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11: “Clear” The Cat Statue 

It is a big relief to see Michonne finally have some dialogue written for her. We all know that Michonne is a misanthrope and is always on guard, but the deadly silent and unhelpful version of Michonne is downright frustrating. Rick finding comfort in Michonne and opening up to her about his tour of insanity was a nice touch – especially when she confides in him by confessing that she, too, spoke to dead people. Prior to that, Michonne set out to get back the picture that Carl dropped and returned with the photo and a colourful cat statue. It was a small moment but a nice touch on the part of the writers, and gave her character a bit more life and personality.

12: “I Ain’t a Judas” – Stab Him In His Sleep

The final sequence in “I Ain’t a Judas” wraps things »

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