That's just what happens.'

[Glenn tries to give Enid courage after seeing Alexandria surrounded by the herd of walkers]
Enid: [Enid in tears] The world is trying to die. We're supposed to just let it.
Glenn Rhee: No. You're wrong. We're not supposed to let the world die. And I sure as hell am not gonna let you die.
Enid: I'm sure your wife will forgive you.
Glenn Rhee: It's not for her anymore. Look, the walls are still up. The houses are still up. We'll find out the rest. Okay?

"The Walking Dead: Save the Last One (#2.3)" (2011)
[Glenn and T-Dog arrive to Hershel's farm late in the night]
Glenn Rhee: So do we ring the bell? I mean, it looks like people live here.
Theodore 'T-Dog' Douglas: We're past this kind of stuff, aren't we? Having to be considerate.

[Glenn officially meets Maggie outside on her porch]
Maggie Greene: Did you close the gate up the road when you drove in?
Glenn Rhee: Uh, hi. Yes, we closed it. Did the latch and everything. Hello. Nice to see you again. We, um, met before, briefly.

[Patricia and Maggie help treat T-Dog's arm infection]
Patricia: This couldn't go untreated much longer. 'Merle Dixon.' Is that your friend with the antibiotics?
Glenn Rhee: No, ma'am. Merle's no longer with us. Daryl gave us those... his brother.
Theodore 'T-Dog' Douglas: Not sure I'd call him a friend.
Patricia: He is today. This doxycycline might have just saved your life. You know what Merle was taking it for?
Glenn Rhee: The clap.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn shyly looks to Maggie] Um, venereal disease. That's what Daryl said.
Patricia: I'd say Merle Dixon's clap was the best thing to ever happen to you.
Theodore 'T-Dog' Douglas: [T-Dog mumbles in pain] I'm really trying not to think about that.

[Maggie catches Glenn praying on her front porch]
Maggie Greene: Are you praying?
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn gets startled] Why do you sneak up on people so much?
Maggie Greene: [Maggie smiles] You're easy to sneak up on.
Glenn Rhee: I was praying. I was trying to.
Maggie Greene: You religious? You pray a lot?
Glenn Rhee: Actually, uh, this was my first try.
Maggie Greene: Ever? Wow. Sorry. I didn't mean to wreck your first time.
Glenn Rhee: God probably got the gist.

[Glenn on the front porch asks Maggie if she thinks God exists]
Glenn Rhee: You think... you think God exists?
Maggie Greene: I always took it on faith. Lately I've wondered. Everything that's happened, there must have been a lot of praying going on. It seems quite a few went unanswered.
Glenn Rhee: Thanks. This is really helping.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie smiles] Sorry. Go ahead. Really.

[Glenn tells Maggie about the death of Otis]
Maggie Greene: [Maggie cries] I've known Otis since I was a kid. He's run this farm since before my mother died.
Glenn Rhee: Who else? Who'd you lose?
Glenn Rhee: [Maggie remains silent] You told me I had to make it okay somehow. That's what you've been trying to do, right? Which ones?
Maggie Greene: [Maggie in tears] Stepmother. Stepbrother.

"The Walking Dead: Tell It to the Frogs (#1.3)" (2010)
[Rick asks for Glenn to join him on his plan to save Merle Dixon]
Lori Grimes: So you and Daryl, that's your big plan?
Glenn Rhee: [Rick looks to Glenn] Oh, come on.
Rick Grimes: You know the way. You've been there before... In and out, no problem. You said so yourself. It's not fair of me to ask... I know that, but I'd feel a lot better with you along. I know she would too.

[Rick and Morales see Glenn speed past them back to the campsite]
Glenn Rhee: Whoo-hoo!
Morales: [as Rick and Morales see Glenn continuing to holler as he speeds past their truck] At least somebody's having a good day.

[Shane and Dale finally turn off the car alarm to Glenn's stolen Mustang]
Shane Walsh: Are you crazy, driving this wailing bastard up here? Are you trying to draw every Walker for miles?
Dale Horvath: I think we're okay.
Shane Walsh: You call being stupid okay?
Dale Horvath: Well, the alarm was echoing all over these hills. Hard to pinpoint the source. I'm not arguing. I'm just saying. It wouldn't hurt you to think things through a little more carefully next time, would it?
Glenn Rhee: Sorry. Got a cool car.

[the group sees Rick get out of the truck after they return from Atlanta]
Shane Walsh: How'd y'all get out of there anyway?
Glenn Rhee: New guy... He got us out.
Shane Walsh: New guy?
Morales: Yeah, crazy Vato just got into town. Hey, helicopter boy! Come say hello. The guy's a cop like you.
Rick Grimes: [when Shane sees Rick, Rick sees Lori and Carl, Rick whispers] Oh, my god.
Carl Grimes: [Carl screams, running up to his father, as Rick cries] Dad! Dad!

[Rick and T-Dog suggest to who is going to tell Daryl Dixon about leaving Merle Dixon behind]
T-Dog: Have you given any thought to Daryl Dixon? He won't be happy to hear his brother was left behind.
T-Dog: I'll tell him. I dropped the key. It's on me.
Rick Grimes: I cuffed him. That makes it mine.
Glenn Rhee: Guys, it's not a competition. I don't mean to bring race into this, but it might sound better coming from a white guy.

[Glenn watches the men at the campsite strip apart the stolen Mustang]
Glenn Rhee: [Rick walks up next to Glenn] Look at 'em. Vultures. Yeah, go on, strip it clean.
Dale Horvath: Generators need every drop of fuel they can get. Got no power without it. Sorry, Glenn.
Glenn Rhee: Thought I'd get to drive it at least a few more days.
Rick Grimes: [Rick smiles] Maybe we'll get to steal another one someday.

"The Walking Dead: Killer Within (#3.4)" (2012)
[T-Dog tries telling the group to give the inmates Oscar and Axel a chance with them]
Maggie Greene: They're strangers. I don't... it feels weird all of a sudden to have these other people around.
T-Dog: You brought us in.
Maggie Greene: Yeah, but you turned up with a shot boy in your arms. Didn't give us a choice.
Glenn Rhee: They can't even kill Walkers.
Carol Peletier: They're convicts, bottom line.
T-Dog: Those two might actually have less blood on their hands than we do.
Daryl Dixon: I get guys like this. Hell, I grew up with them. They're degenerates, but they ain't psychos. I could have been with them just as easy as I'm out here with you guys.
T-Dog: So are you with me?
Daryl Dixon: Hell, no! Let 'em take their chances out on the road, just like we did.

[Rick's group sees Glenn and Maggie messing around in the guard tower]
Carol Peletier: Where's Glenn and Maggie? We could use some help.
Daryl Dixon: Up in the guard tower.
Rick Grimes: Guard tower? They were just up there last night.
Daryl Dixon: [Daryl shouts up to the guard tower] Glenn! Maggie!
Glenn Rhee: [as Glenn steps out half undressed] Hey, what's up guys?
Daryl Dixon: [when some of the group chuckles] You comin'?
Glenn Rhee: [as Maggie steps out nervously] What?
Daryl Dixon: You comin'? Come on, we could use a hand.
Glenn Rhee: Yeah, we'll be right down!
Maggie Greene: [as Glenn and Maggie both head back into the guard tower, Maggie whispers] Sickos.

