|The Governor Is Not A Biter Yet|
After watching episode #8 (Too Far Gone) of AMC's series The Walking Dead, the Grassy Knoll Institute has uncovered concrete evidence that the Governor is not really dead but very much alive. The Talking Dead episode hosted by Chris Hardwick and guest Robert Kirkman, (Creator of The Walking Dead) confirmed my findings.
Let me explain. In last nights episode, when the Governor was choking the life out of Rick, Michonne ran him through with her Katana sword. The Gov fell onto his back, mortally wounded, but not dead. Michonne was leaving the "Biters" to complete the task. As the biters approached closer and closer, Lilly appeared, looked down on the still alive Governor, aimed a handgun at the Governor, and with her arm noticeably shaking, fired her gun.
So, the Governor is dead right? Wrong! Here is my evidence.
From the show, we did not see the governor dead. Perhaps Lilly missed. Understandable with her hand shaking so much. Perhaps Lilly had a change of heart and did not shoot. There were plenty of gun shots occurring at that time. Perhaps one of them just happened at the exact time Lilly was ready to fire. And that leaves the Governor alive. Yes, severely wounded, but alive.
Robert Kirkman confirmed in the Talking Dead program that when the producers kill off a main character like Hershel played by Scott Wilson, it is an intense death scene. (Hershel getting his head hacked off by the Governor needing several blows to complete the task) So how did the Governor supposedly die? By a gun-shot to the head that was not shown on camera by Lilly, a new character with no real history on the show. I don't think so.
The Governor is alive, severely injured, but alive. He will surface next season. With a new ally. An ally named Carol.
LURKING, KEEPING AN EYE OUT ON THE GRASSY KNOLL