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After Rick subdues Morgan who has attacked him, he tries to help Morgan remember who he is by saying that Morgan found him "last year" in Rick's front yard. Although the story's chronology is not synchronized with the series' calendar timeline, surely it has been more a year since Rick last saw Morgan.
*Actually, it is more likely to be slightly less than a year since Rick last saw Morgan. As Judith's parentage is questioned, we can assume that Lori became pregnant around the time Rick found her and Carl. (Again assuming she stopped sleeping with Shane once Rick returned.) Lori gave birth prematurely to Judith, so she would have been pregnant for less than 38 weeks. It also does not appear to have been more than 3 months since Lori's death (considering Judith's growth/development.) So unless Rick wandered for some months before meeting up with Glenn in Atlanta, it would have been nearly a year since Rick last saw Morgan.
Goof: At 40:49 Michonne is wearing a crossbow on her back. When the camera angle changes, the crossbow is already in the car as she is shutting the hatch.
Sarah Wayne Callies is listed in the opening credits of this episode.
The weapon that Rick uses in this episode is the M4 carbine.
The weapon that Rick uses when he goes to Woodbury is the fourth generation Colt M-16 rifle. It has the firing rate of 700-950 rounds a minute. Standard magazines hold thirty rounds.
There was a total of fifteen Walkers and one person killed in this episode. Rick has the most kills with seven Walkers.
The weapon Martinez uses in this episode is a 9mm Heckler & Koch MP5 submachine gun.
A total of five Walker kills and three Humans deaths were confirmed in this episode. Michonne had the highest kill rate at one Walker and two Humans.
Although listed in the main and guest credits respectively, both Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) and Carol (Melissa McBride) do not appear in the episode (obviously).
In this episode, there were 24 confirmed Walker kills and three living humans. Rick Grimes had the most kill with 6 Walkers.
The handgun that T-Dog uses in this episode is a Smith and Wesson 9mm Ladysmith 3913.
As a tribute to the fallen in this episode, no music is played during the closing credits.
There are nine confirmed Walker deaths and nine living human deaths in this episode. Merle has the most kills with four Walkers.
Although credited in the main and guest credits, Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori), Norman Reedus (Daryl), Steven Yuen (Glenn), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Chandler Riggs (Carl), Melissa McBride (Carol) and Scott Wilson (Hershel) do not appear in this episode.
This episode also marks the first appearance of Michael Rooker (Merle) and David Morrissey (The Governor) in the main credits.
There were thirty confirmed Walker kills in the episode and three living humans. Rick and Tomas both tied with the most kills at five Walkers and one living human a piece.
Tomas's handgun he uses in the episode is a 38 caliber Smith & Wesson Airweight Special AA snub-nose. Capable of only carrying five rounds.
There were 56 confirmed Walker kills in this episode.
As stated in the episode, the song that Beth and Maggie sing is called "The Parting Glass". It is a traditional song from Ireland and Scotland that has existed since at least the early 1600's and is sung at the end of gatherings.
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