The Walking Dead

Season 2 Episode 11

Judge, Jury, Executioner

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Mar 04, 2012 on AMC
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Episode Summary

The situation about what to do with Randall is dividing the survivors. Daryl takes on the job of extracting information from Randall that reveals a new threat to the group. Dale goes about the group trying to convince the not to execute Randall.

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  • nice episode

    9.0
    This episode was awesome episode ever
  • Cruelty

    9.5
    Augh, and Carl turned into a cruel brat. He's been alright up until this episode but now he's just another Shane or Andrea. At least he showed remorse knowing that had he killed that walker, Dale wouldn't have met it. This episode was stunning - really shows how much their senses of morality have deteriorated, and says a lot that it's easier to kill their own (even if it's to end their pain) than it is to kill someone unknown. I'm betting the writers keep Randall around to replace Dale, though no one has the dedication to (or delusion of) hope and goodness he did.moreless
  • Dale...

    9.0
    Dale didn't have to die so cruel.
  • NO DALE

    10
    Dale was my favourite he was literally the best character in existence why did he have to die GOD DAMNIT CARL IT IS ALL YOUR FAULT I actually considered never watching this show again after Dale died but I kept watching and it is actually fantastic BUT DALE WHY YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MY FAVOURITE.

    This review is literally not constructive at all.
  • 2x11 - Judge

    7.5
    As much as I like Dale, I was actually pretty glad he died because he was getting on my nerves. His lecturing on being human just made me roll my eyes 'cause he seems to forget that humans can be evil. Being human doesn't automatically paint you as a good person and without a civilization with can take care of criminals then the survivors have to make the hard choices. Half-way through the episode I got sick and tired of the entire thing.moreless
Michael Zegen

Michael Zegen

Randall

Guest Star

Melissa McBride

Melissa McBride

Carol Peletier

Recurring Role

IronE Singleton

IronE Singleton

T-Dog

Recurring Role

Lauren Cohan

Lauren Cohan

Maggie Greene

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Rick Grames: (addressing Carl) Don't, don't talk, think. It's a good rule of thumb in life.

    • Dale: (final words in the series, to Daryl) You're right. This group is broken.

    • Daryl: (pointing the gun at Dale, last words to him) Sorry brother.

    • Shane: (getting ammo ready and seeing Dale walking up) What's up Dale?
      Dale: (talking about Randall) I want to change your mind.
      Shane: (scoffs) You serious?
      Dale: You and I will never see much eye to eye on much.
      Shane:Say that'dbe the understatement of the year.
      Dale: But uh...you aren't going anywhere.
      Shane: No.
      Dale: And I'm not going anywhere. So let us talk about this like men.

  • NOTES (3)

    • This episode marks the last appearance of Jeffrey DeMunn (Dale Horvath) as a series regular, although he is still listed in the main credits in the next two episodes.

    • Original International Air Dates:
      United Kingdom: March 9, 2012 on FX/FX HD
      Sweden: March 11, 2012 on Kanal 11
      Finland: August 12, 2012 on FOX
      Slovakia: August 15, 2012 on JOJ Plus
      Czech Republic: December 3, 2012 on Prima COOL
      Turkey: December 16, 2012 on CNBC-e

    • Viewership: 6.7 million (top cable show for March 4th. The second showing brought in 1.4 million).

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