(For part one of this article, please click here.)
The show returns with a video package with Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick, and on his scenes with Morgan.
They discuss the title of the episode, and Tyler thinks that because Morgan didn't kill the one zombie he should have (his wife), his whole life was ruined. Now he sees his purpose in life as to clear out the walkers. They talk about Carl shooting Morgan in front of Rick, and what that means for Carl. Tyler thinks Carl doesn't feel, he just makes decisions and pulls the trigger. They talk about Carl growing up in the zombie apocalypse, and what that will mean when he hits the full-on teenage years.
Another audience question asks if Morgan was killing people as well as zombies, and Hardwick says definitely. Tyler says he knew everyone was a threat, and points out the boobytraps in his home including the bloody axe, which had obviously been used before.
A viewer question asks about the "new" Merle, and Tyler says she was against him coming back to the prison, but it seems like Merle has changed since he knows he's hunted by the Governor. Porter thinks it's just a matter of common interests, and when it's all over they'll throw him out. Hardwick says that Steven Yeun, who plays Glenn, pointed out in a panel discussion that Merle had tried to kill most of the cast at one point or another.
A viewer call asks if Carl died, would Rick be more like Morgan. Hardwick says Carl is the tether for Rick, who doesn't seem connected to Judith. Tyler thinks Rick sees Judith as the connection to the death of Lori. Porter says he wouldn't go crazy like Morgan, he'd just go out into the world, guns blazing until it was all over.
A Facebook question asks Tyler how Archer would handle a zombie apocalypse, and she says they'd probably all just get drunk and start having sex, and the zombies would overrun them. Another question asks Porter who'd survive if zombies attacked the Freiday Night Lights casts, and he says Riggins would probably be the toughest.
Another question asks if Rick's people will shoot adolescents if the Woodbury people attack the prison, and Hardwick says certainly. Tyler agrees, and Porter wonders if Rick will set up booby traps like Morgan. After a brief discussion about why the Governor hasn't found Morgan, we see the clip from next week's show where Rick and the Governor are face-to-face.
A viewer question asks at what age you start training Judith to kill zombies, and Tyler says she thinks Judith will get a gun as soon as she's old enough to fire one.
In the poll question, 87% of the responses say there was nothing Rick could have done to save Morgan.
Porter says next week will be the quiet before the storm, and Tyler says she thinks Michonne will rally the troops next week.
Next week's guests will be Elisa Dushku and Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie.
-- Reid Kerr thinks in some ways it makes more sense for Morgan to be crazy than it does for everyone else to still be sane. Follow Reid on Twitter and yell at him there.