We're going back home on The Walking Dead Season 3, Episode 4 — back to the prison where we left our old friends, who were last seen killing a few former human residents while clearing the place of walkers. The memories!
The Sunday, November 4 episode is called "Killer Within," which sounds ominous. (“Within,” as in within the body? Lori’s zombie baby? Or within the prison, since they haven’t fully cleared it? Does that person who was spying on Carol in Episode 2 do something funky? Or … new theories needed!) It probably will be ominous, even though one funny sneak peek shows Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) getting it on in the guard tower. Hey, someone has to keep making babies for The Governor's "civilization"!
Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) talked to reporters (via Books & Review) about Season 3, including his reunion with brother Merle (Michael Rooker). Norman teased how Episode 4 will take us deeper into this new world’s hell.
"We just watched Episode 4, as a group, and there wasn't a dry eye in the house, even though these were people who were there while we were filming it, all day, over and over again," Norman said. "We saw Episode 1 at a screening for the cast and crew, so there were 400 people packed in the place, and everyone was screaming at the top of their lungs. You could barely hear the dialogue. If it does that to us, when we're there filming it, bored and waiting for the day to be over, it's going to blow your minds. It's great!"
If Daryl Dixon approves, we approve! Norman added, "The people that are really fans of the show, we're not dumbing anything down for anyone. It's smart television. It's not one of those shows where there are three people in an office that you know are going to be there until the season ends. Anyone could go, at any time, just like in the real world that we're trying to play in. It's fascinating to watch."
Everyone keeps preparing us for big deaths, so we know they are coming — it’s just a matter of when. Do you think something big will happen this Sunday, in terms of a death, or are they saving the major shockers for the midseason finale, then the eventual full season finale?
Source: Books & Review
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