The Walking Dead s03e04 Episode Script

Killer Within

Previously on AMC's The Walking Dead They found Wells.
They got him.
They found him.
I found you too! I don't trust him.
Have you ever trusted anybody? He'd be dead if it weren't for you.
I thought maybe you were coming out here to talk about us.
You've seen my brother? Not for a long time.
Makes two of us.
So, what's your real name? I never tell.
You're just gonna leave us in here? From now on this part of the prison is yours.
Consider yourselves the lucky ones.
Okay, let's get the other car in.
- We'll park 'em in the west entry of the yard.
- Good, our vehicles camped out there look like a giant "vacancy" sign.
After that, we need to load up these corpses so we can burn 'em.
Gonna be a long day.
Where's Glenn and Maggie? We could use some help.
Up in the guard tower.
Guard tower? They were just up there last night.
Glenn! Maggie! Hey, what's up, guys? - You coming? - What? You comin'? Come on, we could use a hand.
Yeah, we'll be right down.
Sickos.
Hey, Rick.
Come with me.
That's close enough.
- We had an agreement.
- Please, mister.
We know that.
We made a deal.
But you've gotta understand we can't live in that place another minute.
You follow me? All the bodies-- people we knew.
- Blood, brains everywhere.
There's ghosts.
- Why don't you move the bodies out? - You should be burning them.
- We tried.
- We did.
- The fence is down on the far side of the prison.
Every time we drag a body out, those things just line up.
So hump in a body and just running back inside.
Look, we had nothing to do with Thomas and Andrew.
Nothing.
You trying to prove a point? You proved it, bro.
We'll do whatever it takes to be part of your group.
Just, please, please.
Don't make us live in that place.
Our deal is not negotiable.
You either live in your cell block, or you leave.
I told you this was a waste of time.
They ain't no different than the pricks who shot up our boys.
You know how many friends' corpses we had to drag out this week? Just threw 'em out, like.
Humph.
These were good guys.
Good guys who had our backs against the really bad dudes in the joint, like Thomas and Andrew.
We've all made mistakes to get in here, chief.
And I'm not gonna pretend to be a saint, but believe me we've paid our due-- enough that we would rather hit that road than to go back into that shithole.
C'mon, dude.
Are you serious? You want them living in a cell next to you? They'll just be waiting for a chance to grab our weapons.
You want to go back to sleeping with one eye open? I never stopped.
Bring them into the fold.
If we send them off packing, we might as well execute them ourselves.
I don't know.
Axel seems a little unstable.
After all we've been through? We fought so hard for all this, what if they decide to take it? It's just been us for so long.
They're strangers.
I don't-- It feels weird all of a sudden to have these other people around.
You brought us in.
Yeah, but you turned up with a shot boy in your arms.
- Didn't give us a choice.
- They can't even kill walkers.
They're convicts, bottom line.
Those two might actually have less blood on their hands than we do.
I get guys like this.
Hell, I grew up with them.
They're degenerates, but they ain't psychos.
I could have been with them just as easy as I am out here with you, guys.
- So are you with me? - Hell, no.
Let 'em take their chances out on the road - just like we did.
- What I'm saying, Daryl-- When I was a rookie, I arrested this kid.
Wanted for stabbing his girlfriend.
The kid blubbered like a baby during the interrogation, during the trial-- suckered the jury.
He was acquitted due to insufficient evidence, and in 2 weeks later shot another girl.
We've been through too much.
Our deal with them stands.
Pretty amazing.
If we had more ammo we could cut down a whole pack of biters.
I hear you and Andrea are leaving today.
That's a shame.
We could use a soldier like you.
You seem like you're holding your own.
Even the National Guard was overrun.
No amount of training can prepare you for the world today.
You'd think one soldier would drive away-- especially against something so slow.
Those men were heroes.
Not the kind to leave anyone behind.
If only we'd gotten there sooner and you were with us.
Lots of bullet holes.
You think biters figured out how to use weapons? They must have encountered bandits weeks ago.
It's ugly out there, but then you know that better than anyone.
It's too bad what happened to Wells.
It is.
Dr.
Stevens couldn't revive him.
Merle put a bullet in his brain.
No funeral? We cremated him, quietly.
These people have been through so much, I figured, thank God, at least no one knew him.
Thank God.
Move the cars to the upper yard Point them facing out.
They'll be out of the way but ready to go if we ever need to bail.
We'll get the prisoners.
A week's worth of supplies for the road.
It might not last a week.
It's their choice.
- Did they really have one? - Hey, hey.
Whose blood would you rather have on your hands-- Maggie's, Glenn's, or theirs? Neither.
Twin cylinder.
Is that a Triumph? Don't even look at it.
Didn't want it bored out? Sounds like it could use a tune-up.
I'm pretty handy with the grind.
Heads are leakin'.
I know my bikes! Man, will you just stop? Have some balls.
Just sayin'.
All right.
Just take your time.
Daddy, don't push yourself.
What else am I going to do? I can't stand looking up at the bottom of that bunk Whoa.
You know? I can go pretty steady.
That's a good start.
Want to take a rest? Rest? Let's go for a little stroll.
