The Governor plans his next move as he, Lilly, Tara and Meghan adjust to new surroundings.

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Daryl Dixon (credit only)
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Glenn Rhee (credit only)
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Maggie Greene (credit only)
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Carol Peletier (credit only)
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Beth Greene (credit only)
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Storyline

The Governor, Lilly, Tara and Megan are welcomed by Martinez's group of survivors. After a patrol of Martinez, Pete, Mitch and the Governor, Martinez plays golf on the roof of a RV. Out of the blue, the Governor kills him and Pete takes the provisional leadership of the group. The Governor also kills him and then he threatens Mitch to assume the leadership of the survivors. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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24 November 2013 (USA)  »

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Trivia

It is hinted that the beheaded soldiers and suicide victim, were, in fact, in the presence of the 'Governor' at some point. See more »

Goofs

When the Governor and Lilly are inside the trailer he isn't wearing his eye patch, yet when we see him outside after shooting the walker that was after Meghan he is wearing it once again. It seems highly unlikely that he would go to the trouble of putting his eye patch back on before making sure Meghan was safe. See more »

Quotes

Pete Dolgen: Man, what happened here? I mean, what the hell is going on in this cabin? Were they storing those biters?
Caesar Martinez: They were his wife and kid, man.
Pete Dolgen: No, they were biters. What about those heads?
Caesar Martinez: Belonged to the guys who did the wrong thing to the wrong man.
The Governor: Probably best not think too much about it.
Mitch Dolgen: Better listen to One Eye Bri, Pete. I can never tell if he's winking or blinking. But you know how to regulate. Don't you, Bri? He was always like this, Martinez?
Caesar Martinez: Oh, yeah. Ice in the veins. You should have ...
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Featured in The Walking Dead: The Journey So Far (2016) See more »

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The Walking Dead Main Title
Written by Bear McCreary
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The Rise Of Philip Blake...
31 October 2015 | by (venezuela) – See all my reviews

The things are kept interesting, after a refreshing pair episode to clear our minds from the prison, now bring us a different side with the same formula of chronic suppressed a mass murderer, Philp is slowly taking control of the situation in a pretty cool way , we get in the skin of the governor and demonstrating what can be a cold person misjudged step earning the respect of tough guys .

Another chapter refreshing as I said the same formula and new environment, another point is the cruelty and evil needed to be the leader, of course not before enjoy it and that is a very focused chapter shows the true sadistic feelings to fight for something.

An episode with some inconsistencies as the death of Martinez without taking advantage of it ... (but it was great and very cruel) .

Good points :

1) is entertaining 2) new scenarios 3) more cruelty 4) The final

Bad points:

1) inconsistencies in the story

Total: 9.4


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