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As Hurricane Sandy barreled down on the North East threatening to plunge our area into chaos and runs on bottle water and Snickers bars, it’s nice to the reprieve of a good old fashioned zombie apocalypse.
And Sunday night’s episode of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” isn’t just any hour long session of gnashing and bleeding – it marked the debut of the fan favorite villain from Robert Kirkman’s comic series, the Governor, played with equal measures of charisma and implied menace by British thespian David Morrissey.
The episode (303, “Walk With Me,” for those keeping track) opens with a nod to the comics, an armed forces helicopter crashes due to mechanical failure. Michonne (Danai Gurira, who is becoming better every day) and Andrea (Laurie Holden) have their Thelma & Louise like trip across the countryside interrupted by a detour to investigate the plume of smoke they see in the distance.
Also arriving at the scene of the crash, though, is The Governor and several of his armed men, including a bat-wielding lunatic who seems to relish swinging for the fences on the heads of a couple of biters. Only one of the three soldiers on board the helicopter has survived, though he’s badly hurt.
Though Michonne tries to silence her pet armless and jawless zombies – who got excited by all the sounds of mayhem and are giving away their hiding spot – with swift decapitation strokes from her samurai sword, the ladies are spotted in their hiding spot in the trees – by none other than Merle (Michael Rooker!)
“Now, how’s a bout a big hug for your old pal Merle,” he says, causing an already feverish Andrea to faint.
I’d faint, too, if I found a guy who almost killed someone else in my group, who sawed off his own hand to escape out of handcuffs all the way back in Atlanta (Season One.)
“I guess this whole world gets smaller at the end,” Merle says later, grilling Andrea as to the whereabouts of his brother, Daryl, who has now become a respected part of Rick’s group.
“I was left behind. I know what it feels like,” says Andrea, relaying her flight from the zombie overrun farm at the end of Season Two, after Rick and co. presumed her dead during their escape.
“I doubt that,” says Merle fingering his stump.
Michonne demands their weapons back. “You’re not prisoners, you’re guests,” says The Governor, who takes them on a tour of his walled community, Woodbury.
Welcome to Woodbury, indeed, where 73 survivors have built a semblance of normalcy while the outside world is overrun by zombies. Andrea sees an Eden, Michonne senses all is not on the level.
“Give it a day or two to get our s--- together,” Andrea says.
“My s--- is always together,” answers Michonne.
Well, the Governor seems on the level as he promises the injured helicopter that he will send a rescue party to save the rest of his unit, the refugees of a military base that was overrun by zombies. “Tell me where they are and I promise I’ll bring them in,” he says, oozing sincerity.
Shortly thereafter, the Governor drives up waving a white flag to find the soldiers right where the pilot said they’d be. Their missing comrade in arms is safe in Woodbury, he tells them to get their guard down.
“The found him,” says one ecstatic soldier.
“We sure did, we found you too,” says the Governor opening fire. His men emerge from the tall grass to do the same. By the time the smoke clears, the soldiers are all dead.
When he returns to Woodbury flush with more weapons, food and vehicles, he tells his followers a made up story how zombies had gotten to the soldiers first, because they weren’t blessed with their town’s walls. He pauses between sentences for the exact amount of time a human being should look mournful.
Morrissey told the News that working in the intense crucible of filming “The Walking Dead” has changed his perspective on acting. “The one thing this show has done for me is meant that I could never do ‘Madmen, again cause I watch it and I think, you’re walking around air conditioned studios in a nice suit, jumping into bed with a whisky and smoking, how the hell could you pick up your check at the end of the week,” he said, laughing.
After a good, productive day of killing potential threats to his seat of power, however, the Governor retires to home to enjoy a well-earned whisky of his own…. in his secret man cave full of severed heads in fish tanks. The newest addition? The helicopter pilot who naively trusted him…
Hurricane be damned, this guy is shaping up as a force of destruction that a few flashlights and bottled water bottles isn’t going to stave off for Rick and his dwindling band of survivors.