Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 Rick still has his son, Carl Chandler Riggs, but Carl has always preferred to run off and do his own thing and now that thing involves killing walkers and crushing on Beth Emily Kinney. Rick is slowly becoming more ruthless like Shane Jon Bernthal, who also would’ve shown no mercy to the human prisoners. Leaving that one guy for the walkers Shades of Shane with Otis on Season 2.
According to The Walking Dead actor Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 David Morrissey, the Governor is a good team person who can justify everything he does.
Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 Wait, what That sounds like a far cry from the purely evil man in the comics who stands in stark opposition to the Ricktator (Andrew Lincoln).
David explains the softer portrayal to TV Guide, attributing it to the shows timeline: I think what happens in the comics is we get to meet the Governor later on in his genesis, Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 David says. He’s fully formed, really. He’s arrived at this sadistic person. My Governor isn’t like that. We see him much earlier on. He’s dealing with the problems of leadership, which are trying to keep people fed, and safe, and comfort them, provide things for his people. [...] He’s somebody who’s ruthless and does terrible things, but he does them from a really important place.
Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 But when asked if well eventually glimpse his characters darker side, David sidesteps the question, instead teasing, Youll have to wait and see.
In the meantime, well get a taste of Woodbury, where you can leave your door open, and the kids can go for a run outside.
Andrea and Michonne will enter this world and meet the Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 Governor on this Sundays (October 28) episode, and then Ricks prison community will eventually clash with the seeming utopia. That faceoff will culminate in a choice there that has to be made namely, a choice between continuing to survive on their own as a group, or tying their fates to that of Woodbury and the Governor.
Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 Its not a choice that the Governor gives them lightly, says David.
Naturally, the running of Woodbury isnt the Governors sole agenda. His ulterior motives, I think, are things to be discovered by the audience as they go along.
It’s lonely at the top of the zombie apocalypse hierarchy.
Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) was in a coma Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 for the first part of The Walking Dead’s walker revolution and was a new addition to core group of humans, after Glenn (Steven Yeun) saved the clueless former sheriff in Atlanta. But now, on Season 3, he is the democracy-crushing Ricktator, last seen clearning the prison from Episode 2’s human prisoner threat.
But he’s alone. He still has his wife, Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies), Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 but they don’t talk. Apparently a guy killing his best friend over their shared love for the guys wife is the kind of thing that can damage a marriage.
As Andrew Lincoln recently told TV Guide, I said to the writers that I’m really interested about What is Rick’s breaking point I think we find it this season. Andy also told Fangoria Ricks humanity is never fully taken away from him, although as we go through this season it diminishes and diminishes, and thats all I will say.
Well, thats not all hell say.
[Rick] is aware of a certain unrest within the group and its very difficult and Im hesitating because I dont want to give anything away that happens in the next few episodes but yes, I wanted to sow the seeds of doubt in the first two episodes, Andrew said. By the way, the name of the first episode this season was Seed. There is some decision making that is quickly irrational and choices that he makes that, like in a classic Greek tragedy, come back to haunt him. He is sort of coming apart but doing this very good impersonation of someone who is holding it together at the moment. Im interested in seeing where his breaking point is.
Do you think his breaking point will be related in some way to pregnant Lori He also has to deal with Hershels (Scott Wilson) lack of a leg. That will slow everyone down and potentially become a liability. Will New Rick, with his ruthless Shane side, be able to sacrifice Hershel, if it comes to that Or will his breaking point involve The Governor (David Morrissey), whom well meet this Sunday on Episode 3 Theres no way The Ricktator is going to stand for a second alpha male.
Weve got some quick-and-dirty scoop on this Sundays episode of The Walking Dead, thanks to the spoiler hounds at E! Online. Heres the word:
* Michonne might have been conspicuously absent in the last episode, but shell be back this week. The episode has a big storyline for her and Andrea.
* Andrea and Michonne will meet the Governor, one of the most beloved evildoers in the graphic novel series.
* Well find out why Michonne is hanging on to her pets her two jawless, armless zombies.