The Walking Dead: Season 2, Episode 3

Save the Last One (30 Oct. 2011)

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As Carl's condition continues to deteriorate, Shane and Otis try to dodge the walkers as they head back to the farm.

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Carl is near death and with internal bleeding. He is surviving due to the successive blood transfusions, but Rick is getting weaker and weaker. Daryl can not sleep during the night since Carol is weeping all the time. He decides to take a walk with Andrea to seek out Sophia. Meanwhile Shane and Otis are short of ammunition and surrounded by a large number of walkers. They decide to split to take a chance against the zombies. Glenn and T-Dog arrive in the farm and T-Dog's wound is disinfected and treated. When Herchel Greene is ready to operate on Carl, Shane arrives, completely shaken, with the necessary medical supplies. Then he recalls how he was able to survive. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Blue Crystal Meth can be seen from the bag of medications Daryl produces. See more »

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Daryl Dixon: Look at him. Hanging up there like a big piñata. The other geeks came and ate all the flesh off his legs.
Andrea: I thought we were changing the subject.
Daryl Dixon: Call that payback for laughing about my itchy ass.
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Ending "Save the episode."
11 July 2012 | by (Turkey) – See all my reviews

The clock is ticking for Carl, because Shane and Otis didn't arrive yet, and Carl needs surgery. Rick and Lori have a talk about the future of Carl, with Lori being hopeless, and Rick the opposite.

Daryl and Andrea goes to woods for another search of missing Sophia, and they end up in a interesting conversation about Andrea.

Right before Hershel begin surgery on Carl, the necessary equipments arrives, but what happened out there exactly ?

Another episode with less walkers, slow story progression, but good character improvement. The ending saves this episode, but I'm starting to fear that it loses the nice story flow like first season.


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