Allen asks if everything was okay, and Lori tells them all she's pregnant. Everyone is speechless and Allen says he doesn't know what to say. Rick says congratulations has worked for years. Allen apologizes and states his worry about giving birth in a world without doctors and hospitals, but Rick assures that this is still good news.
While Rick is extinguishing the fires, Dale comes to talk to him. Dale confides to Rick that he thinks the baby might be Lori and Shane's. Rick asks Dale to drop it. Dale reminds Rick that he has been with them little over a month, and Rick yells at him not to say another word. Rick says they have had sex once and he can't dwell on it or his mind will go crazy. Dale apologizes and hugs him, recommending to get some rest.
At the road, they find a house but it's burned. Rick says they have to leave. While Glenn is filling the gas tank, Dale screams and falls down in front of a frozen zombie. Dale confirms he's not bitten, and Glenn thinks the zombie is frozen. It moves and Glenn gets scared. Rick kills the zombie. Survivors learn the zombies freeze faster than normal humans. The group come across a group of houses enclosed by a fence, titled "Wiltshire Estates." The group proceeds to clear a house which leads them to think that they may have found a permanent sanctuary. They end up spending the night inside the cleared house. What they don’t notice is that a snow covered sign that reads “ALL DEAD DO NOT ENTER.”
- Rick Grimes
- Lori Grimes
- Carl Grimes
- The "All Dead Do Not Enter" sign in the Wiltshire Estates was written by Brian Blake, in The Walking Dead Novel, The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor. Brian goes on to become The Governor where he takes on aspects of his brother's personality.
- This is the first issue in which the survivors notice that zombies freeze faster than humans.