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There are just two episodes left of The Walking Dead's third season, and based on the promo for "This Sorrowful Life," it looks like some major decisions need to be made. With last night's episode focused almost entirely on the Woodbury characters, we're left to wonder what's going on with the people at the prison and what Rick has decided. It appears his mind isn't made up, and given the stakes, it's probably a wise move to make the most of the time he has to figure out a plan.
A conversation with Merle appears to be in the cards for Rick. If anyone knows how the Governor thinks, it's him. Merle offers up some insight, with a side of judgment…
Unless he doesn't believe Merle, Rick won't be underestimating just how bad the situation would be for Michonne if he actually gave her up. We've seen the torture chamber. Andrea's tied up there now, in fact.
Merle's a popular guy these days, but not in a good way. Glenn is still understandably annoyed by Merle's presence, and Daryl's ready to talk about it.
Glenn and Maggie may have reconciled, but something tells me it won't be so easy for Glenn to get over Merle's part in what happened to him and Maggie when they were being held captive by the Governor.
With just two episodes left, this Sunday's episode could serve as a lot of build-up toward whatever's to come in the finale. Then again, major things can happen in the second-to-last episode of the season. It was Season 2's "Better Angels," which saw the end of Shane just before the season finale and the exodus from the farm. Anything can happen!
The Walking Dead airs Sunday at 9:00 p.m. ET on AMC. Read our breakdown of last night's "Prey" here.