Onyx Hamar Staff Writer
Basically all hell breaks loose.
Rick is seeing Lori everywhere. He’s officially booked a room in “crazy town.” Glen is trying to step up to lead the group, but Hershel is still looking to Rick to make the decisions.
Normally I like Hershel, but he’s starting to irritate me. Rick is not a saint. He does not always make the right decisions. Wake up Hershel.
Glen and Maggie are fighting, and for the life of me I don’t know why. Terrible things happened to both of them, but they both did what they had to do to get out alive. Glen is trying to get everyone to be prepared because he knows the Governor is going to strike back for what went down in Woodbury, but no one seems to want to listen.
Daryl and Meryl are off doing their thing in the woods. Daryl hears a baby screaming and helps a family defend themselves from a horde of walkers. Meryl is a dick, big surprise, and tries to take some of the family’s supplies as payment. Daryl stops him, they have an argument, and Daryl decides to return to the prison (thank god).
Meanwhile, in Woodbury, Angela is still dicking around. The Governor has told her she was nothing to him but good lay, and yet here she still is. He comes back to tell her that they need her here and she shouldn’t go to the prison. We can only hope Andrea finally snaps out of this ridiculous stupor and rejoins the group.
At the end of the episode the Governor comes calling at the prison with a team of gunmen. Axel bites the dust, and Carol, very smartly, uses his body as a shield from gunfire. Rick snaps out of his delusions for a moment in order to help defend the prison. But as if armed men weren’t enough, they drive a truck full of walkers through the prison gates, rendering them useless now, and release them into the open grassy area in front of the prison.