Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 7 NOW WHAT, ANDREA? A little piece of the promo shows The Governor pushing away a woman who wants to get more intimate with him. That looks like Andrea again, right? Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 7 So what’s up with that? CAROL IS BACK! SO... Daryl saved Carol (Melissa McBride) at the end of Episode 6, so what’s next for them? Kirkman told The Hollywood Reporter, “This is a win and this is definitely something that they needed. Now that she's back in the mix, it's going to be time for rejoicing but again this happens at a time when Maggie and Glenn have been taken and Michonne is being brought into the mix and things are getting that much more dangerous Dexter Season 7 Episode 9 and that much more interesting. You can only celebrate so much.” We see that Daryl heads out with Rick, so he and Carol can’t spend that much time together. We’re guessing Carol helps with Little Ass-Kicker, since she has experience raising a child. (RIP, Sophia!) And here’s one more chance to vote in our poll about Daryl and Carol as a couple or just friends. DIXON BROTHERS REUNION: Don’t necessarily expect Merle to reunite with Daryl on Episode 7, Boardwalk Empire Season 3 Episode 11 but Kirkman said, “We're definitely heading to a reunion of some kind eventually. Obviously that's something that we're building toward. When we get to that remains to be seen but that's going to be something that's going to be on Merle's mind as he interacts with Glenn and Maggie.” Revenge Season 2 Episode 8 Eventually the Dixon bros will reunite, but Norman Reedus teased some “conflict” between them. How's it gonna be for the Dixon boys? Other than a little hallucination of his own, Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) hasn't seen his older brother Merle (Michael Rooker) since some time before Merle went into Atlanta with Shane's old group on The Walking Dead Season 1. Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 7 That group ran into Rick (Andrew Lincoln), and Rick chained Merle to the roof. By the time Daryl went back for Merle, only part of Merle's arm remained. Fast forward two seasons and Merle is now torturing Glenn (and possibly Maggie) to get the location of the prison, Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 7 so he can be reunited with his brother. But Daryl is good friends with Glenn and Maggie, so he's probably not going to look too kindly on his brother abducting them, and punching Glenn in the face till he's bloody. Plus, Merle has tried to kill Michonne, who teams up with Daryl and the prison group on this Sunday's Season 3, Episode 7, Dexter Season 7 Episode 9 "When the Dead Come Knocking." Daryl and Merle have both changed, in different directions. Daryl is Rick's man. He’s great with babies and knows just how to save a lady from a closet. Merle is The Governor's man. Boardwalk Empire Season 3 Episode 11 He’s even more ruthless and still doesn’t know how to do anything but abduct women or call them “Blondie.” How are they going to be together, whenever we see their reunion? "Now that Merle is gone, it's the first time that Daryl is turning into something that Merle was afraid he was going to become: Daryl is becoming his own man," Norman Reedus told The Hollywood Reporter. "When the brothers are reunited, certain things happen and that will be the struggle: Revenge Season 2 Episode 8 Does Daryl want to be like Merle anymore? It's a different world and there are no second chances and that causes conflict on both sides." Do you think Daryl will choose to stand by Rick? And how do you feel about Merle? Crazy redneck or loving, misunderstood brother? The poor, tortured Glenn stands up to Merle in this sneak peek from Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 7 The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 7, "When the Dead Come Knocking." Glenn tells Merle that Rick will come to save him and Maggie. Merle said Rick won't do anything if he wants to get "Little Bo Peep" back. "Think I'm in this by myself?" Eek. The Governor is probaby the one interrogating Maggie, as a quick flash in the promo suggested. Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 7 Rape is such a loaded word — maybe even more loaded than murder. The Walking Dead includes brutal head slicing on a weekly basis, and recently killed off a new mother, but if the AMC show goes ahead with a rape storyline from the original comics, it would certainly prove their point about no one being safe. Dexter Season 7 Episode 9 And it would also prove that The Governor (David Morrissey) is truly evil. And it would further prove that Andrea has the absolute worst taste in men. The Walking Dead has not been slavishly faithful to the original comic series — not even close. Boardwalk Empire Season 3 Episode 11