Warning: These are not hints or teasers but a detailed scene-by-scene recounting of what happens in next week’s episode of The Walking Dead – episode 3.11 entitled ‘I Ain’t A Judas.’
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He then claims Rick’s group fired first and that they are bloodthirsty.
She doesn’t believe it and declares she will not stand by as her friends gun each other down.
The Governor tell her it is too late.
Andrea wants to go to the prison.
He tells her if she goes to the prison, stay there.
Andrea leaves and walks outside.
A townie is arguing with Martinez that her son Noah cannot fight because he has asthma.
Martinez will not listen to her so she calls Andrea over and tells her that her son can’t fight.
Andrea says to Martinez no one said anything about fighting.
He is supposed to be teaching them to defend themselves, not raise an army.
Martinez tells her to wake up, the only way to defend themselves is with an army.
Hershel, Rick, Glenn and Daryl are discussing how they are going clear the walkers in the yard and seal up the gate. They are going to need the ammo so shooting the walkers is out of the question.
Daryl is confident the job can be done but Glenn says that is before there was a snake amongst them.
Daryl makes it very clear that Merle is staying and there is no talking about it and he storms off.
Rick tells Glenn that he can’t kick Merle out.
Glenn strongly objects and says to Rick, “I wouldn’t ask you to try and live with Shane after he tried to kill you.”
Hershel says that Merle has military experience, that his behavior may be erratic they shouldn’t underestimate his loyalty to his brother.
Glenn suggests they kill two birds with one stone–give the Governor his traitor as a peace offering.
Rick nods his head.
Merle is in his cell securing a knife to his handlesss arm.
Hershel comes into his cell and they are formally introduced to each other.
Merle asks how Hershel lost his leg and if he hacked it off himself?
Hershel says Rick’s actions gave him more time with his girls, like it gave Merle more time with his brother.
Hershel then takes out a bible and says that he lost more than his farm, at one time he lost his way.
He begins to quote a reading that Merle finishes for him. Hershel smirks to which Merle responds “Woodbury had a damn fine library. About the only thing I miss about it.”
After a few seconds of silence Merle says “When the Governor returns he is going to kill me first, Michonne, then my brother. Then your girls, Glenn, Carl, the baby and whoever else. Gonna save Rick for last so he can see his family and friends die. That is who you are dealing with.”
The Governor is meeting with his new army. When he stands before Noah, Andrea says that he is asthmatic. The Governor asks Noah if he every shot a gun before. When Noah responds just a BB gun, the Governor tells him he is going to learn from the best. He then turns to Andrea and smirks.
Carol goes to Daryl’s cell and tells him she is glad he came back. He says, To what?
Carol says the prison is their home. Daryl says it’s a tomb.
Carol looks down and says “That is what T-Dog called it.
At one point I thought he was right, but then you found me.”
She proceeds to tell Daryl that Merle, despite being his brother, is not good for him and he shouldn’t let him bring Daryl down. “After all, look how far you’ve come.”
Daryl looks around the cell and they both laugh together.
Andrea is observing the front gate and how it is now completely sealed.
Milton approaches and says it is sealed thoroughly. Nobody is getting in or out.
Andrea asks Milton to swear he knew nothing of the prison attack.
Milton says he would never advocate a move like that.
Andrea believes him and asks Milton to cover for her; she is going to go to the prison and the Governor can’t know.
Milton asks he not to go, not to put him in this situation. Andrea insists this must be done; Woodbury is an armed camp with child soldiers…over what? Milton sees this as a betrayal but Andrea tell him its to put an end to the bloodshed.
The Governor is sitting in his dark apartment looking into a mirror. He removes his bandage. He then lights a match and holds it to his face, showing the scarred eyeless socket. A knock on the door, and the Governor puts his black eye-patch on for the first time.
Milton enters the room and as the Governor’s ordered, he is reporting that Andrea has full intentions of going to the prison and she has asked Milton for help. The Governor tells Milton to help her. Milton at first thinks it’s a test but the The Governor insists he helps. As Milton is leaving, the The Governor tells him, ‘Good work’.
Read the rest of the detailed (spoiler-filled) description for the next episode of The Walking Dead after the jump!
A walker is lurking in the woods.
Andrea is hiding behind a tree, Milton behind another one.
Finally, Milton gets the walker’s attention. Andrea comes up behind the walker and knocks him down.
As Milton holds down the walker Andrea chops off its arms with an axe.
She then gets a rock and positions the struggling walker’s mouth over the rock and stomps on its head twice, knocking out its teeth and crushing its jaw. With a wrangling device, they are able to hold and keep the walker close like Michonne did with her pets.
The commotion has brought other walkers to them. Andrea begins to hack away at them with the axe but one gets in close. Before the walker can attack, Tyreese comes out of the bush and puts a hatchet to the walker’s head. Tyreese and is group have come face to face with Andrea and Milton.
Michonne is doing pushups and situps when Merle approaches her. He wants to clear the air. Hunting her down was just business, carrying out orders. He has done things that he isn’t proud of. Before and after (the apocalypse). He hopes he can get past this and let bygones be bygones. Merle walks away as Michonne continues her workout.
Milton explains to Tyreese’s group what they are doing with their walker.
Allen asks if they have a camp.
Milton and Andrea look at each other. Sasha confirms it is just them in their group.
Andrea and Milton tell them they have a town that’s walled and they are 70 of them.
Tyreese and his group can’t believe it.
Tyreese asks if they take people in and Milton says they do and volunteers to take them back.
Andrea says, if he asks… but Milton interrupts her and says he’ll handle it since he is better with the Governor than he is with that (walkers). Sasha thanks them.
Tyreese asks where Andrea is going and if she needs any help. Andrea says she is fine and leaves.
Andrea and her walker approaches the prison.
Carl and Maggie are in the tower on lookout when he sees somebody.
Maggie looks and recognizes Andrea.
She tells Carl to get Rick and the others.
The group comes running out.
Rick, Daryl and Merle taking almost a military formation.
Ricks yells to Andrea and asks if she is alone. She says open the gate as walkers around closing in on her. Rick repeats the question. Everyone in the prison is in position, weapons drawn. Andrea screams for Rick to open the gate. They let her in but quickly subdue her. Rick frisks her and repeats his question. Andrea, shocked by his treatment of her says she is. She is stripped of her bag and weapons. Rick says to her coldly, “Welcome back.”
Inside the prison, Carol and Andrea hug. Carol says after Andrea saved her,she thought she died. Andrea is shocked to see Hershel on one leg.
She looks around and asks where is Shane.
No one answers. Lori?
Hershel explains she had a girl, she didn’t survive.
Maggie informs her of T-Dog’s fate as well.
Andrea expresses her sorrow and reaches out to Carl but he steps back from her.
Andrea asks if they live in the prison and would like to see it.
Rick will not allow it. Andrea states she is a friend not an enemy.
Ricks tells her they had the field and courtyard until her boyfriend tore down the fence with a truck and shot them up. Andrea tells them that the Governor told her they shot first. Rick calls him a liar. Hershel tells her that they lost a man, a prisoner who survived in there. Daryl says everyone liked him, he was one of them. Andrea insists she didn’t know anything about the attack. She didn’t even know they were in Woodbury until after and that’s when she came as soon as she can.
Nobody believes her.
Andrea turns to Michonne and asks what she has told them?
Michonne says “Nothing”.
Andrea doesn’t understand how she was in Atlanta with them and now she is the odd man out.
Glenn says the Governor tried to kill Michonne and almost him and Maggie.
Andrea points to Merle and says he had the finger on the trigger, he was the one who kidnapped and beat Glenn.
Andrea cannot explain what “Phillip” has done but she is trying to bring everyone together.
Rick said there is nothing to work out and they are going to kill him.
Andrea says there is room in Woodbury for everyone.
Merle chuckles and says to Andrea, she knows better than that.
Hershel asks if the Governor said he wants to negotiate.
Andrea says no, she came because he is gearing up for war. Daryl tells Andrea the next time she sees her boyfriend, tell him he is gonna take his other eye.
Glenn says they have been taking shit for too long, the Governor wants a war he is gonna get one.
Andrea turns to Rick and tries to reason with him.
Rick said the only way she can make this right is to get them inside Woodbury.
Andrea refuses and Rick storms off.
Andrea and Michonne are walking outside.
Andrea accuses Michonne of poisoning them to which Michonne replies she just told them the truth.
Andrea insists she didn’t choose him over her.
Once Michonne entered Woodbury she became hostile.
