That makes his line about the governor much more interesting.
He was definitely acting a little strange in the S2 finale. With him driving east frantically with some purpose in mind. As well he was the one who suggested they drive east from the freeway. Could he have been leading the group into a trap??
He seems conflicted though. He has made bonds in this group. When Lori tells him to stop or she will get out he acts very torn and frustrated. The most emotion we have seen from him in awhile.
Plus all the strange looks he was giving Rick at the end. You could see the wheels turning in his head.
I hope this is true (or something like it) cause it would finally give Irone some material to bite into to.
Here is a very interesting quote from Glen M about T-doggs lack to stuff to do in S2:
"I've been surprised at this. I have worked on shows before that have characters in the background, and they have been on a slow burn. With T-Dog? I will admit, he has been off to the side and all but forgotten. Part of my job as showrunner has been to really address and develop Rick's character. And some other stuff. Poor T-Dog was left by the fire. Now that he has survived the finale, we're going to correct this. I think IronE Singleton has done a fantastic job of establishing a character, and making people interested in him, with very little to say. That is a strength of the show moving forward. That is a character we are looking to develop in a significant way. We haven't done our work with T-Dog yet, but we are going to roll up our sleeves and get through it."