The Walking Dead s04e04 Episode Script

Indifference

Previously on AMC's The Walking Dead You find out who did this and you bring them to me! Do you understand? You were out on your own when Daryl found you.
- That's right.
- I just want to make sure you know how to play on a team.
That veterinary college The drugs are the same we need.
I'm glad you're here.
- Where else would I be? - Running off.
Daryl's got a group going out.
I gotta go.
Make a run for the gaps right there.
Carol, did you kill Karen and David? Yes.
- Ma'am? - Hi, Lizzy.
They told me to come down here.
Are you okay? Good.
I wanted to see you because I'm going on a run with Rick.
Do you think Daryl's dead? No.
He had to go far away to get the medicines, so it's gonna take a while.
We lost all our food in cell block D, so we're gonna go look for more and whatever else we can find.
Nobody's died yet.
Yet? I think a lot of people are going to die.
It's what always happens.
Makes me sad, but at least they get to come back.
Lizzy, when they come back, they aren't-- people aren't who they were.
Yeah, but they're something.
They're someone.
I'm little now.
If I don't die, I'll get big.
I'll be me, but I'll be different.
It's how it is.
We all change.
We all don't get to stay the same way we started.
Lizzy, it's more complicated-- You said I was weak.
I'm not.
I'm strong, so I'm telling you what I think.
You remember what I told you to do when there's danger? Run as fast as I can.
You run and run until you're safe.
And if it's your life or your sister's life, you can't be afraid to kill.
Understand? Yes.
You are strong, Lizzy.
You're gonna live.
You, your sister, and me-- we're gonna survive, I know it.
Where's your knife? Put your T-shirt behind it.
You've gotta be able to get to it quickly.
Yes, Mom.
I mean ma'am.
Don't call me "Mom.
" It was an accident.
Just don't.
Okay.
What is it? I'm not afraid to kill.
I'm just afraid.
You can't be.
How? You fight it.
And fight it.
You don't give up.
And then one day, you just change.
We all change.
This is Turner Creek, so Barnesville must be a few miles downstream.
Sounds like our best chance at finding a new ride.
Yo, Ty.
Come on, let's go.
Vámonos.
Ty.
Ty! There should be a town a few miles south.
Lost a whole night.
My sister, everybody else-- they're probably dead.
Well, it helps to keep moving.
No, it doesn't.
Maggie wanted to come, you know.
Someone had to stay back, watch over things.
Someone you trust, you mean.
They would have drowned in their own blood.
They were suffering.
I made it quick.
We needed the bodies gone.
We needed to stop it from spreading.
They were the only ones who were sick.
They were a threat.
I was trying to save lives.
I had to try.
Somebody had to.
Maybe.
- Is that jasper? - Mm-hmm.
It's a good color.
Brings out your eyes.
When Miss Richards went into A block, we were leaving.
Asked me to keep a lookout.
I'm gonna use it for her old man's marker.
You know all them back there? You stay in one place more than a couple hours, you'd be surprised what you pick up.
_ Think they're coming back? Windshield's clean, wiped down.
Can't have been here more than a day, maybe two.
You mean Daryl and the others.
That's what this is, right? In case they don't? Until they do.
That's what this is.
Medicine cabinets, first aid kits-- anything that could help Hershel.
We get in, we get out.
And if we can eat it, we take it.
You see something? I don't know.
Maybe.
We gotta find us a new battery.
Got some friends inside.
Come on.
Let's clear a path, see how many we got.
Hey, man, go easy.
We don't know what we're dealing with.
Ah! Tyreese! Ty! Ty, let him go.
Why the hell didn't you let go? Carol! Whoa, whoa.
It's cool.
We're-- we're cool.
We have fruit.
Yeah, we got apricots, peaches.
Here, catch.
Or, you know, don't.
- How'd this happen? - Greenhouse around the corner.
We were looking for a place to crash.
The roof's broken now and it's been getting rain, so it's full of fruit.
We were there about a day and the skin-eaters showed up.
Killjoys, man.
Jackin' it up for the whole world.
I thought everybody was an asshole before this all went down.
Now I love people.
You know-- people who are alive.
How did it happen? When they were coming in through the door, I tripped crawling out the other side.
Pulled the glass out, but my shoulder-- it still hurts like a bitch.
It's dislocated.
Can you fix it? Here, lay on your back.
Okay, scooch over to the edge.
Just hold your arm Grab ahold of this bag.
Hold on.
- And keep holding on.
- No, that hurts.
Keep holding.
I can't, I can't.
Keep holding.
Sit up.
Is it Yeah.
It's gonna be sore for a few days.
After the greenhouse, you came here? Yeah.
