The Walking Dead: Season 3, Episode 3

Walk with Me (28 Oct. 2012)

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Andrea and Michonne are brought to a walled community run by a man called The Governor.

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Andrea and Michonne see a helicopter crash and they head to the spot to seek out survivors to help them. However a group of armed men arrives together and they hide in the wood. The men take the pilot from the helicopter and the women are surprised by Merle. The group takes Andrea and Michonne to their community in Woodbury where the women are welcomed with food, medicine, hot shower and clothes. They are introduced to the Governor, a man that rules Woodbury, protecting and giving quality of life to the people in the community. Andrea believes that Woodbury is the perfect place in the chaos, but Michonne does not trust on the Governor and wants to leave the place. Meanwhike, the helicopter pilot tells the location of the National Guard convoy with his friends and the Governor promises to rescue them with his men. But when they arrive in the location, something happens. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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In an interview with Kevin Smith, Greg Nicotero revealed that one of the floating heads in the Governor's fish tanks was a recreation of Ben Gardner's head in "Jaws." Ben's head famously popped out of a hole in his fishing boat after he was attacked by the great white shark. See more »

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When the Governor shoots the National Guardsman, his rifle doesn't have a scope or rear sight, which would make it nearly impossible to shoot accurately. See more »

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Andrea: So what's your real name? If it's not asking to much.
The Governor: I never tell.
Andrea: Never say never.
The Governor: Never.
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Meet The Governor
30 October 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Plot In A Paragraph: The Governor Enters The Scene. Michonne and Andrea are taken whilst investigating a crashed helicopter.

Merle (Michael Rooker) is alive and doing quite well for himself as the Governors right hand man at Woodbury, which looks to be an ideal safe haven, a little town with a sense of community. It looks a lot safer than the prison, but all is not as it seems. Whilst Andrea is delighted to be there, Michonne is far from convinced.

A total change of pace from two action packed and Walker filled episodes, as the episode focus's on the community at Woodbury.

This is the first episode where we never see Rick and the group. Whilst it's not a bad episode I hope there are not too many more like it.


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