Cut to Milton and the Governor having breakfast with Andrea and Michonne in the Governor's kitchen. The hosts try to flatter the guests over how long they survived on their own, but Michonne's suspicious eyes are fixed on her sword behind the locked glass door of the Governor's weapons cabinet. The conversation drifts to the philosophical subject of whether the walkers retain any sense of their former humanity, which in turn leads to Milton asking Michonne about her pets, and his speculation that she knew them before. This at least gets Michonne's attention off the Governor's weapons cabinet. It's also obvious that this is the first time the question has occurred to Andrea, which is a little embarrassing for her. "Let them eat," the Governor says into the awkward silence. Andrea changes the subject to whether the place will hold up if a herd comes through, and asks him his secret. "Really big walls," the Governor says glibly.
Andrea points out that the soldiers they encountered also had walls, so the Governor elaborates that it's "about getting back to who we were. Who we really are." Thus they have homes and jobs and school and community. And guns and ammo, Milton points out. "And really big walls," Andrea remembers. The Governor vows die before he lets anything compromise their safety, as if anyone asked. "Looks like you're sitting pretty at the end of the world," Andrea says. The Governor says he's doing no such thing, and after deploying a preacher-worthy metaphor about how they've weathered the winter and now it's time to harvest, he says he's planning to go back out and take everything back. "We will rise again," he says in what is an uncharacteristically infelicitous choice of words. "Only this time we won't be eating each other," he adds. Oh, he meant to do that. After a long pause, Andrea agrees to drink to civilization.
There's a knock at the door. While the Governor goes to answer it, Milton asks how the tea is. There had better be some tea-related payoff in an upcoming episode. The Governor says he's got to go, and Michonne demands their weapons. The Governor offers to have them waiting for them outside, but invites them to stick around and see if they like what they see. Andrea seems open to it. Michonne, not so much.
Out on the street, Michonne grumbles to Andrea that she doesn't trust the Governor, so Andrea wonders if she's ever trusted anyone. "Yeah," Michonne answers all surly, leaving the "you" unspoken. Still, Andrea says she feels like she hardly knows Michonne at all. "You know enough," Michonne says, like saving someone's life means you don't have to undergo a background check or something. Andrea points out how easy it was for Michonne to take out the two walkers that had been protecting them all winter. Michonne says, "It was easier than you think." Not encouraging news, although I wouldn't go so far as to say Michonne would do the same to Andrea if necessary. It also leads me to suspect that while Michonne may not have known her pets before they turned, she might have known someone they killed. She walks away, but not without making some unfriendly eye contact with a big dude on the street who has noticed their presence.