What questions did Episode 3 leave you asking?
Shane has returned with the medical supplies, but how did he manage to escape from the high school?
It’s crunch time for Carl as Shane returns from the walker infested high school with all the tools and medicines Hershel will need to perform the life-saving surgery.
Shane’s seemingly miraculous return was marred somewhat by the fact that he returned alone, saying that Otis had sacrificed himself in order to allow Shane to make it back to the house with the supplies. In reality Shane used his last bullet to incapacitate Otis, allowing him to escape as the walkers descend on Otis.
If you were in that position, would you do the same thing? And do you think Shane’s choice to save himself like that will come back to haunt him?
The other moral question raised in this week’s episode was whether or not Lori and Rick should let Carl die, which would put an end to his having to suffer through a world overrun with walkers. Lori can’t help but ask herself if it may indeed be better for her son to die, but Rick can’t accept that, he’s holding on to the belief that they can all make it through this, together.
Thankfully, when it came time for Lori to make the call about whether or not Hershel should operate, Lori agreed that Carl should live and try to fight on. Do you think they made the right choice?
This week’s episode asked some big questions:
Would you throw someone else in the path of a herd of walkers to escape?
Is Carl better off dead or alive?
Did Shane miss the chance to give himself an awesome, post-apocalyptic Mohawk?
Will they manage to find Sophia? After all, searching for her is what brought all of this about in the first place.
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