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Goal! Reunions! Blood! What more could you want in a season 4 finale? I could have used more than an hour of content, but we can't always have what we want. Let's dive right into the action-packed ending to one of the most thoughtful and non-action-packed seasons ofThe living Deaduntil today. Check it out for more thoughts on the season finaleThe original message from Dalton Ross.
The season finale begins in an unexpected place: prison, before everything goes wrong. Fresh from what they believe was their last confrontation with the governor, the prison community is two months into its development. All together. No one has a mysterious flu virus. Life is hopeful for once.
Rick, Maggie and Glen return from a run and greet their families. This means we see Hershel alive and well, unless part of his leg is missing. It's the real "painful eyesore" - I may not miss the prison community much, but I do miss Herschel.
Cut to: It's the gift after prison. Rick's hands are red and shaking. His face is also covered in blood as he sits next to a wrecked truck. What happened? Why is Rick covered in blood? After a season marked by an ambitious manipulation of time, the season finale is no different.
Now it's post-prison, pre-damned Rick present. Still on their way to Terminus, Rick, Michonne, and Carl are running low on supplies, but remain hopeful. As de facto family, they leave their camp to check Rick's trap.
Carl asks Rick and Michonne upon their arrival at Terminus if they are going to tell the others about "everything that happened to them" and everything they've done. Rick replies, "We'll tell them who we are." Carl replies, "Who are we?" Season 4 Theme Alert!
Inside the trap, Rick collects a small rabbit and explains how the trap works. It places the trap in front of a funnel-like path and leads the unsuspecting prey into the trap. What else looks like a path leading to a trap in the second half of this season? uh...
Suddenly a man's voice calls for help from afar. Without hesitation, Carl runs towards the voice. (Damn Carl!) Rick and Michonne follow him. Carl discovers that the screams are coming from a bespectacled man surrounded by Walkers. Carl raises his shotgun to shoot the Walkers - inexplicably wasting any more bullets he has left - but Rick pulls him back. They can't help the Four Eyes - the commotion will only draw the Walkers to them. However, a few walkers from the edge of the horde spot them. Rick, Michonne, and Carl return to the tracks to find more walkers digging for another meal.
As Rick deals a punch to the first Walker in his path, we flash back again, this time to Hershel waking Rick up in jail. She wants his help with something - something she doesn't need his gun for. “It just gets in the way,” Herschel points out.
With his much-needed and used weapon, Rick, Michonne and Carl are on their way again. They find an abandoned truck, as seen in the opening scene, and settle there for the night.
In the dark, Rick and Michonne talk by the fire while Carl sleeps in the truck. About a day outside Terminus, Rick suggests that the community should be strong and have a system for inviting others. Michonne "I wonder if it's all legit." Just then they hear a branch break in the forest. Seeing nothing, they relax and continue their conversation. That is, until Joe puts a gun to Rick's temple. The not-so-cheerful band of robbers have caught the "walking poop girl" who killed Lou, and they're out for blood.
NEXT: Nobody corners Rick
Joe proclaims it's a reckoning, a balancing of the universe on "New Years" - but to me it's more like a bloodthirsty group of men on the brink of torture, rape and murder. Before Joe can finish the New Year's Eve countdown, Daryl the Crook arrives onstage and interrupts.
Fulfilling his evolution into a true honest hero, Daryl tells Joe to let Rick, Michonne and Carl go because they are "good people." Completeheroic offermode, Daryl offers himself in place of the trio. Joe is disappointed - Daryl broke the Rule by lying that his friends were "good people". He must suffer the punishment of liars. Joe sickens two of his men on the newly crowned SirPrice for logic. The lead raider turns his attention to Rick and taunts him. As nonchalant as a murderous, vengeful psychopath can be, Joe jokes, “First we're going to beat Daryl to death. Then we have the girl. Then the boy. Then I'll shoot you. And then we square off."subsequentlyonly Jeff Kober laughs in that eerie, sinister way. Dan the Marauder laughs as he pushes Carl to the ground, creating yet another gruesome image with a child this season.
With his friends and especially his son in danger, Rick goes on the offensive. He nods to Joe and points the gun away from him, shooting close to his ear, but not into it. Joe and Rick argue, but Rick falls to the ground again. Daryl still gets hit. Michonne is still in the crosshairs of Tony's gun. Carl is still obsessed with Dan. (Even the implication that the show could "go there" shocked me more than anything during the season finale.)
