Black TV Watch: Michonne Gets Captured

She also loses her blade and offs her pet zombies. Plus, Olivia gets kidnapped on 666 Park Avenue.

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(The Root) -- While those on the East Coast were hunkering down for a Halloween storm named Sandy, Black TV got really scary, too.

666 Park Avenue (Sunday, 10 p.m. ET; ABC)

Highlight: On this episode of 666 Park Avenue, we get a few answers. Sort of. That little girl who's been haunting The Drake? She's the daughter of a murderer who resides in a box. And maybe Gavin isn't the most evil person on the show. He's made a deal with someone else who kidnaps Olivia (Vanessa Williams) and luckily leaves her relatively unharmed on their balcony. Of course, when she wakes up out of her drug-induced slumber, Gavin doesn't share a thing about what just happened. All part of Halloween at the creepiest apartment building ever.

Watch here.

The Walking Dead (Sunday, 9 p.m. ET; AMC)

"Welcome to Woodbury." --The Governor 

Highlight: This week, Michonne (Danai Gurira) gets more screen time but few lines of dialogue still. She and Andrea (Laurie Holden) witness a plane crash, and go to investigate. But as they get closer to the wreckage, they watch from the bushes as a group of survivors murder the wounded pilot and crew. Michonne's captive zombies are breathing way too loudly so she slices off their heads. But guess who discovers them anyway? Merle, the hot-headed racist who caused loads of trouble in season one. He captures them and introduces them to a new community of survivors led by The Governer (David Morrissey), a blood-thirsty character who has stockpiled military-grade weapons to protect his fiefdom at Woodbury. Michonne doesn't trust him, especially since he took her big blade. Andrea, on the other hand, seems intrigued ...

Watch here and this video of episode commentary below.

Celeste Little is an editorial intern at The Root.

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