The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 3 “Walk With Me” Live Recap 10/28/12

The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 3 “Walk With Me” Live Recap 10/28/12The Walking Dead‘s airs with a new episode called “Walk With Me” tonight on AMC. On tonight’s show after witnessing an accident, Andrea and Michonne are introduced to a new community of survivors. As conflicts arise with their new acquaintances, a decision must be made. Did you watch last week’s season 3 episode 2? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On last week’s episode, it went from gruesome to more gruesome In another gruesome part, it’s was time for a zombie C-section practice. Carol wanted to prepare for Lori’s impending child birth and practiced on a walker, “I need experience, and we have plenty of cadavers,” she told Glenn before she began her gruesome experiment. Someone unseen outside the prison was watching from the trees, however, Carol was unaware as she was intent on her gruesome task.

On tonight’s show Andrea and Michonne find some new survivors and they must make a critical decision. Things are moving rather quickly on The Walking Dead and the Governor’s crew is shortly going to be introduced. In the preview for next week, Andrea and Michonne discover a perplexing smoke plume which actually turns out to be a helicopter crash.

Andrea will find herself blindfolded and Andrea and Michonne are taken to Woodbury where their weapons are taken from them and they feel like prisoners. We get a peek at Merle, Daryl’s brother who is back and living in Woodburt! How has Merle’s time away from the group changed him? How will Daryl feel about his brother being alive? Andrea tells the Governor that she was separated from her group and he immediately offers to find them.

Tonight’s The Walking Dead Season 3 episode 3 is going to be exciting, and you won’t want to miss it. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of the new episode of The Walking Dead — tonight at 9PM EST!


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