- "The Governor. He is not what he seems to be."
Season 3, Episode 14
|Airdate||March 17th, 2013|
|Writer||Glen Mazzara; Evan Reilly|
|Producer||Robert Kirkman; David Alpert; Gale Anne Hurd; Glen Mazzara; Paul Gadd; Nichole Beattie; Sang Kyu Kim; Angela Kang; Scott M. Gimple; Denise Huth; Evan Reilly; Greg Nicotero; Tom Luse; Jolly Dale; Kenneth Requa|
|Starring||Andrew Lincoln; Sarah Wayne Callies; Laurie Holden; Norman Reedus; Steven Yeun; Lauren Cohan; Chandler Riggs; Danai Gurira; Michael Rooker; David Morrissey|
|Previous||"Arrow on the Doorpost"|
|Next||"This Sorrowful Life"|
"Prey" is the fourteenth episode of season three of the survival horror series The Walking Dead and the thirty-third episode of the series overall. It was directed by Stefan Schwartz with a script written by Glen Mazzara and Evan Reilly. It first aired on the AMC network on Sunday, March 17th, 2013.
Principal Cast Edit
Guest Stars Edit
|Melissa McBride||Carol Peletier|
|Dallas Roberts||Milton Mamet|
|Jose Pablo Cantillo||Caesar Martinez|
|Chad L. Coleman||Tyreese Williams|
|Sonequa Martin-Green||Sasha Williams|
|Scott Wilson||Hershel Greene|
|Daniel Thomas May||Allen|
Notes & Trivia Edit
This section showcases various notations, annotations and trivia relating to this episode. This may include behind-the-scenes details relating to this episode such as production notes and cast and crew credits, but may also include in-universe trivia relating to the internal continuity of The Walking Dead as well.
- The Walking Dead was developed by Frank Darabont based on the series of graphic novels by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard.
- This episode is rated TV-MA.
- This episode is included on disc four of the Walking Dead: The Complete Third Season DVD and Blu-ray collections.
- This episode had a viewership of 10.84 million people.
- Robert Kirkman, David Alpert, Gale Anne Hurd, and Glen Mazzara are all credited in the main title credits.
- Paul Gadd, Nichole Beattie, Sang Kyu Kim, Angela Kang, Scott M. Gimple, Denise Huth, Evan Reilly, Greg Nicotero, and Tom Luse are all credited in the opening title credits.
- Producer Jolly Dale and associate producer Kenneth Requa are credited in the end-title credits for this episode.
- Co-executive producer and teleplay writer Evan T. Reilly is credited as Evan Reilly in this episode.
- This is the first episode of The Walking Dead directed by Stefan Schwartz. It is his only episode from season three.
- This is the sixth episode of The Walking Dead written by Evan Reilly. It is his third and final episode from season three. He previously wrote "The Suicide King".
Where'd they go? Edit
The following are cast members who are credited as either main cast members or guest stars in this episode, but do not actually make an appearance.
- "Biters" is another term used to describe zombies; referred to as walkers by other characters. Only the Governor and the residents of Woodbury refer to the zombies as biters.
- There are no bloopers available for this episode at this time. Be the first to add some! Just click on the edit tab under the section heading and start typing. A blooper is any revealing mistake that can be found within the episode that the production crew may have missed during editing. This can range from inconsistent lines of dialogue to visible production equipment in the shot to mis-spoken lines of dialogue, or... dare we say it? A wardrobe malfunction.
- The Governor: Sorry to keep you waiting.
- Sasha Williams: Did you find her?
- The Governor: No. Hardly made it back myself, I'll look again tomorrow. So I heard there was a little hang up at the pits.
- Tyreese Williams: You have a beef with Rick, that's fair enough, but you can't be feeding these kids to biters.
- The Governor: No one's feeding anyone to biters.
- Tyreese Williams: So the trailer is...
- The Governor: It's a scare tactic, it's a bluff. I'd rather scare his people into leaving us alone than engaging in another fight. I'm trying to save lives here.
- The Governor: Milton, do you need something?
- Milton Mamet: What is that?
- The Governor: It's my workshop.
- Milton Mamet: How does that help Woodbury?
- The Governor: Excuse me?
- Milton Mamet: This was supposed to be a new start, a way out. What about everything we talked about? Beating this thing, crawling our way back. Look, this business with Michonne...I understand, but the people at the prison...
- The Governor: What? Hmm? I should move on.
- Milton Mamet: Yes.
- The Governor: Well, I will. As soon as this is over.
- Andrea: I've got to get out of here.
- Tyreese Williams: Nobody leaves.
- Andrea Please, I don't want any trouble.
- Sasha Williams: What is this about?
- Andrea: Just get out of my way.
- Tyreese Williams: Get back here.
- Andrea: (pulling out her knife) Don't.
- Tyreese Williams: Relax. Nobody's got to get hurt here.
- Andrea I'm sorry. I'm sorry it's just this place... I can't stay here.
- Tyreese Williams: Why?
- Andrea: The Governor. He is not what he seems to be.
- Milton Mamet: Is she dead?
- The Governor: I hope not.
- Milton Mamet: Are you okay?
- The Governor: Never been better.
- Milton Mamet: There is no deal. Philip has asked for Michonne.
- Andrea: Rick would never do that!
- Milton Mamet: Whether he hands her over, or not, he is going to kill them all.
- Andrea: I have to stop this.
- Milton Mamet: I don't think you can.
See also Edit
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