Rick finds himself trapped with a group of survivors inside a department store that is surrounded by walkers.

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Rescued from his precarious situation, Rick meets a band of scavengers who have made their way to Atlanta to get supplies for their larger group that lives in a makeshift camp just outside the city. They're trapped in a department store with hundreds of zombies trying to break down the door to at them. Tensions are high and Rick ends up handcuffing one of them, a redneck named Merle Dixon, to keep him from killing someone. They try to escape through the sewers without success and Rick comes up with a clever scheme to draw the zombies away from their location. They have to leave one man behind however. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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Trivia

Legendary songwriter Craig Wilde (Craig Braginsky on IMDb) did a walk on as a zombie. It is the 4th time he has played an uncredited zombie. See more »

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When Rick and Glenn get to the truck in the construction site they're forced to reverse from a horde of "walkers." Rick looks behind him to back up even though the truck has no rear window. He would have had to look in his side mirrors to see behind them. See more »

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Glenn: Nice moves there, Clint Eastwood. You're the new sheriff come riding in to clean up the town?
Rick Grimes: Wasn't my intention.
Glenn: Yeah, whatever. Yeehah. You're still a dumbass.
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References Hang 'Em High (1968) See more »

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I'm A Man
Written by Bo Diddley
Published by Jewel Music Publishing LTD/ARC Music Group
Performed by Black Strobe
2007 Playloudrecordings
Licensed courtesy of Playloudrecordings / Beggars Group
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This is where it really starts...
20 October 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After an ever-so-slightly disappointing first episode, this one was much better and got me into the series much more. Whilst the first episode was slow and somewhat dull, despite having a brilliant atmosphere, this second episode seriously picks up the pace, making things far more interesting and enjoyable.

Situations become far more intense with more action and more interesting plot devices, great camera work and the introduction of some very interesting new characters. We get to know Rick a little better, too, advancing the series furthermore.

Seeing this second episode has got me very excited for the rest of the series, and I am very much looking forward to episode three.

9.8/10


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