Fans are getting ready for the big showdown between the Governor and the prison, which will take place before then end of season 3. "The Walking Dead" spoilers for "A Sorrowful Life" have been dished out by Robert Kirkman according to Hypable on March 18.
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There are only two episodes left in season 3 of "The Walking Dead" and things are starting to come to a head. Andrea (played by Laurie Holden) now realizes just how evil and sick the Governor is and tried to get to the prison to warn Rick and his group. That attempt failed and David Morrissey's character caught her. During the final scene, viewers saw Andrea gagged and tied to a chair, meaning that the Governor plans on torturing her, maybe even killing her.
Previous spoilers have indicated that there will be two major deaths, with one of them causing much sorrow. Could Andrea be one of those?
Robert Kirkman told the Hollywood Reporter that the leader of Woodbury still has a deep hatred for Michonne (Danai Gurira.) He is still invested in the prison and Andrea's punishment for betraying him is just "another terrible deed to throw on the pile." Things are going to get worse and the Governor has no limits.
One of "The Walking Dead" spoilers for "A Sorrowful Life" is that viewers will see how Rick and the prison deals with the Governor. While the group believes that Andrea is still on the Governor's side, they may realize that something isn't quite right. Even though Rick has a lot to deal with, he does want to check up on Andrea. Does this mean that he will be going to Woodbury to see her and find out what has happened? Or will Andrea end up escaping, maybe with Milton's help?
The upcoming episode will also reveal Milton and the Governor's friendship, which went back before Woodbury. If they were indeed friends from long ago, then Milton might just stay alive even though he is starting to go against the Governor's orders. Robert Kirkman says that the Governor could take their long history together into consideration when he decides what to do about Milton. He says,
“He’s certainly aware of Milton acting against him to a certain extent. There’s an element of friendship there that I think is very important.”
What do you think of "The Walking Dead" spoilers for "A Sorrowful Life" that Robert Kirkman dished out? What do you think will happen on the next episode?