Meh. Just finished watching the half-season finale (the last episode released), and I wasn't that thrilled with it. Probably the worst episode I've seen in awhile. What a shame. Michonne of course managed to stir things up a bit, though.
Oh, and the Governor is officially a dick at this point.
EDIT: Great line in one of the AV Club reviews:
I was thinking the same thing, especially in the last episode or two when the Governor cannot believe that a small group without major artillery cleared the penitentiary. Yes, our heroes have a higher-percentage body count than those who attempt Mt. Everest, it seems, but the survivors are pretty damned good at surviving. Glenn himself is a great case for it.... he was timid and skittish and a runner in that second episode of the series, and now he is a killing machine who can improvise on the fly. And you can see Maggie hardening up too. Carl doesn't even flinch. I remember them running scared in the wild, originally, chased by walkers; now they just casually walk around through the walkers and just kill them when they come near, without much urgency. Because they are no longer intimidated....[Third Season] episodes have done a great job at selling just how lethal and driven the winter made our heroes. The Governor’s attempts to bring peace and joy to Woodbury are built on a foundation of lies and murder, but it’s also a dream that’s making his soldiers soft. As dangerous as it gets for Rick and the others, they manage to pull off a major assault and achieve their central goal with only XXXXXXX (so far). That’s the tradeoff for recognizing the world for what it really is: not many ice cream socials, but you know how to get the job done.
... and for you Duck Lip haters, you'll cheer with the last section of that review: