In a surprising turn of events, Rick and The Governor will meet for a possible peace treaty on Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead. If you think there's no way The Governor (David Morrisey) would actually stick to his word, you're not the only one.
With only seven episodes before The Walking Dead comes to what's expected to be an epic Season 3 finale, the war between the prison group and Woodbury is ramping up in a big way.
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As Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is descending into madness, the rest of his group will need to take steps to ensure their safety, which is made more difficult since Daryl (Norman Reedus) decided to leave with his brother Merle (Michael Rooker), Rick kicked out Tyreese's (Chad Coleman) group and he wants Michonne (Danai Gurira) gone. Can the prison really survive an assault from Woodbury in this state? TVGuide.com caught up with the cast of the AMC series to get the scoop on what's in store for the final few episodes. Check it out:
Rick's gone crazy: Rick has a ways to go before he hits rock bottom, which will make for an interesting ultimate face-to-face with the Governor, who is also going down a destructive path following the death of his zombie daughter. "Let's have a crazy-off!" Lincoln jokes. "A lot of the back half of the season is the struggle between...
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Just because Rick has staged two somewhat successful attacks against Woodbury on The Walking Dead, that doesn't mean he is regaining his sanity. In fact, it's quite the opposite.
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The Walking Dead kicks off the second half of its third season Sunday (10/9c, AMC), which marks the beginning of the end for former showrunner Glen Mazzara.
In late December, AMC announced that its megahit series — which drew a whopping 10.5 million viewers for its midseason finale — was renewed for a fourth season, but it would go on without Mazzara, who will be replaced by Dead writer Scott Gimple. This wasn't the first time that this has happened, either. Mazzara had actually replaced original showrunner Frank Darabont.
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Despite his exit, Mazzara is still promoting the show because of his work on the latter half of Season 3. Below, Mazzara discusses his exit, any regrets he may have and then teases the impending war between the prison and Woodbury. Lest we forget, Daryl (Norman Reedus) is in the clutches of the deranged Governor (David Morrissey), who just lost his eye, and Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is going crazy, literally:
After several harrowing months on the run, Rick and his rag-tag group of warriors will go on the offensive in Sunday's midseason finale of The Walking Dead.
Upon learning from their new ally Michonne (Danai Gurira) that Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) have been kidnapped, Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Oscar (Vincent Ward) have gone directly to Woodbury to get their people back. But will they be able to match the forces of Woodbury?
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