Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Phoenix, Feb 10, 2013.
Did Morgan apologize too?
I'm getting the feeling Morgan may discover just how evil the Governor is, return somehow when we least expect him...and perhaps deliver the kill shot to the Governor. I find it likely that Rick's group will have to retreat from the prison if the Governor makes an all out offensive, and they will head to King's County. Rick didn't even take a fraction of the weapons that were still there.
Nope, he's not looking for forgiveness, but taking it upon himself to "clear" the undead in solitude for the rest of his days.
Going to be interesting to see what becomes of Rick and the Governor apparently sitting down for a "peace treaty" this week. We all know that's not gonna last long lol
A good episode.
Not as good as last week's, but a good episode none-the-less.
A "pace-setter" episode for the end of the season.
As a side note, I wonder how many of these actors/actresses have pretty much set themselves up as horror-movie only performers once the series concludes. L. Holden obviously is there.
Well, for what it's worth, Michonne is listed as being in each of the next 3 episodes on IMDB.
I thought that, other than the last 5 min - which had a great score - this ep was pretty boring
I don't or didn't have any doubts that Michonne would be back for season 4.
The Gov's plan isn't going to pan as... But probably most already know that.
I thought the Governor/Rick conversation went according to "Hoyle".
The more interesting ones were between Milton/Herschel and Daryl/Martinez... Those exchanges were very good. And while it probably wasn't enough to sway Martinez to lighten up on the prison group, Milton's moral compass is (and it has been) starting to point out that the Governor is basically evil.
Andrea... here character is probably the most hated on the show at this point outside the Governor's (who's hatered was expected), due to her inability to break free from Woodbury. I would guess that either she gets written out OR we see a big redemption come her character's way and she goes sailing into season 4.
I really liked those two relationships you mentioned. Essentially, it shows that these people are all generally the same, just in different scenarios. There certainly seems to be a bond between Milton and Herschel, though I think it was a bit different between the other two. I suppose its possible that this grows, and the "war" we are expecting does not happen. Not likely, but a scenario where they become friends of sorts could be possible.
Agree with Andrea. She can not continue to be in the show in the position she is in now. I think she'll get some kind of redemption.
David Morrissey is doing such a great job as The Governor. The evil and conniving nature of him drives the tension during the negotiating with Rick.
At this point I have absolutely no idea how Rick's group stands a chance unless The Governor makes a HUGE mistake.
Messing with Rick was a huge mistake..:
How do you think Rick knew the Governor was full of BS when he offered a cease-fire in exchange of Michionne?
The writers couldn't milk much more out of the Prison vs Woodbury. The tension is at a fevor pitch now.
And Rick's character is in this for the long haul, so we know what that means for the Governor's character.
This was a classic "set up" episode. There are only 3 episodes left this season, and at least the last two will be full of action. So they need to fill some time and bridge the gap.
My expectation is that Milton kills the Governor -- or at least attempts to. In the preview to the next episode he tells Andrea that she'll never be able to get close enough to him. He would not expect Milton, so Milton will make the moral decision to end it.
That's a pretty good angle really.
And as the episode ended-- it (the angle) was trending towards the believable.
I would expect that it will become more believable in the next episode.
Any guesses on the body count over the last 3 episodes?
I really liked the episode. I have really enjoyed the way they have developed the Governor's character on the show compare to the comics. The different interpretations of characters in general have kept it fresh and interesting.