From episode 5 of the television series The Walking Dead:
I say we put a pickaxe in his head and the dead girl's and be done with it.
Is that what you'd want if it were you?
Yeah, and I'd thank you while you did it.
I hate to say it. I never thought I would but maybe Daryl's right.
Jim's not a monster, Dale, or some rabid dog.
I'm not suggesting...
He's sick. A sick man. We start down that road, where do we draw the line?
The line's pretty clear. Zero tolerance for walkers, or them to be.
What if we can get him help? I heard the CDC was working on a cure.
How do you understand that part grammatically?