It's no more Mr. Nice Guy—but also a lot more Mr. Nice Guy—as the Governor played it both ways. Read More...
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In last week's episode, we caught up with the Governor as he formed a new family and tried to put the past behind him by adopting a new name. As "Brian" grew closer to Tara, Meghan -- a little girl who may serve as the perfect replacement-Penny -- and Lil More »
The Walking Dead Season 4, Episode 7, “Dead Weight” is the second of the two “standalone” episodes following The Governor (David Morrissey), but there will be some flashes of Team Prison. This week catches up to the timeline of Episode 5, with The Gov. wa More »
After the surprising and somewhat disturbing turn "The Walking Dead" made in last week's "Live Bait," the AMC series had much poorer execution in delivering the transformation of the Governor 2.0. Mr. Brian Harriet is no more, once again reverting to his More »
Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown, it seems. Crisis of conscious officially over for the Governor, though! As far as Phillip/one-eyed Brian is concerned, it’s not the right thing, or the wrong thing – it’s the only thing.
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Last week, I pondered how long The Governor’s redemptive arc would last – turns out it was contained to the events of “Live Bait” and no further. “Dead Weight” goes out of its way to hit the rewind button on The Governor, removing “Bryan” from the picture More »
The Walking Dead returned tonight with “Dead Weight”, as we all get just what we all wanted to see: More of The Governor and his quest for redemption! Oh wait, did I say it’s what we all wanted to see? What I meant is: What nobody wants to see.
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The Governor's back on The Walking Dead ! After slaughtering his people, did the Governor start a road to redemption in "Live Bait"? Or, were his actions too horrific to ever overcome? Read More...
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