Hey, y’all. To my American readers, I hope you had a good Thanksgiving! To my non-American readers, I hope you’re thinking about becoming an American citizen! And welcome to the full recap for The Walking Dead episode 207. AMC has decided to split season two into two sections, so this is going to be our last episode for a couple months. They’re calling this the “Midseason Finale”. I’m also referring to it as the “Zombies and Christmas Don’t Mix” Finale, or the “We Should Have Premiered This Season Earlier So It Wouldn’t Run Into December” Finale.
But whatever you call it, this episode is a big deal for the sole reason that it looks like the gang may finally…leave the goddamn farm. By far the biggest complaint from everyone over this first half-season has been that our heroes have been stuck in the mud and spinning their wheels week to week. But don’t worry! They may finally be gaining some traction.
Let’s get it on!
TEAM RICK’S CAMP
While last week focused on the revelation of the Lori Is Pregnant secret, and how that affected the group, this one’s pretty much gonna focus on the more immediate problem, the Zombies in the Barn secret. (Although there will be some scenes about the pregnancy this week, too).
Everyone in Team Rick is sitting around the campfire eating breakfast, looking tense. Rick looks like he’s lost in thought—remember, a few minutes ago ago he was told that a) his wife is pregnant and b) his wife was fucking his best friend—and Lori snaps him out of it. But he receives her nudge warmly, so it looks like they may be working through this, after all.
Then it’s over to Glenn. He looks across the lawn to the porch of the Greene’s house, where Maggie is shaking her head “NO!” at him. He looks back at Dale, who nods his head “Yes!” He’s going to tell everyone about the zombies in the barn.
So he gets on his feet, gets everyone’s attention, and after a long, awkward pause, does just that.
So everyone goes over to the barn to take a look. Yup. Shane is not happy, understandably. The way he sees it, they either have to kill these 12 dangerous zombies, which could break loose at any second, or leave the farm entirely.
Rick isn’t happy either, but he knows neither of those options are possible. They can’t kill the zombies because Herschel forbids it, and they can’t leave the farm…well, because Lori is pregnant, but he can’t use that as an excuse.
Instead, Carol speaks up. They can’t leave the farm because Sophia is still missing. Daryl agrees. Shane thinks they’re being morons and need to face facts: there’s like a 97.8% chance Sophia is dead by now. Tempers are rising, and Shane calls Daryl a meth-addled lunatic who wears zombie ears around his neck.
Which he’s stopped doing, by the way. Too bad. I was hoping to get a couple episodes out of “Daryl goes crazy”
Which, yes, is not a good enough reason for them to stay on the farm. Sophia most likely IS dead. But for now, Rick keeps his mouth shut about Lori and says he’s going to talk with Herschel one more time to try to get him to let them stay. They’ll sort out what to do about the zombies later.
Dale helpfully offers Rick a tip. Last week when Dale and Herschel talked about the zombies in the barn, Dale learned why Herschel is doing this: because he thinks the zombies are just people who can be cured, and aren’t entirely monsters. This is the exact same attitude Dr. Frankenstein had towards the Monster.
So basically he’s Dr. Frankenstein with a lesser medical degree
After the credits, Shane stands outside the barn doors alone. The door is latched shut and has two different padlocks. He tests all of these and finds out, hey, they’re pretty shitty. How in the hell are they keeping the zombies inside?
THE CHICKEN COOP
Glenn finds Maggie gathering some eggs. Now that he’s blown her Pappy’s secret, against her explicit wishes, he wants to talk about it. She gives him the silent treatment for a bit, and then simply asks him for his hat.
Glenn is confused but hands it over anyway. She puts an egg inside and squashes it back on Glenn’s head. Message received.
Still, Glenn points out how it’s pretty stupid to waste food like that now that the zombiepocalypse is on.
Holy shit! That’s the first time in the entire show that one of the characters has questioned the logic of something!
But Maggie says the egg was rotten anyway.
This screengrab is from when she broke the fourth wall and said, “You got clowned, SON!” I know, I couldn’t believe they did that either
Lori is helping Carl do some math problems (Amazing!) But Carl is fixated on what Shane said earlier, about Sophia being dead. Does Lori think it’s true? She goes the “comforting lie” route. Of course she thinks it’s true, but she doesn’t tell Carl that.
