Walking Dead 3.11 FAQ
What’s it called?
“I Ain’t A Judas.”
Teleplay is credited to Angela Kang (“Terriers”), who was hired by Frank Darabont at the start of season two.
What says AMC?
“Their security threatened, Rick and the group must make a choice. With Woodbury in a police state, Andrea grows uneasy.”
Is Andrea now leader of Woodbury?
Not so much!
On a scale of one to ten, ten being craziest, how crazy is Rick this week?
He’s down to about a two or three.
Is Sarah Wayne Callies’ name still in the opening credits?
It is on the screener forwarded to the press, but she does not appear this week.
Does Team Tyreese return this week?
Chad L. Coleman’s name appears in the opening credits.
Shouldn’t the title be “I Ain’t No Judas”?
Get out of my office.
How does it start?
Merle Dixon talks to Team Prison about The Governor’s capabilities.
The big news?
Andrea learns right away that The Governor paid a visit to the prison.
What else is AMC not telling us?
Merle finds himself longing for a surprising component of the Woodbury compound.
Does the governor attack the prison again this week?
Not this week.
The Governor and Andrea. The Dixon Boys’ one-on-ones. Carol’s plan. The zombie’s Kineson-esqe “It never ends!! Oh!! Ohhhh!!” moment.
What’s not so good?
Rick needs to buck up already.
How does it end, spoiler boy?
Andrea stares out the window, lost in thought as a musical number concludes.
9 p.m. Sunday. AMC.