The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 5 “Say The Word” Live Recap 11/11/12

The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 5 “Say The Word” Live Recap 11/11/12The Walking Dead returns to AMC with a whole new episode called “Say The Word.” On tonight’s show after another loss, Rick struggles. Michonne remains suspicious of the Governor as he throws a party with a unique twist for the people of Woodbury. Did you watch last week’s season 3 episode 4? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On last week’s show Rick, Beth, Darryl and T-Dog went outside to clean up the dead bodies and look for Maggie and Glen to help, it turned out they were in the guard tower making out ’cause it’s important of course to get it on during a zombie apocalypse when everyone around them was dying! Rick and the group found the Governor’s compound, but before that they were taunted in a game of cat and mouse. Eventually, the group put all the pieces together and they realize that the Governor is nuts, how else can you describe a guy who spends his evenings staring at a collection of severed heads like it’s a big-screen TV.

On tonight’s show three graves are dug which leads us to believe that Carol is in fact the third person that they will be burying, after all, it’s not like the group is going to dig a grave for Andrew the prisoner after he tried to kill Rick. Rick is struggling to come to terms with Lori’s death while Glenn tries to help him get his spirit back and the rest of the group take care of the baby. Everyone is mourning the loss of their friends but three graves have to be dug and supplies found for the baby.

Tonight’s The Walking Dead Season 3 episode 5 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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