The Walking Dead: Season 3, Episode 11

I Ain't a Judas (24 Feb. 2013)

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As Rick and the group debate their next course of action, Andrea tries to negotiate with them. Meanwhile, The Governor prepares Woodbury for battle.



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Andrea sees the Governor preparing the dwellers of Woodbury to attack the prison and she decides to sneak out to visit Rick and the survivors to convince them to make an agreement with the Governor. She asks Milton to help her and the minion discloses her plan to the Governor that orders him to help her. Milton helps Andrea to capture a walker and they stumble with Tyreese group that Rick had expelled from the prison. Milton brings them to Woodbury and they offer to help the Governor in the war against Rick. Meanwhile, in the prison, Rick and his group are protecting the prison that is under siege of walkers with short supply and ammunition. When Andrea arrives, she has a cold reception by her former friends that do not trust on her. Carol is the only one that really welcomes her and asks her to kill The Governor. Andrea blames Michonne telling that she poisoned the survivors against her and she returns to Woodbury. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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In this episode, as Carol and Andrea are holding baby Judith, Carol gives Andrea some advice on how to handle the Governor: "You need to sleep with him, give him the greatest night of his life. Get him to drop his guard, and then when he's sleeping, you can end this." This is essentially the story of the biblical heroine Judith, who in the eponymous book vanquishes the Assyrian general Holofernes in his tent after she gains his trust. The image of Judith with the decapitated head of Holofernes was a common subject of classical painters and sculptors ranging from Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Rembrandt, and Gentileschi to Gustav Klimt. See more »


Milton Mamet: She's going back to the prison and has requested my assistance in escaping. Her words, not mine.
The Governor: Help her.
Milton Mamet: Okay, do you really want me to do that, or is this some sort of test?
The Governor: If she asks for help, help her. Milton. Good work.
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An amazing series but a silly mistake!
25 February 2013 | by (Southampton, UK) – See all my reviews

I love Walking dead and i disagree with recent reviews however I have one moan and something that should not happen at this level, we are talking top five programs on earth at the moment along with Breaking bad, Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire, Revolution....OK maybe not Revolution, but Person of interest, YES!!! Anyway to the point, the Governors messed up eye changes throughout the series, pathetic when these people get paid more than team members at MacDonald's yet they still make the same mistakes.

I will look forward to more inadequate back scene logistics, maybe Rick can change an arm sling to a limp before the end of episode 12.

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