The Walking Dead: Season 2, Episode 10

18 Miles Out (26 Feb. 2012)

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Rick and Shane try to decide what to do with Randall. Back at the farm, Lori, Andrea and Maggie deal with a suicidal Beth.

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Rick and Shane drive 18 miles out far from Hershel's farm to seek a safe place to leave the outsider Randall, who has recovered from the injury to his leg. Rick stops the car at a crossroad and has a serious conversation with Shane about Lori and Carl. When they reach a county prison, they leave Randall with his hands and legs tied and a knife. While pleading for his life, Randall says he knows Maggie. Shane decides to kill him. Rick and Shane fight, and at one point Shane throws a big wrench at Rick that misses him but breaks a window in the building. A swarm of walkers crawl out and attack the humans. They trap Shane in a school bus, and though Rick at first wants to leave him to be killed. he gets the car and goes back to save him. Back at the farm, Beth wants to commit suicide but she is dissuaded by Lori and Maggie. When Andrea offers to keep an eye on Beth, she leaves her alone to reach a decision. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Shane uses his knife to cut his hand a short time after stabbing a zombie in the head. If the zombie pathogen can be transferred by a bite or scratch then using a knife to cut yourself after using it on zombies would be very risky. Even if this doesn't transfer the disease there would be no way to be sure of this. See more »

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Rick Grimes: I heard what really happened at the school. Was is to survive?
Shane Walsh: Yeah. One of us wasn't gonna make it out. It had to be him. One shot to the leg, Carl lives. Reality is, he had no business being here, there, whatever.
Rick Grimes: You don't think I would've done it?
Shane Walsh: No man, I know you wouldn't have.
Rick Grimes: You don't think I can keep Lori or Carl safe?
Shane Walsh: I didn't say that.
Rick Grimes: Or my baby?... Is it gonna have to be me too?
Shane Walsh: Rick, you can't just be the good guy and expect to live, okay? Not anymore.
Rick Grimes: I'm not the good guy ...
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I Know Who I Want To Die Next
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Plot In A Paragraph: Rick and Shane drive eighteen miles away from the farm (The eighteen miles of the episode title) so then can drop Randall far enough away from the farm. Whilst there, they have a violent confrontation which results in them getting swarmed with Walkers. Whilst back at the farm Lori and Maggie try and cope with a suicidal Beth.

The episode starts with a great scene between Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Shane (Jon Bernthall) as Rick lays down the law to him about his family. Their fight scene later in the episode is very well choreographed and is well acted.

This is really the first time Emily Kinney has anything to do as Beth. And she proves to be a very talented young actress.

Once again Andrea is very annoying as is Lori played by Sarah Wayne Callies. When the had a scene together I was in agony and was itching to run it forward. I was dying to slap Andrea. What an idiot. Lori and Andrea can both be Walker fodder for me!! I dislike them both immensely.


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