“The Walking Dead” returns with a new episode Sunday night, “I Ain’t A Judas, along with the promise of “huge stuff ahead, according to the Huffington Post on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013. Andrea is on a peace mission, which means she’s got to break away from her strange bedfellow, the Governor.
It sounds like Rick’s break down is subsiding as previews have him deciding a plan of action against the Governor for his very creative and deadly attack last week. The box truck full of walkers was ingenious and last week’s episode was so good and action-packed, that it is a hard act to follow.
Andrea reunites with Rick and the prison group for the first time since being left behind on Hershel’s farm and while she’s expecting a warm and welcoming reunion, this is not what she gets.
The reunion is full of surprises for Andrea and “news that will break her heart.” Chances are Glenn will spill the beans to Andrea, what the Governor and his henchmen did to Maggie while being held captives in Woodbury. The sexual undertones coming from the Governor toward Maggie, will certainly be enough for Andrea to drop the one-eyed monster.
Lori Holden spoke with TV Guide about her role in “The Walking Dead.” While people ask her if she is on Team Rick or Team The Governor, she says her character is “team the people.” While the Governor and a few of his flunkies are evil, there’s 74 other people in Woodbury who Lori’s character, Andrea has an allegiance to.
Lori says of her character, Andrea, her goal is to make sure no more people die, whether it be her friends at the prison, or the new friends she made in Woodbury. Holden said that “The Walking Dead” writers have Andrea “marching toward one huge finale and something very big is in the works for Andrea. Holden says of her character’s future, “it’s enormous, “God it’s huge….your mind is going to explode.”
What does the future of “The Walking Dead” have in store for Andrea? Will she be the second woman in the group to give birth? After all she’s been bedding down the governor.