[Glenn hands Axel and Oscar enough food to last them up to a week on the road]
Glenn Rhee: There's enough food in there to last you guys a week. Cut you loose when we get back.
Axel: Thank you, bro.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn pauses before walking away] Sit tight.
Oscar: [Oscar to Axel] 'Thank you bro'?

[Rick suggests to Glenn that they bury all of the prisoner Walker bodies]
Rick Grimes: We'll throw as much wood as we can in the dog run.
Glenn Rhee: Won't the fire attract more Walkers? Maybe we should bury them.
Rick Grimes: We're behind the fence. It's worth the one-time risk to get rid of the bodies for good. I don't want to be planting crops in Walker-rotted soil.

[Glenn tells Daryl that Hershel is one tough son of a bitch]
Glenn Rhee: [as the two see Hershel on crutches] He is one tough son of a bitch.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn shouts out to Hershel] All right Hershel!
Daryl Dixon: Shh! Keep your cheers down.
Glenn Rhee: [when Glenn sees the Walkers behind the fence] Oh, man, can't we just have one good day?

"The Walking Dead: Better Angels (#2.12)" (2012)
[Glenn carries his bed supplies into Hershel's home]
Maggie Greene: You can put your stuff upstairs in my room.
Glenn Rhee: With your dad in the house?
[as Maggie smiles]

[Andrea tells Glenn that Dale was proud of him]
Glenn Rhee: I let him down.
Andrea Harrison: He was proud of you. Maybe not in that moment, but overall.
Glenn Rhee: Oh, that's easy for you to say. You had his back.
Andrea Harrison: I have my share of regrets, but I think that he knew how much we cared for him.

[Glenn and Daryl search the woods for Randall]
Glenn Rhee: We're just back to square one.
Daryl Dixon: If you're gonna do a thing, you might as well do it right.

[Glenn and Daryl start to follow a set of two tracks]
Daryl Dixon: There's two sets of tracks right here. Shane must've followed him a lot longer than he said.
Daryl Dixon: [Daryl aims his flashlight to a tree] There's fresh blood on this tree. There's more tracks. Looks like they're walking in tandem.
Glenn Rhee: Sorry.
Daryl Dixon: Yeah, there was a little dust up right here.
Glenn Rhee: What do you mean?
Daryl Dixon: I mean something went down.
Glenn Rhee: It's getting weird.
[when the two hear a snap in the woods]

[Daryl and Glenn examine Randall's dead Walker body]
Daryl Dixon: He got his neck broke. He's got no bites.
Glenn Rhee: Yeah, none you can see.
Daryl Dixon: No, I'm telling you he died from this.
Glenn Rhee: How's that possible?

"The Walking Dead: Pretty Much Dead Already (#2.7)" (2011)
[Glenn asks to talk to Maggie while she collects some eggs]
Maggie Greene: Give me your hat. You said talk to you, I'm talking to you. Give me your hat.
Glenn: [as Maggie puts an egg in Glenn's hat, crushing it back over his head] Why would you waste an egg like that?
Maggie Greene: I think it was rotten.

[Glenn tells Maggie that he never wants her in danger ever]
Glenn: [about the barn full of Walkers] I had to tell them.
Maggie: You did not.
Glenn: No, I did. I wanted to. Listen, you see I forgot. Okay? I forgot, or I stopped thinking about it, or maybe I didn't want to think about it. I let them lower me into that well like it was fun, like I was playing 'Portal.' It's a video game.
Maggie: Of course it's a video game.
Glenn: And then the pharmacy happened yesterday and I realized something. I forgot that they're dangerous. I don't care if they're sick people or dead people, they're dangerous. And then I realized something else. That I don't want you in danger ever. So I hate to blow your dad's big secret, but I'm sick of secrets. Secrets get you killed. And I'd rather have you pissed off at me and alive than liking me and dead. So that's why I told them.
Maggie: [Glenn starts to walk away] Hey, Walker-Bait!
Glenn: [Glenn stops] Don't call me that.
Maggie: Okay, Glenn.
[as Maggie smiles before kissing Glenn on the lips]

[Rick's entire group sits around a tent outside of Hershel's farmhouse]
Glenn: Um, guys. So... The barn is full of Walkers.
[when the group suddenly freezes staring at Glenn]

[Glenn takes watch on top of the RV for Dale]
Glenn: Any chance you got an extra hat?
Dale Horvath: Nope.
Glenn: [Dale tosses his hat up to Glenn] Thanks.

[Rick screams for Shane to not open the barn full of Walkers]
Rick Grimes: No, Shane! Do not do this, brother! Please!
Glenn: Don't do it!
Lori Grimes: Rick!
Rick Grimes: [Rick screams] Please!
Shane Walsh: [Shane opens the barn door] Come on. Come on, we're out here!

"The Walking Dead: Judge, Jury, Executioner (#2.11)" (2012)
[Hershel asks Glenn where his family is from]
Hershel Greene: Where's your family from?
Glenn Rhee: Michigan. But, uh, before that, Korea.
Hershel Greene: Immigrants built this country. Never forget that.

[Hershel tells Glenn that their family is from Ireland]
Hershel Greene: Our family came from Ireland.
Glenn Rhee: Maggie Greene... I kinda figured.
[Glenn smiles]

[Hershel tells Glenn the story about the watch he gives to him]
Hershel Greene: My grandfather brought this over from the old country. He passed it on to my father, who passed it on to me. I pawned it to pay for a night of drinking I no longer remember.
Glenn Rhee: You bought it back.
Hershel Greene: My late wife did... Josephine, Maggie's mother. She gave it back years later when I sobered up. She was a good woman, my Jo. Maggie's a lot like her.

[Dale learns that he's the only one defending Randall from being executed]
Rick Grimes: Well, let's... let's just see where everybody stands, then we can talk through the options.
Shane Walsh: Well, where I sit, there's only one way to move forward.
Dale Horvath: Killing him, right? I mean, why even bother to even take a vote? It's clear which way the wind's blowing.
Rick Grimes: Well, if people believe we should spare him, I wanna know.
Dale Horvath: Well, I can tell you it's a small group... maybe just me and Glenn.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn hesitates to disagree with Dale] Look, I... I think you're pretty much right about everything, all the time, but this...
Dale Horvath: They've got you scared.
Glenn Rhee: He's not one of us. And we've... we've lost too many people already.

[the group express their lack of trust in having Randall alive]
Dale Horvath: He could be an asset. Give him a chance to prove himself.
Glenn Rhee: Put him to work?
Rick Grimes: We're not letting him walk around.
Maggie Greene: We could put an escort on him.
Shane Walsh: Who wants to volunteer for that duty?
Dale Horvath: I will.
Rick Grimes: I don't think any of us should be walking around with this guy.
Lori Grimes: He's right. I wouldn't feel safe unless he was tied up.
Maggie Greene: We can't exactly put chains around his ankles, sentence him to hard labor.

