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Matt Carter

It's just a matter of time before Rick and the Governor cross paths in The Walking Dead. It's going to be the mother of all showdowns, as both leaders become more unhinged and more dangerous. What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? Very bad things, according to Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie on the hit AMC series. Talking to E! she revealed:

You should be nervous. It's scary. The Governor is so creepy, but even when he does bad s--t, he has this kind of charm when he's doing it. The Governor is bad news. He's very bad news for us all.

Having seen Rick go on a zombie-killing rampage after the death of his wife Lori and knowing just how sadistic and ruthless the Governor can be, this confrontation won't be for the faint-hearted.

Rick isn't the only one that should fear a meeting with the Governor and his community at Woodbury, as Cohen explains:

It's gonna get tricky for Maggie and Glenn. It's going to get pretty scary. What happens with the baby? How are we going to keep this baby alive? And the relationship can kind of be used against them as well. We realize that the zombies are actually the least of our worries.

Indeed. Shit may be about to hit the fan, but it makes for some incredible Television.

The Walking Dead is on AMC, Sundays 9/8c.


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