When we come back, she's apparently been taken into custody. The Governor comes in, holding her sword in its scabbard, and asks, "You get off on that?" Obviously she did. "Pokin' around other people's things?" Okay, probably not that part. He says they have nothing to hide, which Michonne says isn't usually said by people who actually have nothing to hide. The Governor concedes that point and says, "We all have our secrets." "Like Penny?" Michonne goads. The Governor looks busted, but quickly figures out she doesn't know anything about Penny but the name and goes back to his good ol' boy act, saying that Michonne wants to leave and Andrea wants to stay, so he figures Michonne is trying to make him kick her out so she doesn't have to decide herself. He says he was about to return her sword, "because you fit in. We've enjoyed having you." Okay, if we didn't already know he's a liar, we'd know it now. He picks it up and walks around the table, saying that following rules it what keeps people alive. "You've broken the rules. If I don't do anything, I invite anarchy." So he offers to keep quiet and give her a job on the research team, But while he's in midsentence, she jumps up, twists the scabbard out of his hand, and has the blade drawn and at his throat before he knows what happened. After a good long pause for him to think about what he's done, she backs away and walks out. Merle comes in after her exit and asks, rather sardonically, "How'd it go?" "She's all personality, that one," the Governor chortles, and tells Merle to send Andrea to him. Yes, her admiring gaze would certainly serve as an effective antidote.
Glenn's out in the prison yard digging a grave when Oscar and Axel come up to report that they have the walkers distributed evenly around the fence and to offer to help him dig. Glenn isn't exactly friendly. They express their sympathies about the loss of his friends, and he thanks them by saying, "I need two more." Congratulations, guys, you've gotten far enough into Glenn's good graces that he's willing to dump his work on you.