After last Sunday’s welcome jaunt far from the confines of the prison and Woodbury, it looks like the show it shuffling back to familiar territory. In the picture above is everybody’s favorite one-eyed weirdo sitting down to what I hope will be the long promised confrontation between he and Rick. This was the first of two images released by AMC for episode 313 “Arrow on the Doorpost.” The second is below.
Rick is definitely not in the prison in this picture. It looks like he’s in a barn or other farm structure used for storing supplies. Maybe this is one of the places Woodbury stores supplies? If it is, one would assume it’s either in or near the town itself, so you’d think Rick would be armed with more than his trusty revolver. Maybe he’s using himself as bait, maybe he’s gone back to acting crazy. Who knows when it comes to Rick?
Okay, on to the teasalicious videos with their (often un-kept) promises of The Big Showdown. This one is jam-packed with 100% more vitamin Tease!
The table the Governor’s sitting at in the beginning of the promo could be the same one in the top picture. And, yes, it looks like the two head honchos are meeting on some kind of farm (Oh for the love of Pete, not another damned farm, please!). Let’s just hope they don’t decide to get comfortable there and spend a whole season sharing their feelings in dysfunctional ways.
In the first of two sneak peeks, Rick, Hershel, and Daryl go to this fairly large farm or maybe it’s some kind of grain processing facility. One can only assume this is the same place we saw Rick meet with the Governor in the promo video above.
They don’t give much away in this little taste. All we see is Rick and Daryl sneaking their way between silos while they leave stumpy in the car. But what is this?! Hershel’s bad leg doubles as a gun rack! I didn’t know you could do that. I really have to start watching more infomercials after the zombie apocalypse.
And now, the moment we’ve all been waiting (and waiting and waiting) for:
FI. NA. LEE… The Governor and Rick come face-to-face. “We have a lot to talk about.” How many times and in how many promos have we heard that line from the Governor? This better not be some dream sequence or another bait-and-switch clip or I’m going to make Morgan look like the very model of sanity.
Don’t mess with us, AMC.