I was very uncomfortable through the whole Rick+Michonne thing at the end. I kept hoping that Carl wouldn't walk in on the scene or he might reflexively poke out his last remaining eye so he wouldn't have to see it anymore, not realizing it would then be the last thing he would ever see and it would be stuck in his head for the rest of his life.
As for Jesus, I had no idea he was such an accomplished escape artist, though I suppose it makes sense since he had been previously murdered, wrapped in a shroud and sealed in a stone tomb, yet he managed to escape even that in just three short days.
Seriously though, I had a headache by the end of that comedy of errors. I have to agree with David F that the writers decided to make Rick and Daryl suddenly as dumb as a bag of hammers in order to make it work. Even from the start when they got the truck full of supplies running and they decided to both get in it and leave the working car behind, myself and the friend I was watching with both were like "what the f?" There's two of them, why the hell not bring both vehicles back? The reason is simple, the writers realized none of the rest of it would work if they could just jump in the 300 and chase down the loaded truck easily.
The rest of it of course was all forced stupidity that just didn't fit their characters. In a world in that state you can kill people in many different ways, not the least of which is to steal their food, which is exactly what Jesus was doing. I doubt Rick and Daryl would take it as lightly as they did. I don't follow the comics so I have no idea what type of person Jesus will turn out to be, but obviously they're setting him up to be someone important going forward.