"The Walking Dead: Thank You (#6.3)" (2015)
[first lines]
[Rick and the group have to retreat into the woods, away from the herd that heads towards Alexandria]
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn stops beside Rick] Try again.
Rick Grimes: [Rick talks into the walkie-talkie] Tobin, it's not stopping. Light it up, you hear me? Tobin!
Michonne: [a single walker snarls coming at Rick] Michonne.
Michonne: [Michonne runs alongside Rick] Got it.
Sturgess: Shit! Shit! It was half. Jesus, it was more than half.
Annie: We gotta stay ahead of them. They walk, we run.

[Glenn and Nicholas climb to the top of a dumpster and become surrounded by dozens of snarling, reaching walkers on all sides]
[Nicholas goes into a state of shock at the sight of the walkers, as he hears a muffled Glenn trying to call to him]
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn screams out for Nicholas to look at him, as Glenn looks at Nicholas in the eyes] Hey, look at me! Look at me!
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn finally gets his attention] Hey! Hey! Nicholas! Look at me!
Nicholas: [Nicholas looks at Glenn in a daze, as he holds his pistol up to the side of his head murmuring to Glenn] Thank you.
[the hammer of the gun clicks, as the blood sprays onto Glenn with the two falling into the crowd of walkers]

[Rick talks alone with Glenn and Michonne about the plan to get back to Alexandria]
Rick Grimes: Glenn, Michonne. If something's in front of you, you kill it. No hiding, no waiting. You keep going.
Glenn Rhee: I'm going with you, you can't do this on your own.
Rick Grimes: Glenn, I can do this.
Michonne: [to Glenn] You need to help me. We've got to get these people back.
Rick Grimes: Yeah. Thing is, they aren't all gonna make it.
Michonne: Rick.
Rick Grimes: You try to save them, you try, but if they can't keep up, you keep going. You have to. You make sure you get back.

[Glenn comes up with a plan to try and re-direct the herd away from Alexandria]
Glenn Rhee: Hey, I was thinking, if we can find a way to distract the herd coming in, then they won't make it back to the community.
Heath: How?
Glenn Rhee: Burn one of the buildings. Hopefully more. They'll get drawn to it and stop here.
Heath: It's gonna take some time.
Michonne: I'll do it. You stay with them.
Glenn Rhee: It's my plan. It's on me.
Michonne: You have a wife, Glenn.
Glenn Rhee: That's why I'm doing this. You've got to get everybody back. You're the one who can. If I take too long, you just go.
Michonne: I'm not leaving without you. This is not the way this works.
Glenn Rhee: I will meet you there. If I get stuck out here, I'll find some way to show you guys I'm okay. We all have a job to do.
Nicholas: There's a feed store. It's old. A lot of dry stuff inside. It should go up easy. I'll go with you.
Nicholas: [Glenn puts his head down] I can - I can draw you a map
Glenn Rhee: No. You lead the way. Just gotta do one thing first.
[Glenn takes a minute to call Rick on the walkie-talkie, seeing his pocket watch]
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn calls Rick on the walkie-talkie as Rick continues to run for the RV, killing a small group of walkers] Rick, it's Glenn. We're in a town five degrees east of the green marker. If you get around on Redding in the next 20 minutes, you should be good. I think that's how far we're ahead of the herd. I'm gonna try to set a fire and distract them. If you don't see smoke, they're still coming your way. I got to go. Good luck, dumbass.

[Nicholas recognizes a walker from the community while in the street with Glenn]
Nicholas: [the walker snarls from the ground] Wait. It should be me. He was on my crew. His name was Will. He was 19. We left him behind.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn tries to remind Nicholas who he is now] You're not that guy anymore. Hey, you are here now. You are not that guy anymore. Okay.
[Nicholas kneels down to kill the walker]

"The Walking Dead: Vatos (#1.4)" (2010)
[Rick and the group see that Merle cauterized his stump]
Daryl Dixon: Told you he was tough. Nobody can kill Merle but Merle.
Rick Grimes: Don't take that on faith. He's lost a lot of blood.
Daryl Dixon: Yeah? Didn't stop him from busting out of this death trap.
Glenn: He left the building? Why the hell would he do that?
Daryl Dixon: Why wouldn't he? He's out there alone as far as he knows, doing what he's got to do. Surviving.
T-Dog: You call that surviving? Just wandering out in the streets, maybe passing out? What are his odds out there?
Daryl Dixon: No worse than being handcuffed and left to rot by you sorry pricks.

[Daryl asks Glenn what did he do before the apocalypse]
Daryl Dixon: Hey, kid, what'd you do before all this?
Glenn: Delivered pizzas. Why?

[Daryl and Glenn start to head to the street filled with Walkers]
Daryl Dixon: You got some balls for a Chinaman.
Glenn: I'm Korean.
Daryl Dixon: Whatever.

[the group heads back to the van to leave Atlanta]
Glenn: Admit it, you only came back to Atlanta for the hat.
Rick Grimes: [Rick smiles while wearing his Sheriff's hat] Don't tell anybody.

"The Walking Dead: What Happened and What's Going On (#5.9)" (2015)
[first lines]
Father Gabriel Stokes: [Father Gabriel reads from the Bible at Beth's burial] We look at not what can be seen, but we look at what can not be seen. For what can be seen is temporary... but what cannot be seen is eternal. For we know the earthly tent we live in is destroyed, we have a building from God, a house not made with hand, eternal in the heavens.
Noah: She was gonna come with me.
Rick Grimes: How far?
Noah: Outside Richmond, Virginia.
Rick Grimes: It was secure. It has a wall, homes, 20 people. Beth wanted to go with him. She wanted him to get there. It's a long trip, but if it works out, it's the last long trip we have to make.
Glenn Rhee: What if it ain't around anymore?
Rick Grimes: Then we keep going.
Michonne: Then we find a new place.
Mika Samuels: [we see in a flash forward Mika talking] It's better now.

[Rick talks to Glenn about Dawn's last moments, and getting Noah back home like Beth would've wanted]
Rick Grimes: [Rick and the group realize Noah's home didn't survive] You didn't think it would still be here?
Glenn Rhee: Did you?
Rick Grimes: After it happened, right after with Beth in the hospital, I saw that woman Dawn. She didn't mean to do it. I knew it, I saw it. But I wanted to kill her. I remember I just wondered if it even mattered. One way or another. Didn't have a thing to do with Beth. I don't know if I thought it would still be here. But Beth wanted to get him here. She wanted to get him back home. This was for her. And it could have been for us, too.

[Michonne talks to Rick and Glenn about what the group needs to do, seeing the sliced up corpses on the ground]
Michonne: Washington. Eugene lied about a cure, but he thought of Washington for a reason.
Glenn Rhee: But he was lying.
Michonne: About the cure, but he did the math and realized that Washington was the place where there would be a chance. We're close. What if there are people there? Huh? What if it's someplace we can be safe. We're 100 miles away. It's a possibility. It's a chance. Instead of just being out here. Instead of just making it. Because right now, this is what making it looks like.
Michonne: [Rick and Glenn look down at the sliced body parts] Don't you want one more day with a chance?

