I actually liked this episode. The tension that even I was feeling at home as the herd of zombies passed by the car was crazy! I was imagining it was like being trapped in a house hearing a tornado go over; it would have been terrifying to those in the trunk. Someone mentioned earlier why didn't the zombies try to get in the trunk… There were a few bangs and close grunts that gave me the impression that several tried to open the trunk but couldn't, and simply moved on. And from the muddy footprints the herd left behind as the camera panned out left me to believe there were HUNDREDS of zombies in this herd; not just a few. Much more perceived tension that a few clumsy actors groping through a hole in a wall… This was terrifying. I liked it! The sexual tension between Beth and Daryl was quite intriguing. Innuendo everywhere. Sure I cried "BS!" just like the rest of you at some scenes. No way any red-blooded American male in a post-apocolyptic state resists the urge to repopulate the planet with an attractive 18 year old slugging back the 'shine and coming on heavy to you. Playing "I never"? Hah! When they were yelling at each other, I expected them to grab each other by the faces and aggressively go off on each other. But alas, no Beth sex scene. It's been said before, you find what you like, you find what you want to complain about; to each their own. But I thought it was a good episode that told us a little more about Beth, Daryl, and the rest of civilization when the outbreak occurred. I especially liked the country club scenes. I don't read the comics but I was imagining a scenario where the food/water/supplies were starting to run out, and the rich folks thought the "help" weren't worthy of the supplies, and a class revolt of sorts took place. They probably didn't realize that those they hung would turn.