The Walking Dead s03e02 Episode Script


We're all infected.
We all carry it.
Previously on AMC's The Walking Dead We haven't had this much space since we left the farm.
It's secure? This cell block is.
He hates me.
He's too good a man to say it, but I know.
Only one way to keep you alive - Who the hell are you? - Who the hell are you? He's bleeding out.
We gotta go back.
Come around here.
Put pressure on the knee.
Hard, hard! Push, push.
Why don't you come on out of there? Slow and steady.
What happened to him? - He got bit.
- Bit? Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Easy now.
Nobody needs to get hurt.
- I need you to hold this.
- Okay.
- As hard as you can.
- Yes.
You have medical supplies? Wow.
Where do you think you're going? Who the hell are you people, anyway? Don't look like no rescue team.
If a rescue team is what you're waiting for, don't.
Come on, we gotta go! Now! Come on! I need a hand here.
One, two, three, go! - Holy Jesus! - T, the door.
- Are you crazy? Don't open that! - We got this.
Daryl! Let's go.
This way.
This way, this way.
No, no, no.
Back, back! Daryl.
Come on! Go, go, go.
Stop, stop.
Follow the flashlight.
Come on, let's go.
Go, go.
Go, go, go.
Easy, easy.
- He's losing too much blood.
- Open the door! It's Hershel! Carl! Come on.
- Oh, my God.
- Daddy! Go, go, go, go, go.
In there.
- Turn it.
Turn it.
Turn around.
- This way.
Get him on the bed.
He got bit.
- Oh, my God, he's gonna turn.
- Did you cut it off? - Yeah.
- Maybe you got it in time.
- Ready? - Okay.
One, two, three.
- One, two, three.
- Oh, God.
Oh! Oh, I need bandages.
- We used everything we had.
- Well, get more.
Carl, go get the towels from the back, right next to my bed.
- Is he gonna die? - No, no, no, no.
He's gonna be okay.
He's gonna be okay.
You think you can stabilize him? I need to keep his leg elevated.
Get some pillows! He's already bled through the sheets.
We can burn the wound to clot the blood.
I can start a fire.
- No, please don't do this.
- No, the shock could kill him.
It's not gonna stop the arteries from bleeding.
We need to just keep it dressed and let it heal on its own.
Oh, God.
That's far enough.
Cell block C.
Cell 4-- that's mine, gringo.
Let me in.
Today's your lucky days, fellas.
You've been pardoned by the State of Georgia.
You're free to go.
- What you got going on in there? - It ain't none of your concern.
Don't be telling me what's my concern.
Chill, man.
Dude's leg is messed up.
Besides, we're free now.
Why are we still in here? - The man's got a point.
- Yeah, and I gotta check on my old lady.
A group of civilians breaking in to a prison you got no business being in-- got me thinking there ain't no place for us to go.
- Why don't you go find out? - Maybe we'll just be going now.
- Hey, we ain't leaving.
- You aren't coming in either.
Hey, this is my house, my rules.
I go where I damn well please.
- What was that? - Prisoners, survivors.
- What? - It's all right.
Everybody stay put.
Do not leave his side.
If he dies, you need to be there for that.
You think you can do this? - Maggie will be there.
- I got it.
- I can bring T in - I got it.
There ain't nothing for you here.
Why don't you go back to your own sandbox? How many of you are in there? Too many for you to handle.
You guys rob a bank or something? Why don't you take him to a hospital? How long have you been locked in that cafeteria? Going on like 10 months.
A riot broke out.
Never seen anything like it.
Attica on speed, man.
Ever heard about dudes going cannibal, dying, coming back to life? Crazy.
One guard looked out for us, locked us up in the cafeteria.
Told us sit tight, threw me this piece, said he'd be right back.
Yeah, and that was 292 days ago.
- 94 according to my calcula-- - Shut up! We were thinking that the army or the national guard should be showing up any day now.
There is no army.
What do you mean? There's no government, no hospitals, no police.
It's all gone.
- For real? - I'm serious.
What about my moms? My kids? And my old lady? Yo, you got a cell phone or something that we can call our families? You just don't get it, do you? No phones, no computers.
As far as we can see, at least half the population has been wiped out.
Probably more.
- Ain't no way.
- See for yourself.
Damn, the sun feels good.
Good lord.
They're all dead.
Never thought I'd be so happy to see these fences.
You never said-- how the hell did you get in here in the first place? Cut a hole in that fence over there by that guard tower.
- That easy, huh? - Where there's a will there's a way.
Easy for you to say.
So what is this, like a disease? Yeah, and we're all infected.
What do you mean infected? Like AIDS or something? If I was to kill you, shoot an arrow in your chest, you'd come back as one of these things.
It's gonna happen to all of us.
Ain't no way this Robinhood casts responsible for killing all these freaks.
Must be 50 bodies out here.
Where'd you come from? Atlanta.
Where are you headed? For now, nowhere.
I guess you can take that area down there near the water.
Should be comfortable.
We're using that field for crops.
- We'll help you move your gear out.