[Tyreese begins to hallucinate again when he see's Beth playing the guitar]
Beth Greene: [Beth sings to Tyreese] Every man has a right to live / Love is all we have to give / Together we struggle... by our will to survive / And together we fight just to stay alive / Struggling man has got to move / Struggling man no time to lose / I'm a struggling man / And I've got to move on
Beth Greene: [Beth talks to Tyreese] It's okay, Tyreese. You got to know that now.
Bob Stookey: It's okay that you didn't want to be a part of it anymore Ty.
Beth Greene: You don't have to be a part of it.
Martin: See, that's your problem right there.
Tyreese Williams: What's my problem?
Martin: You don't want to be part of it, but part of it is being now. That's what it is. Open your eyes.
Beth Greene: You don't have to. Not if you don't want to.
Mika Samuels: You don't. It's better now.
The Governor: You told me you'd earn your keep. You had no idea what you were talking about, did you? Did you? Your eyes were open, but you didn't want to see. Even though I made you see it. I showed you. Did you adapt? Did you change? No. That you would sit there in front of a woman who killed someone you loved... and you would forgive her.
Bob Stookey: That's all there is.
The Governor: This is all there is. This is it.
Tyreese Williams: I didn't know who I was talking to. I said I would do what I had to, to earn my keep. But I didn't know you. But I know - I know who I am. I know what happened and what's going on. I know. You didn't show me shit. You, you're dead. Everything that you were is dead. And it's - It's not over. I forgave her because... it's not over.
Tyreese Williams: [Tyreese begins crying] It's not over. It's not - It's not over. I didn't turn away. I kept listening to the news so I could do what I could to help. I'm not giving up. You hear? I'm not giving up! People like me - People like me, they can live. Ain't nobody got to die today.
The Governor: You have to pay the bill.
[the Governor pushes Tyreese back to the ground, as Lizzie quietly moves up next to Tyreese with a smile, holding up Tyreese's arm]
The Governor: [when Tyreese suddenly wakes up out of a hallucination, seeing Rick holding up his arm]
Rick Grimes: You hold him!
Glenn Rhee: I got it! Go!
Rick Grimes: One hit! Clean! Go!
[Michonne takes a swing with her samurai sword to Tyreese's arm]

"The Walking Dead: TS-19 (#1.6)" (2010)
[Jenner tells the group what happened to everyone at the C.D.C. facility]
Dr. Edwin Jenner: Well, when things got bad, a lot of people just left. Went off to be with their families. And when things got worse, when the military cordon got overrun, the rest bolted.
Shane Walsh: Every last one?
Dr. Edwin Jenner: No... Many couldn't face walking out the door. They... Opted out. There was a rash of suicides. That was a bad time.
Andrea: You didn't leave. Why?
Dr. Edwin Jenner: I just kept working. Hoping to do some good.
Glenn Rhee: Dude, you are such a buzzkill, man.

[Jenner takes Rick's group into the housing area of the C.D.C. facility]
Dr. Edwin Jenner: If you shower, go easy on the hot water.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn smiles] Hot water?
Theodore 'T-Dog' Douglas: [T-Dog smiles] That's what the man said.

[Rick sees the food left by Jenner for their morning hangovers]
Rick Grimes: Where'd all this come from?
Lori Grimes: Jenner.
Rick Grimes: [Rick hands Lori the bottle of aspirins] Could you help me, please?
Lori Grimes: He thought we could use it. Some of us, at least.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn holds his face in his arm] Don't ever, ever, ever let me drink again.

[last lines]
Dale Horvath: [the group prepares to drive off from the fallen C.D.C. facility, as Dale helps Andrea up] Come on. Come on.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn opens the RV door] Come on. Come on. Get in, get in, get in! Get in!
[as the group begins to slowly drive off together]

"The Walking Dead: What Lies Ahead (#2.1)" (2011)
[in a deleted scene, Rick's group returns to the Vatos gang only to find them all murdered]
Glenn Rhee: What the hell happened?
Andrea: What do you think? They got overrun.
Daryl Dixon: [Daryl scoffs] Pfft.
Andrea: Something to say?
Daryl Dixon: Yeah. How about 'observant'?
Andrea: 'Observant.' Big word from a guy like you. Three whole syllables.
Daryl Dixon: Walkers didn't do this. Geeks didn't show up until all this went down. Somebody attacked this place. Killed all these people, took whatever they wanted. They're all shot in the head execution style. You're all worried about walkers? I'd be much more worried about the people who came here and did all this. Get a dictionary. Look it up. Observant!
[Rick's group remains silent to see it's true]

[the group begins making a list of suggestions for items to scavenge]
Shane Walsh: If you can't find a radiator hose here...
Daryl Dixon: There's a whole bunch of stuff we can find.
T-Dog: I can siphon more fuel from these cars for a start.
Carol Peletier: Maybe some water.
Glenn Rhee: Or food.
Lori Grimes: [as Lori makes a comment about the interstate] This is a graveyard. I don't know how I feel about this.

[Andrea and Shane name the group of Walkers on the interstate as a Herd]
Andrea: I'm still freaked out from that herd that passed us by, or whatever you'd call it.
Glenn Rhee: Yeah, what was that? All of them just marching along like that.
Shane Walsh: A herd. That sounds about right. We've seen it. It's like the night the camp got attacked. Some wandering pack, only fewer.

"The Walking Dead: 30 Days Without an Accident (#4.1)" (2013)
[Maggie tells Glenn that she isn't pregnant]
Maggie Greene: I'm not pregnant.
Glenn Rhee: You know?
Maggie Greene: I know.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn gasps] Oh, thank God.
Maggie Greene: Yeah.
Glenn Rhee: Oh, my God.
Maggie Greene: I didn't want to, but we could have. We can have lives here.
Glenn Rhee: How can you say that after today? After Lori?
Maggie Greene: Because I don't want to be afraid of being alive.
Glenn Rhee: Being afraid is what's kept us alive.
Maggie Greene: No. It's how we kept breathing.

[Glenn asks for Maggie to stay behind from going out on the run]
Glenn Rhee: I don't think you should go today.
Maggie Greene: Really?
Glenn Rhee: Yeah.
Maggie Greene: We have the suits.
Glenn Rhee: Yeah, but you don't have to go. You shouldn't.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie sits up to Glenn's face] You know everything's gonna work out, right? Right?
Glenn Rhee: Right. Right.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn kisses Maggie's lips] But you're staying, okay?
Maggie Greene: [Maggie smiles] Fine.

[Bob asks Sasha to go on the run with her]
Bob Stookey: Let me earn my keep.
Sasha Williams: You were out on your own when Daryl found you.
Bob Stookey: That's right.
Sasha Williams: I just want to make sure you know how to play on a team.
Daryl Dixon: We ain't gonna do it unless it's easy.
Glenn Rhee: You know he was a medic in the Army.
Bob Stookey: [Bob looks to Sasha, smiling] You a hell of a tough sell. You know that?
Sasha Williams: [when Sasha finally agrees] Okay.

