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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Six-week-old twin sisters have been cast as the baby. See more »

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Andrea tells the Governor that she "lost" her family (parents and sister), implying that she knows her parents are dead. However, in "Vatos," Andrea and Amy speculate that their parents are still alive - that "maybe Florida wasn't hit so bad." There is no indication that Andrea knows one way or another whether her parents are alive or dead. See more »

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Rick Grimes: Are you serious? You want them living in a cell next to you? They'll just be waiting for a chance to grab our weapons. You want to go back to sleeping with one eye open?
T-Dog: I never stopped. Bring them into the fold. If we send them off packing, we might as well execute them ourselves.
Glenn Rhee: I don't know. Axel seems a little unstable.
Carol Peletier: After all we've been through? We've fought so hard for all this, what if they decide to take it?
Maggie Greene: It's just been us for so long. They're strangers, I don't - it feels weird ...
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I cried honest tears.
12 October 2015 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I'll never forget this intense and well-executed episode. It really grabbed me and cut my heart into pieces. The acting is superb, the things going on are riveting, the ending is shocking and so SO sad. It's a roller-coaster of emotions... And not only Rick and his group go through so much in this gut-wrenching episode - I was just ... speechless. Unable to do anything. I just cried honest tears. There is so much going on in this episode, I can't even assimilate it. The director did a great job by writing this emotional piece. Wow... It's also a very brave step from the producers to put in such a controversial scene. What an episode! This show is really captivating, emotional and well-made. I really do enjoy it!


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