Rick runs into a familiar face when he, Carl and Michonne head back to Rick's hometown for more guns to fortify themselves against The Governor.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Lori Grimes (credit only)
Andrea Harrison (credit only)
Daryl Dixon (credit only)
Glenn Rhee (credit only)
Maggie Greene (credit only)
Merle Dixon (credit only)
The Governor (credit only)
Carol Peletier (credit only)
Hershel Greene (credit only)
Man (as Russ Comegys)


Rick, Michonne and Carl head off to his hometown police station find more weapons and ammunition. In the town, they come under fire from someone. They knock out their attacker who turns out to be Morgan Jones, the man who saved Rick when Rick left the hospital after first regaining consciousness. Michonne is none too pleased when Rick decides to wait until Morgan comes to. Carl and Michonne go off ostensibly to get Judith a crib but Carl has something else in mind. When Morgan awakens, he's half out of his mind and even after he recognizes Rick, wants nothing more than to die. Rick wants him to join them at the prison. Written by garykmcd

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3 March 2013 (USA)  »

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When Morgan is passed out Rick says I'm sorry this happened to you. The same words he said to a walker he killed in the first episode. See more »


The café door window spot that Carl cleaned to see inside isn't there when he and Michonne walk away and discuss how to get back inside. See more »


Michonne: You think I was gonna let you go in there?
Carl Grimes: I just think it's none of your business. You don't know me. You don't know my dad.
Michonne: I came out here to help.
Carl Grimes: You came out here for common interests. We have the same enemy and same the problem. And that's why you're here. That's it. This is important. I'm going to do this. And I know how I can. You can't stop me.
Michonne: I can't stop you. But you can't stop me from helping you.
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The Weakest Episode of this Season - Pay Attention in Who Is Writing Fake Reviews
5 March 2013 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Rick returns to his hometown with Carl and Michonne to get weapons and ammunition from the police station to protect the prison against the Governor's future attack. However, they find the arsenal empty, and Rick decides to collect guns hidden in the bars. Out of the blue, they are attacked by a man that shoots them but they vanquish the sniper. Rick recognizes Morgan Jones, who is insane after the death of his son. Meanwhile Carl goes with Michonne to retrieve an important souvenir and get a cradle for Judith.

"Clear" is the weakest episode of the Third Season, with a story that makes it drag even more and goes nowhere. The good thing is that Carl is accepting Michonne, and Rick and her having a better relationship in the end. The dehumanization of Rick that does not help the hitchhiker that dies and steals his backpack is absolutely unnecessary and I really did not like this segment. However it is funny to see how this episode apparently encourages users that have never written a review in IMDb to write reviews promoting this show.

Fox-HD do Brasil is ridiculous with the interruptions of The Walking Dead, showing a video clip of Glee among other atrocities in the commercial break. Shame on you, Fox do Brasil! My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Clear"

Note: On 12 April 2016, I saw this show again.

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