Lee: It's a combination lock.
Doug: Hey man, what are you doing? We can't even think about going out there unless the keys are out there, for sure!
Lee: Look at the one trapped over there...
Doug: Better him than us, huh?
Lee: Oh shit...
Doug: What? Do you know that guy?
Lee: Kind of. He has a familiar face.
Doug: Ah, you're from around here, huh? Could be anybody, you know? They start rotting and get all chewed up and ...
Lee: Shut up, Doug. Look at the uniform, though. He could've worked at the drugstore and died with keys in his pocket.
Doug: It would take a lot of effort to make it safe enough to go out there and see if he has the keys. If we could somehow prove that he worked here, I think it'd be worth it.
Lee: I'll see what I can find. That place is full of TV's and electronics. Think you can do anything with this?
Doug: You know what I could do?
Lee: What's that?
Doug: It's universal. I could program it to work with those TV's across the street. Let's just hope the power is still on.
Lee: You can just do that?
Doug: Well, I memorized all the codes when I was in AV. Let's try.
Lee: Well fucking done, Doug. All that dork nonsense might save a life.
Doug: Who's to say it already hasn't? That got a few of them to take notice.
Lee: But not enough. Did you guys try to get in there and get weapons?
Doug: I did, but it was too risky. Then a bunch of guy showed up and they tried.
Lee: And what happened?
Doug: I think they're most of who you see wandering around out there.
Lee: Those TV's are on and I'm sure they're making a lot of noise behind that glass. Man, that's a hasty fortification job over there.
Doug: Yeah, it didn't work.
Lee: That guy over there has the keys.
Doug: How can you be sure?
Lee: I found this in the office. That boy in the photo worked here. The keys being on him is as good a bet as we can make.
Doug: Yeah, I agree. We just need to figure out how to get out there and get them. You wouldn't need long, right?
Lee: Nah, just a few seconds.
Doug: Maybe there's a way to distract them and buy you some time.
Lee: I can't reach that brick. I can't reach that brick. Open sesame.
Doug: That won't work.
Lee: I was kidding.
Doug: It's universal, but not that universal.
Lee: I know, Doug. Doug, you want to get this door open?
Doug: About that...
Lee: You've got the combo, right?
Lee: Did anyone ever have it?
Doug: Look, man. There were a lot of those things trying to get in here.
Lee: And now we can't get back out onto the street.
Doug: We're also party to some egregious fire code violations.
Lee: I can't reach that brick. Let's head back inside.
Lee: How we doing?
Doug: Good, want to go have a look around outside?
Lee: Not now.
Doug: All right.
Lee: No "I'm sorry to hear your loved one was eaten by the living dead," cards.
Katjaa: We can't let anything happen to Ducky.
Kenny: I know, hon.
Lee: It's all melted now.
Kenny: Hey Lee, maybe punching him wasn't such a good idea.
Lee: There were worse plans.
Kenny: Says the guy who didn't get punched in the mouth. Anyway, we, Kat and I, appreciate your support.
Katjaa: Thank you, Lee.
Lee: How's Duck doing?
Katjaa: He's okay. It was just the shock.
Kenny: We're lucky as hell nobody go nabbed on the way in here.
Lee: No kidding.
Katjaa: How is she doing?
Lee: She's good, I think.
Kenny: She's a tough one, right there.
Katjaa: She's just a little girl, Ken.
Kenny: What were you saying, Lee, she spent days surviving on her own?
Lee: That's right.
Kenny: Not just any little girl can do that.
Lee: Are you guys all right?
Kenny: We're just fine, considering.
Lee: How 'bout you, Duck?
Katjaa: We've all been through a lot.
Lee: What't the plan?
Kenny: Hang tight, I suppose. Seems pretty dangerous out there, so we ought to wait for things to clear up.
Katjaa: You said your family was from here in Macon?
Lee: That's right.
Katjaa: Where are they? Should we go looking for them?
Lee: They're gone.
Katjaa: Oh my goodness, do you think? How?
Lee: I just know, all right?
Kenny: Kat, it's not our business. Lee, you got a second?
Kenny: Back on Hershel's farm...
Kenny: We didn't even try to savee him. That blood is on our hands, you know?
Lee: It happened pretty fast.
Kenny: I guess, but I can't stop seeing him in my head.
Lee: We can't kill ourselves over it.
Kenny: We killed that boy. We could've saved him together.
Lee: We did what we could. Bad things happen. We didn't make a choice that killed Shawn. You think you do, when you look back on it but in a moment, when things are really out of control, you don't have any choice.
Kenny: I guess.
Lee: Try to let it go.
Katjaa: We just need to get back to Fort Lauderdale.
Kenny: We'll do our damnedest.
Lee: This battery should fit the radio.
Carly: Great. Thanks.
Lee: Hey Carly, you ready to head out?
Carly: You got it. You?
Carly: Let's go.