Dale confronts Hershel after Glenn tells him about the walkers in the barn. Meanwhile, Lori struggles to come to terms with her pregnancy, and Shane tries to teach Andrea how to use weapons.

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Now that Glenn knows there are walkers in the barn, Maggie begs him not to tell anyone. Hershel believes that those walkers, which include family members, are just sick and may someday be cured. Hershel's isn't the only secret Glenn is asked to keep as Lori asks him to go into town and get something for her from the pharmacy again. Shane and Andrea head off to a nearby housing development in search of Sophia and their encounter with walkers leads to a new phase in their relationship. Lori finally breaks down and tells Rick that she is pregnant after he finds evidence and confronts her. Written by garykmcd

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barn | pharmacy | farm | secret | vomiting | See All (49) »

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Andrea tries to give Daryl a book to read as a peace offering after she shot him. The novel she hands Daryl is titled, "The Case of the Missing Man." Book 10 of The Farm Mystery Series by authors Stephen Castleberry & Susie Castleberry. See more »

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When Glen and Maggie go to get medical supplies, when Maggie gets attacked, the camera pans onto Glen showing his reaction and you can see someone in the background standing next to their horse/car. This person is definitely not a "Walker" See more »

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Carl Grimes: [Carl and his mother Lori help feed Hershel's chickens in the morning] Don't look so worried.
Lori Grimes: It's my job.
Carl Grimes: No, it's not. You're a housewife.
Lori Grimes: [Lori smiles, throwing some chicken feed at Carl] Yeah, punk? You see my house around here?
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22 November 2011 | by (Seattle) – See all my reviews

Yep, this series has gone way downhill. Now everyone goes about their daily activities without anyone watching for zombies. That could only mean there aren't any near the farm, although it turns out that friends and neighbors are bottled up in the barn. So what happened to all of the other people who died? I just get the feeling that we don't have to worry about zombies invading the farm because the characters don't act scared any more. And the search for the little girl seems to have been forgotten with just two going to a town looking desultorily for her. Even her mother just doesn't look stricken any more.

Well, I will give it one more week and if the farm life continues with its mini-dramas that have nothing to do with zombies, then I will not watch it anymore. What made this show special was the zombies and the every-present threat of being attacked. That has disappeared on this farm.


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