When fans of AMC's zombie apocalypse show, “The Walking Dead” last saw Andrea and The Governor (AKA Phillip) in “Home”, they probably thought the two lovers were headed to splitsville.
Apparently, The Governor has a strange soft spot for Andrea. In the Feb. 24 episode of “The Walking Dead”, “I ain't no Judas", Andrea sets off to visit her old friends at the prison despite The Governor's threats.
When Andrea tells The Governor she wants to go see her friends at the prison, he tells her: “If you go to that prison, you stay there.”
This doesn't really seem to phase her. She turns right around and finds Milton wondering about Woodbury. She asks him to help her escape, just long enough to visit with her friends and come back.
Little does she know, The Governor has already asked Milton to keep tabs on her. Milton reports his invitation from Andrea to The Governor. You would think Phillip would flip out. Instead he orders Milton to help her escape.
Whether its out of fear or loyalty, Milton goes along with Andrea. He helps her create a new 'pet zombie' for her by helping her chop arms off a walker and laying on the zombie as she kicks in teeth in. That's what 'friends' are for, don't you know?
Andrea heads to the prison for a not so warm welcome from her friends. When there she meets baby Judith, shares a tender moment with Andrea, and gets no love from Glenn or Rick.
She heads back to Woodbury after Carroll suggests she sleep with The Governor and stab him to death in his sleep.
What does Andrea do? She drives back to Woodbury in a car Rick Grimes lends her. She confesses to The Governor and ends up in bed with him. Does Andrea kill The Governor? No. Even though you see her grab the knife and head towards him as he sleeps, she puts the knife down and walks away.
What stopped Andrea from killing The Governor? What do you think it will take for her to realize what kind of a man she's dealing with? Tune in next week for another episode of AMC's “The Walking Dead”.