"The Walking Dead" TS-19 (TV Episode 2010) Poster

(TV Series)

(2010)

Jon Bernthal: Shane Walsh

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Quotes 

  • [Jenner tells Rick that there is no hope for mankind] 

    Dr. Edwin Jenner : [Jenner looks to Rick]  You do want this. Last night, you said, you knew it was just a matter of time before everybody you loved was dead.

    Shane Walsh : What? You really said that? After all your big talk?

    Rick Grimes : I had to keep hope alive, didn't I?

    Dr. Edwin Jenner : There is no hope. There never was.

    Rick Grimes : There's always hope. Maybe it won't be you, maybe not here, but somebody somewhere...

    Andrea : What part of 'Everything's gone' do you not understand?

    Dr. Edwin Jenner : Listen to your friend. She gets it. This is what takes us down. This is our extinction event.

  • [the group tries breaking the glass to escape the C.D.C. facility] 

    Carol Peletier : [Carol reaches in her bag]  Rick, I have something that might help.

    Shane Walsh : Carol, I don't think a nail file's gonna do it.

    [when Carol pulls out a grenade] 

  • [in a flashback, Shane leans over Rick's unconscious body at the hospital] 

    Shane Walsh : Listen to me. If you're gonna wake up, I need you to do it now. Okay? Now. Please, man, just show me a sign. Anything. Please, Rick.

    [when a bomb goes off over the hospital building] 

  • [Jenner tells the computer Vi to do an Enhanced Internal View of TS-19's brain] 

    Shane Walsh : [as the group sees the brain of TS-19]  What are those lights?

    Dr. Edwin Jenner : It's a person's life... Experiences, memories. It's everything. Somewhere in all that organic wiring, all those ripples of light, is you... The thing that makes you unique. And human.

    Daryl Dixon : You don't make sense ever?

    Dr. Edwin Jenner : Those are synapses, electric impulses in the brain that carry all the messages. They determine everything a person says does or thinks from the moment of birth to the moment of death.

    Rick Grimes : Death? That's what this is, a vigil?

    Dr. Edwin Jenner : Yes. Or rather the playback of the vigil.

    Andrea : This person died? Who?

    Dr. Edwin Jenner : Test subject 19. Someone who was bitten and infected... And volunteered to have us record the process.

  • [first lines] 

    Shane Walsh : [in a flashback, Shane tries asking the soldiers and nurses for help to move Rick out of the hospital]  Hey, hey. Whoa, whoa. Ma'am. Ma'am, please. Please, can you help me?

    Nurse : [the nurse continues running off]  No, no!

  • [Jenner tells the group what happened to everyone at the C.D.C. facility] 

    Dr. Edwin Jenner : Well, when things got bad, a lot of people just left. Went off to be with their families. And when things got worse, when the military cordon got overrun, the rest bolted.

    Shane Walsh : Every last one?

    Dr. Edwin Jenner : No... Many couldn't face walking out the door. They... Opted out. There was a rash of suicides. That was a bad time.

    Andrea : You didn't leave. Why?

    Dr. Edwin Jenner : I just kept working. Hoping to do some good.

    Glenn Rhee : Dude, you are such a buzzkill, man.

  • [Rick holds the shotgun over Shane after their struggle together] 

    Rick Grimes : Are you done now? Are you done?

    Shane Walsh : Yeah, I guess we all are.

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