If we leave soon, we'll got a few hours on the road before dusk.
Where are we heading? I'm thinking the coast.
We have the water completely on one side, maybe we find a boat.
Best thing we can do is find an island.
And if the coast isn't safe? Keep moving.
Then what do we do? Just grow old, live off the sea by ourselves? I'd rather take my chances out there than stay here.
Because your gut tells you there's something off about this place-- About the Governor? It's kept us alive this long.
That's true.
There's enough food in there to last you guys a week.
Cut you loose when we get back.
Thank you, bro.
Sit tight.
"Thank you, bro"? - Should I take her out? - No.
If that armory hadn't been picked clean, we could spare the ammo.
I'll start making runs.
The sooner the better.
We'll throw as much wood as we can in the dog run.
Won't the fire attract more walkers? Maybe we should bury them.
We're behind the fence.
It's worth the one-time risk to get rid of the bodies for good.
I don't want to be planting crops in walker-rotted soil.
I got you here if you need it.
Just take your time on these steps.
Ooh, ooh.
You cleared all those bodies out? It's starting to look like a place we could really live in.
Hey, you watch your step.
Last thing we need is you falling.
Looky here.
He is one tough son of a bitch.
- All right, Hershel! - Shh! Keep your cheers down.
Oh, man.
Can't we just have one good day? You're doing great, Daddy.
Ready to race, Hershel? Give me another day.
I'll take you on.
Grab the rest of the bodies Walkers! Look out! No! Get out! Get out of there! No! Lori! Carl! Come in here! Daddy, behind you! Come on! The lock-- hurry up! The lock! Keys! That gate is open! Lori! Here! Come on! This way! Get out of my way! Come on, come on! Hey, bro, what about us? No! Hurry! I circled where you can find that farm I was staying at with Daryl.
Ah, you were right off Route 9 right before it becomes Dahlonega Highway.
And you're saying that the farm is only about a day's walk from there? Give or take.
This is where we looked for Sophia.
Even made it up around here.
How come we never hooked up? You called me a whore and a rugmuncher.
Got a way with words, don't I? - Yeah.
- Mmm.
Why are you doing this? I'd want the same thing if it was my family out there.
- Sure you don't wanna come with me? - Mmm.
You ain't curious about the old gang? Oh! Oh yeah, you really was cut loose, weren't you? I'm sure they came back.
I didn't stick around to find out.
Ain't that a big ol' pig sack? We got something in common, blondie.
We got left behind by the same people and saved by another.
Have you ever thought about leaving this place? Never had a reason to.
So the Governor is a good man? Let me just put it this way-- I wasn't in the best of shape when he found me.
He should have just kept on going.
Yeah, he's a good man.
Let's go.
Pull it! - What the hell happened? - The gate was open! Where's Lori, Carl-- everyone else? Maggie led Lori and Carl into C block.
- And T was bit! - Anyone else? - I couldn't tell.
- Stay put.
Those chains didn't break on their own.
Someone took an ax or cutters to 'em.
- You think they did it? - Who else? What's that? Oh-- you gotta be kidding me! Daryl! Kill it! Back up! How the hell could this be happening? Whoa-whoa-whoa! It has to be the backup generators.
Well, how do you turn those on? There's three that's connected to a diesel tank, okay? Each one controls a certain part of the prison.
The hatch shut them all off when the prison was overrun.
Can someone open up the main gates electronically - with full power? - I only went in a few days.
I guess it might be possible.
- Come with us! - Let's go! There's a set of double doors that will lead to a corridor that will get you back to our cell block.
- No, you should stop.
- I'm getting you there! - Stop! - Why? Sit here and wait to die? I'll do what I have to.
You're not becoming one of those things.
- I can't ask that.
- It's the pact, remember? This is God's plan.
He'll take care of me.
Always has.
He's gonna help me lead you out of these tunnels.
- Can you keep up? - Something's not right.
- Are you bit? - No, no, no.
I think the baby's coming.
Mom? No, there's no time! In here! Okay.
Pretty good.
We should visit Augusta.
Take only the women and let them play.
It'll be historic.
And break decades of tradition? - Absolutely.
- I don't know.
Some things are worth holding on to.
You know, I was thinking of taking Tim and Martinez out on a scouting mission later on this week.
For what? Blondie.
She said my brother was still alive.
Eight months ago.
You can track with the best of 'em, it's like a needle in a haystack.
She told me where I could find that farmhouse they were holed up in.
He could be anywhere.
- I know my brother.
If he's out there, I'll be able to find him.
What if someone gets hurt during this search, huh? We almost had in the crowley last time.
Then I'll go on my own.
I get what you're feeling, I really do, but I can't risk it.
I need you here.
This whole place would fall apart without you.
This is my brother.
Tell you what, huh? You get more concrete information, I'll go with you myself.
All right? Lori! Carl! We just took down five of 'em in there.
They were four in here, but no sign of Lori or anyone.
They must have been pushed back into the prison.
Somebody is playing games! We'll split up and look for the others.
- Whoever gets to the generators first, shut 'em down! - Let's go! What are those alarms? Don't worry about it.
What if it attracts them? - Lori, let's lay you down.
