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The events of tonight's installment are even more tragic if you remember a few basic things:
- Rick wanted to find a safe place for Lori to have her baby. He thought the prison was that place.
The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 Watch Online Free - Rick was determined to keep his group safe from the prisoners. He thought killing Tomas and locking Andrew in a courtyard full of walkers would achieve that.
- Carol was practicing to assist Lori in a C-section delivery.
- Carl was still angry at his mother because of her affair with Shane.
- Lori was the one who saved the life of Maggie's father, Hershel, when it seemed like all hope was lost.
The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 Watch Online Free And the events are even more frustrating if you acknowledge one thing that's (arguably) beyond the show's control: A lot of fans hated Lori.
Like other polarizing women of AMC dramas -- Betty Draper on "Mad Men," Skyler White on "Breaking Bad" -- Lori had far more than her fair share of detractors. But even those haters couldn't be obnoxious enough to celebrate the death of a woman who sacrificed her own life for her child, who tried to leave her son with words of strength to carry onward in a world of darkness, who was lost and struggling in a life turned upside down by hordes of flesh-eating zombies ready to attack at any given second of any given day. Could they?
Even if you didn't like Lori, "The Walking Dead" was daring you not to choke up in her final moments on the show. The circumstances of her death were as harrowing and horrifying as anything ever seen on series television.
The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 4 Watch Online Free because that was the most obvious sign that the worst was yet to come.
"Aw man, can't we have just one good day?" Glenn laments at the sight of a single walker. That follows a mini-debate about whether or not the group should accept prisoners Axel and Oscar into their fold. Rick is determined to stick with his deal that they could have their own cell block (full of the rotting corpses of fellow inmates) but T-Dog argues that the prisoners deserve a shot at joining the group. (This doesn't totally gel with T-Dog's total lack of support for Dale trying to save Randall back in Season 2's "Judge, Jury and Executioner" but it's officially too late to hope for a deeper understanding of T-Dog.)