Out in a barn -- but not the barn o'walkers, the one with the horses -- Dale sees that Nervous Nelly (the she-beast that dumped boyfriend Daryl to his near-death) has returned of her own accord. Dale lies to Hershel that he took a walk this morning, wandered near the barn and heard the moans. Hershel says that walkers are just sick, misunderstood people, and no more dangerous than a paranoid schizophrenic. Dale says that he's seen people come back as zombies and they aren't the same, but Hershel's wife and stepson are "living" in the barn and that Dale should mind his business. But Dale claims to be worried about everyone's safety (even though they've all been living here for some indeterminate amount of time and they've been fine) and wants to involve Rick. Hershel says Rick is a fine person, but there might be some questionable characters in Dale's group who might be a little... prone to selfish behaviors. Gee, could he more obviously be talking about Shane?
Hershel is working outside, when Lori comes over to bug him. She wants to express her gratitude for him saving her son (and we see Carl happily returning from his gun lesson) and she informs Hershel that they'll earn their keep, but he's not having it. He tells her that she needs to start thinking about moving on, now that Carl's up and around. No mention of the hopeless case that is Sophia. Lori gives that look of terror, instead of perhaps concern like she was going for.
Before they go off to the suburbs, Shane tries to teach Andrea how to shoot a moving target. IN THE WOODS! This is so awful. She can't hit the swinging branch, and he tries to distract her so that she'll be able to properly shoot under pressure. Mostly he calls her a girl, but he takes it too far when he tells her that she should pretend the branch is the walker that bit her sister Amy. She gets pissed and storms off.
Lori confronts Rick about the Hershel situation, and while this conversation is insufferable and completely whiny, the gist is that she's pissed he didn't tell her and wants to make things worse by crying to Hershel in order to stay on the farm. Maybe if she knew about the barn o'walkers she'd be less inclined to stay.