She looks like she ate a sour lemon and says that a baby crying will draw attention of the walkers, like shooting practice won't, and that she doesn't want to have a kid in a ditch. Well, if they leave now they could find a new place before the kid is born. Think, Lori. Rick points out that if she'd told him, they could have weighed the pros and cons together, instead of nearly getting Glennn killed in the process. She says that she wanted the abortion, or whatever, to be on her conscience instead of Rick's. He gets that, but says he can't be in a marriage of lies, and she finally admits to having lots of sex with Shane. But Rick, who isn't as dumb as he looks, had already figured that out. End of the world, she thought he was dead, etc... She doesn't tell him that Shane specifically told her that he was dead, but you know, details like that can wait. And that's where the episode ends. That's the big cliffhanger for the week? Lame. Just when I thought this show couldn't disappoint me more.
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