Episode 11 “I Ain’t a Judas” of the hit walker apocalypse show, “The Walking Dead,” debuts this Sunday on AMC. For those impatient fans though, on Saturday, Feb. 23, Spoiler TV revealed the synopsis of the anticipated episode. Note that spoilers are ahead if you are not up-to-date with “The Walking Dead” or missed the previous episode, “Home.”
Milton and the Governor will be going over all the records of the people in Woodbury. The Governor suggests that they include all men and women 13-years old and up. While Milton disagrees, saying this would mean children, the Governor tells him that adolescence is a 20 century invention.
Andrea tells the Governor that she will not stand by as her friends are gunned down. She, against the Governor’s orders, visits the prison.
Milton guides Tyrese, Sasha, Allen, and Ben to Woodbury. They are welcomed there and Tyrese tells them about the prison and that they do whatever they have to in order to earn their keep. Fans that have kept up with my spoilers already knew this, if you haven’t – read all about this spoiler here.
Daryl makes it very clear that Merle is staying and there is no talking about it and he storms off. Rick tells Glenn that he can’t kick Merle out. Glenn strongly objects and says to Rick “I wouldn’t ask you to try and live with Shane after he tried to kill you.” Hershel says that Merle has military experience, and that his behavior may be erratic, but they shouldn’t underestimate his loyalty to his brother.
Andrea and her walker approach the prison. Carl and Maggie are in the tower on lookout when they see somebody. Maggie tells Carl to get Rick and the others. The group comes running out, Rick, Daryl, and Merle taking almost a military formation. Ricks yells to Andrea and asks if she is alone. Walkers around are closing in on her. Rick repeats the question. Everyone in the prison is in position, weapons drawn. Andrea screams for Rick to open the gate. They let her in; Rick frisks her and repeats his question. Andrea, shocked by his treatment of her says she is. She is stripped of her bag and weapons. Rick coldly says to her “Welcome back.”
Rick is going to go on a run tomorrow. Daryl volunteers to go with him but Rick tells him to stay and keep an eye on Merle. Rick tells Daryl he is glad he is back, but if Merle causes a problem it’s on Daryl. Rick is going to take Michonne and Carl. Rick feels Carl is ready. They become silent again, taking in Beth’s singing.
Andrea wakes up and gets out of the governor’s bed while he remains sleeping. She walks over to her pants and takes out a knife. She slowly makes her way to the sleeping governor and puts the knife close to his neck. He remains sleeping. She stares at him for a few seconds. Andrea then puts the knife down and walks away from the sleeping governor to the window and stares out at the moonlight.
Looks like it’s going to be an intense episode! “I Ain’t a Judas” debuts on AMC this Sunday, Feb. 24. Stay up-to-date with the latest “Walking Dead” season 3 spoilers and news by liking us on Facebook at fb.com/sanysays and following us on Twitter at @sany_says and see these on your news feed!
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