And for Carl, that settles it. He’s been thinking things over and has decided he won’t leave the farm until Sophia is found. And once she IS found, he still wants to stay because he sees a future here on the farm.
Lori tries to smile. Wouldn’t they all? Hopefully Lori can at least find some comfort in Carl emulating Rick’s values, and not Shane’s. (Which he sort of was doing last week).
Daryl is trying to carry a saddle to the stables to get a horse ready for another day of searching for Sophia. He’s clearly not recovered from his injuries two weeks ago, and he can barely get the saddle the whole way.
Carol finds him in the middle of the struggle. She doesn’t want him to go looking for her daughter today. Herschel says Daryl needs more rest and she agrees. Plus, Rick is supposed to go searching today, so the base is covered.
But it’s more than that. Carol drops a bombshell: she doesn’t want Daryl going out because she’s lost hope that Sophia will be found. And, to a lesser extent, she doesn’t want Daryl putting himself in harm’s way because she doesn’t want to lose him, too.
Dale looks disgusted. He tries to chuck the saddle in anger but barely tosses it a foot before doubling over in pain. Then he walks away, muttering that Carol’s a “stupid bitch”.
Glenn is keeping watch on the roof of the RV when Dale comes walking by. Dale looks like he’s in a daze, and Glenn tells him Andrea is inside the RV, looking for him. Glenn’s also without a hat since his usual baseball cap is eggy now, so Dale tosses up his sun hat.
Inside, Andrea is getting some guns ready. She’s decided to join Rick in searching for Sophia. She looks like she’s completely over her recent feud with Dale, too. She also tells Dale that Shane has decided to post a guard outside the zombie barn, apparently without consulting Rick. Dale is still reeling after realizing Andrea slept with Shane, and then getting a glimpse of the brute Shane really is, so this news pushes him too far.
Once again, Dale’s primarily worried about Andrea. But he knows he can’t come right out and tell her about Shane because he doesn’t have any proof. So he has to tiptoe around it. He asks her what’s going on between them. Andrea, still tender over their feud, interprets this to be more fatherly meddling.
She assumes the issue is that Dale just doesn’t like Shane, but Dale tries to tell her it’s more than that, but he can’t really come right out and say “Shane’s a vicious, anti-social asshole.” He can only imply that.
And actually, that’s exactly what Andrea likes about Shane—Shane refuses to be a victim. She tells Dale to back off, but politely, in that way that suggests she still has no idea what Dale’s really talking about. If she did, she’d probably be way more defensive.
Dale’s getting frustrated at this point. He won’t say anything more and tells Andrea to get going.
By the way, Glenn heard all that through the hatch on the roof and asks Dale if everything’s all right. These people literally can’t keep anything from each other. Dale goes into a daze again and asks Glenn to run off and get him some water.
This next scene offers a tutorial in how not to argue with someone irrational.
Dr. Greene sits at the dining room table, having some lunch. Rick notices the Bible and tries to make small talk about it, but then awkwardly veers the conversation to his intended topic: they know about the barn. Rick needs to discuss it with Dr. Greene and won’t take no for an answer.
So, here’s Dr. Greene’s opening argument in said discussion: Team Rick has to leave by the end of the week.
Rick tries to appeal to Dr. Greene’s morals, pointing out that in throwing them out on the street, Dr. Greene would be essentially dooming Team Rick. Rick tries to explain that Dr. Greene doesn’t know what the zombiepocalypse is really like, since he’s been isolated the whole time. Rick tells him about the first zombie he ever saw, the girl missing her legs. That’s just one example of the horrors out there. And not only is the world horrible, and your life short and brutish, but in the time you do have it will change you.
But Dr. Greene feels he’s done enough to help them and his conscience is clear.
And finally Rick plays the only card he has left: Lori is pregnant. As Rick puts it, if they’re allowed to stay on the farm, the pregnancy is a blessing. If they’re kicked out, it’s a curse.
But Dr. Greene refuses to budge. They shout back and forth and Rick finally gives up. For now, not for good.
And then, Dr. Greene sees Maggie eavesdropping from the next room. They make eye contact. She looks Very Disappointed in him.
Rick leaves the house in a huff and finds Shane leaning against a tractor in a field. He tells Shane what just went down with Dr. Greene
They argue some more about what to do. Shane still thinks they need to either stay and kill the zombies or leave, while Rick still wants to broker a compromise. Shane is losing his patience. The farm is clearly unsafe and he can’t understand why Rick is so hell bent on staying. It doesn’t make sense.
