“Kill Them All!”
That’s right, when The Governor somehow survives the wounds inflicted on him by Michonne, he brings the citizens of Woodbury with him for one final attack on Rick and the prison. Oh, and he also takes a tank!
There are casualties galore during this battle and while the original shock ending is no longer a possibility – Lori is gunned down along with baby Judith when they get caught in the crossfire – it still has more than enough potential to be an epic way to end the season.
It would also take us back to the show’s original focus on a small group of survivors on the run and alone in the wild, neatly wrapping up the prison’s role in the series and leading to a major status quo shift for the already confirmed fifth season.
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