Is anyone else confused by what the writers are doing to Rick's character...again? In 6.10, Rick was zen, chill, optimistic, damn near peppy. He was talking about "the law of averages" (very similar to Morgan's "everything gets a return" mantra) and telling Daryl how he was right about the importance of bringing in more people into the community, giving people chances. Then he encounters "Jesus" and after a wild goose chase, he, along with Daryl, brings him back to Alexandria, gets him medical care and even left a little cute note for him. Remember, Rick was the one to convince Daryl to bring Jesus back. Yet a few episodes later we're getting the "I don't take chances anymore Rick". Well sparing Jesus's life and bringing him back into Alexandria, where your loved ones live, was a big chance, so what has changed??? And no, it can't be the threat of the Saviors, because, once again that was another chance Rick willingly took, and even before that in 6.10 Rick couldn't possibly be naive enough to think that there were no more threats in the surrounding area. Also, am I really suppose to believe that the Rick that was presented to me in 6.10 really thought that killing two INNOCENT SICK PEOPLE WHILE IN QUARANTINE was the right thing to do because the Rick I saw in this most recent episode thinks so and apparently would do the dirty deed himself. We are getting two completely different people. The writers have made Rick a walking contradiction and to make it worse....as a Richonne die hard it sucks to say this but even the love of Michonne (right now) has yet to level him out a bit and she hasn't "checked" Rick either...the only person doing that is Morgan and Carol (her questioning why Maggie was guarding the perimeter).