On Sunday, March 31, AMC debuted the day all walker fanatics anticipated and dreaded at the same time arrived, the season three finale of the hit walker apocalypse show “The Walking Dead,” “Welcome to the Tombs.”
The season finale of “The Walking Dead” kicks off with The Governor using Milton as a punching bag. The Gov says he protected Milton, only to be betrayed by him. He takes Milton to the room where Andrea is and orders him to kill her, to prove his loyalty. Milton takes the knife the Governor gave to him to kill her with but he turns around and tries to stab the Governor. The Governor is quick though and stabs Milton, telling him that he will still be killing Andrea because he will leave him in the room to turn into a walker and finish Andrea off.
Back at the prison, Carl is packing up his belongings, taking a moment to cherish the photo of him and his family. Carol, Hershel, and the rest of the gang are also packing up. Carl takes his stuff outside to one of the vehicles and his dad attempts to talk to him but Carl brushes him off. Glenn goes to Rick to tell him that he has never seen Carl so mad. Rick than sees Lori’s ghost again.
Daryl is with Carol who tell him that his brother gave them a chance. Michonne and Rick talk for a bit, and Rick tells her that she is one of them now.
In Woodbury, the Governor’s people are getting ready to take off. Sasha and Tyrese tell the Gov that this isn’t their fight and to count them out, the Gov doesn’t care that they stay behind. The Governor’s men soon arrive at the prison, after shooting down the first set of walkers, they break through the gates.
Allen cautiously opens the door to enter, they surprisingly find it empty. They all continue to search the prison but find nothing; the Governor then suggests that they split up.
Back to Andrea and Milton – Milton is slowly dying and tells Andrea that he left some pliers behind her and to try to get them before he dies and turns. Milton tells Andrea that when she gets free, to stab him in the head.
Sasha and Tyrese are worried that the Governor will not be happy with them when he returns and Tyrese tells her to stay put while he goes to check something out.
At the prison, team Woodbury stumbled into some traps that trigger the loud prison alarm and some smoke. Outside the prison, Glenn and Maggie are ready to shoot, both wearing protective gear.
Hershel, Beth, and Carl are hiding with Judith when a young man approaches them, holding a gun. They tell him to drop the gun and he tells them ok, to take the gun from him, but Carl shoots him as he gets closer.
In the forest, the Governor’s man are all arguing about whether or not they should go back to the prison. Shockingly, the Governor begins to shoot everyone that disagreed with him and wanted to retreat, leaving only Martinez and the guy that had taken Daryl’s arrow in “The Suicide King.”
Back in the torture room, Andrea manages to pick up the wrench using her feet. As she is struggling to free herself, Milton’s fingers begin to move.
Once again, team prison begins to leave and pack up their weapons and stuff in the vehicles. Rick goes to talk to Carl about the boy he shot, since Hershel told Rick that Carl shot him even though the boy surrendered. Carl explains that he couldn’t take the chance, that everyone they have failed to kill always comes back to get them. Daryl, Rick, and Michonne take off, leaving the rest of the gang at the prison.
The trio come across the people that the Governor killed, half of them already turned into walkers. There is one survivor though, and she accompanies them to the prison. Karen, the survivor, tells Tyrese to stop shooting at Rick and the rest, confessing that the Governor went crazy and killed them all.
Milton has turned and Andrea is still trying to free herself from the chair. Struggling is heard, but what happens is not shown.
Tyrese and Rick talk and go to look for Andrea in the room where they kept Glenn and Maggie. They find Andrea, she has been bit on the shoulder. Andrea manages to make peace with Michonne and says goodbye to her friends, telling them that she wants to be the one to kill herself. Everyone waits outside except Michonne, a gun shot is heard.
It is suggested that Rick and Karen talked to the people of Woodbury, as a bus load of people from Woodbury arrive in to the prison with Rick, Michonne, and Daryl. Carl asks Rick what they are doing there, Rick says they are joining them.
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