"The Walking Dead: Knots Untie (#6.11)" (2016)
[Abraham asks Glenn a question about him and Maggie]
Sgt. Abraham Ford: When you were, uh, pouring the Bisquick, were you trying to make pancakes?
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn initially doesn't know what to say] Uh... Yes? Oh, okay, um...

[Jesus talks to Rick and his community]
Paul 'Jesus' Rovia: Look, we got off to a bad start. But we're on the same side - The living side. You and Rick had every reason to leave me out there, but you didn't. I'm from a place that's a lot like this one. Part of my job is searching out for other settlements to trade with. I took your truck because my community needs things, and both of you looked like trouble. I was wrong. You're good people. And this is a good place. I think our communities may be in position to help each other.
Glenn Rhee: Do you have food?
Paul 'Jesus' Rovia: We've started to raise livestock. We scavenge, we grow. Everything from tomatoes to sorghum.
Rick Grimes: Tell us why we should believe you?
Paul 'Jesus' Rovia: I'll show you. If we take the car, I can take you back home in a day, and you can all see for yourselves who we are and what we have to offer.
Maggie Greene: Wait, you're looking for 'more' settlements. You mean you're already trading with other groups?
Paul 'Jesus' Rovia: [Jesus sits back smiling] Your world's about to get a whole lot bigger.

[Glenn responds to Abraham's Bisquick question]
Sgt. Abraham Ford: Well, given the precarious state of affairs on any given Sunday, I am damn near floored that you or anyone else would have the cojones to make a call like that.
Glenn Rhee: [about Maggie] I mean, well... We're trying to build something, me and her. All of us.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: For the record, I see rain coming, I'm wearing galoshes. I double up.

"The Walking Dead: Remember (#5.12)" (2015)
[Aiden and Glenn return from their dry run]
Aiden Monroe: You three need new gigs. You're not ready for runs yet.
Glenn Rhee: Yeah, pretty sure you got that backwards.
Aiden Monroe: Hey, hey. Look, we got a way of doing things around here.
Glenn Rhee: You tied up walkers.
Aiden Monroe: It killed our friend! I'm not having this conversation. You obey my orders out there.
Glenn Rhee: Oh, then we're just as screwed as your last run crew.
Aiden Monroe: [pauses before getting in Glenn's face] Say that again.
Tara Chambler: No. Back off, Aiden.
Noah: Come on, man. Just take a step back.
Aiden Monroe: Come on, tough guy!
Glenn Rhee: No one's impressed, man. Walk away.
Deanna Monroe: [runs to the gates] Aiden! What is going on?
Aiden Monroe: This guy's got a problem with the way we do things. Why did you let these people in?
Glenn Rhee: Because we actually know what we're doing out there.
[Aiden throws a punch to Glenn but misses, Glenn then takes Aiden down, and Daryl drops Nicholas to the ground]
Deanna Monroe: Aiden! That's enough! I said that is enough.
Rick Grimes: [runs in from the distance and tries to pull Daryl back] Whoa, whoa! Hey, hey, hey! Let's not do this now.
Daryl Dixon: Tell him.
Michonne: [standing in front of Aiden who gets back on his feet] You want to end up on your ass again?

Deanna Monroe: [to Rick] I told you I had a job for you. I'd like you to be our constable. That's what you were. That's what you are.
[to Michonne]
Deanna Monroe: And you too. Will you accept?
Rick Grimes: Okay.
Michonne: Yeah, I'm in.
Deanna Monroe: [to Glenn, about Aiden] Thank you.
Glenn Rhee: For what?
Deanna Monroe: For knocking him on his ass.

[Deanna records Glenn on camera]
Glenn Rhee: We need to make this work.
Deanna Monroe: Why?
Glenn Rhee: 'Cause... we were almost out there too long.

"The Walking Dead: Try (#5.15)" (2015)
[Glenn confronts Nicholas about putting people's lives in danger]
Glenn Rhee: Nicholas, don't talk, just listen. Those four people you lost on that run, that's on you. And Noah, that's on you, too. Those five lives, you have to carry that. People like you are supposed to be dead, but these walls went up just in time, so you're not. You don't go outside those walls anymore. Not by yourself, not with anyone else. And that's how you're gonna survive.
Nicholas: Who the hell do you think you are?
Glenn Rhee: I'm someone who knows who you are. I know what you did. And it's not gonna happen again.
Nicholas: I've been protecting this place, helping provide for it. You just got here.
Glenn Rhee: Don't forget what I said.
Nicholas: Are you threatening me?
Glenn Rhee: No. I'm saving you.
[Glenn peacefully walks away]

[the camera cuts back and forth to Nicholas and Glenn telling their different stories of what happened with the loss of Aiden and Noah out on the run]
Nicholas: [Nicholas talks into Deanna's video recorder] Aiden was trying to save us from a roamer, shooting at it. Then Glenn distracted him.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn talks to Rick out on Rick's porch] I saw the grenades. I tried to stop him.
Nicholas: They just wanted to go, I didn't.
Glenn Rhee: He was gonna run.
Nicholas: I wasn't gonna leave.
Deanna Monroe: What about Tara?
Nicholas: I wasn't gonna leave her.
Glenn Rhee: But we made him stay. Couldn't get Aiden out of there without help.
Nicholas: Then when we got into the lobby...
Glenn Rhee: All he had to do was hold the door.
Nicholas: ...He was hitting on the glass, pushing my door open. They were gonna kill me.
Glenn Rhee: But he panicked.
Nicholas: Or they were trying to. Or they just didn't care.
Glenn Rhee: Noah, I had him. I had his hand.
Nicholas: And if I didn't push back, I'd be dead, too.
Glenn Rhee: I tried. I watched him die.
Nicholas: They did this. It was them.
Deanna Monroe: But you all came back together. How did that happen?
Spencer Monroe: Mom, what are you doing?
Deanna Monroe: I need it for later. We have to do this now. No guns. No going outside the walls. The same goes for Glenn until I finish looking into this.
Nicholas: What do you need to look into? I'm telling you how it went down. These people have to go. They are not like us. I know you see it, too.
Deanna Monroe: You don't know what I see, Nicholas. And I see a great deal.
[Deanna stops watching the video recording of Nicholas as Glenn stops telling his story to Rick]

[Glenn talks to Rick about the people in the community after the death of Noah and Aiden]
Glenn Rhee: I almost left him out there. Could have told a story. What, you think I should have?
Rick Grimes: They don't know what they're doing. Any of them.
Glenn Rhee: We'll show them.
Rick Grimes: I don't know if they can see it. How things really are. I don't know if they can yet. They haven't caught up.
Glenn Rhee: We have to be here. We have to.
Rick Grimes: Yeah, we do. But their rules, we don't answer to them.
Glenn Rhee: We are them, Rick. We are now. Noah, he believed in this place. I'm telling you, we gotta make this work.
[Rick walks off]

"The Walking Dead: Isolation (#4.3)" (2013)
[Hershel suggests separating the youngest group members from being exposed]
Hershel Greene: There's no telling how long it'll be before Daryl and his group return. Wouldn't it make sense for us to separate the most vulnerable? We can use the administration building. Separate office, separate room.
Glenn Rhee: Who is the most vulnerable?
Hershel Greene: The very young.
Glenn Rhee: What about the old?
[as Hershel remains silent]

[Hershel puts a cold rag to Glenn's forehead]
Glenn Rhee: I'm fine. I'm fine.
Hershel Greene: [Hershel puts a cold rag on Glenn's forehead] Keep this on your forehead. Veterinarian's orders.

