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The Walking Dead has gone to some great lengths to establish the crushing weight Rick has been shouldering, and the toll it has taken on his fractured psyche. Early on in ‘I Ain’t a Judas,’ Carl approaches his father and simply suggests that Daryl and Hershel take over the leadership responsibilities for bit. “You deserve a rest,” Carl tells the sweat-drenched lump of a man, as he continues to scan the perimeter for gun-toting Woodburians and the occasional glimpse of ghost Lori ducking behind a trees just beyond the prison fence.
Perhaps it was his father’s recent outburst in front of some otherwise congenial company that tipped Carl off, or maybe it was Hershel’s demand that Rick get his “head clear and do something,” but the astute youngster can certainly see his dad isn’t exactly playing with a full deck. How else could anyone rationalize Rick’s tentative welcoming of a one-handed redneck who beat Glenn senseless, remained complicit in Maggie’s assault at the hands of the Governor and attempted to chase down and kill the suddenly-welcome Michonne, when Tyreese, Sasha and the other two soon-to-be-zombie-chow-or-cannon-fodder guys all received the boot?
Initially, it’s good to see that the characters have recognized a problem in Rick’s mental health, and that they’ve made some suggestions along the line of having a nap and/or getting off the pot, so to speak – as if a complete lack of activity or some extreme form of activity will shake him from his foolishness. But it’s all just continuing the trend of discussion without action – or discussion while waiting for some kind of action to find the survivors.