Andrea finally made a decision on "The Walking Dead," choosing the side of reason over the Governor's brand of crazy. Unfortunately, he had no interest in letting her get away. The bulk of the episode saw the Governor giving chase, tracking her through the woods, a field, and an abandoned building. In the end, she came so very close to getting Rick's attention just outside the prison, but the Governor tackled her.
He continued to have Tyreese hoodwinked as to what's going on, and in fact told Milton and everyone that he did not managed to capture Andrea. In truth, he got her bound and gagged in the weird torture room he was building. So Rick and the gang will have to try and rescue her and defend the prison at the same time, somehow.
Forbes finally felt some sympathy for Andrea, writing, "In a season dominated by me yelling at the screen every time Andrea appeared and gnashing my teeth in frustration over her bizarre decisions and horrible character judgment, in this episode I was on her side."
The Atlantic noticed that the writers seem to have finally figured out what kind of character The Governor is going to be. Their reviewer wrote, "If 'The Walking Dead' isn't going to give us a believable, three-dimensional Governor, it should at least give us a sinister, scary one, and [this episode] certainly delivers on that count."
The war draws ever closer on "The Walking Dead," Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.
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