The Governor convinces his new community that it is in their best interests to take over the prison and if necessary, use force to do so. Not everyone is comfortable with that approach - Lilly and Meghan stay behind, with tragic consequences. The Governor and his crew appear at the prison and has two bargaining chips with him - Herschel and Michonne are his prisoners. He tells Rick to be out by sundown. Rick for his part tries to reason with him but the die is cast. In the ensuing battle, many - from both sides - are killed.
Did You Know?
During the fight scene between Rick and the Governor, respective actors Andrew Lincoln
and David Morrissey
insisted that they film the scene themselves instead of using stunt people. This created a genuineness because the actors have worked together for so long. See more
At around 35:20 Daryl is pinned down between some of the Governor's men and some walkers, so he takes cover behind a filing cabinet, which are made out of thin sheet metal. It shows bullets hitting the cabinet (by the way bullets don't make sparks when they hit metal objects) but not penetrating it. As filing cabinets are made of either thin sheet metal or aluminum they would not stop a bullet from even a handgun, let alone a bullet from a AR-15 which fires small very high velocity bullets, they would of gone right through it and killed Daryl in an actual fire fight. See more
Rick! Come down here. We need to talk.
It's not up to me. There's a council now. They run this place.
Is Hershel on the council? What about Michonne? She on the council, too?
I don't make decisions anymore.
You're making the decisions today, Rick. Come down here. Let's have that talk.
The entire end credits, plus various production company logo animations, are played in utter silence, whereas usually there is music and sound effects. See more
The Walking Dead Main Title
Written by Bear McCreary
Performed by Dominik Hauser See more