LIGHT WALKING DEAD SPOILERS AHEAD!

Life is about to get rough in Woodbury, for a change. Here's the official synopsis for The Walking Dead Season 3 episode that will air Sunday, March 17 on AMC:

Episode 14: "Prey"
"The Governor chases a fleeing dissenter; while the Governor is gone, a traitor tries to sabotage his plans."

So he has a "dissenter" and a "traitor." Based on the promo (watch below), that could be Andrea and Milton. It looks like Tyreese may still be supporting The Governor. (Don't be the new Andrea!) Or maybe Martinez wises up? No one who meets Daryl Dixon can live without him for long. 

TVLine also added this spoiler: "[On Episode 14] you’ll get a flashback to 'simpler times' between Andrea and Michonne (and the latter’s 'pets'); you’ll see Andrea train a gun on the Governor (but what, if anything, could stop her from pulling the trigger?); and you’ll be on the edge of your seat throughout a 10-minute cat-and-mouse sequence, ultimately uttering an expletive at your TV as it comes to an end."

We'd heard a "cool flashback" was coming, and showrunner (not for long!) Glen Mazzara hinted to a great 10-minute segment a while back, telling The Wrap, "There's one episode coming up soon that has I think the most exciting 10-minute sequence I've ever worked on. I just absolutely love it. I think it's fantastic, and I'm very proud to have been a part of it -- that we got it into our show." Mazzara is credited as one of the co-writers of "Prey," so it would make sense if he had been talking about this episode when he made that "10-minute" comment.

E! News also teased of "Prey": "The Governor is on the warpath this week, and you'll never guess who ends up his prisoner by the end of the episode!" Wanna guess anyway? Milton? Andrea? One of Tyreese's people?

There are 16 episodes to Season 3. Here are the synopses for the final two episodes, after "Prey" (via TVRage):

Episode 15: "This Sorrowful Life" (airs March 24)

"Rick and the others learn that if they want a truce with the Governor, they must make a sacrifice."

Yes, Michonne — who killed The Gov’s already dead daughter, Penny. There’s no way Team Prison would agree to that. Not after she helped them in the first Woodbury vs. prison assault, and certainly not after the Episode 12 road trip. Just give him Merle! 

Episode 16, "Welcome to the Tombs" (aka the season finale, which airs March 31)
"Rick and the others consider the defense of the prison as the Governor's impending attack looms."

Sounds like they said “No deal” on sacrificing Michonne. So The Governor is going to attack again on the season finale. We've read rumors that two more major deaths are coming at the end of this season, in the final two episodes. Since we've also been told that this season will have a satisfying ending, we're crossing our fingers that The Governor is the final big death — even though the finale is airing on Easter Sunday. Is that weird? 

Read more Season 3 finale teasers/spoilers here.

Sources: TVRageTVLineE! News

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Credit: YouTube Photo: Promo For The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 14 "Prey": Woodbury Drama!
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