After a one long long wait THE WALKING DEAD returns with a whole new episode called, “I Ain’t a Judas.” On tonight’s show it looks like it is going to be an explosive one, as they start to build towards what is going to happen this season, as an even bigger battle starts. Did you watch last week’s episode? We did and we recapped it here for you!
On last week’s show it opened with Rick watching through his binoculars and seeing Michonne walking around the overturned bus on the yard of the prison. As he explored the area, he suddenly saw the woman in white dress standing over the graves of his wife and friends. He ran toward the tombs to meet her. As Rick approached the woman, she was suddenly gone. He looked around and saw her again, but this time, beyond the prison gates. He left the prison yard. Michonne watched him go outside and closed the door behind him. Finally,after approaching the women we saw that is Lori in her wedding dress. Security at the prison was compromised and a lot Zombies got in.
On tonight’s show Rick and the group must make a choice when security is threatened; Andrea grows uneasy with the governor. Andrea tells the Governor that she is going to see her friends and the Governor tells her if she goes, she stays there. It looks like Andrea does not listen to the Governor and she comes back to the prison. The governor is worried, he feels that Andrea is very influential and people listen to her.
Last week Daryl and Merle returned to the prison just in time to save everyone. Not surprising for Daryl to do this but I am surprised that Merle would. Carol is not pleased that Merle is back and she lets Daryl know that Merle is not good for him.
Tonight’s The Walking Dead Season 3 episode 11 is going to be exciting, and you won’t want to miss it. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of the new episode of The Walking Dead — tonight at 9PM EST! While you wait for our recap, hit the comments and let us know how know what you thought of TWD’s season 3 episode 10 last week. Check out a sneak peek of The Walking Dead “I Ain’t a Judas” below which they released today! Don’t forget to come back at 9PM.
RECAP: The episode starts with Merle locked in a cell and warns the group that Governor is going to continue the attack until they are all done. Hershel wants to leave, he tells Rick that he is slipping, he put his family’s lives in his hands so he better get his head clear and do something.
Rick is outside keeping watch when through his binoculars, he sees something white. Carl joins him and wants to talk to him, but first makes him promise that he won’t be mad. Carl tells Rick that he should stop being the leader, let Hershel and Daryl handle things because he deserves a rest.
At Woodbury, the Governor learns from Milton that there a total of twenty six people that can fight his war, it’s not enough for the Governor, he wants Milton to enlist children as well. Andrea walks in and wants to know why he went to the prison, he claims the people there were blood thirsty and shot at him. Andrea tells him that she is sick of the whole thing, she is going to see them and work it out. The Governor warns her that they are hostel and the roads are blocked, then he tells her if she does go, she can stay there.
Andrea walks through town and sees that the Governor’s men is recruiting even the children to fight.
Back at the prison, Hershel, Michonne, Glenn, Rick and Daryl are trying to come up with a plan. Glenn wants Merle to go, Daryl tells him flat out that he is staying. Hershel tries to talk reason, Merle has military training and is loyal to his brother. Glenn on the other hand wants to offer him up to the Governor as a bargaining chip to help save themselves.
Hershel goes to see Merle who is surprised that Hershel lost is leg. Hershel tells Merle that he was lost, but he found a bible in one of the prison cells. Merle tells Hershel that when the Governor returns, he is going to kill him first, then everyone else and the last to die will be Rick so he can watch everyone die, that is who they are dealing with.
Carol goes to see Daryl and tells him that she is glad that he is back. She goes on to tell him not to let his brother bring him down after how far he has come.
Milton tells Andrea that Woodbury is sealed thoroughly, nobody is getting in or out. Andrea wants to know if he knew about the Governor going to the prison, he tells her no because it is just posturing and his against that. Andrea begs Milton for his help in letting her out of Woodbury, so she can go see Rick and stop this war.
The Governor takes off his eye patch in private and damn it’s gruesome. Milton arrives and tells the Governor what Andrea wants to do, he tells him to help her, then he tells him good work.
Andrea and Milton are in the forest and capture a walker, Milton holds him down and Andrea cuts off his two arms then they place his jaw on a rock and break it. Andrea has her walker pet, but more arrive along with Tyrese and his group.
Merle has been let out of his cell, Michonne is exercising and he tells her that what happened at Woodbury was just business and he has done a lot of things that he is not proud of it. Merle says he wants them to get past it and let by gones, be by gones. Tyrese and his group ask them if they take people in and Milton says sure, they have 70 people in a walled town and they can follow him, Andrea continues in the woods with her walker pet.
At the prison, Carl sees Andrea coming with the walker, then Beth sees her as well and tells Carl to get his dad and the others. Michonne is shocked, so is everyone else and they let Andrea in. Rick frisks Andrea and takes her weapon, then he wants to know if she is alone. Andrea claims she is by herself, on her knees, Rick lifts her off the ground and tells he welcome back.
Carol greets Andrea with a warm hug, she thought she was dead. Next, she sees Hershel with one leg and asks where Shane is, then Lori. Hershel tells her that they didn’t make it, but Lori had a baby girl. Rick tells her that her boyfriend tore down the fence with a truck and killed Axel, Andrea claims to know nothing. Glenn tells her that the Governor would have killed Michonne, Glenn and Maggie. Rick vows that he is going to kill the Governor, but Andrea wants them all to go to Woodbury. Andrea explains that she is there to warn them that Phillip is preparing for a war. Glenn and Daryl are not afraid, but Andrea explains that he has a whole town.
Michonne takes a walk with Andrea who tells her that she is under the Governor’s spell and that is why she left. Michonne tells her that the Governor sent Merle to kill her and he would have sent him to kill her as well, but she choose a warm bed over a friend.
Tyrese and his people are with the Governor, they tell him that they just came from some whack job at a prison – the leader who is unhinged. Milton wants them to describe the layout of the prison. The Governor tells them to stay as long as they like.
Andrea goes to see Judith, while Carol looks on. Carol goes on tell her how Lori and Shane died. Andrea thinks Rick has become cold and unsteady.
Carol tells Andrea that she needs to bed the Governor, give him the best night of his life and when he is sleeping, end this.
Rick gives Andrea wheels, so she can return to Woodbury. Rick returns Andrea’s weapons to her and tells her to be careful.
it is dark and Andrea is back at Woodbury, she is let through the gates and goes right to see the Governor. She tells him that they are broken, horrible conditions and both Merle and Michonne are there with them. Andrea claims that she came back all by herself. The Governor welcomes back Andrea by making out with her.
At the prison, Beth sings for everyone, Rick has Judith in his arms and they are given a moment to relax. Rick tells Hershel that he is going on run when first light and taking Michonne with him, he then tells Daryl to keep an eye on Merle because if anything happens, it’s all on him.
At Woodbury, Andrea is in bed with the Governor who is asleep, she goes to get her blade, she’s naked and standing over him. She had the chance to kill him and she walks away, what an idiot!