The National Guard has build a fence in the perimeter of Madison's house and the neighborhood has become one out of twelve infection-free safe zones in Los Angeles. They have strict rules and a curfew in effect to protect the dwellers. Chris sits on the roof of the house with a camera and is intrigued with a light blinking in a house outside the perimeter and he shows his footage to Travis first and to Madison later. Madison sneaks through the fence to see the other side and finds many infected and non-infected copses. Meanwhile Liza is assisting Dr. Bethany Exner that works with the National Guard and she transfers their neighbor to a hospital. Then she examines Griselda's leg and the addicted Nick and soon they are taken by soldiers to a hospital against Madison's will. Liza is invited to join Dr. Exner and she also goes to the medical facility. What will happen to Griselda and Nick?
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Travis's sweat stain on his shirt from when the power cuts back on to when he goes outside to the roof to talk to Chris. See more
[Chris video records himself on the rooftop, telling the latest news on the infected outbreak
Another one burned last night. Better than TV. People outside the fence, they took the last of them four days ago. People just like us run like cattle, piled into trucks, one suitcase apiece. Headed east. At least that's the rumor. Bakersfield, Vegas, who knows? It's safe inside the fence. Outside, everything's dead, everyone's gone. This is, uh, day nine.
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Written and performed by Lou Reed See more