Tonight's episode of The Walking Dead was the last we'll see for a couple of months. The series will return for the second half of Season 3 in February. We have a trailer for the second half of the season and a clip that gives us a snippet of what follows from tonight's cliffhanger. Spoiler alert: read no further if you're not caught up through "Made to Suffer," the mid-season finale of Season 3 of The Walking Dead!

First and foremost, here's a scene from "The Suicide King," which is the first episode of the second half of the season, which picks up right about where things left off, with the Woodbury people screaming for Merle and Daryl's deaths. The clip below is brief, but it gives us a look at Andrea's reaction. Will she stand by and watch as Merle and Daryl are executed? Find out below:

Are we assuming that this whole situation with Merle is the Governor's way of setting him up to be an inside-man at the prison? If Daryl thinks his brother has been cast out of Woodbury, he may be willing to take him with him back to the prison and even take his side once things inevitably get divided.

Here's the trailer for Part 2 of Season 3, which sort of spoils the big cliffhanger…

We see Daryl running, and there was Glenn pointing a gun and saying, "What the hell is he doing here!," which makes me wonder if he's looking at Merle. Glenn may be the guy least likely to ever trust Merle after what he and Maggie have been through.

It also looks like Andrea's loyalties are going to be an issue. It's hard to know where she stands anymore or what side she'll take when push comes to shove. She had a connection with Michonne, but that seems to be done and she's closer than ever with the Governor. Is there anyone in the prison group that she has any strong connection with?

We'll have a full write-up of tonight's mid-season finale coming soon, so keep an eye out for that! The Walking Dead returns for Season 3.5 on Sunday, February 10 at 9:00 p.m. ET on AMC.

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