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'The Walking Dead' Season 3 Spoilers: Prison Or Woodbury? Andrea's Loyalties Explained, Details

After raking in a TV record 12.3 million viewers in its midseason opener, The Walking Dead has fans dying for any information they can get their hands on for its future Season three installments.

By Bobby Pollier, EnStars on Feb 15, 2013 03:39 PM EST
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Cast members and producers of "The Walking Dead" take part in a panel discussion at AMC's TCA Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California (Photo : www.reuters.com)

After raking in a TV record 12.3 million viewers in its midseason opener, The Walking Dead  has fans dying for any information they can get their hands on for its future Season three installments. 

While the popular series will be airing an all-new Season three episode titled Home this Sunday, details have now emerged on its 11th episode to follow, I Ain't Judas.

The AMC network released the following official synopsis on next week's installment:

"Rick and the group must make a choice when security is threatened; Andrea grows uneasy."

Previous spoilers for the upcoming Feb. 17 episode suggested that The Governor's Woodbury group will be going to war at the prison and kill Axel in the process, which allows zombies to get inside the previously closed-off premises. 

It was also speculated that there may be some friction to come between The Governor and Andrea, who is currently caught in the middle of the battle between her old group and Woodbury.

Wet Paint reports that the I Ain't Judas episode will feature Andrea growing increasingly uneasy with the way things are being ran in Woodbury.  However, if Home's episode trailer is accurate, she probably won't instantly become aware of The Governor and his henchmen's intentions to attack the prison. 

Andrea is clearly keen to the fact that Michonne is around and attacked her love interest, The Governor, causing him to lose an eye and his zombie daughter Penny.  However, she still hasn't left his side to assist her old friend, which may indicate that her loyalties aren't easily swayed.

The site also reports that Andrea will have to eventually notice that "Martinez, and some others are gone, and she can't be so naïve and that she actually believes that he'll [The Governor] let the prison group live in peace."

The Walking Dead's Home is set to air this Sunday, Feb. 17 at 9 p.m. EST while I Ain't Judas will show at the same time the following week.

 

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