Rick continues to see visions of Lori. The Governor plans an assault on the prison. Daryl and Merle fend for themselves out in the forest.

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Rick is totally disturbed and seeing Lori everywhere. Meanwhile the Machiavellian Governor asks Andrea to lead his people because he needs time. Daryl and Merle are looking for food and see a Latin family with baby under attack of walkers. Daryl helps them and when Merle is ready to pillage them, Daryl points his weapon to his brother and protects the family. Meanwhile Glenn questions the leadership of Rick to Hershel and wants to attack Woodbury, but Hershel convinces him that it will not be good and he leaves the prison to seek where the breach where the walkers are entering is. Out of the blue, the prison is attacked by The Governor and his men and he brings an armored truck full of walkers to release inside the prison. When the situation is hopeless, Glenn, Daryl and Merle arrive in the prison and help the group against the walkers and The Governor attack. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Shortly after Daryl saves the Latino family from zombies, Merle confronts Daryl in the woods. Merle rips Daryl's shirt revealing two tattoos of winged demons ('Norman Reedus'_' real-life tattoos) on his back. In the first shot it shows the two tattoos on his upper right back, while in the next shot, just after he puts his back pack on, it shows the two tattoos on his upper left back. See more »

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[Daryl's leaving Merle and going back to Rick's group]
Merle Dixon: Where're you going?
Daryl Dixon: Back where I belong!
Merle Dixon: I can't go with you! I tried to kill that black bitch. Damn near killed that Chinese kid.
Daryl Dixon: He's Korean.
Merle Dixon: Whatever. Doesn't matter, man, I can't go with you!
Daryl Dixon: You know, I may be the one walking away, but you're the one who's leaving... Again.
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Things Are Getting Interesting.......
2 October 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the tenth episode of the third season of Walking Dead and my oh my are things getting interesting! While there is nothing in the way of action (except the last ten minutes), we are treated to some brilliant characterization which includes a helpless Rick and a stubborn, trigger-happy Glenn. But what happens in the last ten minutes blew my mind and it shows Woodsbury may mean trouble.

In this episode, "Home," Rick is having visions of Lori, so he asks Herschel for advice. While Rick is having his issues, Glenn decides to take charge and he plans on attacking Woodsbury despite Herschel's concerns. Meanwhile, Daryl and Merle try to survive in the woods and Daryl may be having second thoughts about leaving his group behind.

Overall, this is a fantastic episode and this episode is personally emotional because I truly feel the pain Rick is feeling by not being in the right state of mind. Every time he saw Lori, I choked up. But things may be coming to a conclusion soon and in the meantime, we could be seeing a full-out war. I rate this episode 9/10.


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