Michonne says that is because she can see Andrea was under his spell the second she laid eyes on him and that she still is.
Andrea refuses to believe this, insisting she is just trying to save everyone.
As Andrea walks away, Michonne tells her the Governor sent Merle to kill her, stopping Andrea in her tracks.
He would have been sent to kill Andrea too if she had left with Michonne but Andrea didn’t leave.
She chose a warm bed over a friend and that is why Michonne went back to Woodbury.
To expose the Governor for who he is, hurting Andrea.
Michonne is the one walking away while Andrea is still, shocked and crying.
The Governor enters the medical room and tells Tyreese’s group they are welcome to stay as long as they want and there is plenty of food and clothes for them.
Allen notices they are really fortifying the walls. The Governor tells them there are dangerous people out there that attacked the town. As the Governor is leaving the room he says when they are ready to leave head west stay away from the North.
They inform him they just came from there, ran into some whack job in a prison. The Governor stops dead in his tracks, turns and asks “You saw him?”
Allen describes how he was a screaming idiot.
Tyreese says Rick is a little unhinged, but the others seem decent.
How everything seemed cool until their leader came back and practically shoved a gun in his face.
Milton asks if they were in the prison. Sasha tells them how they got in for shelter and when Rick showed up he chased them out.
Ben says if the town needs help with these guys, they are in. The Governor insists he cannot ask them to fight his fight. Tyreese says they cannot go on out there when anything can happen, they will do what they have to do to earn their keep in the town. Milton asks if they can describe the layout of the prison.
(Throughout this whole interaction the Governor kept on glaring at Sasha.)
Andrea holds Judith for the first time. She asks Carol what happened to Lori. Carol explains Lori and T-Dog’s demise. Andrea asks about Shane. Carol tell her Rick killed Shane, that the whole Randall thing was a lie to get Rick out in the field to kill him.
Andrea says “but Shane loved Rick” to which Carol replies “Shane loved Lori.”
Andrea points out that Rick has become cold and unsteady.
Carol states he has his reasons. Carol brings up how Andrea has to do something about the Governor.
Carol suggests to Andrea to go back to town, sleep with the Governor, give him the best night of his life but when his guard is down and he is sleeping, end this. Andrea doesn’t know what to say.
Glenn pulls into the courtyard with a car for Andrea.
She asks Rick if they can spare the car and he says yes.
She nods goodbye to everyone and gets in the car.
Rick walks over to the car and gives Andrea her weapons back and tells her to be careful.
She looks up, smiles and tells him to do the same. Merle opens the gate for her and Andrea drives off.
Andrea approaches the gates of Woodbury.
The child soldiers demand she gets out of the car. When she gets out Martinez recognizes her.
Andrea walks into the Governor’s dark apartment where he is sitting in his chair listening to music.
She tells him she went to the prison.
They are broken, living in terrible conditions.
The Governor asks if Michonne, Merle, and Rick were in there.
He asks if Rick sent Andrea back to Woodbury.
Andrea says no, that was her call. The Governor asks why.
Andrea looks down. The Governor stands up and walks over to Andrea caressing her face and tells her “because you belong here.”
She looks at him and they kiss.
Rick’s group is sitting in the cell-block together in silence as Rick paces back and forth holding Judith.
Beth breaks the silence with song.
Everyone just sits and enjoys Beth’s singing.
Daryl, Hershel and Rick whisper in convo.
Daryl states it was some reunion.
Rick acknowledges Andrea is in a jam. Hershel thinks they all are, Andrea may be persuasive but the Governor is armed to the teeth and bent on destruction.
Daryl asks what should they do and Rick replies they match it.
Rick is going to go on a run tomorrow. Daryl volunteers to go with him but Rick tells him to stay and keep an eye on Merle.
Rick tells Daryl he is glad he is back, but if Merle causes a problem it’s on Daryl.
Rick is going to take Michonne and Carl. Rick feels Carl is ready.
They become silent again, taking in Beth’s singing.
Andrea wakes up and gets out of the Governor’s bed while he remains sleeping.
She walks over to her pants and takes out a knife. She slowly makes her way to the sleeping Governor and puts the knife close to his neck. He remains sleeping. She stares at him for a few seconds.
Andrea then puts the knife down and walks away from the sleeping governor to the window and stares out at the moonlight.
End of episode.
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