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Fantastic episode. Brutal fight Gov vs Michionne.
Getting a little tired of Rick's group locking another group outta of the prison, or segregating them.
**One thing though concerning Governor invading prison (besides him being evil and all) if all he's going to do is kill everyone and let the walkers move in, why does he even have to bother. He doesn't plan to move Woodbury there, or use it. - This is before the fight, loss of daughter, loss of eye.
also, for those who have read the comic - it looks like they're casting Axel in a completely different light than the Axel from the comic. In fact, it looks like (even though the Axel has the same dialogue characteristics and sayings that he has in the comic) that they're casting him like the "other inmate" (that isn't on the TV show).
I get the "segregate" people from the prison stuff that they're doing. They had no idea if these were vandals, murderers, etc (I mean, the guy IS black ) - so why take the risk?
I think it's interesting how the governor has "turned on Merle". I get the feeling that this is how the governor gets Merle on "the inside" of the prison to find out what's going on. He sends Merle there - making Darryl think that Merle was outcasted - in an attempt to get Merle accepted into Rick's group. This will lead to a pretty cool scene - imo - where Merle becomes Martinez (a guy from Woodbury who was sent to follow Glenn when the governor cut Glenn lose back to their prison). Might make an interesting confrontation between Darryl and Merle when Merle tries to escape and get back to Woodbury once he gets all the relevant intel.
One thing that bugged the **** out of me was how the people of Woodbury started screaming desperately for the governor to kill Merle and Darryl. That just seemed out of character and somewhat ridiculous. The scene seemed hastily thrown together.
What's with the mid-season finales? I don't know if there is a reason so I don't want to jump to conclusions, but it seems like just a shoddy way of milking a show with good ratings on a smaller network. It makes sense even if that's the case, but it's annoying.