THERE HAS TO BE A BIGGER REASON. And there is. Rick tells Shane Lori is pregnant.
More on this scene later, but the implications should be pretty clear. Does Shane think he’s the father? Does Shane think Rick knows about him and Lori? And so on.
Rick leaves Shane alone to process the information. But after a couple steps he turns back to ask Shane if he’s OK. Shane chokes out a congratulations. It’s not convincing in the slightest. Rick, who DOES know about Shane and Lori, can’t be too happy his best friend is lying to his face right now, but there are bigger things to worry about.
Man, that was a talky act. But don’t worry, it’ll pick up soon.
I lied. The next act is talky, too.
I shouldn’t have lied to you. I’m sorry.
THE GREENE’S KITCHEN
Maggie is prepping some food when Dr. Greene comes in. She doesn’t respond when he says hello. The silent treatment again.
Dr. Greene knows why, so he skips straight to explaining his rationale for not letting them stay: He’s done enough to help them. Carl is healthy now. And, he claims Rick is being overly dramatic about the dangers of the world at large.
Seems pretty different from what he told Rick and Daryl earlier about losing the horse.
“They also should have died dozens of times already, but that’s what I told THEM, not you. I love you.”
Maggie doesn’t buy it. She too has seen how dangerous the walkers are and knows what her father’s decision means. He catches her use of the word “walkers” and realizes Team Rick has rubbed off on her.
Dr. Greene still claims he’s done enough to help Rick’s people, so Maggie gives Dr. Greene’s him a taste of his own medicine. When Maggie was 14, and Dr. Greene remarried, Maggie resented him and her new stepmom. And back then, he told Maggie to follow the Ten Commandments. Love thy neighbor as thyself.
“See honey, the Bible clearly says, Honor thy father, thy mother, and the receptionist thy father knocked up”
Point is, if Dr. Greene can throw down the Bible to justify his behavior to Maggie, she should be able to throw it right back. Throwing out Rick’s people is far from loving thy neighbor.
Dr. Greene tries to explain that he’s just prioritizing. He loves Maggie MORE than he loves his neighbor, so her safety takes priority. He thinks Maggie is just worried about “that Asian boy” (again!). Maggie, admitting she does care about Glenn, insists that’s not why she’s making a stink. In her eyes, if Dr. Greene throws out Rick and company, he’s betraying their values.
So, really this is the same debate Rick and Shane are having. During the zombiepocalypse, do you maintain your values and your empathy, or do you look out for yourself and your loved ones?
It looks like Maggie’s words have registered with Dr. Greene. Then, Jimmy runs in, says “it happened again”. Uh-oh.
Outside, Rick and Andrea are armed and getting ready to look for Sophia. Rick is drawing up yet another search plan. He’s rattling off several places for them to check and sounds like he might actually believe they’ll find something.
Dr. Greene joins them. Rick thinks he’s come to hassle him about their guns, but Dr. Greene needs help with “something else”. Andrea knows enough to give them their space.
TEAM RICK’S CAMP
Shane finds Lori as she’s chopping some carrots. Having just heard the news that she’s pregnant, he wants to talk about it. But he doesn’t start with that; he starts by trying to explain his rationale for starting things up with her in the first place: he thought Rick was dead.
Which leads him to something way more sinister. Shane tells Lori how, when he learned Rick was alive, his first feeling was sorrow because he knew Rick would soon die anyway. Shane knew Rick is a moral person and thus not suited for the zombiepocalypse.
To prove his case, Shane points to the fact that he’s saved Lori and Carl’s lives on four separate occasions. (The only one he mentions specifically is the zombie attack back in episode 104. Can you think of the others?). Whereas Rick just keeps putting the group in danger: i.e., Rick’s tendency to risk everything to save one person is what got Amy and Jim killed (because Rick was off trying to save Merle), and Otis killed and Carl and Daryl nearly so (because Rick insists on saving Sophia).
What Shane’s doing is so, so, SO loaded, isn’t it? First, the part about Rick’s death being inevitable. Shane is SO obviously setting the groundwork for a coup. If you convince Lori that Rick’s going to die soon, when you MURDER him she won’t think anything of it. All he has to do is wait for Rick to go off on another rescue mission, kill Rick, make it look like an accident, and, if this works, Lori will think the death was unavoidable.
