ByMatt Carter, writer at
If the zombie apocalypse kicks off you'll find me in the Winchester. @moremattcarter
Matt Carter

Last week's episode of The Walking Dead was a return to the show's explosive best as Rick continued to go loco and the Governor commenced his assault on the prison. If you haven't done so already you should definitely check out my episode recap, it's pretty good if I'm being honest. For the rest of us, it's time to take a look at what I want to see go down next Sunday in "I Ain't No Judas".

Rick to stop acting crazy

I get that Rick is emotionally unstable. I even understand that having your son shoot your wife in the head to stop her turning into a walker is enough to make anybody a little upset, but seriously Rick, it's time to man up! For the sake of the group at the prison, and us viewers at home, Rick needs to be a fully functioning leader again. Hopefully the Governor's attack on the prison has knocked some sense into him.

Andrea to leave Woodbury

It baffles me that Andrea is still kicking back at Woodbury hanging off the Governor's every word. Surely after everything she's seen (heads in aquariums, hello!) she must realize that her boyfriend (and supplier of expensive liquor), is kind of a bad egg. I would like to see her head to the prison next to see what's really going on.

More Tyreese

The last episode saw Tyreese and his group play the ultimate round of hide and seek as they were able to disappear for an entire episode. Please come out to play guys, the show needs some fresh blood now that Axel is gone.

Merle to continue being a dick

I don't know about you, but I can't get enough of the smirking, sweaty racist. Merle is the ultimate survivor, pimping himself out to whichever group offers the best chance of survival. He's the ultimate Darwinian, a mercenary that knows that only the fittest and most ruthless survive. In the next episode I would love to see him get all up in the grill of the guys over at the prison and generally be a pain in the ass.

Michonne to fulfill her potential

For large parts of Season 3, Michonne has mostly been staring at things with an angry expression on her face, so it was great to see her finally unleash her fury at the end of the last episode. I got goosebumps (I know, I'm weird) as she cut a bloody path through a group of walkers and next week I would like to see more of this badass-killer Michonne and less of the monosyllabic, bore-fest Michonnne.

That's me done for now, so what do you guys think? What would you like to see happen on next week's episode? Drop a comment below.

The Walking Dead returns Sunday 9/8c on AMC.


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