25 Mar 13
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The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 15 Recap
Many said that almost all the episodes of The Walking Dead feel aimless sometimes but it is not the case for this episode. Titled ‘This Sorrowful Life’, the episode is one of the most tense and focused episodes of the show. This episode sets up the last struggle between both the Woodburians and the prison group and it ends on a quite tragic note while also leaving a hopeful one, thus, making it an episode that virtually every fan of the show would not regret watching.
The episode begins with a scene where Rick spills the Governor’s offer to Daryl. Following the scene, Hershel and Daryl then try dissuading while Rick insists that it is their very best shot to save lives and enlists help from Merle. Merle than warns Rick that the Governor will definitely not kill Michonne as the Governor only intends to torture her and advises Rick to bind her using wire. The survivors then work together and have Michonne explain a plan to them.
The scene then moves to the cell block where Carol tells Merle to pick a side while Daryl tells Glenn that Merle will definitely find a way to finally make up for what he did back at Woodbury. Merle then reflects on how the others hate him in the boiler room. Outside, we have Rick who finds a cable to use to bind Michonne but before Lori appears as he throws away the cables and immediately leaves after he sees Lori. He then goes to the cell block and declares to Hershel that the deal is off. At the same time, Merle, whom the others suspect to have abducted Michonne, tells the later that it is actually his best shot to save Daryl, as well as the others.
Meanwhile, at the prison, Glenn is seen asking Hershel for Maggie’s hands in marriage in which Hershel offers Glenn his blessing. The scene then changes to an abandoned motel tethering Michonne to a post where he then accidentally activates an alarm and attracts walkers. The two then enter a car in which Michonne says that the group will finally welcome Merle but he chooses to be an outsider. Merle then sets Michonne free while at the same time, Glenn scans a number of walkers and cut off the fingers of a female walker he runs into. Michonne then meets Daryl and tells the later that Merle set her free.
The scene then goes back to Merle who has arrived at the Governor’s rendezvous spot and hides while the Governor and his group shoot a group of walkers he has lured out by blasting music in the car he drove. Merle then aims to shoot the Governor but hits Ben, Allen’s son instead as he got in the way. The Governor then discovers that Merle is there and beats him before finally fires him. Back at the prison, Glenn places a ring in Maggie’s hand as a proof of their engagement. Rick then gathers the group and starting disclosing the offer given by the Governor stating that they should stick together. Meanwhile, at a feed store, Daryl sees a walker and realizes that the walker is actually Merle. He tearfully stabs Merle in the head after the walker tries to attack him. The episode ends with Rick watching Michonne who is in her way back to the prison from the guard tower.