Last week was another "deep river" episode. Relatively quiet on the surface, but the themes running throughout were deep and strong. I thought the scenes with Rick and the Governor were brilliant, at once likening and juxtaposing the two leaders.
Should've pulled the trigger, Rick.
As good as the episode was, there really isn't a ton to recap about it. The Governor initially would only accept surrender, but eventually said he would accept peace if Rick hands over Michonne. When Rick gave his "We're going to war" speech at the end, I thought it was meant to indicate that he saw through the Governor's lie. His conversation with Herschel indicated that that wasn't necessarily the case and he is torn between hope for peace and skepticism of the too-good-to-be-true offer.
There are three episodes left in the season, and the previews for this episode seem to be Woodbury centric. This makes me think that the last three episodes will go: Tonight - show Woodbury prep, Next week - show Prison prep, Finale - war.
The previews also seem to indicate that Tyreese will play a big role in the episode, and I can only hope that they will find a way to switch his allegiances to where they belong.