It was all coming down to this episode. Rick and the prison group gearing up for war and the psychotic Governor manipulating the townspeople to join him in attacking the prison. But, it is ever that simple on The Walking Dead?
What we knew before the season finale. Andrea was tied up and a prisoner of the Governor. The Governor expects Milton of some involvement with the burnt walkers. So, the episodes begins with the Governor taking some frustrations out on someone. We soon find out that it is his former right-hand man, Milton. As a test, he tells him that he has to kill Andrea, who is still tied up and defenseless. The Governor tells him that he will not leave the room without killing Andrea.
Of course, he is no match physically with the Governor, and doesn't leave the room. The wicked twist, the Governor leaves him there, knowing he will turn, and tear Andrea apart. Something that the Governor said, that was brought up on The Talking Dead, was: you kill to survive or your die and kill. Neither Andrea or Milton leave the room alive.
Something that really irritated me about this episode was Carl. I understand that a child living in
these conditions, having experienced rough times, would have some serious issues. Something I
Until next time or the next... dream ~ K.E.Nowinsky