There's a famous quote by Abraham Lincoln that reads, "nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."
On AMC's "The Walking Dead," Laurie Holden's Andrea has recently come to realize that The Governor didn't get a passing grade when it came to that exam. But in the first episode of 2013, fans saw Andrea actually rise to the challenge herself, taking charge of comforting the people of Woodbury (who, let's face it, aren't all sadistic sociopaths) and inspiring them to stick together and carry on, not unlike the late ...
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