The new season of AMC’s, The Walking Dead, starts tonight and if season three is any indication as to how shocking and thrilling season four will be, then we have some amazing things ahead of us. In the last three seasons we have learned that just when things seem right and comfortable in the world of the undead, something happens and leaves us with our mouths open in shock. Many of us also find ourselves thinking about what we would do in the same situations and marked Feb. 10, 2013 on our calendars to make sure we didn’t forget the start of the new season. If you fell behind on any of the episodes from seasons one through three or if your just becoming interested in the show you can find seasons one and two on Netfilx and AMC has been running a marathon event of all of the episodes leading up to the season four premier tonight.
No time to watch the marathon on AMC? Here is a recap of where we left off in season three. The group at the prison staged an assault on the town of Woodbury to try to save Glenn (played by Steven Yeun) and Maggie (played by Lauren Cohan). The Governor (played by David Morrissey) lost an eye, and would have been in big trouble if not for Andrea (played by Laurie Holden) stepping in. The zombie, Penny, was killed. Oscar (played by Vincent Ward) was also killed, just when we seemed to be getting to know him, such is life in a world filed with zombies. Shane (played by Jon Bernthal) came back for a moment to mes with Rick (played by Andrew Lincoln). Merle (played by Michael Rooker) and Daryl Dixon (played by Norman Reedus) had a family reunion in the Zombie Fight Club where the people of Woodbury cheered on their fight. Carl (played by Chandler Riggs) locked Tyreese (played by Chad Coleman) and the other new people to the prison inside the prison, which isn’t great for them but it could be good for Axel (played by Lew Temple), since has run out of girls to check out if knows what’s good for him.
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