WARNING: If you don't want to know what happens in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
Addy's tracked down Lucy to an old boat yard, where the zombie princess (who, if you remember, now looks to be about ten years old) is playing with her new zombie pals.
It looks like Addy and Lucy are gonna get away scot free until The Man shows up. Addy and The Man proceed to engage in mortal kombat … disengaging every now and then to fight the zombies that are all riled up by Lucy's screams.
The Man wins this first round as he traps Addy on a burning boat, from which she escapes just before it explodes.
Luckily, Lucy has left behind a severed zombie arm that points Addy in the right direction and the chase is on once again.
Lucy continues to be a pest on the road, taunting The Man with her new favorite song: "You're Gonna Die, They're Gonna Eat You."
The Man counters with running over several zombies until Lucy promises to be quiet. It's all rather adorable.
Addy wins the second round as she manages to set up an ambush at a roadblock, shooting The Man and commandeering his truck and hostage.
Addy and Lucy drive off as The Man pauses to appreciate the bullet-resistant properties of his Kevlar vest.
Meanwhile, Doc's still on his bike, hot on Addy's trail. At the boat yard, he finds a message left for him by Addy …
… and the severed zombie arm that points him in the right direction. Back on the bike, old man!
Thinking that The Man is dead or at least considerably wounded, Addy and Lucy treat themselves to a shopping spree. Addy's looking even more like an action figure in her sexy new outfit while Lucy learns that 'protection and practical' is the best way to plan your apocalyptic wardrobe.
Lucy throws a bit of a temper tantrum when the subject of her mother comes up, insisting that there's no way she could be dead. Addy gives her the harsh truth of the zombie apocalypse: people die, and the more you love them, the more likely they're going to die.
Lucy's growing pains are interrupted by the sudden appearance of The Man. Lucy makes a run for the river, with both The Man and Addy in pursuit.
The Man and Addy once again fight like crazy, with Addy taking a particularly nasty beating as The Man dislocates her shoulder.
The Man wins the third round as he drives off with Lucy, leaving a broken and battered Addy on the rocky shore.
Speaking of growing pains, Lucy experiences another sudden spurt in the truck as she now looks to be about 15 years old. And she craves chocolate! The Man despairs at the fact that he now has a teenager on his hands and reluctantly agrees to go looking for her sugary treat.
Meanwhile, Doc comes across a DeLorean from which emerges himself and 10K dressed like Doc Brown and Marty McFly from Back to the Future. Lay off that Z-weed, Doc! (Or have even more of it.)
Elsewhere, Addy somehow gets back on her feet, even managing to pike a few Z's before she slams her shoulder back into place against a tree. Aunt Addy is badass!
The Man and Lucy have stopped at a General Store, looking for chocolate. Lucy continues to bond with the zombie population, insisting that they're communicating their names to her and expressing their human-like desires.
Lucy becomes fed up with The Man's bullying and impatience and exits out the back door, leaving him to deal with her Z pals.
Lucy bites the hand of a zombie wearing a Grandpa sweater, seemingly setting it on some sort of mission.
Lucy manages to get the truck started and careens around the block, eventually slamming into and running over The Man, who managed to escape from the General Store. Revenge for all the Z's he hit on the road!
Down the road, Lucy meets up with Addy, though their reunion is short-lived when The Man emerges from underneath the truck (this guy is indestructible!). The Man drives off with Lucy once again, leaving Addy with a broken motorbike.
Addy flags down an approaching car and throws the female driver onto the road ...
... though she doesn't get too far before she realizes the woman's young daughter is in the backseat.
Addy gives the little girl the gun that was on the dashboard and the young lady proves to be quite capable of handling it as she dispatches with an approaching Z. She's reunited with her mother as Addy drives off.
Further down the road, Addy is reunited with Doc, who is speechless at the sight of his battered friend. Without a word, he gets into the car and the two of them drive off in pursuit of The Man.
Elsewhere, the Z with the Grandpa sweater continues his lonely trek, stumbling toward some unknown destination.