Andrea says she came as soon as she could, and is starting to feel a little offended at how unfriendly everyone's being. "What have you told them?" she asks Michonne, who answers, "Nothing." The first words they've exchanged. Andrea wonders why everyone's mad at her and points out Merle before saying that the group is going to have to work it out with the Governor. Rick insists they're going to do that by killing him. Andrea claims that she doesn't know about everything "Phillip's" done, but there's a place for all of them in Woodbury. "You know better than that," Merle sneers. Well, a normal person would. Andrea admits that the Governor didn't send her, but she tells them that the town is terrified of them. So Daryl has a suggestion:" "Next time you see Phillip, you tell him I'm gonna take his other eye." Glenn adds that they've taken too much shit for too long: "He wants a war, he's got one." Andrea says she doesn't know what's going to happen if they don't work this out. "You want to make this right?" Rick asks her. "Get us inside." Andrea refuses, talking about the innocent people in the town, but Rick is done listening, and walks out on the discussion.
In the outer courtyard, stupid Andrea has the nerve to blame Michonne for turning everyone against the Governor, and claims that she didn't choose the Governor over her partner. "I just wanted a life." Sorry, fresh out. Michonne says that unlike herself, Andrea was under the Governor's spell from the first moment she saw him and still is. Andrea claims Woodbury needs her. "And what about these people?" Michonne asks. Andrea says she's trying to save them too. Michonne actually gives a rare smile and remarks, "I did not realize that messiah complex was contagious." Yes, Andrea must have gotten it from Rick. Andrea is about to walk away, and Michonne quietly adds that the Governor sent Merle to kill her-- and Andrea too, had she left town with her. "But you didn't, did you? You chose a warm bed over a friend. That's why I went back to Woodbury. Exposed him for what he is. I knew that it would hurt you." Andrea turns back, but Michonne has had her say, and she leaves Andrea fighting tears in the paved courtyard. It's about time someone made her cry.