Rick believes that he and his friends can survive together with the Greenes, but Hersel insists the survivors can't stay for much longer.
Hershel sets a deadline for Rick to leave his place when "The Walking Dead" returns next week. In a clip for the upcoming outing, the veterinarian tells the former deputy sheriff to take his friends away from his farm in the end of the week.
Rick pleads with Hershel to let them stay, offering themselves to help his work and ensure their security, but the farm owner insists he has made the decision. Rick even uses his wife's pregnancy to ask Hersel's favor, but the old man refuses to change his mind.
Also in the November 27 episode which will serve as the midseason finale of the horror series, Glenn stands up for himself and Shane takes charge. While all secrets are out in the open, Lori seems to rebuild her bond with her husband Shane as seen in another sneak peek for the episode titled "Pretty Much Dead Already".