WASHINGTON, December 1, 2013 — The big question at the start of every chat is “who will die tonight?” With this being the mid-season finale, everyone will be all the more anxious to know who will survive, and who will not.
Will we once again be reminded that in a zombie apocalypse the biggest threat may be the living and not the dead?
At the end of last season we saw Andrea murdered-by-zombie, thanks to the Governor, a fact that oddly pleased more fans than it angered. For this mid-season finale, will the writers respond to the huge fan base by killing off someone we want dead, or shock us with the death of one of our favorite characters?
The governor has reemerged as the man we most want to die. In the last episode the gentler, kinder Governor, reconnected with Martinez, only to 360, eliminating everyone, starting with Martinez, who might question his right to lead the new camp.
While the last two episodes have been spent developing the governor’s back story, this next episode; “Too Far Gone,” hints at a major confrontation between the prison and the Governor’s newly assembled army.
We see in teasers the Governor telling his new group that the prison is filled with ‘bad’ people and they have every right to take it over.
Last week’s episode ended with Michonne and Hershel in the gun sight of the Governor. Michonne is responsible for the Governor’s pirate look, taking out his eye at the same time she ‘killed’ his zombie daugher, Penny. So it stands to reason that he will jump at the opportunity to kill her. Will he eliminate Michonne before she has a chance to rejoin the people at the prison? Will Hershel, who has changed from mild vet / farmer to capable Zombie slayer, get in the Governor’s way and pay for it with his life?
I am betting in Meghan Chandler, Lily’s daughter. She is a goner for sure. Am I right? Join us and find out tonight, Sunday night at 9pm Eastern and watch the fastest hour on TV with fans from across the globe.
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