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
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Key Make-Up Artist Donna M. Premick
uses liquid dirt combined with dry dirt to keep the actors looking grimy. The actors call it "sexy dirt." See more
When the Governor addresses the townspeople, the Steadicam's shadow is briefly visible on the Governor's shirt, as the camera passes between him and the rigged floodlights. See more
I didn't mean no offense. I've been locked up a long while and, well, there weren't many woman. You following me? I mean, Maggie, she's with Glenn and you're a lesbian. I was just talking with her.
I'm not a lesbian.
You got the... short hair. You're not a lesbian? My, my, this is interesting.
No, it's not.
Bye, baby Bunting
Arranged by Bear McCreary
Performed by Raya Yarbrough
and David Morrissey See more