And second, he’s trying to make her WANT to be with him. He’s presenting himself as the more attractive option. Shane = safe. Rick = death. That way, when Rick is out of the picture, Lori will WANT to be with Shane. She’ll be a willing participant in the relationship.
“That way it almost won’t feel like I’m raping you!”
After all that Shane finally brings up the pregnancy and suggests the baby might be his. Lori won’t even entertain that possibility. She tells Shane that even if the baby WERE his, it’d still be Rick’s. There’s nothing Shane can do to change that.
And then Shane’s Psycho Face resurfaces, and he tells her he doesn’t need to.
Or, “I don’t need to, because I’m going to arrange this so you’ll want me without even realizing it. OK? OK.”
He walks away. Now that he’s worked on the future wife, he needs to work on the future stepson. Carl is in camp reading a book and stops Shane. The kid Shane to know that even though Shane thinks Sophia is most likely dead, he refuses to give up the search for her.
We know what Shane really thinks about this. But the Psycho Face reappears, and he tells Carl he agrees with him completely.
Shane’s the perfect stepdad, isn’t he? Give the stepkids whatever they want and they’ll accept you!
Lori sees them talking from afar and clearly doesn’t like it. She seems pretty aware of what Shane is doing. She calls Carl over to her. Shane doesn’t like THAT, as if he seems aware that Lori is aware.
Right after that, Shane storms into the RV. Glenn tries to say hello, but Shane ignores him. He’s on a mission.
Inside, he starts tearing the place apart, looking for something. Whatever it is, it’s either gone or has been lost. He looks pissed.
But Shane seems to know where the object went. He goes back outside and asks Glenn where Dale went. Glenn doesn’t know. The last he saw Dale was when Dale asked him to fetch some water, after the Andrea conversation. Dale’s disappeared.
So maybe that water request was a ruse to get Glenn away from the RV, so Dale could smuggle away whatever Shane’s looking for.
Dr. Greene, Rick, and Jimmy approach a marshy area in the woods. Dr. Greene is explaining to Rick how these marshy areas surrounding the farm can suck a person in and keep them stuck there.
Or, they can suck in a zombie.
Yep. That knee-deep muddy water is exactly like quicksand.
Jimmy is carrying two water rescue poles. So it looks like this is how Dr. Greene has managed to collar so many zombies and transport them to the barn.
Dr. Greene doesn’t really need Rick’s. He’s brought him along to show him just how his zombie retrieval system works. Dr. Greene even happens to have known one of these new zombies personally. The lady zombie used to sell sweet corn on the side of the road.
Dr. Greene makes Rick an offer: they can stay, but only if they agree to treat zombies like sick people and not monsters. He hands Rick one of the poles.
Daryl takes Carol to a pond we haven’t seen before. He’s found another Cherokee rose and is trying to use it to renew Carol’s optimism.
Hey writers! What do you do when your characters are facing new challenge? Give them the exact same solution as last time!
He then apologizes for calling her a bitch earlier this morning.
Carol, not being used to being treated with kindness, asks Daryl why he’s been so good to her and Sophia. Daryl says it’s because he believes Sophia is still out there.
But really, he admits, it’s because he doesn’t have anything else to do.
Which, I think, is true.
“The writers coulda given me a Crazy Daryl arc over a couple episodes, but nooooo.”
But anyway, Carol is satisfied, so she picks the flower and feels optimistic again.
Now Dr. Greene and Rick have their rescue poles around the woman-zombies’ necks. The plan is to lead them to the barn, which isn’t going to be easy since the zombies are actively trying to eat them.
Rick, thinking out loud, wonders what’s going to happen when the barn fills up, which it will soon. Then, he slips back into the marsh, nearly dropping the zombie. He barely manages to keep it under control.
Glenn is still on top of the RV keeping watch when he sees Maggie coming across the field. He calls out to her, but she’s still giving him the silent treatment so he climbs down and approaches.
It’s time to settle their dispute. Glenn starts out by trying to convince Maggie she put him in an impossible situation by asking him to keep her secret. But that doesn’t wash. So he tells her what was really going through his head when he decided to spill the beans…
Glenn was thinking about the time he was lowered into the well to wrangle the water zombie, and about last week, when he rescued Maggie from the zombie at the pharmacy. To his surprise, neither encounter scared him. And that’s bad because zombies are dangerous and you need to be afraid of them to make sure your guard is up.
