The midseason finale for "The Walking Dead" season three is only days away, and the episode, titled "Made To Suffer," is probably going to live up to its name. When we last left Rick, The Governor and the rest of the show's characters in last night's "When the Dead Come Knocking," Rick was poised to enter Woodbury while The Governor was planning on scoping out the prison. It doesn't seem like much of a stretch to assume that those two worlds will collide next week.
The synopsis for episode eight simply reads, "Andrea steps up when the people of Woodbury are thrown into uncharted territory; a new threat arises at the prison," but it's a safe bet that the episode is a bit more action-packed than that. Two new clips from "Made To Suffer" have debuted online and tease some interesting developments that will occur next week.
First up, Andrea takes a look at a picture of The Governor's family as she's getting ready to head out of their love nest. As she hears him walking up to her, she puts it down and tells him she's going to help Milton cremate the dearly departed Mr. Coleman. All pretty boring, truth be told, but the look on The Governor's face when Andrea walks away promises bad things to come for our favorite blonde with terrible choice in men.
The second clip shows Michonne (who is now in Woodbury) finding a girl tied and chained with a bag over her head in a prison cell. We all know who she is thanks to "Say the Word," but Michonne is in for a little surprise when she takes that hood off and finds the zombie daughter of The Governor, Penny, standing before her. It's like season two's barn scene all over again, but with the stakes being much higher.
"Made To Suffer" airs December 2 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.
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