The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 8 Megashare Watch She is trying to lift a covering of something off the ground. It is covered with dirt and she says that it is heavy. Could the Governor have abducted some of Rick's group and is holding them in that hole in the ground? If so, who is missing? In the comic books, the Governor has Tyreese and uses him to gain access to the prison, but Rick refuses to let him in.
The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 8 The Governor then uses Michonne's sword to behead Tyreese. Tyreese is a big and strong guy and it probably won't be easy to overpower him. Not to mention that Tyreese still has a lot of rage over the brutal murder of his girlfriend. It will be interesting to see if the show follows this line in the comics or not.
I think the crew, and Ernest Dickerson, who directed it, everybody busted their guts to do that episode. Darrell Pritchett, who does the special effects — he's the man with the dynamite, was the busiest man I've ever seen.
Most likely "The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 8 will end with the attack on the prison beginning and fans will probably have to wait until February 2014 to see how it ends. What do you think will happen on "Too Far Gone?"
"The Walking Dead" mid-season 4 finale shows Carl and some other members of the prison group running and shooting. It seems that the Governor and his camp have gotten into the prison. In the comics, the Governor overpowers Tyreese and gets in that way and then beheads him with Michonne's sword. But on the show Tyreese is a big, strong guy and won't be taken advantage of easily. There is also the rage that he is still filled with which would add to his strength. It is being speculated by some that he is a newer addition to the show and there is still a story to tell with him, so he probably won't die. But Hershel could be overpowered easily because of his age and disability.
A different sneak peek shows little Meghan telling her mom that she needs help.
What do you think will happen on "The Walking Dead" season 4, episode 8? Are you looking forward to watching "Too Far Gone?"
They ward off an attack from the Governor and his group from Woodbury in season 3, despite their small numbers and limited weaponry. The Governor's group was lured into the prison itself, when they met little resistance from Rick's band outside.
In "Too Far Gone," the Governor is having a meeting with the camp. He explains that some of the people at the prison are good, but others are not. He uses the words thieves and murderers to describe Rick and the group. To get them to join him in battling for the prison, he tells them that they are the ones that mutilated him and killed his daughter. He fails to mention that his daughter was already dead and that he was keeping his zombie child, not being able to let her go for good until Michonne did it for him. He also says that they burned his camp when in fact he is the one that burned Woodbury, which was actually a town, not a camp.
The comics also have the Governor riding in a tank with the words "Kill them all." Back in July local fans said that they saw a tank and heard a loud "boom" while filming was going on.