[Hershel tells Glenn that his job is to keep believing]
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn sighs] This sucks. After everything, we just get taken out by a glorified cold.
Hershel Greene: Don't say things like that. Don't even think things like that.
Glenn Rhee: All I can do is stop saying them.
Hershel Greene: No, you can do more. We got this far somehow, you can believe somehow. Now we all have jobs here. That one's yours.

"The Walking Dead: Crossed (#5.7)" (2014)
[Glenn talks to Tara when Abraham's group is stopped on the road unsure of what to do next]
Glenn Rhee: They got no clue we're here.
Tara Chambler: That's great news for GREATM. In less great news for GREATM, we just scraped the bottom of the water barrel.
Glenn Rhee: What's GREATM?
Tara Chambler: Us. Group name, Solidarity. Band of brothers.
Tara Chambler: [Glenn notices on top of each water bottle cap is a letter representing all of the group members] GREATM.

[Tara and Glenn discuss Eugene's big lie]
Tara Chambler: Listen, I don't know what to do without D.C. anymore, but I'm not dealing with him. I'm over it. I just want him to be okay. Eugene wasn't strong. He isn't fast. He doesn't know how to use a weapon. The truth hurts, but he's useless. He had one skill that kept him living. Are we suppose to be mad at him 'cause he used it?
Glenn Rhee: Damn right.

[Rosita talks about how she came in contact with Abraham and Eugene]
Tara Chambler: Were you with Abrahma before it all happened?
Rosita Espinosa: No. No, I was with other people just trying to make it.
Glenn Rhee: How did you wind up together?
Rosita Espinosa: We crossed paths in Dallas. Me and my group, we were fighting off some dead ones and he jumped in from out of nowhere with that big truck. Rest in peace. He had Eugene in the cab. And afterwards, he told me that he was trying to save the world. And then he saw what I could do. And he wanted my help. He was the first person to ask me for that since this all started. Maybe he was lying too.

"The Walking Dead: Sick (#3.2)" (2012)
[Rick tells Glenn to not leave Hershel's side while he's unconscious]
Rick Grimes: Do not leave his side! If he dies, you need to be there for that. You think you can do this? Maggie will be there.
Glenn Rhee: I got it.
Rick Grimes: I can bring T in...
Glenn Rhee: I got it.
Rick Grimes: Good.

[Maggie and Glenn talk about Hershel no longer being able to run]
Maggie Greene: [Maggie hugs onto Glenn] What are we gonna do without him?
Glenn Rhee: Hey, stop it. All right? Stop it. He's still here.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie with tears in her eyes] What if he does wake up? Then what? He can't even walk. All we do is run.
Glenn Rhee: Hey... this won't break him. Okay? He's got you and Beth.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie whispers] Am I the only person living in reality here?
Glenn Rhee: We've been through so much already.
Maggie Greene: You're expecting it, too.
Glenn Rhee: I'm not expecting, all right? I'm just prepared.

[Glenn helps Carol choose a Walker to practice doing a C-Section on]
Glenn Rhee: Everything you're saying is completely sane. You're wanting to use a Walker for practice is a sane thing. I mean it, okay? I'm just... I'm just trying to wrap my mind around it.
Carol Peletier: Lori's overdue. She had Carl by C-section. She's probably gonna have to have this one the same way. Hershel had a little bit of experience with this kind of thing, but he's not gonna be able to do it anymore. I need experience, and we have plenty of cadavers.
Glenn Rhee: All right, well, like I said, it's completely sane.
Carol Peletier: I need to learn how to cut through the abdomen and uterus without cutting the baby.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn hangs his head] Why not?

"The Walking Dead: Triggerfinger (#2.9)" (2012)
[Glenn tells Maggie that he only thought about saving himself]
Maggie Greene: What's going on with you?
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn sighs] Your dad saved my life today. And Rick saved us both. And I... I froze.
Maggie Greene: Well, you were being shot at.
Glenn Rhee: I know, but...
Maggie Greene: You don't have anything to prove.
Glenn Rhee: All I've done, then this... okay. It's because of what you said.
Maggie Greene: That I love you?
Glenn Rhee: Yeah. A bullet hit the wall behind me and I... I thought of you... Losing me, hurting. And I couldn't take it, so I hid to stay alive.
Maggie Greene: [Maggie reaches in to hold Glenn] Glenn.
Glenn Rhee: No-no-no. No, you don't get it. Rick, your dad... They were counting on me and I... I only thought of myself.
[Glenn walks off as Maggie starts to cry]

[first lines]
Glenn Rhee: [Rick, Hershel and Glenn stand over the dead body of Tony at the bar] Holy shit.
Rick Grimes: You all right?
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn takes a deep breath] Yeah.
Rick Grimes: Hershel?
Hershel Greene: [Hershel pauses] Let's head back.

[Hershel tells Glenn that Rick wants him to try for the car outside the bar]
Hershel Greene: Rick wants you to try for the car.
Glenn Rhee: Try?
Hershel Greene: You'll try and succeed. I'll cover you.
Glenn Rhee: That's a great plan.

"The Walking Dead: Seed (#3.1)" (2012)
[Hershel asks for Beth to sing 'The Parting Glass' outside of the prison]
Hershel Greene: Bethy, sing 'Paddy Reilly' for me. I haven't heard that, I think, since your mother was alive.
Maggie Greene: Daddy, not that one, please.
Hershel Greene: How about... 'The Parting Glass'?
Beth Greene: No one wants to hear.
Glenn Rhee: [the group look to Beth] Why not?
Beth Greene: Okay.
Beth Greene: [Beth starts singing] Of all the money / E'er I had / I spent it in good company / And all the harm / E'er I've ever done / Alas it was to none but me / And all I've done / For want of wit / To memory now I can't recall / So fill to me / The parting glass / Good night and joy be with you all
Maggie Greene, Beth Greene: [as Maggie starts singing with Beth] Oh, all the comrades / That e'er I had / Were sorry for my going away / And all the sweethearts / That e'er I had / Would wish me / One more day to stay... / But since it falls unto my lot / That I should rise / And you should not / I'll gently rise / And I'll softly call / Good night and joy / Be with you all / Good night and joy / Be with you all
Hershel Greene: [as the group smiles] Beautiful.

[Rick's group walks into the empty prison cell block for the first time]
Rick Grimes: What do you think?
Glenn Rhee: Home sweet home.
Rick Grimes: For the time being.

"The Walking Dead: Not Tomorrow Yet (#6.12)" (2016)
[Maggie tries to tell Glenn that she needs to be part of the fight against the Saviors]
Maggie Greene: We need someone on the perimeter keeping watch. That could be me. That would be safe. Safer.
Glenn Rhee: Whatever safer looks like now.

