Jake shivers and groans with cold. Stanley brings over a small handful of straw and...puts it under his HEAD? Why doesn't he cover Jake with the straw? Who cares if he has a pillow? Oh, Stanley, you are so, so simple. Stanley tells Jake encouraging things, like how they've been through worse. There was this one time when two of them got stuck on the roof of the town hall in the middle of lightning storm. They were afraid the lightning was going to set off their fireworks, and there's some contention over which one of them screamed like a little girl in wanting to get off the roof. I vote for Stanley. I don't know why. Jake strikes me as the quietly-wetting-his-pants type. Stanley offers Jake some water, but discovers that it's frozen right through. Wouldn't Stanley have noticed that it was solidifying? Wouldn't Stanley's body heat have kept it from freezing? No, no, no! Of course not, because Stanley's a zombie, and zombies have NO BODY HEAT! Jake tries to send Stanley to an abandoned cabin he saw up the road, but Stanley refuses to leave him and even lays his vest across Jake's chest. He likes his brains warm. They argue whether or not Mimi's going to make it back, but Stanley says, "Mimi's strong -- she'll find her way." Why aren't they huddling together for body heat?
Episode Report CardKeckler: B | 430 USERS: C+
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