Rick, Daryl, Michonne and Oscar enter Woodbury in search of Glenn and Maggie. Meanwhile, a new group of survivors encounter the prison.

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Rick, Daryl, Oscar and Michonne enter Woodbury in search of Glenn and Maggie. When shooting erupts, they are soon reunited but they will have to fight their way out. One will not make it. The Governor needs a scapegoat and he is quick to point the finger at one of his own. Michonne goes off on her own, intent on killing the Governor. She waits for him in his quarters but isn't quite prepared for what she finds there. Back at the prison meanwhile, a new group arrives in need of help. Written by garykmcd

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When Tyreese is about to kill Donna before she turns, you see Noah standing in the background and Allen walks over to him to give him a hug. The camera cuts to a close up on Tyreese and you can see Allen walk over and hug Ben again. See more »

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Glenn Rhee: Daryl, this was Merle. It was. He did this.
Rick Grimes: You saw him?
Glenn Rhee: Face to face. Threw a walker at me. He was gonna execute us.
Daryl Dixon: S-So my brother's this governor?
Maggie Greene: No, it's somebody else. Your brother is his lieutenant or something.
Daryl Dixon: Does he know I'm still with you?
Glenn Rhee: He does now. Rick, I'm sorry. We told him where the prison was. We couldn't hold out.
Rick Grimes: Don't. No need to apologize.
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Referenced in The Walking Dead: The Journey So Far (2016) See more »

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Bye, baby Bunting
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Arranged by Bear McCreary
Performed by Raya Yarbrough and David Morrissey
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Excellent Mid Season Finale
31 October 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It's the mid season finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead" and the episode stars with a new bunch of survivors turning up at the prison.

Plot In A Paragraph: Michonne leads Rick, Daryl and co to Woodbury to rescue Glenn and Maggie. A new bunch of survivors arrive at the prison.

This episode is owned by Norman Reedus, he has impressed for a long time and here he is awesome.

Andrew Lincoln is as excellent as Rick as he always is, this season has seen a tour de force performance from him showing a range of emotions and now a full on action shoot out.

I still have a problem with David Morrisey as The Governor, but I suspect Michonne's actions may tip him over the psycho scale and he might get better. I seriously suspect Andrea will live to regret her actions here. Her character is another weak link. NOBODY can be that naive.

A great fort half of the third season all of the cat did well especially Melissa McBride, Steven Yeun, Danai Gurira, Michael Rooker, Lauren Cohen and Emily Kinney

Due to his storyline Scott Wilson hasn't been given as much to do as one would hope.


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