Joe takes Rick in his arms and taunts him, "What are you going to do now, boy?" Oh, nothing... except MATURE YOUR ASS WITH MY TEETH. Taking advantage of the distraction of a man biting another man's neck, Michonne points Tony's gun at him and fires. Daryl kills his attackers. Dan pulls a knife at Carl - Rick doesn't budge. He grabs Joe's knife and stabs Dan, Carl's soon-to-be rapist, again. And again. And again. Michonne holds Carl tight as the boy watches and never loses sight of his father.
So that's why Rick is covered in blood.
In the meantime,
back to the farmIn the past, Hershel wanted Rick to learn how to be a farmer - tame pigs and horses, grow plants and build a new life for Carl and himself. "He needs his dad to show him the way," Herschel emphasises. "Which side are you going to show him?" Rick showed Carl how to cultivate. He really did. It just didn't take that long. Now she shows him how to pull out the bad veins of men when they threaten you and your people.
Now we cut to fucking Rick - sitting by the truck, still dazed and shaken from the events of the night before. In the truck, Michonne lies awake with Carl in her arms. She brushes his hair to the side and holds him as he looks at him as if he were her own child. Daryl goes outside with Rick and traces his history from the prison fall. He talks about Beth and finally declares, "She's just gone." (Is that his way of saying he wasn't looking for her anymore?) Daryl also explains why he stayed with the robbers, feeling guilty about not knowing the extent of their brutality. Rick assures him not to feel guilty and calls Darylmy brother.
After everything they've been through together, Daryl and Rickisbrothers - they are family. For Rick, family is all that matters. After being tried in blood and gore against the robbers, Rick finally understands the lengths he will go to to ensure his family's safety and survival. Violence and brutality along with compassion and love are part of the Rick Grimes Zombiepocalypse - and for the first time, he has faced both sides.
NEXT: You can checkout whenever you want, but you can never leave
The mixed Grimes/Dixon/Michonne's Last Name family is on their way to Terminus again. Rick finds another sign to the Terminus and decides to continue hiking in the woods to stake out the shrine before entering it. They reached the perimeter of Terminus and scattered to make sure it was safe. Honestly, I didn't really understand their reasoning for the breakup. If they wanted to make sure Terminus was safe, why not cordon off the site for a long time? I think hunger makes you do weird things.
Anyway, Carl goes with Michonne instead of Rick. Thinking Carl fears the violence his father could inflict, Michonne sheds light on her violent past. She explains that at the beginning of the outbreak, her son Andre, Andre's father and her friend Mike, their friend Terry, and they moved to a refugee camp. Despite the growing desperation of their situation, Michonne and her family remained in the camp. One day, returning from a running race, he found that the camp's fences were broken. Andre is gone, probably killed by the Walkers. Mike and Terry were high during the attack and were bitten by the Walkers. Instead of killing them, Michonne turned them. They broke, cutting their hands and mouth. Then she decided to drag them along as a reminder of "what she deserved." Only later did he realize that they acted as a shield for other walkers and that he was "another monster" to them.
"I've been gone for a long time," he says. “But then Andrea brought me back. Your father brought me back. You did." Michonne assures Carl that he needn't fear her or his father for their actions. They're not monsters, even if it seems like they once were. But he's not afraid of them - he's afraid to not be what his father thinks he is."I'm a monster too," Carl confesses.Michonne hugs him as Rick stares at him unseen.Rick has faced the extremes in him, but his next goal is to help Carl the same for himself Season 5 theme, maybe?
Apparently their perimeter check goes well and the team decides to enter Terminus. Before storming the back entrance, Rick buries a bag full of other guns and ammunition "just in case". This isThe living Dead— there is a small chance that there isnormalit's a "just in case" situation that justifies getting this bag back.
With their limited weapons, the team enters Terminus and discover people making more Terminus road signs and an old woman reciting the radio announcement heard during the race. What do you say when you enter a mysterious base you've been traveling to for weeks? Rick stays with the base and delivers an anticlimactic 'Hullo'.
The people of Terminus are surprised but not afraid. A young man sighs and replies, "Well, I bet Albert is on guard outside." (Albert must be Carl of Terminus.) Annoyed but not hostile, the young man welcomes them to Terminus and offers his name, Gareth. Gareth echoes Mary's feelings about how it seems she's been on the road for quite some time. In fact, it follows the exact same process as Mary did in "Us". Gareth has Alex help him check them for weapons and escort them to the Welcome Wagon.
Alex explains that Terminus has been around since almost the beginning of the outbreak - people followed the tracks "almost instinctively" and found it. Do you know what other animals instinctively follow? Funnel-like trails leading to traps.
