^^ They just tell her that the Zombies will eat her if she doesn't behave.
Yeah, Enid took Carl's death the worst. I think Maggie would have taken it worse if she didn't have to comfort Enid.
Father Gabriel and the doctor had some interesting adventures, until the Saviors caught up with them. Gabriel almost had the doc believing in god and miracles. Now Gabriel is half-blind and heartbroken and back with the Saviors-- and working with Eugene, who was a little worried that his breathing days were over for a minute.
Speaking of being back with the Saviors, Dwight gave himself up to save Tara, who had actually tried to put a bullet between his eyes. Tara really went off the deep end there, but now she believes that Dwight is for real. But will he ever be able to get away from the Saviors again?
Anyway, that Zombie Swamp was pretty cool and kind of gruesome, like an EC comic. And even more gruesomer, and possibly gruesomest, was Eugene's idea of catapulting zombie parts over the walls into hilltop. It's kind of surprising that he's never suggested that before, because they used to do that back in the days of the Black Plague, which is something I'm sure Eugene would know.