'The Walking Dead': Andrew Lincoln breaks down season finale
Says Lincoln: Rick is 'suffering for his sins'
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Several groups converge on Terminus as the series sets up for the season finale.
Carol, Tyreese, and the girls find a safe haven, only to uncover a threat within their ranks
Daryl and Beth settle into a new home. Maggie, Sasha, and Bob face the dangers of going it alone.
Beth and Daryl go on the hunt for spirit(s). Daryl confronts the man he once was.
Rick can't catch a break. Glenn and Tara learn more about the mystery trio.
Still separated from one another, the rest of the gang grapple with their new realities
Carl and Rick struggle following their many losses; Michonne reflects on her past
Rick and the Governor face off for control of the Prison (again).
The Governor and his new family join his former henchman's camp. With the Governor no longer in power, what could possibly go wrong?
The mystery behind what the Governor has been up to since last season is revealed
With a Walker herd at their door and the infected getting worse, the Prison is on the brink of deterioration
Rick and Carol go on a run as the others continue on their quest for medicine
All hell breaks loose as viruses of all sorts run amok in the prison
The Woodbury army comes to the Prison. People die, and die, and die
Merle kidnaps Michonne for the greater good of the group. Or maybe he's seeking redemption. Or maybe he just wants to find a place that still serves whiskey
Andrea makes a break for the prison. The Governor chases after her. So, you know, typical relationship problems...
Rick and the Governor meet on neutral ground to broker peace. It works about as well as the Treaty of Versailles
Rick is haunted by yet another ghost from the past. But this ghost isn't dead yet. (OR IS IT?) (No.)
Andrea pays a visit to her old friends. They aren't too happy to see her.
Nothing happens. And then, suddenly, a lot of things happen.
The midseason finale sees the Grimes Gang and the Woodbury Warriors engage in all-out urban warfare. Not everyone gets out alive.
The residents of Woodbury reveal their curious source of entertainment, while Rick goes on a grief-stricken rampage
The gang enjoys a quiet and uneventful day in their happy new prison home. Actually, no, that's not what happens at all
A zombie herd invades the barn, and not everyone gets out alive. Plus: A new arrival?
Dale tries to save Randall's life by doing his best Jimmy Stewart impression, while Carl goes hunting
Rick and Shane set off on a road trip, while Lori and Andrea try to counsel Hershel's wacky (and suicidal) daughter
The Grimes Gang battles enemies both living and undead, while Shane and Andrea start plotting a coup
In the wake of a zombie massacre, Rick and Hershel meet some new people. It doesn't turn out well
The Grimes Gang learns about the zombies in the barn. Horrific shenanigans ensue.
Daryl takes a nasty tumble, Glenn makes a disturbing discovery, and an old friend reappears
Lori makes a shocking discovery, Glenn and Maggie have an eventful trip to town, and Rick has a long conversation with Hershel about, y'know, life, man
Shane makes a difficult decision, while Rick tries to convince Lori that life is still worth living. (Hint: The deer is a symbol.)
Carl suffers a nasty wound, and the only way to fix him is 100% medically accurate post-apocalyptic surgery
In the season finale, Rick's new heaven goes to hell, and a secret gets whispered
Andrea says a tense goodbye to her sister, while Rick and Shane disagree over the fate of the camp
Rick and his team attempt to get their hands on a sack of guns, while a bloody attack rocks the RV camp
In an hour that's heavy on human drama, Rick reunites with his family, then heads back to Atlanta to help the least of his human compatriots
Rick's audacious plan to outwit and outlast the zombies foists him into a leadership position with a scrappy band of humans