In the woods, Rick is hanging red rags on the trees, and Shane is looking all pissed off. To cheer him up, Rick asks Shane about this girl he used to bang at the Dairy Queen. There is a lengthy conversation about Shane's sexual prowess when he was a teenager and the PE teachers that he used to have sex with "on the regular." I'll take pissy Shane instead, thanks. Rick was not what you'd call a stud in high school. Big surprise. Shane starts to get weird, saying that everyone in their stories is dead and they're wasting their time talking about them. Rick says it is nice to think about the past. I'd rather see Shane and Rick in high school than flashbacks to Atlanta getting bombed and fireballs that look less convincing than Gone With the Wind, but I'm overruled here. Shane brings us around to his point, which is that they don't have time to waste searching for some little girl who is most likely dead by police standards, as it has been far longer than the normal 72 hours. He thinks they should think of the greater good, and he even brings up Carl getting shot in the searching process. Rick's not willing to give up, and then he sees a tree with a blue rag on it (which indicates it is part of T-Dog's grid) and the two head back to camp.
Daryl's out on a horse, shooting squirrel for fun. He spots something by the river, dismounts and goes down to check it out. He sees a small doll that has been washed up -- unsurprisingly, it's the one that Sophia had. She does not respond when called to, but he takes this as a sign of hope and carries it with him.
Back in the saddle, his filly gets skittish when she sees a horse, and Daryl gets tossed down the big ridge and into the water that is at least 100 feet below surrounded by some massive rocks. At the bottom, we see that one of Daryl's arrows has pierced through his side, and there's a pool of blood quickly forming in the water around him. Still, he quickly gets up, rips off his sleeves and binds off his wound. Then he gathers his things and starts back up the very sheer looking ridge... with the arrow still in his side. That's gotta hurt. He's got his crossbow and a stick that he uses for some leverage, but it is quite the arduous process.
At the farm, Glennn confirms that Lori is pregnant and she wants him to keep his mouth shut as she hasn't told anyone yet. Glennn seems to think that Rick is the baby daddy... because he is a moron who doesn't consider the odds and or the time it would take her to realize she was pregnant. But she doesn't correct him because she sees Shane and Rick returning from the woods. She wants to know what's wrong, and he informs her that Shane wants to call off the Search for Sophia. (If there were newscasters still alive, you can bet there'd be an infographic specifically about this missing girl and the brave men and women who were fending off zombies to find her). Rick explains Shane's very valid points about risking everyone's lives, wasting food and resources, slowing down their progress of getting to their final destination, etc. And Lori thinks that Rick is doing a good thing, and if it were Carl, she'd want to know for sure if he was alive or dead. Their insufferable conversation is interrupted by Hershel's daughter, who says that the doc is requesting an audience with Rick.