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No, I'm not talking about the kind of courage the show balked at earlier this season by faking Glenn's death for cheap thrills.
Once the wall collapsed, the walkers piled into Alexandria just like the ants storming the castle of Sam's cookie in the opening scene.
Deanna comes running to the rescue, and in the process gets tackled by a few walkers and badly cuts her leg on a blade.
 once Rick helps Deanna back to Jessie's house -- where they are joined by Michonne (Danai Gurira), Carl (Chandler Riggs), Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam), Jessie (Alexandra Breckenridge) and her sons Ron (Austin Abrams) and Sam (Major Dodson) -- we quickly learn that Deanna has also suffered a walked a bite.
 while Michonne tends to Deanna's wounds and Rick tries to formulate a strategy to reach the armory, Ron and Carl have a little dust-up in the garage.
Carl defends his dad's actions, while Ron argues Rick is to blame for all the evil that's befallen Alexandria.
When Carl argues that Ron's dad was also a killer, Ron says all of his loved ones are basically dead, locks the door, and takes aim at Carl.
Rick goes all Jack Torrance on the garage door to free the boys, but when Rick asks what happened, Carl lies and says they were fighting off the herd together.
Not sure how he plans to survive among all the walkers, but hey, that's what next season's for!
When it comes to futuristic racers, Psygnosis’ WipEout series is the big wheel down at the cracker factory. Sony’s Studio Liverpool née Psygnosis was shuttered in 2012 and the series itself has since slipped from the limelight, but WipEout’s legacy still looms large. Instrumental to the very success of the original PlayStation, WipEout is arguably Psygnosis’ chef-d'oeuvre.
But WipEout wasn’t the only futuristic racing series Psygnosis put its stamp on back in the late ’90s.