yeesh. That was pretty brutal. Rick looks completely unhinged. Props to Andrew Lincoln, he looked like he was 5 secs from either killing every one or just sitting down and sobbing. It was nice to see the group adjust and step up while Rick was going nutso.
Loved Michonne. I will admit that I was really, really disliking Andrea this season (after liking her towards the end of last season), my roommate (who has been an Andrea lover throughout most of the series) is starting to dislike Andrea after this episode, but I honestly could see and understand both Michonne's and Andrea's arguments. Obviously and clearly, Michonne is right and has been right since arriving at Woodbury, but I can't say that I blame Andrea for wanting to stay in a place with food, shelter, hot water, (and entertainment! disturbing entertainment, but entertainment)etc. after living the way they had been living before. That being said, I wish she had listened and trusted Michonne enough to go with her. I also appreciate the fact that Andrea is starting to question her decision, here's hoping it continues. (also, Michonne should have beheaded the Governor when she had the chance, but then there would be no conflict for this season, so I give them a pass)
Even though we didn't see much of it, I liked Maggie and Daryl going off to find baby supplies. Loved Maggie's "you're not putting that in my bag." after Daryl shot the possum.
Carl's sad listing the women that had died when asked about a name for the baby made me feel a pang in my heart.
I want to give a shout out to the true star of the show: Daryl's poncho.
eta: I completely forgot to comment on the opening of the episode! Yikes! For some reason, the clump of hair tearing out made me cringe more than some of the other more brutal and violent moments in the series. I like it when The Governor's mask slips, and we see a little bit of the angry, crazy person.
Edited by gingerhorsesnap, Nov 11, 2012 @ 10:20 PM.