There are a lot of fans of "The Walking Dead" that are wondering why Andrea did not kill the Governor on the Feb. 24 episode.
If viewers look at the history between the Governor and Andrea, then they know that she is in love with him. It is unclear if he loves her back, but her heart belongs to the man. Although she knows now what kind of man he is thanks to Rick, Michonne and the rest of the group at the prison, it does not change what her heart feels.
When Andrea went up to the sleeping Governor with a knife, preparing to kill him, she had that look in her eyes of utter sadness. She could not do it and fans are angry, with some saying that they hate her even more than before. On a forum, one viewer said that he now has "Lori-type hatred" for her character.
"I think she didn't kill him because she sees something in him that she sees in herself as well. She feels like they are a kindred spirit therefore she is hesitant to kill him even though it would be in her best interest to do so."
It seems that Andrea is letting her heart rule over her head and that will only get her killed. What are your thoughts on that particular scene of "The Walking Dead?"