The Walking Dead

Season 3 Episode 3

Walk With Me

96
Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 28, 2012 on AMC
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8.4
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  • WELCOME TO WOODBURY

    The Walking Dead "Walk With Me" Review: The Happiest Place on Earth

    This week, Andrea and Michonne found a sweet bed-and-breakfast run by a kind old steward. What could possibly go wrong!?

  • Episode Summary

    After witnessing an accident, Andrea and Michonne are introduced to a new community of survivors. As conflicts arise with their new acquaintances, a decision must be made.

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    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • The Gov of Woodbury

      8.5
      Amazing character with a amazing concept. Perfect episode to introduce such a great Comic-Book Character into the show.
    • The Governor

      9.0
      An interesting episode. After hating Murl so much, seeing him back was a welcome promise that the show will return to past characters. And this was the first episode where we didn't see Rick's group at all, which was probably why this episode was so refreshing. I don't think they can stay with one group completely for very long, but for now, it's a nice change of pace and a nice view into how others have fared after the disease spread. And we got just a touch into Michonne's head, which is the person I'm most interested in.moreless
    • By far the best episode

      9.0
      How in the world could you prefer repeated zombie killings to "The Governor"? I've never read the comics and really never liked this show much but this season and this episode are taking the show to another level. FINALLY this show has an interesting character!
    • Meh....

      7.5
      I guess they needed to focus on the Governor but in doing so they created a very chatty episode. I prefer the whole prison skulking, zombie killing in the dark action. Good times.
    • Finally!

      9.0
      Finally an episode without the infinite boringness of characters like Lori, Carl, Beth or the pains of the Grimes family. I really enjoyed seeing new characters and new dynamics for a change. Plus, having read the comic books, I can safely say that David Morrissey makes an excellent Governor, even better than the one in the comics, and we'll probably love to hate him in the episodes to come.
    Julio Cedillo

    Julio Cedillo

    Lt. Welles

    Guest Star

    Donzaleigh Abernathy

    Donzaleigh Abernathy

    Dr. Stevens

    Guest Star

    Lindsay Abernathy

    Lindsay Abernathy

    Rowan

    Guest Star

    Dallas Roberts

    Dallas Roberts

    Milton Mamet

    Recurring Role

    Jose Pablo Cantillo

    Jose Pablo Cantillo

    Caesar Martinez

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • There are nine confirmed Walker deaths and nine living human deaths in this episode. Merle has the most kills with four Walkers.

      • Dallas Roberts who plays Milton (the Governor's advisor) in this episode also starred in another AMC television series, Rubicon. Dallas played a genius-level analyst in a New York City federal intelligence agency.

      • Although credited in the main and guest credits, Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori), Norman Reedus (Daryl), Steven Yuen (Glenn), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Chandler Riggs (Carl), Melissa McBride (Carol) and Scott Wilson (Hershel) do not appear in this episode.


        This episode also marks the first appearance of Michael Rooker (Merle) and David Morrissey (The Governor) in the main credits.

    • QUOTES (8)

      • The Governor: We're going back out there and we're taking back what's ours: civilization. We will rise again, only this time we won't be eating each other.

      • Milton: Pretty impressive, really, major kudos for ingenuity. Take away their arms so they can't grab you, take away their jaws so they can't bite you, take away their ability to eat, they lose interest in doing so. They're no longer in attack mode, we can be in their presence without threat. They become docile, in a sense.

      • Andrea: Buzz is a nickname, Governor is a title. There's a difference.

      • Merle: (to Andrea) Bet you were wondering if I was real, probably hoping I wasn't. Well, here I am. I guess this old world gets a little smaller toward the end, huh? Ain't so many of us left to share the air, right? You know, when they found me, I was near bled out, starving, thinking to myself a bullet might make a last good meal.

      • Merle: How's about a big hug for your old pal Merle?

      • Merle: (to Michonne) Oh, who ain't had a gun on them in the past year, huh? Show of hands y'all? Anybody? Shupert? Rolley? Y'all had a gun on y'all. Hell, I think I would piss my pants if some stranger came walking up with his mitts in his pockets. That'd be the son of a bitch you would really want to be scared of.

      • Merle: (to Andrea) There she sits, four walls around her, roof over her head, medicine in her veins. She wants to know what I want from her. I plucked you and your mute here out of the dirt, Blondie, saved your asses. How about a thank you?

      • Merle: (to Michonne as she prepares to unsheath her sword) Easy does it girl, mine's a whole lot bigger than yours. Now put down your weapons.

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