The episode begins and it's Daryl vs. Merle with the whole of Woodbury screaming for blood. Andrea runs out into the circle and pleads for Daryl's life. "He's my friend" she screams, in utter desperation. The Governor dismisses her appeals and tells Merle to prove his loyalty by dealing with Daryl. So Merle begins to kick and punch his brother, as per the Governor’s wishes. While they grapple, Merle whispers: "Just follow my lead little brother"; it seems Merle has a plan and hence all that he is doing is simply an act. So they stand back to back and begin to fight off walkers led into the ring by the Governor's goons. Suddenly, while they are at it, shots ring out, much to everyone’s surprise. ..Read the full recap
Ratings: 12.26 Million Viewers
Locations: Scenes filmed in Woodbury take place in the town of Senoia, GA., and the arena in town is actually an abandoned mill located in rural Georgia.
Trivia: The walker that attacks Woodbury is played by special effects make-up artist Gregory Nicotero.
The Governor: I asked you where your loyalties lie, you said here. Well prove it, prove it to us all. Brother against brother, winner goes free. Fight, to the death!
Daryl: He helped us get out of there.
Rick: Yeah, right after he beat the shit out of you.
Merle: Hey, we both took our licks, man.
Tyreese: I must be the first brother in history to break into prison.
Axel: Makes me the first white boy that didn't want to break out.
Merle: Man, look like you've gone native, brother.
Daryl: No more than you hanging out with that psycho back there.
Merle: Oh, yeah, man. He's a real charmer, I got to tell you that.
Tyreese: Pretty nice having medical training.
Hershel: It only gets you so far...
Tyreese: You were bit?
Sasha: How old is the baby?
Hershel: Barely a week.
Sasha: To be honest, we never thought we'd see another baby. Beautiful.
Carol: It's so quiet. It's easy to forget how loud the world used to be. I used to complain about it all the time. The traffic, construction, car alarms, noise pollution. What I wouldn't give for the sweet sound of a jumbo jet.
Carl: It would be even sweeter if we were all on it.
Carol: Your mom was proud of you.
Carl: For what? Being mean to her?
Carol: No, you can't think about that.
Carl: It's all I think about.
Hershel: You two seem to be holding something back. You want to tell me what happened? I rest easy knowing you can handle yourself, you've got your mothers spirit...and her stubbornness. You hungry?
Hershel: Hey, don't disappear on me.
Rick: I can't be responsible.
Tyreese: You turn us out, you are responsible.
Hershel: Rick, you've done so much for us. I appreciate that, we all do. We owe you our lives. We've done everything you asked, without question, and I'm telling you. You're wrong on this. You've got to start giving people a chance.
(Rick sighs and nods, but then he see's a hallucination or Lori)
Rick: (to Lori) No, no. No, no, no, no. Why are you here, what do you want from me.
Rick: Why are you...I can't help you. Get out, get out!
The fight scene between Daryl and Merle and the morning after in the streets were filmed on two separate days, and so, the people making up the town of Woodbury are not consistent.
When Daryl is trying to convince Rick, Glenn and Maggie to let him leave with Merle, Glenn brings up Carol as an excuse for why Daryl needs to stay. Glenn was being held captive in Woodbury when Carol was found, and so, he should have no idea that she is actually alive.
Ten Little Indians: Sasha tells Rick that it is "like Ten Little Indians" outside of the prison, in reference to their dwindling group of survivors.
'Ten Little Indians' is a children's nursery rhyme.
"One little, two little, three little Indians
Four little, five little, six little Indians
Seven little, eight little, nine little Indians
Ten little Indian boys.
Ten little, nine little, eight little Indians
Seven little, six little, five little Indians
Four little, three little, two little Indians
One little Indian boy."