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More SPOILERS for the 3rd season of AMC’s The Walking Dead

Sitting pretty at the end of the world.

Spoilers for our favorite television shows, movies, novels and comicbooks can be found all over the internet. Some fans actively search them out, while others stumble apon them accidentally. This will be your official warning that the following post may contain what some would consider SPOILERS for upcoming episodes of AMC’s The Walking Dead.

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“It feels like we’re trying to impose logic on the chaos.”

Many of you have been asking and speculating about the reunion of the Dixon brothers and I can tell you it’s not pretty. Merle doesn’t take kindly to the fact that his baby brother is now Rick Grime’s right hand man, especially since Grime’s left him handcuffed to the Mall’s roof back in the first season and Merle had to cleave off his right hand to escape.

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Merle may have found his way inside the safe walls of Woodbury but it’s his brutal tactics that make the man a hero to the town’s people. Without any of the old world’s comforts to bring them excitement or take their mind’s off of the terrible things surrounding them on a daily basis, the citizens of Woodbury have taken to watching and betting on gladiator style fights in the town’s arena and Merle is one of their most prized fighters. During this season’s 5th or 6th episode, Merle proves again and again that he’s more than capable of taking out a few walkers in Woodbury’s Arena and maybe some unlucky survivors who cross his path. Milton also has ideas about the origin of the walker plague and how the dead can be used to protect the living. Will he find more answers to his questions when Andrea tells Merle about the location of the Green Family Farm?

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“We will rise again. Only this time we won’t be eating each other.”

This brings us to Andrea and Michonne. This season’s 3rd episode foreshadowed Michonne getting back her prized weapon as Andrea, The Governor, Milton and herself sat down for breakfast and Michonne spied her katana sitting in one of the Governor’s cabinets. It’s also been revealed that Michonne begins to suspect that Woodbury isn’t the happy community that the citizens would want her to believe it to be. How will she react to the wall of aquariums filled with severed walker heads as she breaks into the Governor’s apartment and finds out there are other horrors he’s keeping hidden from the rest of the community? We’ve already been given glimpses of Woodbury’s rotten underbelly and even more foreshadowing in this season’s 3rd episode. Remember how the camera lingered on the family photo sitting on the Governor’s bookshelf before he walked into his study and sat down in his recliner? It won’t be long until we meet a little girl who loves wearing the color pink, mostly because the blood stains don’t show as badly.

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Andrea seems to think she’s finally found safety after being in the wild for so many months but will her perspective of Woodbury change when she begins to understand Milton’s true intentions. For that matter, how will our feminine dynatic duo handle the fact that the Governor has been keeping his daughter Penny, now a walker, chained up, feeding her pieces of meat carved off of other survivors who’ve made the mistake of walking beyond the walls of Woodbury? Does this lead to the now infamous torture scene so gruesomely portrayed in the comics? Is it Michonne who is brutally raped and beaten by the Governor or does this story shift it’s focus onto Andrea with the likes of Merle or Milton extracting the severe punishment?

“Every tool kit needs a hammer.”

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