At the prison, Rick is nearly catatonic in his grief and heads off on his own inside the prison. Daryl and Maggie go off to find formula for the newborn. In Woodbury, the residents ... See full summary »
Five friends head to a remote cabin, where the discovery of a Book of the Dead leads them to unwittingly summon up demons living in the nearby woods. The evil presence possesses them until only one is left to fight for survival.
Lou Taylor Pucci
After being committed for 17 years, Michael Myers, now a grown man and still very dangerous, escapes from the mental institution (where he was committed as a 10 year old) and he immediately returns to Haddonfield, where he wants to find his baby sister, Laurie. Anyone who crosses his path is in mortal danger.
At the prison, Rick is nearly catatonic in his grief and heads off on his own inside the prison. Daryl and Maggie go off to find formula for the newborn. In Woodbury, the residents celebrate their survival with a town picnic. A suspicious Michonne takes the opportunity to look around and finds some walkers locked away. She kills them only to find she has interfered with a research project. Unable to convince Andrea that they are really prisoners, Michonne leaves on her own. Andrea is not too keen on the evening festivities. One of the Governor's secrets is revealed. Written by
The one-armed push-ups were Michael Rooker's (Merle) idea. See more »
Jump-cuts when Merle tells Andrea to step back, after she asks to leave the compound. Merle's hand appears open in one shot. In the next, he is pointing. Then his hand is shown open again. See more »
The good news is, she looks healthy. But she needs formula, and soon or she won't survive.
No. No way. Not her. We ain't losing nobody else. I'm going for a run.
I'll back you up.
Okay, think where we're going. Beth.
[takes her aside and indicating Carl]
Kid just lost his mom. His dad ain't doing so hot.
I'll look out for him.
You two get to the fence. Too many to pile up,we got ourselves a problem. Glen, Maggie, Vamonos
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There is a big party in Woodbury and the Governor combs the hair of his daughter Penny that is a walker in his house. When he leaves the place, Michonne breaks in the house to retrieve her sword and then she kills seven imprisoned walkers. Merle brings her to the Governor and she threatens him with her blade pointed to his throat. Michonne leaves Woodbury but Andrea prefers to stay.
Meanwhile in prison, Rick is absolutely disturbed and takes an ax to kill walkers inside the cell block. Daryl and Maggie seek powdered milk for the starved baby, otherwise she will die. The exhausted Rick rests and is awakened by a long time forgotten sound.
"Say the Word" is an episode where very few things happen. Michonne has never trusted on the Governor and leaves Woodbury. Andrea decides to stay and is disappointed during the night with the barbarian "gladiator game" that she watches. I bet she will certainly miss Michonne. Daryl is one of my favorite characters and it is impressive how supportive his character is. Rick is insane through the prison corridors, attacking even Glenn that has followed him to help. But the best and most intriguing scene is the last one. My vote is seven.
Title (Brazil): "Say the Word"
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