- No-- the baby's coming now.
We have to get back to our cell block to have Hershel help.
We can't risk getting caught out there.
You're gonna need to give birth to this baby here.
Great.
What is she doing? Can't she breathe? She's fine.
Come here-- let's get your pants off.
Okay.
Okay.
You're gonna need to help deliver your brother or sister.
You up for it? All right, let me see if its dilated.
- Okay.
- Do you know how? Dad taught me, but trust me, it's my first time.
- I can't tell.
- I gotta push.
- Okay.
- I gotta push.
Whew whew Somebody! - I'm okay, I'm okay.
I'm okay.
- Okay.
You're doing great, Lori.
Just keep doing it.
Your body knows what to do.
Let it do all the work.
You're doing great.
Lori, don't push-- stop.
Something's wrong.
We're almost there.
Oh, shit.
Go back! - No.
We're close.
We're close! - No! Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! I'm dead! Sorry to see you leave.
This place isn't for everybody.
Thank you for everything.
Where are you planning to go? The coast.
Michonne thinks it'll be safer.
What do you think? Her vigilance has kept you both alive.
Oh-- I haven't had hard liquor in a while.
My tolerance is probably close to nil.
Lucky you.
Merle told me you provided information about his brother's whereabouts.
What I could.
It wasn't much.
Well, it's given him hope.
If you ask me, I don't think he'll find him.
- But he's gotta look-- Gotta look.
What about you? Think you'll find what you're looking for? - I'm sorry? - You still got family out there? I lost my family.
My parents, my sister.
I'm sorry.
Lost my wife-- car accident.
Just my daughter and me.
To better days.
Ahh.
This is good.
The truth is, I don't know what I'm looking for.
For the longest time, it was all about survival.
Nothing else mattered.
So much so I don't know what matters now.
Pay off the car, work 50 hours a week, get married, buy a house-- that was survival for many not long ago.
A lot's changed.
The scenery has.
The landscape.
But the way we think I better go.
But I appreciate the drink.
Sure.
Merle will see you out and he'll have your weapons waiting for you.
Remember-- if it gets tough out there, you're always welcome here.
That's very kind.
- Thank you, Governor.
- Philip.
I thought you never told anybody your name.
Someone recently told me never to say never, so Well take care.
Goodbye.
Daryl, Get the door! How do you shut these down?! Go help 'em.
I got it.
Right here.
Shoot him! We can take back this prison.
What you waiting for? Do it! It's our house.
Shoot him! Let's go.
Mom? Mom, look at me, look at me.
Keep your eyes open.
We have to get you back to Dad.
I'm not gonna make it.
Lori, with all this blood, I don't even think you're fully dilated yet.
No amount of pushing is gonna help.
I know what it means, and I'm not losing my baby.
You've gotta cut me open.
- No.
I can't.
- You don't have a choice.
- I'll go for help.
- No! Look, Carol is the one that practiced that.
Dad only taught me the steps, Lori.
If I-- - Please.
- I have no anesthetic, no equipment-- Carl has a knife.
You won't survive.
My baby has to survive.
Please.
My baby for all of us.
Please, Maggie! Please! Please.
I thought we had an agreement.
We can always leave tomorrow or the following day.
The following day? We don't want to walk into trouble that we can't get out of.
- Tell me about it.
- Michonne, it is just a day or two.
I heard you the first time.
You see my old C-section scar? - I can't.
- You can.
You have to.
Carl? Baby, I don't want you to be scared, okay? This is what I want.
This is right.
Now you-- you take care of your daddy for me, all right? And your little brother or sister, you take care-- You don't have to do this.
You're gonna be fine.
You are gonna beat this world.
I know you will.
You are smart, and you are strong, and you are so brave, and I love you.
I love you too.
You gotta do what's right, baby.
You promise me, you'll always do what's right.
It's so easy to do the wrong thing in this world.
So don't-- so if it feels wrong, don't do it, all right? If it feels easy don't do it.
Don't let the world spoil you.
You're so good.
You're my sweet boy.
The best thing I ever did.
I love you.
I love you.
You're my sweet, sweet boy.
I love you.
Okay-- okay, now.
Okay.
Maggie, when this is over, you're gonna have to-- - You have to do it.
- It can't be Rick.
All right all right.
It's all right.
It's all right.
Whew Whew Good night, love.
I'm sorry.
What are you doing to her? Carl, give me your hands.
Carl, please.
You should keep the site clean, okay? I cut too deep, I'm gonna cut the baby.
Okay, come on I see it.
I see the ears.
I'm gonna pull it out.
I can't tell if this is the arm or the leg.
I'm gonna pull the baby out.
Okay - We have to go.
- We can't just leave her here.
She'll turn.
- No.
- Carl She's my mom.
No more kids stuff.
People are gonna die.
I'm gonna die Mom There's no way you can ever be ready for it.
- Hershel! - You didn't find them? We thought maybe they came back out here.
- What about T? Carol? - They didn't make it.
That doesn't mean the others didn't.
We're going back.
Daryl and Glenn, you come with-- Where-- where is she? Where is she? No Rick, no! Oh, no.
No! No! No!