Outside Shane's telling Rick about the high school and how it is just overrun with Walkers, and says that when they got swarmed, Otis told Shane to go on ahead with the supplies and save Carl. He now can't get the image of an eviscerated Otis out of his head. And I'm sad we didn't get to see that attack.
Andrea and Daryl come back and when Carol sees that Sophia isn't with them, she runs back inside for another crying jag. Dale goes down to the ground and gives Andrea her gun, and gets all lectury about not committing suicide with it and asks for forgiveness. She says she's trying, but Dale just looks heartbroken.
Maggie is a mess and is crying about Otis, understandably. But she's pretty loud about it -- did Patricia not overhear this? Farmhouse walls aren't exactly super thick. Glennn wants to know about all of her other friends and family who died, so they look at pictures on the fridge and reminisce about those who have been lost.
Rick and Lori sit on the porch awaiting news, Doc says that their boy is stable. Lori's got her happy face on, but then Hershel makes them feel guilty saying that he's now got to tell Patricia the bad news. Somehow this is Rick's problem to deliver the news? Instead of going to his son? Was Maggie not available? Or Shane who was with him when he died? It seems like an odd choice.
Lori starts crying with her hand over her mouth, when she sees her son. Shane comes in and stares at them. She just tells Shane that he should stay and he half-nods and walks out of the room. He looks like he's pondering life, when Maggie gives him a pile of clothes and tells him he can shower upstairs. She also tells him that the clothes won't fit him because they belonged to Otis... which seems rude, since we saw pictures of at least a couple other dead people who looked more along Shane's build. Also, Patricia might object to her husband's clothes being handed off mere minutes after he died.
But I'm quibbling, because here's where things actually get awesome. Shane stares at himself in the mirror with the water running. He's checking out the abrasions from the fall and tar he ran into that night, but when he spots one on the top of his head, he gets the most evil glint in his eye. Flashback to the zombie attack. You know, the one where Shane claimed that Otis told him to save himself? The two are hustling towards their truck, with the numerous zombies behind them, and shooting backwards into the crowd with their handful of remaining bullets. This is intercut with footage of Shane staring in the mirror and seeming to have a breakdown in the bathroom as he starts tearing the room up looking for something.