Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 Rick said they are awful grateful for what Lori did, but even during their talk, they stare straight ahead and dont really look at each other. The fence does not make for a good therapist. Hes like her boss now, not her husband. Shouldve backed Team Shane, girl. He loved you no matter what.
HERSHEL IS ALIVE
Lori does some CPR Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 to save Hershel, who had apparently lost his heartbeat. He woke up and seemed to make a grab for her, like he was a walker. Carl trained his gun on him
. But then Hershel was normal again Just a bad dream Maybe hes always been that way. Some people are just cranky as hell when you wake them up. Hes fine, now, although hes still minus part of his leg.
LORI AND RICK HAVE A NICE TALK
Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 For the record, he doesnt think Lori is a bad mother. But its funny how neither one of these two ever has any idea of where Carl is at any given moment. Bad wife is a different story, Lori said. But what can they do, get divorced We got food, Hershels alive. Today was a good day. Tell that to the guys who were in that prison for 10 months until you showed up! Lori and Rick compliment each other on how they acted. Its easy to be nice w
hen times are good.
The helicopter! And Walking Dead Season
3 Episode 4 Andrea and Michonne! And the Governor! Oh, man. It's going to be great when Rick and the Governor have their intense alpha male stare-down. The sexual tension will be off the charts. But seriously, there was no way to recut this episode with even a smidgen of Michandrea
Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) can't just file for divorce on The Walking Dead Season 3. For one thing, there are no lawyers left. (Success) For another, they have a son named Carl (Chandler Riggs), who is slowly becoming less irritating and more important to the group.
Andrew Lincoln told TV Guide he thinks dictator Rick and his
super-pregnant/super-annoying wife Lori are actually Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 doing a "pretty damn good job of holding things together, considering the circumstances.
"This is what I realize more and more: This is a family drama set in hell," Andrew Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 said. "That's the way I've played it. Last season, I read Lonesome Dove, just because I felt it was right and it was a beautiful book and it just resonated with Season 2. This season, it's The Road.
Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4That was the book that I read. I think that that's very much where we're headed."