T-Dog is still trying to raise a signal to talk to his friends outside of town, while the others are looking at the streets below for a way out. Dixon, who is thankfully still handcuffed, woos Andrea by calling her "sugar-tits" and offering to "bump uglies" with her if she sets him free. She'd rather die, and after watching two relatively attractive people have sex while zombies roam rampant, I'm grateful she's got some common sense. Rick and Morales wonder if the sewers are a viable option. Jacqui happens to know of some possible access points, because she used to work in the city zoning office. Useful. That's pretty much all she gets to do in the episode, but hey, it's something.
Glenn's been to the city on occasion before, but never gone down into the freaky sewer. He isn't keen on going down, but he's volunteered as the guinea pig. The others want to follow him, but he doesn't want a whole group coming. He already feels responsible enough for getting them into this mess, as he usually makes these snatch and grab excursions solo and quickly. He makes Rick and Andrea stand guard by the store windows where the zombies are avidly trying to break in. He and Morales go down in the sewer, while Jacqui keeps lookout. Seems like Glenn's in charge and he didn't even have to be a racist asshole or hold a gun to anyone's head in order to get the post.
Down in the tunnel, it's effing creepy. Up in the store, it's not much better. It's like Black Friday outside, with anxious customers trying to pound their way through the double doors. Do the zombies really just want the latest looks in fashion? Or some great deals on makeup? A little bit of bronzer would really go a long way to making them more attractive. Andrea apologizes for putting a gun to Rick's head, though she does say he deserved it. He gives her tips on how to use her gun, since she had the safety on the whole time.
On the roof, T-Dog is still trying to make contact on his walkie-talkie. Dixon is acting like a real Debbie Downer, but says that if T-Dog goes and gets a hacksaw and cuts him free, he'd have a sunnier disposition. Not that I'm entirely buying that. God, Michael Rooker plays the best creep. T-Dog doesn't think that he wants to free a guy who spews the n-word and beat him to a pulp and will probably shoot the cop. T-Dog may not be able to hold his head up on his own at the moment, but he does have some common sense.
Morales and Glenn find the sewer, but are stopped by a rebar gate. Good thing, since there's a rat-eating zombie right on the other side. The duo can't high-tail it out of there fast enough. Meanwhile, Andrea is shopping for accessories. She finds a mermaid necklace that she thinks her sister would like. She hesitates about just swiping it, and worries about looting (even though that was the entire point of their trip to the city) when the walkers make it through the first set of doors. And since Glenn and Morales just informed the rest that there's no underground way out, things really aren't looking good.