Starring RolesGuest Stars
As Milton Mamet (Woodbury Resident, Researcher for The Governor)
As Beth Greene (Taking Care of Judith, Hershel Greene's Daughter)
The episode begins and Rick along with Hershel and Daryl, arrives for the talks at what looks to be an abandoned barn. They are tense and on their guard for a possible ambush. Rick enters the barn looking for the Governor, and just then he walks out of the shadows. The Governor says they have a lot to discuss. During the meeting, Rick mentions how his men attacked him and his group, but he counters that he could have killed them all and he didn’t. He then removes his gun and Rick is immediately on the alert, but the Governor says he is only removing his weapon as a sign of good faith. It’s then revealed that he has another gun taped right under the table. ..Read the full recap
Ratings: 11.46 Million Viewers
Location: The scenes at the barn the Rick and The Governor talk in were filmed at the ESCO feed mill in Haralson, GA.
Trivia: The original title of this episode was 'Pale Horse.'
Casting: Although credited as main cast in the opening title, Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori), does not appear in this episode.
Milton: The Governor thought it best that he and Rick spoke privately.
Daryl: Who the hell are you?
Milton: Milton Mamet.
Daryl: Great. He brought his butler.
Milton: I'm his adviser.
Daryl: What kind of advice?
Milton: Planning. Biters Uh, you know, I'm sorry. I don't feel like I don't need to explain myself to the henchmen.
Daryl: You better watch your mouth, sunshine.
Martinez: Look, if you and I are going to be out here pointing guns at each other all day, do me a favour, shut your mouth.
Milton: May I see it. Your stump, I'd like to, um... ahem, see where the amputation was. How high above the bite.
Hershel: I'm not showing you my leg.
Milton: It's important data.
Hershel: I just met you. At least buy me a drink first.
The Governor: I thought you were a cop, not a lawyer.
Rick: Either way, I don't pretend to be a governor.
The Governor: I told you, I'm their leader.
Rick: You're the town drunk who knocked over my fence and ripped up my yard, nothing more.
The Governor: Didn't you ever misjudge someone? Hmm? Andrea told me about your baby. That it might be your partner's. But you're caring for her and I admire that. Restitution for your own lack of insight. For failing to see the devil beside you.
Rick: Oh, I see him, all right.
Daryl: Look what he's got.
(offers Martinez a cigarette)
Martinez: Nah. I prefer menthols.
Milton: What about the deal?
The Governor: Well, they'll bring Rick, Merle's brother, maybe Glenn, Merle himself. We can take care of the whole crew. Best way to avoid a slaughter.
Milton: That is a slaughter.
The Governor: Not at our end. We're gonna have to eliminate Rick soon or later. No way we can live side by side.
Daryl: Are you army or something?
Martinez: Nah, I just hate these things. You know, after what they did to my wife...kids.
Daryl: That sucks.
Crew or Equipment Visible:
When Andrea is entering the barn and the door slides open you can see the shadow of a crew members feet as they open the door for her.
Crew or Equipment Visible:
When Hershel and Milton are outside talking you can see that Hershel is wearing a hearing aid in one shot. In the next shot it is gone.
Glenn uses a household propane torch to cut a metal grid. This type of torch is not capable of getting hot enough to cut through metal, he would have had to be using an acetylene and oxygen torch for it to work the way it is shown in this episode.
Season 3, Episode 10:
Rick and The Governor are meeting to talk after The Governor attacked the prison in 3x10 "Home
" by releasing walkers into the grounds.
Season 3, Episode 12:
Daryl is using the new crossbow that Rick took in 3x12 "Clear
" from Morgan's weapons stash.
Season 3, Episode 7:
Rick tells The Governor that he knows what he did to Maggie. In 3x07 "When the Dead Come Knocking
" The Governor and Merle tortured Glenn and Maggie.
Season 3, Episode 11:
Andrea told Rick in 3x11 "I Ain't A Judas
" that The Governor wanted to set up a meeting and talk things over.