"There’s a sense that he wants them to see just how terrible he can be; he wants to shock them. He was planning on killing Michonne afterward, but he has a sword to this man’s neck and he was hoping that [Rick’s group] would see he was serious and say, “We’ll leave [the prison],” but they still weren’t saying that. In the Governor’s craziness, just like at the end of season three when he has this blackout, he goes into this traumatic place again and blacks out and lashes out. The person he lashes out to is the person whose neck is right in front of that sword."
- David Morrissey on why the Governor opted to kill Hershel instead of Michonne (x)
(Source: the-walking-dead-amc, via dont-opendead-inside)
We’re not too far gone.
(Source: mstuarts, via dont-opendead-inside)
Look, I fought him before. And after, we took in his old friends. They’ve become leaders in what we have here. Now you put down your weapons, walk through those gates… you’re one of us. We let go of all of it, and nobody dies. Everyone who’s alive right now. Everyone who’s made it this far. We’ve all done the worst kinds of things just to stay alive. But we can still come back. We’re not too far gone. We get to come back. I know… we all can change.
(Source: isavedupallmysunshine, via walkingdixon)