Mitch: "End of the world don't mean **** when you got a tank."
Martinez: "Some things you just can't come back from, they become a part of who you are. You either live with them or you don't ... maybe we can share the crown."
Winner: The new guy, Mitch.
BEST ZOMBIE KILL
None of them were that crazy this week. We'll go with the Governor bludgeoning a zombie's head in with his flashlight.
Again, none of them really jumped out, but there were a number of unique zombies. There was the trailer park zombie, whose goopy leg skin was peeling off (yuck!); there was poor Pete peering up from his watery grave like in an old Creepshow comic; and there were those awesome hippie zombies in the mudpit. I'll go with the one who had the raw, bloody face and was also all muddy. He just didn't care about his appearance anymore.
Zombies: Five (counting the two decapitated heads in the cabin), for 196 on the season.
Humans: Martinez and Pete, plus four in the rival camp, for 26 on the season. We also learned that Shumpert died, along with a handful of army men, but that all happened off camera.
A look ahead to next week's episode, "Too Far Gone"
The Governor lurks around the prison like a real creeper, then whips his camp up into a fervor to attempt a hostile takeover. There is a big fight. A zombie tries to ford the river like he's on the Oregon Trail or something. The catchline is "Some Will Fall."