Strolling Dead, S3: E14, “Prey”( fissionerror.wordpress.com).
Walking Dead recap: You should have eliminated him Andrea( examiner.com).
The Talking Dead episode later was respectable. They discussed Dales effect on Andrea, and how the Governor appears to be into caging people up – like they are his own individual toys to use as he wants. Personally, Im still not offered on Andrea as a heroine – she still seems too self-indulgent. My preferred characters are Michonne (the survivor) and Herschel (the conscience).
Walking Dead Recap: To Dispatch a Predator( rollingstone.com).
Andrea gets within shouting distance of the jail, and the Governor leaps out of nowhere and pins her to the ground before Rick can see her (he is on watch). Philip then takes her back to Woodbury, lies to everyone about whether he found her, and chains her up in the interrogation/torture roomwe believe he initially established for Michonne. Thats the last scene we see.
One question I had – Andrea is running down the road and hears a car behind her. She runs into the woods and stops! Biter all around. Why didnt she simply keep running when she got in the woods? Zombies are slow …
It was intriguing that they started the episode with a flashback to when Andrea and Michonne were on the road with Michonnes “zombie animals”. Andrea broached the question whether Michonne knew the animals prior to the apocalypse, which seemed to trouble Michonne for some factor.
A couple of notes. Rick did see something in the distance when Andrea got here, however he shrugged it off as another one of his “visions”. Milton displayed a certain quantity of rebellious nerve by burning up the caged zombies and zombie traps outside Woodbury while the Governor was away. Tyreese seems to be suspicious that the Governor is a bit off his rocker. This is necessary since I understand in the comics Tyreese turns into one of Ricks confidants, but the series does not constantly follow the comics, so who understands.
Tonights episode was good, but it was nearly as suspenseful and extreme as recentlies top. I guess next week well go back to the prison and see what the consensus has to do with turning Michonne over to the Governor. If they have any brains at all), Im sure they will suspect its actually a trap (.
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This advised me a little what utilized to occur with Star Trek: The Next Generation. Once in awhile the authors would produce and episode that focused around a particular character – like a “Warf” isode, or a “Data” sode.
Episode 14: “Prey”.
In this episode, we follow Andreas actions as she tries to attempts to estrange herself from “the Guv na”.
Most of the program was about Andrea attempting to distance herself from Woodbury and the Philip (the Governor). He, naturally, had other sinister strategies, and pursues her as best he could. At the old storage facility (I believe the exact same one where they had the summit meeting recently), Andrea really escapes and leaves Philip in the clutches of a group of “biters”.
It was fascinating that they began the episode with a flashback to when Andrea and Michonne were on the roadway with Michonnes “zombie pets”. Andrea broached the question whether Michonne knew the animals prior to the apocalypse, which appeared to trouble Michonne for some factor. Many of the show was about Andrea trying to distance herself from Woodbury and the Philip (the Governor). Andrea gets within screaming range of the prison, and the Governor jumps out of nowhere and pins her to the ground prior to Rick can see her (he is on watch). They discussed Dales effect on Andrea, and how the Governor appears to be into caging people up – like they are his own individual toys to use as he wishes.