Andrea storms into the Governor's apartment to yell at him, saying he needs to talk to his people before they panic and knock down the gates. "So let 'em," the Governor says, saying he's done taking care of everyone. While he goes through his weapons stash, Andrea asks about Daryl and why he was here. "He came for his friends," the Governor says. "The other people you know. Glenn, and Maggie? Mere's scooped them up on the run. Was holding them to find out where his brother was." Considering the pains the Governor went through to keep Andrea in the dark on this, he seems pretty unrepentant about it now. Perhaps, as is common with a maiming injury, he's already developed some better perspective to make up for his sudden lack of depth perception. "My friends are still alive and we're shooting at each other?" Andrea says. If Daryl were here he'd ask, "What else is new?" Actually, what's funny about that is that as of last night, when she was firing blindly into the smoke-filled streets, the "we" she's using isn't even metaphorical. The Governor says her friends killed six people and rattles off their names like an actual leader. "That man out there, Rich Foster, he makes seven. So that, that's what your friends did." Andrea is pretty disgusted at him for keeping his prisoners a secret during all their fucking. "You're just a visitor here. Just passing through. So why should I tell you?" he asks coldly. Right here is where a normal person would be done with his ass and feel great about it, but stupid Andrea tells him not to drive her out, as though that's not the best thing for her right now and forever. Milton comes into warn the Governor that things are about to get ugly again, but the Governor just keeps doing whatever he's doing, which isn't much.
Inside the prison, Hershel's surviving daughters reunite, and Beth even gives Rick a hug and a kiss as he joins them. The rest of them (including Carol and Carl) head on inside so Hershel can give Rick a report. "He came through, like always," is Hershel's lede, presumably referring to Carl. Hershel asks Rick about their new enemy. Rick describes the scene at the arena and asks, "What kind of sick mind does that?" Rick sees that something's still bothering Hershel and it's not the baby.