LIVE CHAT: The Walking Dead, episode 6, Live Bait tonight at 9:00 p.m.

WASHINGTONNov 17, 2013 —On last week’s episode of “The Walking Dead,” it became apparent that the prison was no longer a safe haven for our favorite gang of zombie slayers. While Rick and Carl dealt with a broken fence and a mob of invading walkers outside the prison walls, Hershel showed he was much more than a wise and patient healer inside the prison walls.

The mysterious illness has the infected prison population dropping like flies and turning into walkers moments later, all while Hershel is trying to save Glen’s life. Not only did Hershel rise to the occasion, his decisive action with walkers and patients alike hinted that Hershel has evolved from a gentle and well meaning father figure to a leader and a zombie slayer with an attitude.

Daryl, Michonne, Tyreese and Bob returned just in time with the antibiotics to save Glen, but only Maggie and Hershel know that Rick has banished Carol. During last week’s lively chat there was a lot of anticipation to see how Daryl would react when he learned Carol’s fate, but other distractions prevailed for the moment.

Between Daryl learning that Carol has been banished and Tyreese learning Carol killed Karen, there is plenty of potential for the mutinous sparks to fly on this week’s episode.

But this is only a small parcel of the drama to be anticipated tonight because last week’s closing scene featured a watchful governor in the shadows.

Where has the governor been and what is he up to now?

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The title of tonight’s episode is “Live Bait.” Join fans from across the globe tonight for our weekly online chat and see who ends up being the live bait.

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