There is, of course, another possibility that the show didn't spend much time with because Carol has been removed from the situation (and did she have cancer or was that haircut just an unfortunate fashion choice?) and neither of the other women have nursed children that we know of, but it is possible to psychologically or pharmacologically induce lactation in a woman who hasn't just given birth, which exposes the possibility of wet nursing. If I were close enough to a hospital or other source from whence I might be able to procure the appropriate drugs, I would at least be carrying some around as a contingency, because it's one hell of a lot less bulky to carry around a super-sized jug of pills for mother (which one assumes would not be in particularly high demand) than it would be to scrounge formula in case of problems. I'm actually a little surprised that one of the men didn't at least ask about the possibility in the long term, but maybe they'll come back to that. Judging by the purchasing limitations on formula, you can run through that shit pretty damn fast, so they're going to have to figure something out before the accessible territory is completely scavenged. Assuming Woodbury is within traveling distance (which it better be, because otherwise this season is going to have a hell of a time coming together), they've presumably already picked through some of that. With respect to the rest of the episode, I have some concerns. For one, I really wish the show hadn't tried to talk up T-Bone there. You had your chance to make him any sort of character and you blew it - hopefully now you can just leave it alone. I also hope that Michonne has a somewhat different origin story than what I remember from the comics, as I'd really like for there to be some justification as to how she's totally a samurai now, maybe a year after the world ended. I also really don't quite understand the point of the zombie cage match. You've got two of your security guys fighting, which can only have negative consequences for you, and the zombies are....the electrified ring? I think that this is supposed to be one of those things that's reminiscent of the comic, but I also thought that in the comic it was people versus zombies, which makes more sense to me. And the Carol question needs to be resolved more conclusively, because I don't remember seeing her die, so she should either reappear or we should get a definitive statement of her final resolution. I think one of those three graves was supposed to be for her, but I can't help but feel as though I'm missing an entire scene. And because it wouldn't be me if I didn't, here's a dumb question: Should Rick really be running around swinging that axe with his mouth wide open like that? That doesn't seem particularly sanitary. I mean, if a bite from one of those things will kill you dead, I shudder to think what comes of eating them.