The Governor leads Andrea into Milton's lab, where a record is playing, paintings hang from the ceiling, and Milton is spoon-feeding a sick old man in a bed. The Governor leaves Andrea with Milton and Mr. Coleman, and for now Andrea just runs the record player at Milton's instructions while Milton works a singing bowl and then interviews the old man, who is so far gone he can only answer by raising his right hand in response to correct statements, which include, in their entirety, the fact that the man is Michael Coleman, once married with two kids. He whispers to Milton, asking if they can keep the record playing while they wait.
Glenn is trying vainly to loosen the duct tape binding his arms to the chair when Merle returns, now leading a walker in a neck-snare, inviting Glenn to put himself in Merle's shoes back in Atlanta as he lets the walker slaver away at Glenn. He asks one more time where the group is and when Glenn still doesn't answer, he releases the snare and leaves the two of them in there alone. "You know what they say, he's gonna be hungry again in an hour," he quips on his way out. From the chair, Glenn manages to kick it away and get on his feet, using the chair he's still taped to to fight off the walker, before finally smashing the chair against the stone wall and using a splintered armrest to skewer the walker through the skull. And then he gives a roar that I'm sure must be very reassuring to Maggie in the next room.
In Milton's lab, Andrea is still DJing as Milton explains that they'll await Mr. Coleman's death and reanimation, at which point Milton will re-ask the questions and Andrea will "end the subject's reanimated state." Andrea's up for it. Milton explains that he's trying to determine whether any trace memories or identity remain, and here's this guy dying of prostate cancer willing to help them out. Apparently they've been through this interview ritual several dozen times, which he hopes will cue memories in Mr. Coleman's subconscious mind post-zombie. Andrea lectures that there's nothing left of them. "We'll see," Milton breezes, at which point Andrea realizes he's never seen this before, being not only an orphan and an only child, but a telecommuter. As a telecommuter myself, I'm somewhat offended by the show's portrayal of Milton as representative of the type. He's far too well groomed, to start with. Suddenly he realizes that Mr. Coleman is no longer with us, and he and Andrea uncover him and fasten the restraints, a process that seems a little tough on Milton. I don't think Mr. Coleman would care for it either.