The Governor made his move on last Sunday's The Walking Dead and Axel was killed. Will the prison residents be defensive or go on the offense on "I Aint' A Judas"? While in Woodbury, Andrea has to make a choice to stay in the town or visit and stay at the prison.
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Since before the show returned for the second half of season 3, a discussion about Rick's leadership with Carl has been hyped. That conversation finally takes place in "I A'int A Judas." The situation at the prison has become dire with the Governor targeting them and Rick out of sorts.
Merle has a conversation laying it all out for Hershel. The Governor will come for him, Michonne, Daryl and then move on to Hershel, his family, and then everyone else. Rick will be saved for last, so he can see the deaths of everyone else. Merle says, "That's who you're dealing with."
Check out the official promo for "I Ain't A Judas."
Highlights from the preview:
- You should stop." -- Carl
Stop what?" -- Rick
"Being the leader." -- Carl
- "I'm going to see them." -- Andrea
"You go to that prison ... stay there." -- The Governor
- Glenn mentions a shortage of food and ammo.
- "Your brother ... he's not good for you." -- Carol to Daryl.
- Hershel yells at Rick to do something.
- Confrontations take place.
In the below video, Carl has a touching and honest discussion with his father. It's heartbreaking to see someone, who's supposed to be a child, act with such composure, compassion, and reason.
The Walking Dead airs on Sundays at 9 pm ET on ABC.
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