On last Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead, the episode took a sudden, sharp turn with the Governor's sudden assault on the prison, killing Axel and compromising the security of the prison gates. This Sunday's episode, "I Ain't a Judas," looks like it will be dealing with the fallout of that assault, with some characters making some pretty important decisions that will affect the direction of the season's remaining episodes.
While the promotional photos released from the episode show the survivors dealing with the zombie threat which has arisen inside the prison walls, E! has gotten their hands on some spoilers which seem to indicate that it will be our main characters -- not the zombies -- who will be providing the episode's real shocks. Namely, they're talking about Andrea, Carol, and Carl.
Andrea (Laurie Holden) will reportedly make "a fateful choice that just might change the landscape of the entire season." Great, that's just what we need: MORE importance for Andrea. Might her choice be to take the Governor up on his offer to be the leader of Woodbury?
Meanwhile, Carl's got a line of dialogue that will apparently "[make] his maturity clear." Carol, meanwhile, shows her own development, but in a different way: she'll be displaying a less than "warm and fuzzy side." Oh, and Woodbury gets some unexpected visitors (Tyreese's group?).
Check out the rest of the spoilers over at E! Online.
The Walking Dead's next episode, "I Ain't a Judas," airs Sunday ay 9/8c on AMC.