Carl reiterates that hope, whether for Siddiq's survival, or for the new world after the war, is not enough on its own. The two have a disagreement when Ron says that Carl leaving to find Enid is a stupid idea, and then Rick will send more people to find Carl and they will die trying to save him. Back in the present, Otis, the man who accidentally shoots Carl, tells Rick that the farmhouse in which he has been staying is nearby and that the owner, Hershel, is able to help Carl. Enid lures it in one direction with a kitchen timer, then continues running with Carl through the forest. He is finally seen at the front of the church saying goodbye to Abraham's group as they depart to D. Carl is getting weaker.
Even Rick has noticed this and seems quite worried about his son's new attitude. Instead, Jody holds the gun in his hands and slowly walks towards Carl, saying to "take it. Carl is seen hearing his father's speech regarding decisions that affect the whole group. Carl's maturity and his worthiness ultimately earns him his gun back, which he accepts honorably. Later, Michonne who is driving gets the car stuck in mud and thus Carl appears annoyed.
Carl steps out of the RV when the group encounter Savior's blocking the road.
By the time Shane takes over the CB controls and introduces himself, Rick has left the emergency broadcast channel. Rick finds Carl in the barn. Lori agrees and they kiss passionately, before Carl interrupts them, not seeing them kissing. Walkers start banging on their car, Rick rolls down the window aims his python and tells Carl to cover his ears. After T-Dog and Rick get provisions from the prisoners, Carl is assigned to organize the food, but also locates the prison's infirmary on his own and says to have cleared out the infirmary's medical supplies, and killing two walkers in the process. His parents are no longer overly protective of him, as he is part of the first team of the group along with Rick, Daryl, and T-Dog to clear any walkers out of an abandoned house.
Carl Grimes (TV Series)
Carl explains that he didn't know why she was leaving if they were safe inside the walls, to which she replies that she was not meant to hide behind walls. Bonus points if you get the reference. He promises to honor Carl by showing his people that what he did wasn't for nothing. Just talking. Carl reaches for his gun and insists on shooting himself before he dies.