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WASHINGTON, March 31, 2013 – The third season of “The Walking Dead” comes to an end tonight and we have nothing left but questions. They can’t possibly answer them all. 

But we can ask the big one. Who is going to die? Andrew Lincoln, AKA Rick Grimes, is quoted as saying 27 people are going to die tonight.

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Andrea survived last week. Will she make it through tonight’s episode? When we left her she was bound up and waiting for the Governor. But they won’t kill her. Producers took out Laurie this season and taking out two main female characters in one season is just really, really harsh.

Merle died last week, removing a central character everyone waited to see return. Will anyone else from Rick’s band die tonight? Odds are being wagered it will be Baby Judith, as she died in the comic book.   

But I don’t think they will kill the baby. I mean, come on.

The big question is, will Rick be successful in his battle against the Governor? My theory: he will double back to the town and take it, leaving the prison booby-trapped and the townspeople dead. 

Not a spoiler alert, just a theory.

Join me tonight as we watch the last episode of Season 3, and let’s see who survives to Season 4.

I will be there at 8 p.m., because I want to see episode 15 again. I mean, Merle as a zombie… gotta love/hate it.


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