'The Walking Dead': Danai Gurira and Greg Nicotero discuss Season 3, episode 5 'Say the Word'

This week on "The Walking Dead," Rick attempted to deal with the news of Lori's death, Michonne made the decision to leave Woodbury without Andrea, we met someone very close to The Governor and Daryl stepped up as a leader in Rick's absence.To help process all that, executive producer Greg Nicotero (who also directed the episode) and actress Danai Gurira participated in a conference call with journalists.Among the many topics discussed were when we'll find out what happened to Carol (Nicotero promises all will be "revealed shortly") and what exactly happened to Lori's body. Read on for highlights:Danai Gurira on Michonne's decision to leave Woodbury... "I think it was pretty obvious from the beginning she wasn't happy at Woodbury. It was really working against what her instincts were OK with -- being in this place with these men who had taken her weapon, living under someone else's rules all of a sudden. She didn't choose...

'The Walking Dead' 'Hounded' Video Preview: The Fight Against the Dead and the Living

The The Walking Dead  has shown us two distinct worlds this season: the fake utopia of Woodbury and the cruel reality of the prison. The prison crew has faced much loss, but so have the citizens of Woodbury. This week's "Hounded" showcases the continued struggle the survivors face every day against both the walkers and the living.

'Walking Dead': About THAT scene...

By Dalton Ross SPOILER ALERT! If you've seen this week's episode, get Sarah Wayne Callies' take on the latest twist

Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 5 Spoilers: Why Is Glenn Digging Three Graves?

Those ex prisoners must really have no place else to go if they are still trying to befriend our group after last week’s carnage. In a sneak peek of The Walking Dead Season 3, Episode 5, "Say the Word," Oscar (Vincent Ward) and Axel (Lew Temple) try to comfort Glenn (Steven Yeun) as he digs a grave. "Your friends, they're good folks," Axel says. "They were family," Glenn replies. We know T-Dog (IronE Singleton) and Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) are dead, so when the guys offer to help,...

The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 5 “Say the Word”

The Walking Dead  “Say the Word” season 3 episode 5 airs on November 11 2012 9/8c on AMC. In this episode, after another loss, Rick struggles. Michonne remains suspicious of the Governor as he throws a party with a unique twist for the people of Woodbury. Show Summary:  Based on one of the most successful and popular comic books of all time, written by Robert Kirkman, AMC’s The Walking Dead captures the ongoing human drama following a zombie apocalypse. The series follows a group of survivors, led by police officer Rick Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln (Love Actually, Teachers, Strike Back), who are traveling in search of a safe and secure home. Read More...

'The Walking Dead' Sneak Peek: 'Say the Word'

After last Sunday's epic The Walking Dead episode with two heartbreaking deaths, it would be nice if the survivors could have some time to grieve, but that's not in the cards for them. They have to take care of a new baby, bury their loved ones, and continue to fight for their survival in "Say the Word."

'The Walking Dead' 3.05 Sneak Peeks: The Aftermath of the Shocking Death

The survivors team up to get the supplies needed for the newborn baby, Rick struggles to control his emotion after another loss, and Glenn prepares some burials.

The Walking Dead Season 3 Spoilers: Maggie Steps Up, There Are "Doubts" About Rick's Leadership

Badass Maggie (Lauren Cohan) taking down walkers is much better than weepy Maggie relying on Glenn (Steven Yeun). So it's good to see Maggie getting stronger on The Walking Dead Season 3, and looking more like the girl we met riding in on a horse to bash a zombie with a bat on Season 2.  Lauren Cohan talked to IGN about Maggie's post-farm journey. She thought she was going to lose her dad, Hershel (Scott Wilson), on Season 3, Episode 2, but it turns out he just lost a leg. Does...