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What will happen next on The Walking Dead? We make a few predictions now that AMC has revealed the episode titles for the rest of The Walking Dead season 3.

The episode that will air on February 10 is called “The Suicide King,” but we’ve known this since the midseason finale. However, this is the only episode we have an official description for:

“The Governor (David Morrissey) plans an assault on the prison, but Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the other survivors might just attack first! Written by Evan Reilly; directed by Lesli Linka Glatter.”

The rest of the episode titles are as follows, including their air dates (which we found thanks to Screen Crush):

Episode 10: “Home” – February 17, 2013

Episode 11: “I Ain’t a Judas” – February 24, 2013 

Episode 12: “Clear” – March 3, 2013 

Episode 13: “Pale Horse” – March 10, 2013

Episode 14: “Killer Within, Part II” – March 17, 2013 

Episode 15: “This Sorrowful Life” (directed by Greg Nicotero; written by Scott M. Gimple) – March 24, 2013

Episode 16: “Welcome to the Tombs” (directed by Ernest Dickerson) – March 31, 2013

“Home” might refer to the survivors finally gathering together in the prison, and creating a sense of home. We doubt this will be long lasting.

“I Ain’t a Judas” must refer to a betrayal of some kind – or someone being accused of a betrayal. Our guess is the “Judas” is either Merle or Andrea.

“Clear” could refer to many things – but maybe the prison group thinks they are finally clear from the Governor’s attacks, or vice-versa.

“Pale Horse” is a biblical reference to the Four Horsemen of the apocalypse, and the rider of the pale horse is death, so we can assume that death is coming in some way. Especially considering this episode precedes “Killer Within, Part II,” we can only assume this pale knight is bringing death along with him (or her).

“Killer Within, Part II” alludes to devastating episode (3×04, “Killer Within”) during which we lost T-Dog and Lori, and Carol disappeared. We can only assume more destruction is coming in this episode.

“This Sorrowful Life” will probably be a somber episode following what we think will be a vicious episode.

“Welcome to the Tombs” is a confusing one. Does this refer to tombs of those characters we’ve known and lost? Or will the survivors stumble upon something new that pertains to tombs or graves? We could even see this being a reference to deeper exploration of the prison.

At any rate, we can expect an action packed, emotional thrill ride for the rest of The Walking Dead season 3.

What do you think these new ‘Walking Dead’ episode titles reveal?

  • Jonrolfe

    There was such a huge amount of complaints from fans of the original comics about the first “killer within” episode everyone expecting the show to have the serial killer plot in it that “killer within part 2″ will have that plot added to it as the writers want to be true to the original comics and keep the fan base happy

    • rsprague

      Who would it be though? Axel is the only one left from the group or prisoners found, and he’s not creepy like that in the comics. But maybe they’ll make him that way anyway. Or they’ll find someone else. I think you might be onto something here.

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