In the aftermath of the barn incident; the group bury loved ones, Beth falls into shock, and Rick and Glenn head out to find Hershel when he disappears.



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After the massacre of the walkers kept by Hershel in his barn, Rick's group decides to bury Sophia and Hershel's family members and burn the other corpses. Beth is in shock with the violence and Hershel vanishes. Rick and Glenn head to town to look for him in the bar. Dale discloses to Lori that he suspects that Shane sacrificed Otis to save his own life and that Shane would be capable of killing someone in the group. Lori decides to find Hershel and drives away in a car. While checking the map, Lori hits a walker and has a serious car accident. Meanwhile two suspicious strangers arrive in the bar and ask many questions about the location of the survivors and Rick feels that they are bringing trouble. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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12 February 2012 (USA)  »

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The bar scene was filmed at the old Sharpsburg Auction building in Sharpsburg, GA. See more »


Sophia's body at the beginning is in a different position than the previous episode. See more »


[first lines]
Daryl Dixon: [Carol cries at the death of her daughter Sophia as Daryl tries pulling her away from the barn] Don't look. Don't look.
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Great Episode!
5 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the eighth episode of the second season of Walking Dead and it's a very good and rather depressing episode. The action takes it down a notch from the previous episode, but there is still some action to be had. The character development is great, despite some people grumbling about Lori's character development.

In this episode, "Nebraska," Herschel demands Rick's group to leave after their actions and he starts drinking again and disappears. Meanwhile, Rick and Glenn decide to find him despite protests from Lori and Shane. After awhile, Lori decides to head out to find Rick.

Overall, this is a very good, tense episode that is high on character development. For action fans, we even have flipping cars to be seen. We also get to meet some new characters, characters that will be familiar with people who've read the comic book. I rate this episode 9/10.

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