Andrea is in a car and she is blindfolded. There is a small gap and she can barely see through it. Michonne is sitting in the vehicle right next to her. When we next see Andrea, she is getting medical treatment. Andrea asks to go but the person treating her suggests that they stay the night and points out that it's dark out now. Merle sends the doctor on her way and tells Andrea that he knows that they were probably hoping that he was dead. He says that when he was found, he was starving and thinking about committing suicide and meeting Darryl on the other side. Merle asks about his brother and Andrea tells him that Darryl did go back for him but he was already gone. Merle still blames Rick for locking him up in the first place and Andrea tries to explain by saying that they wanted to keep looking but a lot of people died. She tells him how Darryl stepped up and became a valued member of the group. Finally, Andrea asks what they want from them and Merle says that he plucked them out of the dirt and suggests a thank you. Michonne reminds Meryl that they had a gun pointed at them. When he starts to ramble, Andrea says thank you.
The Governor enters the room and asks them how they are doing? Michonne asks for their weapons back and he tells them they can get them back at the gate. Andrea is upset because she saw them put a gun into the skulls to two dead men and the Governor then informs her that whenever someone dies, they become a walker. He tells them that they are free to leave whenever they want to but Andrea needs a solid nights sleep. The Governor offers them medical care, food, and keys to a vehicle if they stay the night. The Governor then opens the door and says, "welcome to Woodbury." Michonne and Andrea walk out and see that the residents have erected a bridge to keep the walkers out. Andrea asks if they are military because they are carrying heavy artillery and the Governor says that these are weapons they have collected over time.
The Governor escorts Michonne and Andrea to a room and tells them that they even have food and running water for showers. He promises them that they are safe there. Andrea asks about the pilot and the Governor says that Dr. Stevens is doing all she can. He leaves and tells them that if they need anything, there men will be waiting outside the door.
The next morning, Michonne and Andrea are getting the tour and learn that there are 73 people living in Woodbury and that the walls have not been breached in over a month. Apparently, the Governor has a tight leash on the town and this includes a sunset curfew. The governor is interviewing the pilot from the helicopter and learns that ten in his group escaped. The governor promises to find the land group that he was with and bring them to Woodbury.
After leaving the survivor, the Governor enters a building and catches Merle bickering with a scientist. He asks about Andrea and if she is from the group in Atlanta who left him on the roof. The Governor asks Merle to talk to Andrea again to see what else he can find out. The scientist pulls the cover over Michonne's zombies and explains that what she has done to them brilliant. The Governor asks why she kept them and the scientist says they're camouflage. The scientist says that the zombies are starving, they're just doing it more slowly that we do. The scientist wants to question Michonne and Andrea but the Governor says that Merle is handling it. the Scientist tries again and says that letting Merle talking to the women is a mistake.
The Governor sets up a meal for Andrea, Michonne, the scientist and himself. The scientist asks if they believe the walkers remember the person that they were trapped inside like an echo. Andrea says that she thought about that one time before a walker tried to bite her. The scientist ask about Michonne's zombies and suggests that she knew them once but Michonne does not answer. Andrea asks if they expect what they have at Woodbury to hold but Michonne says that it will hold. The governor says that the real subject is what happens in the walls - "it's about getting back to who we were." Throughout the conversation, Michonne keeps looking at the governor with hate in her eyes. The governor says that they are going to take back what's theirs, only this time they won't be eating each other. For her part, Andrea looks intrigued and even raises her teacup to the Governor. The Governor gets up to go and Michonne stands and says that they want their weapons. The governor again reminds them that their weapons are waiting for them at the gate, but again suggests that they should wait awhile and check out the town.