You were looking for a video game to compare your life to…and you picked the one with the robots and the teleporting? Nice, Glenn
The point is, Glenn’s realization has reminded him to respect the Zombie, and he decided that keeping zombies in the barn puts everyone in danger—but especially Maggie. He decided he’d rather she be safe and pissed at him than dead and liking him. So he spoke up
And what do you know? She melts.
“Please don’t get hurt, Glenn. I really don’t want to have to start fucking Carl”
Back to Shane. If you’re a budding sociopath and you want to overthrow the leader of your little tribe, and one other person in the tribe knows this about you, you’re gonna want to take care of it.
Dale is in the swamp. Maybe the same swamp where Rick and Herschel and the zombies just were. Who knows?
Over his shoulder Dale has a rifle, and in his hands is the big black duffel bag, full of the group’s guns. He’s come to hide them. Just as he’s about to unpack them, Shane steps out from behind a tree.
Dale sees him, and, I loved this, makes a sarcastic comment about how he wishes Shane would’ve used these tracking skills back when they were looking for Sopia.
I’m not totally sure why Dale is hiding the guns. Is he trying to prevent Shane from doing something drastic about the zombies in the barn? Or is he just trying to help Rick negotiate with Herschel—getting rid of the guns that Herschel’s never wanted on the farm might be just what they need.
Whatever it is, Shane wants the guns back. Dale refuses. Time for a showdown.
Shane has already shown his willingness to abandon principles to get what he wants. How far is Dale willing to go?
Shane knows this and dares Dale to take the rifle and shoot him, or else just hand the guns over without resistance. Dale sets the bag of guns down, takes the rifle off his shoulder, and chambers a round. Shane steps forward, and Dale aims the gun at his heart.
So Shane steps right into the rifle. He makes it clear: the only way Dale walks away with the guns is if Shane is dead. And Dale puts the rifle down.
He still tries to save some face, though. He claims he’s doing this on principle. Even when the world went to shit, Dale wouldn’t let it take him down with it. Unlike, you know, Shane.
But Shane just shrugs.
Most of Team Greene and Team Rick are waiting around on the porch. They don’t know where Shane and Dale have gone, or Rick and Herschel. They don’t know what’s going on.
Shane comes walking up, with all the guns. He hands one to Daryl, then T-Dog, and so on. Time to dance.
Maggie objects. She warns Shane that if he attacks the zombies in the barn her dad will kick them off the farm this very night. Shane ignores her and walks over to Carl to give him the .38. Shane is going all in and even the kid is gonna take part.
So Lori objects. This isn’t Shane’s call to make, it’s Rick’s.
But then T-Dog sees something off in the distance:
This is an affront to everything Shane believes…Rick and Herschel trying to escort zombies back to the barn in broad daylight. He sprints across the field towards them.
Shane starts berating them. Do they really think they’re doing the right thing? Rick and Shane tell him to stand down but it’s past that. It’s time to show Herschel once and for all that zombies are dead. Shane takes out his pistol and shoots Herschel’s zombie in the chest three times. The zombie doesn’t even react. The point: could something living survive that? He shoots it again in the heart and lungs, and finally, once in the head.
Herschel is too stunned to even react. He just watches the dead zombie go down.
But Shane keeps going. He’s had enough! Enough zombies in barns, enough searching for little girls who are most likely dead. Enough needlessly putting themselves in danger. Enough of Rick’s antiquated mindset.
Shane picks up a pickaxe and begins hacking away the padlock on the barn door. Rick wants to stop him but can’t let go of the zombie on the end of his rescue pole. He screams for Herschel to take the pole from him but Herschel can’t move.
The doors are open. Shane moves back and raises his gun to wait for them. They come out.
Shane and everyone are some of the lucky few who get to actually live in a House of the Dead game
He opens fire. The first couple zombies go down. Andrea, T-Dog, and Daryl join him. Even Glenn.
One by one the zombies emerge and the gang mows them down. The zombies don’t even come close. It’s a goddamn massacre.
Shane turns and shoots the zombie Rick is subduing, freeing Rick to shield Carl and Lori. Now he can only watch. The best chance he had of keeping Lori and Carl safe is evaporating right in front of him.
