@Dany: Makes sense for Dale's situation. He feels like he's, to use a phrase, too old for this shit. His wife's dead, and he hasn't mentioned that he had any children. If carrying on living means just barely surviving in a diseased world without the one person that he really cares about... might as well end it quickly.
The doctor whispering to Rick about Lori's pregnancy. It gives a conclusion for that random blood test when they first went into the CDC. There's a scene where Rick asks if the blood tests are okay, Jennings said something like, "everything's normal". That's probably because in his mind, it doesn't really matter in the end anyway, when everyone would've gotten decon'd.
The season finale was a little bit underwhelming. It's difficult to really pull off the level of humanity that's shown in the comics. The scenes with human drama are definitely the best thing about the series, but I suppose that doesn't really appeal to as much of the general TV viewing public. But even so, I'm looking forward to the second season.
While there are other options out there, you can't go wrong with WACOM. The Intuos will last you from introductory all the way up to the professional level and more, should you choose to stick with it for that long. As for the size, unless you're really gestural when you draw, you'll probably get used to the Small, and love how portable it will be compared to the bigger ones.
My first tablet was a Graphire 2 from way back in 2000. It worked marvelously until one night a couple of years ago, when it was accidentally dropped and kicked across the damn office. Long story. I'm sure it would've lasted a lot longer if that hadn't happened. WACOM makes good stuff.