I'll be sad when that old guy dies, assuming he'll eventually die in some heroic or sacrificial way, paving the way for another character's coming-of-age-type moment. Most likely the suicidal chick. (I'm terrible at remembering names in this show)
And I agree about the RV zombie. It seemed unusually focused. I always want to tell the survivors to attack with their mouths closed. If you turn just by getting bit, you'll likely turn just by getting zombie guts in your eyes or mouth.
@RDark - They had to gut the zombie to make sure there were no little girl parts in its gut. Or maybe your question was rhetorical. Anyway. It reminded me of the season one scene where they beat the tar out of one to smear the guts all over themselves. (i.e., the nasty things we do to survive) I don't think Carl will die, but that shot really did come out of nowhere. My first thought was the one-handed redneck, but we really have no reason to assume that he's around. Does he even have a rifle?
Either way, I really like that they split the group. I'll likely prevent Shane from running off and it can introduce some new blo... er, characters to the show.
The church scene makes sense when you think about how desperate these people are. Even Rick, who says he isn't much of a believer, putting his faith elsewhere, is at his wits end. They literally have no hope, so they're grasping at anything. Yeah, even a mother asking to be punished so her child can be found safe or an atheist/agnostic asking for a sign. They're lower than rock bottom. They're proverbially six feet under and trying to claw their way back up through the dirt.
Unless you just meant that the church zombies were weird. I thought they were, the one veiled and the other smiling a little too intelligently. Have we seen zombies smile on this show before?