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Spoilers for episode 12. VERY HIGHLY LIKELY TO BE TRUE!!!!!

Looks like a good episode that could close a storyline.

Again, probably true. Been on the money so far.

If you watched the sneak peak last night, there was a guy shooting at them from a roof top in a mask. That person is Morgan. He's gone crazy. Rick Michone Carl drive back to King County to get guns from the Sherrifs office. It's been looted when they get there. They drive around and find a bunch of booby traps that Morgan has set. A firefight ensues but everyone ends up okay and Morgan/Rick reconnect after some dialouge. Rick tries to recruit Morgan back to the prison but he won't go. Rick take somes weapons and Morgan stays behind.

I found this interesting as well: When they are driving to King County, they pass a guy who is carrying an organge book bag. He trys to flag them down and stop Rick and them but the group ignores him and keeps going. After the group leaves Morgan, they are on the same road they saw this guy on but they see nothing but blood and guts on the road. They see the backpack. They stop and pick the backpack up and continue back to the prison.

LOL - watch the backpack have like a bunch of C4 or something in it that they can use to breach woodberry.

The episode only has Rick Michonne Carl Morgan in it.

There's some minor other stuff but I'm having trouble copying/pasting.

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Also this isn't a spoiler but it should be noted that the guy who is taking over for Glen Mazzarra in Season 4, wrote this episode (ep12).

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The pacing has been pretty uneven at times this season at least Michonne finally showed some real emotion.

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im with bronn on them parking at the prison for as long as they have. the arc itself doesn't have to take the full season to deliver the point.

its like a great movie that you see and you say to your friends afterwords, they could have cut out 15-20 mins and it still would have been awesome.

kind of how i feel here. they shouldn't go more than 2 episodes at the prison without moving along. but that's my personal taste.

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how quickly you guys forget that the farm took an entire season

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I think you have to do it the way they're doing it though. Let's think here, you have 16 episodes. Let's look at how they paced this season. SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED ALL OF THIS SEASON.

seriously

The first 2 episodes are a "catch up". A "here's where the group is now". They clear the prison. That's what we get. Also, we figure out what's up with Andrea and Michonne. So, good.

The next 2 are the fallout of the experiences with prisoners and the fallout of Andrea and Michonne going with the Governor, as well as some character deaths and Rick's breaking point.

Then you have 2 episodes of Rick losing it, Maggie and Glenn, and Michonne v. Merle.

Then you have 2 episodes of Michonne finding the prison, the group rescue/Michonne v. Governor, and then midseason "cliffhanger" (if you can call it that).

Now, since the break, you have 2 episodes involving Rick and the rescued with Daryl and Merle going off while Tyreese sees how insane Rick has become.

Then the prison raid. And recently, Andrea coming back.

So far, they've paced this well. They essentially have two (now 3) separate plots mingling into one episode a week (Prison group, Woodbury/Andrea, Tyreese's group). You have 45 minutes to cram all of this. They've done well. It seems long, but to really have the viewer buy into all of this, you have to give some details. You have to dive into it and not look back when you're writing it. Otherwise, you risk skimping on important minor details and the whole season feels empty.

They still have to have Rick's "coming back" moment. They still have to have Tyreese's group have their resolution and tie their plot together with the Prison v. Woodbury plot. They still have to get Andrea to have her resolution. They have to specifically state whether Merle is pro-Prison or pro-Woodbury with his "moment". Then, finally, the climax and resolution to the Woodbury v. Prison arc. These are just things I'm guessing, btw. If I were writing, these seem like the logical progressions. They still have 5 episodes left, and based on the preview for next week, next week will be a detour off the previously stated plots to a whole new one. Season 3 finale will not be the final showdown. Mark it down right now. Way too much to cover. If it is, color me shocked. Season 4 midseason finale, if I am guessing, will be the conclusion of the prison arc.

Sure, we all can guess that at least SOME of the prison group make it out of this debacle. No poo. Sure, we wonder what comes after the prison, as far as what the show is gonna do. But to wish it away is just silly.

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Fuging spoiler tags, this is me when I see them...

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Fuging spoiler tags, this is me when I see them...

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Haha thats great.

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Here's to hoping for a great show tonight :cheers:

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This Rick, Carl, Michonne trip thing should be great.

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Sh1t just got real

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Holy poo.

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