Nice synopsis as usual. For the most part I've been OK with the first 2 episodes as 'so bad it's good' entertainment. To maintain my enjoyment level though I usually change the channel or go online when we get the ludicrous/horrible 'tender' moments between any of the 'couples.'
As you said, we see them using some sort of buggy in the premiere, looked to me like the undercarriage and wheels of a car. Plenty of cars around they can use but yup, they had to go dig one out from a museum in DC which should have plenty of zombie danger-- but only under a glass ceiling. Also note that they brought the heavy thing out first. Shouldn't they have started with the plow? I guess there's no farms around with plows/buggies or they don't have anyone in their midst who lived on a farm (Maggie)?
It was laughable that they thought the horses couldn't pull the wagon through that mud yet we're then shown THE PEOPLE struggling to push/pull it through. Then a minor amount of walkers show up and they decide to leave rather than fight at the expense of one of their HORSES? Are you kidding?
The funniest part of the second episode was having blind in one eye (with a possibly not-so-good other eye) Father Gabriel on watch duty AT NIGHT. SNL should consider hiring TWD's writers. Comedy gold.
J: You still eating? K: I'm still hungry. (CK 1941) T: You should lay off those candy bars. (TOE 1958)