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Between its rule-breaking storytelling and off-screen ratings success, The Walking Dead has been a headline behemoth, with everyone in and out of Hollywood buzzing about the third season of AMC's zombie drama.

With only one episode to go in the sensationally scary and better-than-ever season, ETonline caught up with star Laurie Holden to talk about Andrea's foray into Woodbury, her time in The Governor's bed and what it will mean when Rick rolls into town!

ETonline: First of all, I have been loving Andrea this season.

Laurie Holden: Even though I'm sleeping with The Governor? [laughs]

ETonline: Absolutely. Why, is that a big complaint you're hearing from fans?

Holden: I don't think it's going over so well ... but it's not supposed to.

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ETonline: Well, the audience sees such a different side of The Governor than Andrea does. I mean, do you think she has any inkling there's so much »

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