Walking Dead Episode 14 Review
So the big question is: how long can you milk a story line of an upcoming war? I was hoping that things would get started between Rick and The Governor, but more tension building was what we got. Don't get me wrong, there was some pretty good scenes and the episode held my attention, but it is clear that the main battle will be how we end Season 3. It will be a guaranteed cliffhanger.
I like Andrea's character, but for god sakes can she mess up anymore? She should have killed him when she first had the chance in bed. Milton stops her from another chance in last night's episode. Something I'm sure he is already regretting too. He says he knew Philip before he was the Governor, and thinks that he is still in there somewhere. So maybe The Governor wasn't always such a messed up person.
In the plant, you may have been tricked into thinking that the Governor was killed. That was a great scene and I thought it would have been a good way for him to go, but... I figured since they didn't show it on camera, he would be alive. Not to mention, we know he's going to make it to the final episode of season 3, otherwise the story would be dead.
So what's going to happen to Andrea now that she's in the dentist chair. Talk about sick stuff. Do you think Milton will save her? Let's hope so. And we are pretty sure that Milton was the one to burn "the biters." Unfortunately, so is The Governor. Their partnership and trust is over.
Andrea did warn the new comers Tyreese and Sasha about Woodbury and The Governor. We see that Tyreese and Sasha are decent people and aren't 100% on board with Woodbury's tactics. We'll see how this plays out.
The series has kind of gone back to the beginning of the season where one episode features the prison and one episode features Woodbury. Next episode looks like the prison gang is going to get their problems figured out... including another Rick vision of Lori.