It’s over. Dale finally arrives and looks totally stunned.
And it looks like that’s it for the first half of season two. Pragmatism trumps morality, Team Rick is nomadic once again. T-Dog’s arm is really sore.
But wait! There’s one more zombie. Zombie Sophia.
Carol shrieks and tries to run over to it but Daryl has to hold her back. Zombie Sophia comes out of the barn and looks around, not quite as menacing as the other zombies. But then she snarls and starts toward the group.
Shane and the others are stunned. They can’t make themselves put this one out of its misery. So it’s up to Rick. He walks forward, draws his gun, and shoots Zombie Sophia down.
Whew! That one was craaaaaaaazy. By far my favorite of the half-season. Here are some of my reactions…
-I loooooved that Lori was still giving Carl math lessons during the zombiepocalpyse. What a badass.
-I also really liked when Dr. Greene was giving Rick instructions on how to handle a zombie once you’ve got it all tied up. Like zombies are horses are something.
-I really did mean it when I said I wanted a Crazy Daryl plotline. I hope we’ll at least get a Crazy Shane. I want him to start influencing Carl.
-That slo-mo shot of Norman Reedus shooting the shotgun that I used for the front page pic, with the flame oozing out of the barrel? Fucking amazing.
And now on to the big questions of the episode…
-Why didn’t Rick confront Shane about his affair with Lori, especially when he told Shane Lori was pregnant? I just think Rick realized there were more important things to worry about at the moment and a fight wouldn’t be productive.
A couple episodes ago, when Lori and Shane were arguing about staying on the farm or leaving, Shane thought Rick was being weak and indecisive by staying, but Lori made the observation that Rick was actually showing strength: it’s actually way easier to cut and run than it is to stay and fight. I think this is another example of Rick’s strength. I think Rick clearly wanted to confront Shane this week but managed to keep his feeling in check.
-Did Dr. Greene know Sophia was in the barn? And if he did, why didn’t he tell them? You guys covered a lot of that on the minicap. Some of what I remember: A) Dr. Greene didn’t know who exactly was in the barn because it was Otis’s job to tend to the zombies, and Otis is dead; B) Dr. Greene DID know but didn’t tell them because it would blow his cover.
I’m inclined to go with B, even if it makes no sense. Dr. Greene ALSO told them they could stay on the farm until they found Sophia. If he wanted them gone, he could have achieved that easily by telling them she was in there. Why not just do that?
My overall theory is this: sometimes there can be large vacuums in the TV Show Space-Time Continuum from which no logic can escape. It’s also known as The Plot Hole Theory.
-I like whenever the show explores the small group dynamic, and I wish they did more of it. One example: it’s pretty much impossible to keep secrets from each other. That happened again last week, when Dale was in the RV, trying to convince Andrea not to get involved with Shane. Glenn was on the roof of the RV keeping watch and heard the whole thing.
-But one thing I want them to explore more is the idea that in only a few weeks the zombiepocalypse has transformed Rick and the gang from a group of post-modern 21st century Americans to pre-historic hunter-gatherers. (For a while I was gonna be an archaeologist, so I geek out over this stuff). Sometimes they get it right—they all realize they need to band together to increase their odds of survival: aside from Rick, Shane, Lori, and Carl, everyone in the group were strangers to each other until the bombs hit Atlanta. Banding together is smart, it’s what the Palaeolithic people did, and it’s one reason why we beat out all the bigger and stronger predators of the time.
But other times they fuck it up—like caring about the paternity of Lori’s new baby. There’s a new theory that says prehistoric tribes didn’t have a concept of monogamy. Since everyone was just fucking each other all the time, they wouldn’t know who had fathered which babies, so all the men in the tribe, and all the women, treated all the babies like they were their own. Like I said last week, if only Shane, Lori, and Rick went to a library and got a copy of Sex at Dawn, they’d know not to care about who the father is.
So what I’m saying is, GREAT job, Rick, Shane, and Lori. Schmucks.
That’s all for me, and the show until February 18th, 2012. Come on back to the ‘gasm because we’ll have the remaining six diced up for you. I know a lot of us got really frustrated at the slow pace this season, but not to worry: I hear things are going to be radically different. Team Rick IS going to leave the farm…and then take refuge on a cattle ranch.
See you then!
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