The Walking Dead

Season 3 Episode 11

I Ain't a Judas

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Feb 24, 2013 on AMC
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    The Walking Dead "I Ain't No Judas" Review: My, How You've Changed!

    Tonight's episode used perspective to great effect as old friends reacquainted with each other.

  • Episode Summary

    Rick and the group make a tough choice; Andrea grows uneasy at woodbury.

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    • Makes no sense

      I know this is late in the day. Catching up but.... The governors argument that the the Prison group are blood thirsty aggressors makes absolutely no sense, and should make no sense to Andrea too. He told Andrea that they took Meg and Glenn for no reason and held them captive, almost killing them. So why wouldn't she see that it's only the Governor who's the crazy blood thirsty aggressor? Poor plot.moreless
    • Contrast

      Another quiet episode, a day in waiting. It was such a stark contrast having Andrea back with the group, really shows how far they've come since they left Hershall's ranch. It's an impossible position, the one she's been put in, though from our perspective an open-and-closed case. Based on the music alone, I knew she wouldn't be able to attack the Governor in his sleep, but I was really waiting for him to be awake, to know that she'd tried to betray him. The scene with Merle and Hershall was likely my favorite - they've both lost limbs to Rick, so it was a good comparison.moreless
    • jorge

      Das good
    • Learn from the Past

      Take care, Walking Dead creators, episodes such as "I Ain't a Judas," and others this season, which do not advance the plot and frustrate viewers will cause fans to lose interest. Remember a little disappointment called "Carnivale?" Please tell me we are not stumbling toward another dreadful outcome like that ill-fated, unresolved series!!
    • Calm before the storm

      Andrea uses her lawyer skills to attempt a negotiation between two parties that only want to avenge their deads. Rick's group fighting as fiercely for Oscar and Axel as the Governor for his zombie daughter. Hershel questions Rick's motives to retaliate, while Carol all but questions Andrea's committment. Her proposed escape clause not easier for the lawyer than it would've been for the widow. For men may not always be black and white, yet murder is murder each and every time. Andrea and the Governor remains in status quo, much like Daryl and Carol regarding Merle.moreless
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    Guest Star

    Melissa McBride

    Melissa McBride

    Carol Peletier

    Recurring Role

    Emily Kinney

    Emily Kinney

    Beth Greene

    Recurring Role

    Dallas Roberts

    Dallas Roberts

    Milton Mamet

    Recurring Role

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