[Glenn tells Heath that he's also been lucky for not having to kill anybody]
Glenn Rhee: Have you ever seen something that, um... afterwards, you... you didn't want to sleep and you weren't hungry because when you closed your eyes you could still see it. And when you try to eat...
Heath: Yeah.
Glenn Rhee: Me, too. Killing somebody has gotta be worse than that. It has to be.

"The Walking Dead: Strangers (#5.2)" (2014)
[Rick and his group arrive with Abraham and his group at the church together, Abraham forms a plan to keep pushing and move forward to Washington]
Sgt. Abraham Ford: We found a short bus out back. It don't run, but I bet we can fix it in less than a day or two. Father here says he doesn't want it. Looks like we found some transport. You understand what's at stake here, right?
Rick Grimes: Yes, I do.
Michonne: [Rick and his group begin to walk into the church one after another] Now that we can take a breath...
Sgt. Abraham Ford: We take a breath, we slow down, shit inevitably goes down.
Michonne: We need supplies. No matter what we do next.
Rick Grimes: That's right. Water, food, ammunition.
Daryl Dixon: Short bus ain't going nowhere. Bring you back some baked beans.
Glenn Rhee: One way or another, we're doing what Rick does. We're not splitting up again.
Tara Chambler: What he said.
Bob Stookey: We want to roll with you, but... what she said.
[Abraham smiles and follows the group into the church]

[Glenn comes stumbling out from searching an abandoned restaurant by himself]
Tara Chambler: Was it a walker?
Glenn Rhee: Uh, yeah. It was a walker.
Maggie Greene: Really?
[Tara and Maggie look at Glenn apprehensively]
Glenn Rhee: It was a stack of boxes and a mop and I tripped.
[the two girls begin laughing with Glenn]
Glenn Rhee: Still... we have what we came for.
Tara Chambler: You actually found something?
Glenn Rhee: Three silencers stashed in a mini-fridge. Rule number one of scavenging - There's nothing left in this world that isn't hidden.
[Tara looks down in a quiet silence]

"The Walking Dead: No Way Out (#6.9)" (2016)
[Glenn gives Enid encouraging words at the Church to keep fighting]
Enid: When I wanted to run... you said, 'That's how you lose people... even after they're gone.' What the hell does that mean?
Glenn Rhee: People you love... they made you who you are. They're still part of you. If you stop being you, that last bit of them that's still around inside, who you are... it's gone.
Enid: Who are those people to you?
Glenn Rhee: My parents. A man named Dale. Maggie's father, Hershel. A woman named Andrea. A man named Tyreese. Who are they to you?
Enid: My parents.
Glenn Rhee: Then they're still here... 'cause you're still here.

[Enid shows Glenn her courage to help save Maggie off the platform]
Glenn Rhee: I didn't want you to give up on this place, on these people, to be afraid.
Enid: You were right. So I'm here now. And I'm going out there and I'm helping you. We have to get her off that platform. She's hurt. She needs help getting over the wall. I can climb up the gate. You can distract them. We do it together.
Glenn Rhee: [Enid chuckles] I'm just gonna follow you, anyways.

"The Walking Dead: Alone (#4.13)" (2014)
[first lines]
Glenn Rhee: [in a flashback, Glenn and Daryl find Bob on the road] You got point?
Daryl Dixon: Yeah, I got it.
Bob Stookey: Hi. Hello.
Daryl Dixon: Just you out here?
Bob Stookey: Yeah.
Daryl Dixon: How long's it been like that for?
Bob Stookey: [Bob chuckles] I don't know. I was with one group and another one after that.
Daryl Dixon: They didn't make it? Neither one of them?
Glenn Rhee: What's your name?
Bob Stookey: Bob Stookey.

[in a flashback, Daryl and Glenn invite Bob back to the prison with them]
Daryl Dixon: Want to come with us?
Bob Stookey: Yes.
Daryl Dixon: You got any questions for us?
Bob Stookey: No. It doesn't matter who you are.
Glenn Rhee: Really?
Bob Stookey: [Bob smiles] Yeah. It doesn't matter.

"The Walking Dead: Infected (#4.2)" (2013)
[Glenn shows Maggie the photo he took of her while she was sleeping]
Maggie Greene: Oh, my God. Throw that away.
Glenn Rhee: Yeah. Not gonna happen. It's mine.
[as Maggie smiles]

[the council discuss what to do with the group members that are showing symptoms]
Hershel Greene: Is anyone else showing symptoms that we know of?
Carol Peletier: We can't just wait and see. And there's children. It isn't just the illness. If people die, they become a threat.
Hershel Greene: We need a place for them to go. They can't stay in D. We can't risk going in there to clean it up.
Carol Peletier: We can use cell block A.
Glenn Rhee: Death row? I'm not sure that's much of an upgrade.
Daryl Dixon: It's clean. That's an upgrade.

"The Walking Dead: Say the Word (#3.5)" (2012)
[Glenn talks to Hershel while working on digging the graves]
Glenn Rhee: A third of our group in one day.
Hershel Greene: 'Cause of one asshole.
Glenn Rhee: Part of me wishes that we killed all the prisoners on sight.

[Daryl, Glenn, and Maggie volunteer to get Rick's baby formula]
Hershel Greene: She needs formula. And soon, or she won't survive.
Daryl Dixon: Nope. No way. Not her. We ain't losing nobody else. I'm going for a run.
Maggie Greene: I'll back you up.
Glenn Rhee: I'll go, too.

"The Walking Dead: East (#6.15)" (2016)
Glenn Rhee: [to Michonne] We just got stuck with each other. We were lucky. We figured it all out together. I felt like we did. After everything, we did. The world's not what we thought it was. Hilltop, the Saviors - it's bigger.
[whistling is heard from the woods]

"The Walking Dead: When the Dead Come Knocking (#3.7)" (2012)
[the tied-up Glenn talks to Merle about his people coming for him]
Glenn Rhee: It's just a matter of time before they come looking.
Merle Dixon: I'll bake a cake with pink frosting. Would they like that? Ain't nobody coming.
Glenn Rhee: Rick is. And when he gets here...
Merle Dixon: He's gonna do nothing, not if he wants you and Bo Peep back. Think I'm in this by myself?
Glenn Rhee: You can't take us all. There's too many of us.
Merle Dixon: There ain't a pair of nuts between the whole pussy lot of you.
Glenn Rhee: We've been on the road, not hiding in some dungeon. Rick, Shane, Dale, Jim, Andrea.
Merle Dixon: [as Merle smiles to Glenn's bluff] Really? Is that right?

"The Walking Dead: The Distance (#5.11)" (2015)
[Rick's group head out in a group of five looking for Aaron's friend]
Michonne: So if we see someone we just shoot them?
Maggie Greene: That's a good question.
Michonne: What if they're someone like us? What if Aaron is telling the truth? What if they're someone who has nothing to do with this?
Glenn Rhee: We're five people walking with guns. No one's coming up to say hello.
Michonne: But that's exactly what happened.
Glenn Rhee: If it's someone like us, we should be afraid of them.

