Lori goes into labour when the prison comes under attack. Michonne tries to convince Andrea to leave Woodbury.

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Michonne is intent on leaving Woodbury convinced that there is something out of place there. Andrea isn't so sure she wants to leave and on a map shows Merle the location of the farm where she last saw his brother Daryl. Back at the prison, Herschel is hobbling around with the help of crutches. Suddenly, Rick and the others are having to deal with a major attack by walkers. Someone has set off the prison siren and the group is broken up into twos and threes. Lori goes into labor leaving it to Maggie and Carl to help her deliver the baby. T-Dog and Carol have to face an overwhelming number of walkers while Rick, Daryl and Glenn try to get control of the prison yard. Written by garykmcd

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The memory of the fallen in this episode is honored by replacement of regular music with utter silence during the entirety of the end credits. See more »

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11 and a half minutes in, after Daryl drives off on his bike and Axel tells him there's something wrong with his ride and that he can fix it, Glenn is closing the fence gate and on the right of the screen you can see a crew member in a white shirt leaning on the fence. See more »

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Rick Grimes: [Rick gets his group to drive their vehicles within the prison fences] Alright, let's get the other car in. We'll park 'em in the west entry of the yard.
Daryl Dixon: Good. Our vehicles camped out there look like a giant 'vacancy' sign.
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Referenced in The Walking Dead: The Journey So Far (2016) See more »

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30 October 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Plot In A Paragraph: Michonne tries to convince Andrea to leave Woodbury, someone is trying to lure walkers in to the Prison, whilst Lori goes in to labour.

After a complete absence of Rick, Daryl and co from the last episode, we are back at the prison, where a mysterious figure is trying to put the group in danger, and a member of the group is bit. Andrea and Merle do a bit of bonding at Woodbury. I'm really glad Michael Rooker is back as Merle, as I thought his character had great potential in the first season just to disappear early on.

All of the cast do a good job, but Andrew Lincoln is superb in this episode.

As for Sarah Wayne Callies, I have criticised her heavily throughout the show, I normally say she has had a good episode if she does not annoy me as much, but in this episode she was actually quite good.


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