Your unwillingness to sacrifice your comforts for the greater good was appalling. We don’t care if you saw the error of your ways and tried to make amends late in the season: The truth remains, and that truth is you still royally goofed and became someone we all hated.
And we loved to hate you. You gave us a reason to be angry. The Governor scared us, Merle made us believe in redemption, and you… You just made us facepalm over and over and over again. You made us question everything we had ever liked and learned about you.
Ha, listen to us. We keep sounding like this is your fault, when it’s not. No, it’s your writer’s fault.
Maybe it was intentional: Make Andrea the character fans begin hating because of stupid decisions she makes. Maybe it was never meant to be that way. Maybe you truly were the victim of poor writing.
They can try to pass it off as wanting to add a sense of realistic human nature into an otherwise unrealistic scenario. But we don’t buy it.
They can try to say there wouldn’t have been much of a third (or fourth) season if Andrea had done the right thing and killed the Governor. But we don’t buy it.
Alas, what’s done is done. And you have to understand it’s nothing personal, it’s just business.
The season finale is in less than a week and the real reason we’re tuning in is not to see if the Governor meets the business end of Michonne’s sword or Rick’s revolver — we’re tuning in to see if you bite the dust, because we really hope you do.
We don’t care how it happens, it just needs to happen. “The Walking Dead” world would be much better without you.
We loved you, we really did. But breaking up is hard to do, and sometimes the only way to see it through is by seeing you written off the show.
Please don’t disappoint us. Again.
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