Back to Daryl -- a.k.a. the only thing about this episode worth watching -- and he's halfway up the ridge but at a particularly difficult part that requires a lot of upper body strength, which he has... when he doesn't have an arrow piercing his skin. So he falls... all the way back down. Poor Daryl!
Hershel is gassing up the generators when Rick finds him. He wants to know about his missing horse and the missing Jimmy. Rick says that he thought everyone had permission from Hershel. Hershel tells him that he needs to get his people under control.
Daryl is passed out when Merle (!!!!) walks over to him. We see that he still has his hand, so we know it's just a beautiful dream. Daryl smirks when he opens his eyes to see this hallucination. Merle tells his dumb brother to take out the arrow and properly tie up his wound. Merle has the biggest shit-eating grin on his face and I just love it so much. Merle is unimpressed that the little brother he trained is going to die in the woods like a wimp. He's also a mite pissed that Daryl has devoted days to finding a little girl (and turns it into a disgusting comment... as you'd expect) but that he barely looked for Merle. A bloody Daryl calls him on the fact that he left the building. Merle has some feelings about Rick, who is the one that handcuffed him to the roof in the first place. "You're a joke is what you are. Playing errand boy to a bunch of pansy asses, ni***rs and democrats. You are nothing but a freak to them. Redneck trash. That's all you are. They are laughing at you behind their backs. I've got news for you son, one of these days they are gonna scrape you off their heels like you are dog shit." Then he advises him to wake up and go back to camp and shoot Rick in the face as payback. This is the best pep talk I've ever heard in my entire life.