- That won't be necessary.
We took out these walkers.
This prison is ours.
Slow down, cowboy.
You snatched the locks off our doors.
We'll give you new locks, if that's how you want it.
This is our prison.
We were here first.
Locked in a broom closet? We took it, set you free.
It's ours.
We spilled blood.
- We're moving back into our cell block.
- You'll have to get your own.
It is mine.
I've still got personal artifacts in there.
- That's about as mine as it gets.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Maybe let's try to make this work out so everybody wins.
- I don't see that happening.
- Neither do I.
I ain't going back in that cafeteria for one more minute.
There are other cell blocks.
You could leave.
Try your luck out on the road.
If these three pussies can do all this, the least we can do is take out another cell block.
With what? Atlanta here will spot us some real weapons.
Won't you, boss? How stocked is that cafeteria? It must have plenty of food.
Five guys lasting almost a year? It sure as hell don't look like anybody's been starving.
- There's only a little left.
- We'll take half.
In exchange, we'll help clear out a cell block.
Didn't you hear him? There's only a little left.
Bet you got more food than you got choices.
You pay, we'll play.
We'll clear out a block for you, then you keep to it.
- All right.
- Well, let's be clear.
If we see you out here anywhere near our people, if I so much as even catch a whiff of your scent, I will kill you.
It has to stop eventually, right? It slowed down quite a bit already.
If we can get him through this-- When we get him through this.
--we'll need crutches.
Right now we could use some antibiotics and painkillers, some sterile gauze.
There's got to be an infirmary here.
If there is, we'll find it.
You've gotta be worried sick about delivering the baby.
Look at me.
Do I look worried? You look disgusting.
So do you.
We'll get through this.
Pantry's back here.
You never tried to break out of here? Yeah, we tried to take the doors off.
But if you make one peep in here, then those freaks'll be lined up outside the door growling, trying to get in.
Windows got bars on there that he-man couldn't get through.
- Bigger than a 5x8.
- You won't find me complaining.
Doing 15.
My left leg can barely fit on one of those bunks.
Yeah, they don't call him Big Tiny for nothing.
You done jerking each other off? Sick of waiting back here.
This what you call a little bit of food? - Goes fast.
- Mm-hmm.
You can have a bag of corn, some tuna fish-- We said half.
That's the deal.
- What's in there? - Don't open that.
He wanted to know.
Can't wait for my own pot to piss in.
It was stupid of us to let him go.
We cleared this whole cell block, just the five of us.
It could have happened to anyone.
What are we gonna do without him? Hey, stop it.
All right? Stop it.
He's still here.
What if he does wake up? Then what? He can't even walk.
All we do is run.
Hey this won't break him.
Okay? He's got you and Beth.
Am I the only person living in reality here? We've been through so much already.
You're expecting it, too.
I'm not expecting, all right? I'm just preparing.
Why don't you go check on Beth? Go on.
I'll watch him.
- What are you doing? - He's gonna have a hard time walking around with one side of his pants dragging on the ground.
You know, he could trip or something.
There's a good chance he won't wake up.
- Why are you so eager to give up on him? - I'm not giving up on him.
It sure sounds like it.
I don't want you to get your hopes too high.
We're not equipped to deal with something like this.
- We have Carol.
- She's not a doctor.
Dad taught her a few things to help with the baby.
She stopped the bleeding.
These'll do just fine.
- Food's here.
- What you got? Canned beef, canned corn, canned cans.
There's a lot more where this came from.
Any change? Bleeding is under control and no fever, but his breath is labored and his pulse is way down and he hasn't opened his eyes yet.
Take my cuffs, put them on him.
I'm not taking any chances.
So what about those prisoners? We're gonna help them clear out their own cell block, and then they'll be there and we'll be here.
- Living beside each other.
- I'm not giving up this prison.
- Do they have guns? - I only saw one.
Yeah, I don't know if it's gonna work.
Well, what are your options? Kill them.
If that's what you think is best.
You s-- you say this now Look, I know that I'm a shitty wife and I'm not winning any mother of the year awards, but I need you to know that not for one second do I think there is malice in your heart.
You're not a killer, and I know that.
I know that, so-- so do whatever you gotta do to keep this group safe.
And do it with a clear conscience.
Why do I need this when I got this? You don't fire guns, not unless your back's up against a wall.
Noise attracts them.
It really riles them up.
We'll go in two by two.
Daryl will run point with T.
I'll bring up the rear with you.
Stay tight, hold formation no matter how close the walkers get anyone breaks ranks, we could all go down.
Anyone runs off, they could get mistaken for a walker, end up with an axe to the head.
And that's where you aim.
These things only go down with a head shot.
Ain't gotta tell us how to take out a man.
They ain't men.
They're something else.
Just remember to go for the brain.
What's going on? - We had to.
- It's just a precaution.
You think maybe I could have a minute alone here? Yeah, you want me to--? No, just by myself.
Of course.
I'll be right outside.
Dad you don't have to fight anymore.
If you're worried about me and Beth, don't.
Don't worry about us.
