February 25th, 2013
12:06 PM ET
[Note: This post contains spoilers for the February 24 episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead."]
Sunday night's "Walking Dead" showed us the aftermath of the Governor's attack on the prison as well as the end of Andrea's patience with him.
With last night also being the Oscars, we thought we'd give out our Awards - let's call them the "Walkies" - for the episode's best moments.
1. Best 'calling out' moment: Hershel to Rick
Early in the episode, Hershel had finally had enough of Rick's hot-headed ways, and told him he needed to live up to the title if he wanted to be a leader. "Rick-tatorship" or not, crazy Rick wasn't going to fly anymore.
2. Best father-son moment: Carl and Rick
Carl may have just opened Rick's eyes to his behavior when he backed up Hershel's view that Rick didn't seem fit to lead anymore. Carl took it further by suggesting to Rick that he let Daryl or someone else lead the group, at least for a short time.
3. Best accidental meeting in the woods: Tyrese's group and Andrea
After Andrea notified the Governor that she no longer trusted him, she snuck out to the prison to try and put a stop to this war between the two sides.
She told Milton to help her, and he immediately ratted her out to the Governor, who encouraged Milton to do just what she asked.
As the pair of them were making a walker her "pet," they were attacked by a few others and got some unexpected assistance from Tyrese's group, who'd quietly exited the prison themselves.
Milton led them back to Woodbury, and it wasn't long before they gave the Governor some intel on Rick.
4. Best reunion gone sour: Andrea's visit to the prison
Andrea didn't exactly get a ticker tape parade when she arrived at the prison. She learned of the deaths of Shane, Lori and T-Dog while Rick basically treated her like the enemy since the Governor was her boyfriend. She swore up and down she had no idea what he was up to, but even Michonne turned against her.
The survivors gave her a car to drive home in, but it looks like she'll meet Rick again as he heads to Woodbury with Carl and Michonne.
5. Best almost-death that might have ended the season early
Carol gave Andrea the idea to sleep with the Governor, and then she could end all of this pretty quickly.
Andrea did just that, but when she crept up on the snoozing Governor with a knife, she couldn't bring herself to kill him.
So we've presumably still got five more episodes to see how this all ends up between the two camps.
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