At the prison, Rick is nearly catatonic in his grief and heads off on his own inside the prison. Daryl and Maggie go off to find formula for the newborn. In Woodbury, the residents celebrate their survival with a town picnic. A suspicious Michonne takes the opportunity to look around and finds some walkers locked away. She kills them only to find she has interfered with a research project. Unable to convince Andrea that they are really prisoners, Michonne leaves on her own. Andrea is not too keen on the evening festivities. One of the Governor's secrets is revealed.Written by
The Woodbury fight scene was shot overnight with the actors doing their own stunts. See more »
Glenn, Axel, and Oscar dig three graves (apparently for Lori, T-Dog, and Carol). Later, when Daryl puts a Cherokee Rose on one of them, all three have been filled in. At that moment, only one of them (T-Dog) could have been buried. See more »
[Michonne warns Andrea about the Woodbury community]
[Michonne in a low voice]
This place is not what they say it is.
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Plot In A Paragraph: At the prison, Rick struggles to cope in his grief and heads off on his own inside the prison. Daryl and Maggie go off to find formula for the newborn baby. In Woodbury, the residents celebrate their survival with a town picnic. A suspicious Michonne tries to convince Andrea that they are really prisoners.
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) doesn't say a lot, but his actions speak louder than words and his is unstable to say the least. Determined not to lose another member of the team Daryl (Norman Reedus) is continuing to step up, and he is fast becoming my favourite character. He pays a touching (wordless) visit to Carols grave.
Michonne (Danai Gurira) continues to impress while Andrea (Laurie Holden) continues to be the most naive person on the show. Michael Rooker as Merle continues to be a lot of fun (even if his character is not entirely likable) One of the Governor's secrets is revealed too.
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