The Governor hunts down Andrea when she flees Woodbury. Meanwhile, tensions arise within Tyreese's group, and The Governor's plan for Rick's group is sabotaged.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lori Grimes (credit only)
Daryl Dixon (credit only)
Glenn Rhee (credit only)
Maggie Greene (credit only)
Carl Grimes (credit only)
Merle Dixon (credit only)
Carol Peletier (credit only)


In Woodbury, the Governor is preparing to go to war. He tells his senior men that anyone who comes to the meeting in two days time from Rick's camp is to be killed. Everyone except Michonne and he's prepared a special room just for her. He doesn't tell Andrea the truth but Milton, disgusted by the Governor's plan to slaughter Rick's group, tells her the truth and she sets off to the prison to warn her friends. When he hears what's happened, the Governor sets off after her. Meanwhile Tyreese begins to wonder what they've got themselves into when he sees the pit full of walkers. Written by garykmcd

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17 March 2013 (USA)  »

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When Tyreese and Allen are fighting by the pits, Tyreese throws Allen down on the ground and grabs him by the throat. The top half of Allen's body, including his head, is still on the ground, near the edge of the pit. In the next shot, the entire top half of Allen's body is suspended over the pit. See more »


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Another boring episode
19 March 2013 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Another boring episode in a recent run of boring episodes from the writers of the walking dead, this episode lacks direction and simply extends the amount of time between events unfolding.

The only reason i gave it any stars at all is because it adds more depth to a character here and there.

It seems that either the writers have hit a wall and can't write any constructive material, or are being bound to purely make as much money as possible without caring too much about the show at all.

The credibility of the producers is under question as something only seems to happen at the start and end of each season.

Perhaps this should have been made into a mini-series instead of potentially being turned into a show somewhat along the lines of lost. all i can hope for now is that Game of Thrones does not follow suit.

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