We'll take care of each other.
We'll look out.
Me, Beth, and Glenn will look out.
Go ahead, dad.
It's okay.
Be peaceful.
You don't have to fight.
If it's time to go, it's okay.
Daddy, I just want to thank you.
For everything, thank you.
Man, it's too damn dark in here.
Gotta hold it up high out in front of you.
You're gonna hear them before you see them.
- It's coming! - Shh! You wanna taste me? I thought you were organizing the food.
Even better.
Check it out.
Where did you get this? From the infirmary.
Wasn't much left, but I cleared it out.
- You went by yourself? - Yeah.
Are you crazy? No big deal.
I killed two walkers.
You-- all right, do you see this? This was with the whole group.
We needed supplies, so I got them.
- I appreciate that, but-- - Then get off my back.
- Carl! She's your mother.
You can't talk to her like that.
Listen, I think it's great that you wanna help-- It's gotta be the brain.
Not the stomach, not the heart-- the brain.
I hear you.
The brain.
- Like that? - Uh-huh.
Stay in tight formation.
No more prison riot crap.
Ah! These bandages will help prevent infection.
It's good.
It's good that he taught you all this stuff.
He didn't teach me everything.
I need your help with something.
- Now? - Yeah, now.
- What is it? - Not here.
I can't leave Hershel.
- This is important.
- Carol, I can't-- - Go on.
We got it.
- No way.
- We'll be fine.
- We're not gonna be gone long.
- Rick said for me-- - We're fine.
All right.
I'm telling you, I don't feel anything.
It's just a scratch.
- I'm sorry, man.
- I can keep fighting! You cut that old guy's leg off to save his life.
- Look at where the bite is.
- Guys, I'm fine! Just-- I'm fine.
Look at me-- I'm not changing into one of those things.
Look, man, there has to be something we can do.
- We could just lock him up.
- Quarantine him.
We gotta do something.
Why you just standing there? - We gotta save him.
- There's nothing we can do.
You son of a bitch.
I'm all ri-- That one.
Everything you're saying is completely sane.
You wanting to use a walker for practice is a sane thing.
I mean it, okay.
I'm just-- I'm just trying to wrap my mind around it.
Lori's overdue.
She had Carl by C-section.
She's probably gonna have to have this one the same way.
Hershel had a little bit of experience with this kind of thing, but he's not gonna be able to do it anymore.
I need experience and we have plenty of cadavers.
All right, well, like I said, it's completely sane.
I need to learn how to cut through the abdomen and the uterus without cutting the baby.
Why not? I'll do it.
Come on! Hey, follow me.
Come on.
Right here, come on.
Follow me.
That's right.
There we go.
Come on! You see the look on his face? He makes one move, just give me a signal.
- I ain't opening that.
- Yes, you are.
If you want this cell block, you're gonna open that door.
Just the one, not both of them.
Because we need to control this.
You bitches ready? I got this.
- I said one door! - Shit happens.
T, mind the gap.
- It was coming at me, bro.
- Yeah, yeah, I get it.
I get it.
Shit happens.
No! Ah! Easy, now.
I got him.
Man, get down on your knees.
We don't have no affiliation to what just happened.
Tell him, Oscar.
Stop talking, man.
Let me back in, man.
Let me back in! Open it up, man! Open up! - Open up.
- You'd better run.
What's happening? Do something! Somebody help! Somebody! Please help! Come on.
Come on.
No! - We didn't have nothing to do with that.
- You didn't know? You knew.
Daryl, let's end this now.
Sir, please, please, listen to me! It was them that was bad.
It wasn't us.
- Oh, that's convenient.
- You saw what he did to Tiny.
He was my friend.
Please, we ain't like that.
I like my pharmaceuticals, but I'm no killer.
Oscar here, he's a B and E, and he ain't very good at it neither.
We ain't the violent kind, they were! Please, I swear to God! I wanna live! What about you? I ain't never pleaded for my life.
And I ain't about to start now.
So you do what you gotta do.
Oh, man.
I knew these guys.
They were good men.
Let's go.
So you're just gonna leave us in here? - Man, this is sick.
- We're locking down this cell block.
From now on, this part of the prison is yours.
Take it or leave it.
That was the deal.
You think this is sick? You don't wanna know what's outside.
Consider yourselves the lucky ones.
Sorry about your friends, man.
A word of advice-- take those bodies outside and burn them.
Hershel stopped breathing.
- Mom saved him.
- It's true.
Still no fever.
Daddy? Daddy.
Come here.
We'll start cleaning tomorrow.
It'll give Carl a safe place to do whatever he does these days.
For the record, I-- I don't think you're a bad mother.
Well, wife is a different story.
For better or worse, right? I mean, what are we gonna do-- hire lawyers and get divorced and split our assets? We got food.
Hershel's alive.
Today was a good day.
He'd be dead if it weren't for you.
You're the one that acted fast.
If you hadn't done what you did, then I thought maybe you were coming out here to talk about us.
Maybe there's nothing to talk about anymore.
We're awful grateful for what you did.