We thought it was clear.
We missed the deadie in the PJs, so we dove into the bathroom.
So how long were you up there till we showed up? Like, two days.
There was just one.
You had guns.
We have about 12 bullets.
It usually take us about five or six to bring one of them down.
But you have knives.
To what, stab it in the head? Yeah.
We got separated from our crew about a week ago.
Been trying to play it safe since it's just the two of us.
- I have to with my leg.
- Yeah.
We were at a refugee center together and there was a fire.
People were just trampling over me.
Assholes.
Sam saved my life.
We didn't know each other before.
It didn't heal right, but it healed.
And we found each other.
It was worth it.
Where are you two headed next? We just keep moving.
We haven't been waiting for places to go bad.
I mean, it's getting a little old.
You guys look all right.
What's your setup like? The "skin-eaters"? We call them walkers.
How many have you killed? Come on.
Here we go.
Hmm, cells look pretty dry.
A little distilled water will clear that right up.
You should have let him go.
The hell you know about it, huh? - You the damn expert? - No.
I just don't want to see you die.
Is that what you're trying to do? Do you even know what you're trying to do? I know you're pissed.
And you have every reason to be.
But anger makes you stupid.
Stupid gets you killed.
Aren't you still angry about the Governor? What he did? If he was here right now, I'd cut him in two.
'Cause that's how it needs to be.
But I'm not angry.
I was.
Then why are you still going out looking for him? I don't know.
That's puke.
Those douchebags in the vines took themselves out, holding hands-- kumbaya style.
They wanted to go out together same as they lived.
That make them douchebags? It does if they could have gotten out.
Everybody makes it, till they don't.
People nowadays are dominoes.
What they did, maybe it's about not having to watch them fall.
Right.
Come on.
We got about all we're gonna get here.
We should move on.
So, did we pass your test? We're in a prison eight miles north.
If you come back with us, we can't guarantee your safety.
There's an illness, a flu.
It's bad.
We've lost a lot.
- Kids, too.
- Yours? No, thank God.
But one of my girls, she's got it.
- I'm sorry.
- She's strong.
She'll make it.
You got fences and walls? - We're in.
- Yeah, whatever you need us to do.
For now, sit tight.
The two of us will circle back for you before dark.
Or you could help us sweep the rest of this neighborhood.
We can do that.
I can check the greenhouse, see if it's clear, bring back more fruit.
And I can hit some of the houses.
Well, it's nice of you to offer, but your shoulder's barely-- As long as I don't put too much weight on this arm, I'm good.
- And I can still move pretty fast.
- I just don't think-- We won't take any chances.
We'll look.
And if it's cake, we'll do it.
If not, we'll just roll.
I mean, you don't look so good yourself, man.
Are you a righty or a lefty? We'll cover more ground.
The sooner we get back You can't carry us, man.
- It doesn't work that way.
- Please, we want to help.
You fire a shot, we'll come running.
Let's meet back here in two hours.
You'll need this.
You never told us about the group you were with before.
Which one? You know, when you found me out on that road, I almost kept walking.
Why is that? 'Cause I was done being a witness.
Two times, two different groups.
I was the last one standing.
Like I was supposed to see it happen over and over, like it's some kind of curse.
But, when it's just you out there with the quiet Used to be I'd drink a bottle of anything just so I could shut my eyes at night.
Figured the prison, the people, thought it'd be easier.
The run to the big spot, I did it for me.
You gotta keep busy.
No.
I did it so I could get me a bottle.
Of anything.
I picked it up, I held it in my hand, but I put it down.
I put it down so hard it took the whole damn shelf with it.
That's what brought on the walkers, and that's what got Zack killed.
That's bullshit.
Why don't you get in there and try the engine? It's a red and a green wire.
Go on.
It ain't rocket science.
Give it some gas.
Sasha and me picked that spot.
He took you with us.
There ain't no way anybody could've known.
You ain't gonna be standing alone, not no more.
Let's go.
It's all expired by at least a year.
Better to take it.
Let Herschel decide what he needs.
Did you think it was right? Letting those kids come back with us? I think it was the humane thing to do.
But did you think it was right? Look at us.
Digging through drawers, hoping that a couple of cough drops and some disinfectant might be the difference between dying and living a couple of more hours.
If they're strong enough to help us survive this thing, yeah, I think you made the right call.
And if they're not? Let's hope they are.
Yeah.
Rick I killed two people and you haven't said a word about it.
What do you want me to say? It's not about what you say.
It's about facing reality.
It always comes for us and over and over again we face it so that we can live.
- So that we can live.
- That's right.
That's what it always comes down to.
You can be a farmer, Rick.