"The Walking Dead: Start to Finish (#6.8)" (2015)
[Glenn tries to talk to the frightened Enid on going back for the Alexandrian's]
Glenn Rhee: Listen, people are still alive in there.
Enid: This is how it happens. And it always happens, Glenn.
Glenn Rhee: We're still here. Our friends are over there, people who care about you. My pregnant wife. You just want to run away, be afraid, forget about this? Just go. But that's how you lose people. Even after they're gone.

"The Walking Dead: The Day Will Come When You Won't Be (#7.1)" (2016)
Glenn Rhee: Maggie, I will find you.

"The Walking Dead: The Same Boat (#6.13)" (2016)
[Glenn holds Maggie after saving her]
Maggie Greene: They're dead. They're all dead, the ones who took us. They're all dead.
Glenn Rhee: Hey, are you okay?
Maggie Greene: [Maggie nervously replies] I can't... I can't anymore.
[Glenn holds his arm around Maggie]

"The Walking Dead: Them (#5.10)" (2015)
[the group holes up in the barn for the night with a fire going, when Rick looks at Carl sleeping]
Carol Peletier: He's gonna be okay. He bounces back more than any of us do.
Rick Grimes: I used to feel sorry for kids that have to grow up now. In this. But I think I got it wrong. Growing up is getting used to the world. This is easier for them.
Michonne: This isn't the world. This isn't it.
Glenn Rhee: It might be. It might.
Michonne: That's giving up.
Glenn Rhee: It's reality.
Rick Grimes: Until we see otherwise, this is what we have to live with.
[there's a long pause as the storm thunders over them]
Rick Grimes: When I was a kid... I asked my grandpa once if he ever killed any Germans in the war. He wouldn't answer. He said that was grown-up stuff. So... so I asked if the Germans ever tried to kill him. But he got real quiet. He said he was dead the minute he stepped in to enemy territory. Every day he woke up and told himself, rest in peace. Now get up and go to war. And then after a few years of pretending he was dead... he made it out alive. That's the trick of it, I think. We do what we need to do and then, we get to live. But no matter what we find in DC, I know we'll be okay. Because this is how we survive. We tell ourselves... that we are the walking dead.
Daryl Dixon: We ain't them.
Rick Grimes: We're not them. Hey. We're not.
Daryl Dixon: We ain't them.
[Daryl walks off from the group around the fire]

"The Walking Dead: Days Gone Bye (#1.1)" (2010)
[last lines]
Glenn: [a voice comes in on the walkie-talkie while Rick is stuck inside the tank] Hey you. Dumbass. Yeah, you in the tank. Cozy in there?

"The Walking Dead: This Sorrowful Life (#3.15)" (2013)
[Glenn pulls out the pocket watch Hershel gave him]
Glenn Rhee: When you gave me this... I didn't fully understand what it meant. Such a simple thing. I know what it means now. I know what it takes. I want to marry Maggie. And we don't have to have a wedding. I don't even know if we'll last the week. But I want her to know before... who knows?
Hershel Greene: You have my blessing.

"The Walking Dead: First Time Again (#6.1)" (2015)
[last lines]
Rick Grimes: [in a flashback] I know this sounds insane, but this is an insane world. We have to come for them before they come for us. It's that simple.
[in the present, we see the herd of walkers walking according to plan, when an unexpected horn starts blaring out in the distance]
Heath: What the hell is happening?
Glenn Rhee: It's a horn or something. It's pulling the back half off the road. Oh, God.
Michonne: Whatever that is it's far. It sounds like it's coming from...
Rick Grimes: Home.
[the camera shows from a bird's-eye view the hundreds of walkers heading in the direction of Alexandria]

"The Walking Dead: Inmates (#4.10)" (2014)
Glenn Rhee: I have to find Maggie.
Tara Chambler: Who's Maggie?
Glenn Rhee: She's my wife.
Tara Chambler: You guys got separated?
Glenn Rhee: I was on the bus and then I got off the help and she didn't see me.
Tara Chambler: How do you know if she made it?
Glenn Rhee: I don't know. But Hershel, Maggie's father, was a great man. And he told me all I had to do was believe, and that's what I'm gonna do. Neither one of us should be alive, right now. She got out, so you're gonna help me find her. Things aren't over. They're not over.
Tara Chambler: I want to believe that. I want to.
Glenn Rhee: You have to.

"The Walking Dead: Forget (#5.13)" (2015)
[Noah, Glenn, and Maggie stand in there own corner at Deanna's party]
Maggie Greene: Hey.
Noah: Hi.
Glenn Rhee: Hey, are you okay?
Noah: Yeah. Yeah. Just isn't really my thing. I think I'm gonna bail out.
Glenn Rhee: No, no. You're not bailing. We're in this together, man.
Maggie Greene: You're here with us now. You're here with family.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn whispers with his arm around Noah] Come on.

"The Walking Dead: Made to Suffer (#3.8)" (2012)
Glenn Rhee: Daryl, this was Merle. It was. He did this.
Rick Grimes: You saw him?
Glenn Rhee: Face to face. Threw a walker at me. He was gonna execute us.
Daryl Dixon: S-So my brother's this governor?
Maggie Greene: No, it's somebody else. Your brother is his lieutenant or something.
Daryl Dixon: Does he know I'm still with you?
Glenn Rhee: He does now. Rick, I'm sorry. We told him where the prison was. We couldn't hold out.
Rick Grimes: Don't. No need to apologize.

"The Walking Dead: Bloodletting (#2.2)" (2011)
[Glenn tells Dale about seeing Maggie Greene for the first time riding in on a horse]
Glenn Rhee: All I know is this chick rode out of nowhere like Zorro on a horse and took Lori.
Dale Horvath: [Dale looks to Daryl] You let her?
Daryl Dixon: Climb down out of my asshole, man.

"The Walking Dead: A (#4.16)" (2014)
[Rick enters the train car at Terminus and a part of his group]
Glenn Rhee: Rick?
Rick Grimes: You're here. You're here.
Maggie Greene: [Rick sees Abraham's group] They're our friends. They helped save us.
Daryl Dixon: Yeah. Now they're friends of ours.
Sgt. Abraham Ford: For however long that'll be.

"The Walking Dead: Too Far Gone (#4.8)" (2013)
Glenn Rhee: I could use a vacation. Get away. Just for a weekend.
Maggie Greene: Yeah.
Glenn Rhee: You know, our anniversary is coming up.
Maggie Greene: It is?
Glenn Rhee: One of these days.
Maggie Greene: You've ever been to Amicalola Falls? Tallest waterfalls in Georgia.
Glenn Rhee: Mm-mmm.
Maggie Greene: My Dad took me there when I was little. When we were up there, all the way at the top looking down, I felt like I was flying.
Glenn Rhee: I'll go load up the station wagon.

"The Walking Dead: Wildfire (#1.5)" (2010)
[Glenn sees Daryl and Morales dragging their dead to burn in the fire]
Glenn Rhee: What are you guys doing? This is for geeks. Our people go over there.
Daryl Dixon: What's the difference? They're all infected.
Glenn Rhee: Our people go in that row over there.
Glenn Rhee: [Glenn shouts] We don't burn them! We bury them. Understand? Our people go in that row over there.