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#TheWalkingDead S03E11 – “I Ain’t a Judas”
Their security threatened, Rick and the group must make a choice. With Woodbury in a police state, Andrea grows uneasy.
The episode is quite Andrea-Centric, and it should be, with her being the only link between the Prison and Woodbury. It has her go to the Prison to see her friends, who she hasn’t seen in some months, they try to pursued her to kill the Governor as it will stop the upcoming war, but she cant do it. 
The Governor himself is preparing for war, and is doing so by training anyone who can hold a gun, whilst Woodbury have the numbers, it seems that the Prison gang have the experience, having ‘lived’ on the run for many months now, whereas Woodbury have led a nice peaceful life. 
The episode also has Carl start to question Rick’s authority, not because he doesn’t think his father can do it, but because he needs to have the pressure taken off him for a while, whilst he deals with his grief.  

#TheWalkingDead S03E11 – “I Ain’t a Judas”

Their security threatened, Rick and the group must make a choice. With Woodbury in a police state, Andrea grows uneasy.

The episode is quite Andrea-Centric, and it should be, with her being the only link between the Prison and Woodbury. It has her go to the Prison to see her friends, who she hasn’t seen in some months, they try to pursued her to kill the Governor as it will stop the upcoming war, but she cant do it. 

The Governor himself is preparing for war, and is doing so by training anyone who can hold a gun, whilst Woodbury have the numbers, it seems that the Prison gang have the experience, having ‘lived’ on the run for many months now, whereas Woodbury have led a nice peaceful life. 

The episode also has Carl start to question Rick’s authority, not because he doesn’t think his father can do it, but because he needs to have the pressure taken off him for a while, whilst he deals with his grief.  

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