AMC‘s The Walking Dead Too Far Gone Images. The Walking Dead: Season 3, Episode 8: Too Far Gone pictures focus on the clash between Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln)’s group and The Governor (David Morrissey) at the prison.
Our TV review of the episode: The Walking Dead: Season 4, Episode 8: Too Far Gone.
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David Morrissey Hershel Decapitation The Walking Dead Too Far Gone
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Norman Reedus Grenade Tank Turret The Walking Dead Too Far Gone
The Walking Dead: Season 4, Episode 8: Too Far Gone‘s plot synopsis: “The Governor rallies his group for an assault on the prison, claiming they can take it without killing anybody. He reveals that he’s captured Michonne and Hershel and that he’ll use them as leverage. Hershel attempts to barter with the Governor, saying their groups can live together in the prison peacefully, but the Governor isn’t interested. Back at the prison, Daryl and Rick clash over Rick’s banishment of Carol. Tyreese believes that there’s still a murderer in the prison, but before Rick can tell him about Carol, they hear an explosion outside, causing the group to check it out, only to find out that the Governor’s group is outside the prison fences and revealed that they have taken Hershel and Michonne as hostages. The Governor demands that Rick’s group leave, but they refuse, instead offering to let the Governor’s group live in one of the prison’s cell blocks. The Governor appears to consider this, but instead takes Michonne’s sword and partially decapitates Hershel, provoking a firefight between the two groups as the Governor orders his group to “kill them all”. Hershel attempts to run away but Governor finishes him off by decapitating him completely while Michonne is able to slip away amidst in the gunfire. Meanwhile, Lilly looks onward at the river where a walker is swept by the waves while Meghan plays at a mud pile, but a walker suddenly arises from the mud and bites Meghan in the arm. As the battle continues, Mitch drives over the prison fence in his tank, effectively rendering the prison useless as a stronghold from walkers. Lilly brings Meghan’s body to the battle site, further infuriating the Governor, who shoots her in the head to prevent her from turning. Rick ambushes the Governor but the Governor gains the upper hand. Meanwhile, the prison group begins to split up as some members, including the sick escape in the prison bus and others retreat on their own. Tyreese is pinned by two members of the Governor’s group but is saved by Lizzie. Daryl is able to place a grenade inside the main gun of the tank, forcing Mitch to evacuate, and subsequently kills him with his crossbow. The Governor is about to kill Rick, but Michonne stabs him through his back with her katana. Rick then returns to the prison, looking for Carl, whom he finds. They then search for Judith, only to find a bloody, empty baby carrier. Devastated, Rick and Carl retreat from the prison on their own. Meanwhile, Lilly finds the wounded Governor lying on the ground outside the prison and kills him by shooting him in the head. ”
The Walking Dead: Season 3 starred David Morrissey, Danai Gurira, Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Lauren Cohan, Steven Yeun, Scott Wilson, Emily Kinney, Chandler Riggs, Melissa Suzanne McBride, Adam Minarovich, Dallas Roberts, Marvin Duerkholz, Sonequa Martin-Green, and Chad Coleman.
The Walking Dead: Season 4 other cast additions include Alanna Masterson, Christian Serratos, Vincent Martella, and Lawrence Gilliard Jr.
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