They all end up in an upstairs room where guns are stacked in every available space and several unavailable ones. The walls seem to be covered with chalkboard paint, a fact Morgan has taken full advantage of with colorful, overlapping, semi-sensical notes to himself. Rick explains to Michonne that he showed Morgan the weapons locker last year, although even that accounts for less than half of what Morgan's accumulated in his arsenal. They flop him down on a cot, and Michonne and Carl get to work looting his weapons and ammo while Rick takes a look around. He seems to notice the notes on the wall for the first time, with the word CLEAR showing up repeatedly in the brightest, boldest letters among Morgan's stream-of-consciousness scrawlings. It gives him pause, but even he grabs a gun before pulling up short when he finds the two-way radio he left Morgan a year ago as his lifeline. Oh yeaaah, that. This seems to hit him hard, as does a big note reading "DUANE TURNED." I guess that clears up what happened to Morgan's son.
So he says they're going to wait until Morgan wakes up to make sure he's okay. "He tried to kill us and we didn't leave him for the walkers. He's had a good day," Michonne argues. Rick insists, even over Michonne's objections that Morgan is dangerous. But he splits the difference by zip-tying the unconscious man's hands together to his cot. While he's busy with that, Carl heads into the next room, where most of a wall is taken up with a highly detailed map of the neighborhood. Carl can figuratively see their house from here, but Morgan has marked it "TAKEN," then crossed that off to amend, "BURNT OUT." Rick wonders if the reason Carl wanted to come was to see the house but he's being cagey. Rick doesn't pursue it, instead gets crabby listening to Michonne crunch on Morgan's food rations. "Mat said 'welcome,'" she deadpans. Carl announces that he's going on a run -- there's a baby place around the corner, and there probably wasn't much crib-looting, so they could probably pick one up for the baby. Michonne offers to help carry it, even though she can totally see he's actually up to something else, and Rick agrees, telling Carl to yell if he gets in trouble. He and Michonne head out together like the rock-solid allies they aren't.