The Walking Dead 3×06 Promo FOX Latinoamérica “Hounded” HD (VIDEO)
It’s pretty clear that the Governor never intended for Michonne to simply walk away from Woodbury. Seeing how close they are on her trail, Merle and his partner must have followed her almost immediately. Unsurprising, if you know of the Governor.
According to E!, Michonne does not get captured in this episode of The Walking Dead (yay!) but two people are taken! Given the set of screen-caps (above), and the video sneak peek previously posted I’m guessing Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Glenn (Steven Yeun) are taken prisoner. Oh no!
Michonne Is an Artist, Who Knew?
The show’s badass loner feels she needs to send a message to the fine folk of Woodbury, Merle in particular. And her chosen medium is definitely one that isn’t taught in your average art class. And while she is no longer a citizen of Woodbury, it looks like the town will have two new prisoners visitors this episode.
Going to guess that Michonne ‘medium’ is Merle’s body! Merle now won’t just be following orders when he resumes his hunt for her, he’ll be following his desire for revenge.
Rick Has a Little Friend…or Does He? Remember that phone we heard ringing in the last episode? Well, that usually means that someone is calling, right? The people on the other end of Rick’s mysterious phone call are definitely intriguing—and possibly a bunch of qualified psychotherapists.
OK, comic book aficionados, the TV TWD is switching it up here to keep it different enough from the comics and to keep us guessing. So I’m guessing that Lori will not be on the phone to Rick as in the comics but the gist of the messages will be the same–get your head together Rick, people need you, stop being crazy and get back to leading. It does take awhile for him to ‘get’ the message so we should expect multiple ‘calls.’ Or maybe it is a special zombie apocalypse telephone and there are a bunch of qualified psychotherapists at the other end of the line.
Andrea Has a Confession to Make: No, she isn’t keeping a zombie daughter in her bedroom. But we’ll learn that Andrea is a better fit for Woodbury than she previously thought.
Andrea enjoys watching zombies be ‘victimized’ in the Governor’s staged games–that is her ‘confession’ to the Governor. She’s both repulsed and attracted to the spectacle. This is not from the books, it is just a rather obvious follow up to what she’s done thus far in re: Woodbury. Her storyline is doing the least for me in terms of how readily Andrea is falling for this too-perfect world. Nary an ounce of suspicion. She’ll regret that.
The Gov Can Be Real Dreamy: Don’t believe us? Well, not every plot point in The Walking Dead is about fighting, you know. You’ll see.
I have no idea other than the obvious that he continues to woo Andrea and she continues to swallow every thing he feeds her.
And that isn’t even the biggest surprise of the night…