Andrea comes out of Woodbury's makeshift hospital (with nine people apparently hurt inside) and meets Milton outside. He tells her the Governor's holed up in his apartment and won't come out. Meanwhile, out on the street, people are trying to leave, crowding up against the wall and driving overloaded cars right up to the barricade. The guards have turned their weapons inward against the growing mob, one of whom gets kicked to the ground. While the guards turn around to deal with a half-dozen walkers approaching from without, Andrea tries to calm down the situation, but it's rapidly escalating, with car horns blaring and guards getting increasingly threatening with their guns. But it all becomes moot as -- up the street -- a couple of zombies are attacking in the middle of the main street in broad daylight. Andrea and one of the guards run up and take out the walkers, but it's too late for their victims. Including the one who's still alive, lying helplessly on the ground. The crowd gathers around Andrea while she's standing over him, and a woman begs Andrea to help him. She just stands there, until the Governor comes out, puts a bullet in his brain and turns back around to go right back inside. Like he was just coming out to get the paper. Of course, there are no papers in Woodbury, but if there were any, today they would consist in their entirety of a banner headline screaming, "WE'RE FUCKED!"
Back at the prison, Carl and Carol are still hanging out at that guard tower. Carol delivers an unsolicited lecture about how noisy the world used to be and how much she misses it now. Carl, meanwhile, is thinking about how mean he used to be to his mom. Cheer up, kid, Maggie's the once who sliced her open. Before this can get too maudlin, the Hyundai pulls into view and they hurry to open the gates for it. Rick gets out just inside the outer one and tells them to drive on ahead and he and Carl hug happily. Carol, though, is upset to see Daryl missing. Rick hastily explains that he's alive, but went off with his brother. She's pretty wounded -- not to say in denial -- about his not coming back. "And Oscar?" Carl asks. Nice of someone to remember. He closes the inner gate while Rick hugs Carol. You know, they had to know that not everybody was going to be returning from this rescue mission. Otherwise how did they expect to bring back six people in a car that seats four?