Rick sends Glenn to move the cars so they're facing the road, out of the way but ready to go. The inmates are to be given a week's worth of supplies for the road. T-Dogg tries to guilt Rick that they might not last a week, but Rick snaps at him about whether he'd rather have the inmates' blood on his hands or Glenn's or Maggie's. "Neither," T-Dogg says. He's a pretty poor substitute for Dale. As the vehicles get moving, Axel helpfully offers to tune up Daryl's noisy bike for him, but they ignore him and head off as Oscar tells Axel to have some balls.
Inside the prison, Lori, Beth and Carl help Hershel up onto his new crutches for the first time.
Michonne is laying out her plans to Andrea for them to get to the coast, preferably a boat, ideally an island. Michonne clearly has never read World War Z, in which zombies can live underwater indefinitely and come shambling out of the surf at their leisure. Fuckers don't have to breathe, remember? Andrea's not entirely on board and wonders why they're bailing on Woodbury just because Michonne's gut tells her something's off. "It's kept us alive this long," Michonne reminds her. Andrea agrees that that's true. I'm sure she didn't contribute much to the effort.
Glenn leaves the two inmates penned in near a guard tower with a box of food, saying they'll cut them loose when they return. "Thank you, bro," Axel says, earning more mocking from Oscar. There are so many fences and gates in this episode, all right where they need to be at just the right time.
Glenn, Daryl and Rick exit the hole in the outer fence, and Rick alludes to how the prison armory was picked clean and that they're going to burn the bodies in the dog run rather than risk burying walkers in soil they'll want to plant crops in. I realize it's not a terribly interesting conversation, but those might be pertinent facts later in the season. Also, I'm glad to know that the narrow passage between the inner and outer fence is called the dog run instead of the hog chute. I wasn't too far off, I guess.
While the cars are being moved around by T-Dogg, Maggie and Glenn, Hershel comes outside on his crutches, surrounded by Lori, Beth and Carl. Hershel is glad to see the bodies already gone and the place looking like somewhere they can live. Rick and Glenn step inside the outer fence with Daryl armloads of firewood, and Glenn happily calls out encouragement to Hershel, only to attract a few walkers outside the fence. "Can't we just have one good day?" Glenn sighs. You don't know the half of it, buddy. Carol, T-Dogg and Maggie pause in moving the cars to watch Hershel up and about. So the ten of them are scattered around the grounds, in distant groups of three and four, all looking happily at each other across the yard. Even Rick and Lori share a smile, probably their first in months. Enjoy this special moment, everyone, because it's all going to go to shit in three... two... one...