You can't just be a farmer.
You're a good leader.
Better than I probably gave you credit for.
I never murdered two of our own.
Just one.
He was gonna kill me.
So were they.
They were gonna kill all of us.
You don't know that.
If you thought it would save Judith or Carl, would you have done it then or would you have just gone back to your crops and hoped it'd all be okay? You don't have to like what I did, Rick.
I don't.
You just accept it.
Looks like we're getting closer.
The building we want is just up ahead.
Come on.
Come on.
Move, move.
All right, let's make this quick There you go.
Come on.
Let's hit the houses across the street.
Hold on.
How'd you put his shoulder back before? You learn that from Herschel? Internet.
It's easier than telling an ER nurse I'd fallen down the stairs a third time.
I'm sorry.
Don't be.
Just fixed what needed fixin'.
I actually convinced myself I was happy with him.
Which wasn't all that hard to do considering my idea of happiness then was just not being alone.
Made a decent living.
He was charming when he wanted to be, especially those mornings after he'd come home piss-drunk and Stupid.
Stupid.
I didn't think I could be strong.
I didn't know I could.
I already was.
Why don't you say her name? She's dead, Rick.
Sophia.
Dead.
Somebody else's slideshow.
Some mornings I still wake up half-expecting Lori to be there.
Reminding me to pick up Carl after school or telling me breakfast is ready.
Every Sunday she'd make us these pancakes that were just godawful.
Clumps of flour that weren't mixed in right.
Thing was she knew it was bad.
Why'd she keep at it? Well she wanted us to be the kind of family that ate pancakes on Sunday.
We should get back.
Sam's probably waiting.
Anything ending with -cillin or -cin, C-I-N, grab it.
We'll dissolve the pills in the IVs, put 'em right into the bloodstream.
Dosage will be tricky but considering the time we lost - How'd you do? - Bags, tubes, clamps, connectors.
- Everything on the list.
- What about y'all? Yeah, we got it all.
Yeah.
We're good.
All right, let's roll.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Up ahead.
Hey! Door's busted.
Oh.
Hold up.
There.
- How many? - I can't tell.
- We can take 'em.
- No! They're infected.
Same as at the prison.
We fire at 'em, get their blood on us, breathe it in.
We didn't come all this way to get sick.
How do we know the ones in there aren't any different? - We don't.
- Well, it's gotta change sometime.
Ready? Do it! Come on.
It's been too long.
We should give him a couple more.
He might be fine.
He really might be.
But it doesn't matter because he's not here and we have to go.
It was a nice watch.
Back.
Don't have an exit.
Then we make one.
Get down! - Come on, move it! - Jump down to the walkway below.
- They're here! - Let's go! Go, go.
Move.
Bob, let it go.
Let it go, man.
Just let it go.
Let go of the bag, man.
You got no meds in your bag? Just this? You should have kept walking that day.
Don't.
Just let it go, Daryl.
The man's made his choice.
Nothing you can do about it.
Just gotta let it go.
I didn't want to hurt nobody.
It was just for when it gets quiet.
Take one sip.
When those meds get in our people, I will beat your ass into the ground.
You hear me? They might have lived.
Karen and David, they might have lived, and now they're dead.
That wasn't your decision to make.
When Tyreese finds out he'll kill you.
He damn near killed me over nothing.
I can handle Tyreese.
When the others find out, they won't want you there.
And if they don't make it back, if everybody dies of this thing and it's just the two of us, with Judith and Carl-- with my children I won't have you there.
Rick, it's me.
No one else has to know.
I thought you were done making decisions for everyone.
I'm making this decision for me.
I could have pretended that everything was gonna be fine.
But I didn't.
I did something.
I stepped up.
I had to do something.
No, you didn't.
If you think I'm going anywhere without Lizzie and Mica-- If you want them to leave, to go out there with you? Lizzie's sick.
Mica is 10 years old.
She can't.
We'll keep them safe.
You're not that woman who was too scared to be alone, not anymore.
You're gonna start over, find others, people who don't know, and you're gonna survive out here.
You will.
Maybe.
That's where I was traveling, Highway 100.
Then it will take about seven hours to get there.
We're gonna need more gas.
But we'll get there.
- Taking Highway 100.
- I heard.
You were right, what you said before.
About the trail going cold.
I don't need to go out anymore.
Good.
Take it.
Ed gave this to me on our first anniversary.
Please.
I should have given it away a long time ago.
It was a close call Sitting in the back of the room with a ball I had thrown at you And you didn't know Closing on my black eye I feel safe at times Certain emblems tell me it's time Serpents in my mind looking for your crimes Everything changes I don't want mine this time Everything changes