In the Welcome Wagon, now filled with a few, if few people, they meet Mary, who is grilling "meat". While Mary prepares them a plate of "food", Rick investigates the other residents of the Terminus. He sees a familiar orange backpack, riot gear and poncho. However, it's Alex's silver pocket watch that arouses his suspicions in DEFCON 1. It's identical to the Hershel watch he gave Glenn - certainly not this character Alex. Rick grabs Alex and the pocket watch and points his gun at Alex's temple. The others are alert and (fortunately) don't eat anything from Mary's grill.
NEXT: Terminus is like a mousetrap for cannibals
In the past, Beth takes care of Judith, Patrick plays with Lego (no one of any age should be ashamed to play with Lego), and Carl cleans his gun. I miss the crazy kid who kills Carl. Reminded me of a young Todd fromBreak bad- sociopathic but interesting. Rick enlists his son to accompany him to the growing fields - he doesn't need his gun there as "it just gets in the way".
In the present, Carl absolutely needs his gun. In a confrontation with the well-armed citizens of Terminus, Rick holds Alex hostage and demands to know how he got the watch. Alex, nervous, tells a nearby sniper to stop, saying he got it from a dead man. Gareth reappears with more plausible (false) explanations for possession of the equipment and poncho.
He asks Rick what he wants. But when he doesn't get a straight answer right away, Gareth signals to the sniper, who skillfully shoots Alex in the head. The remaining residents of Terminus scatter and hide as Rick, Michonne, Daryl and Carl try to escape. More snipers shoot at them and miss - on purpose. They argue with the group to take route 'A', as other residents of the terminal block take any other exit outside 'A'. Like an absurd game on his partmuizeval, route "A" includes a storage garage, a yard that has already seen intense gunfire (from a real fight or another corral?), a pile of human bones and torn plastic sheeting, cries for help from shipping containers, and a room full of candles, souvenirs, names written on the floor and the phrases "NEVER AGAIN", "NEVER TRUST" and "WE FIRST ALWAYS" painted on the walls. Their route eventually leads to another container/train car, labeled "A". Surrounded by armed citizens of Terminus, the group reluctantly retreats and lays down their weapons.
Gareth orders Rick, Daryl, Michonne and Carl - technically Ringleader, Archer, Samurai and Kid - to the apartment. Inside they are greeted by some familiar faces - they are Glenn, Maggie, Sasha and Bob along with Tara, Abraham, Rosita and Eugene. Most of the gang is back together!
Cornered and trapped, Rick is at his most optimistic. Flashback to the good times of starting the farmland in Prison, Rick focuses not on what he lost, but on what he got: his family. Excited, Rick claims, "They're going to feel really stupid when they find out." "Guess?" Abraham answers.
The leader replies, "They're calling the wrong people." Gareth and the people of Terminus better watch out.Wait for them to get a loadfrom Rick Grimes and his family - even cannibals can't beat/eat them all. Towards the end of Season 4, it starts off as Donkey Kong.
Hiker of the week:The walkers were not at the forefront of this season finale, which focused more on the horrors of humans than the horrors of zombies. Still, the horde of Walkers surrounding the hapless bespectacled man is both terrifying and frustrating. What makes such a situation even worse is the anger I would have at myself for letting it happen, in addition to the fear of certain death.
Questions to consider:
Now that we've met Terminus and Gareth, what's the story behind Terminus? How was it created and maintained? What are the rules of Terminus?
Who is Gareth? Why is a young man the leader? Who is Mary? Is she related to Gareth?
What's up with the creepy candle room with the names carved into the floor? Do the names mean missing members, meals, or both?
Rick may be ready to forget about the Rick-Roll Terminus, but how can he do that?
How will the new team work together? How do Rick, Daryl, Michonne and Carl deal with Abraham, Rosita and Eugene? Oh yes, and Tara.
Are Gareth and the Terminus gang responsible for Beth's kidnapping? Did they eat her? Was it part of a completely separate story that will be explored next season? Or is it not investigated at all? "Just left;"
Where are Carol, Tyreese and Judith? I still have a feeling that the smoke they saw was not coming from Daryl and Beth's cabin, but from Terminus itself. They may be up in flames by the time they get to Terminus. Or is this just wishful thinking?
What do you want to happen in season 5? Will the conflict at Terminus last all season? Does season 5 include a trip to Washington D.C.?
And how do you survive the wait? (For me,Game of ThronesCouldn't have started a better Sunday.)
Good luck this summerWalking deadHeads! May many marathons accompany you to the celebration of Season 5.
Summary of the episode
The living Dead
AMC's zombie thriller based on Robert Kirkman's classic comic book series.
During the climax of the episode, The Governor is about to kill Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) when The Governor is mortally wounded by Michonne (Danai Gurira) and later shot in the head by Lilly Chambler (Audrey Marie Anderson), who incidentally also kills him in the comics.What did Judith say to Daryl? ›
“You deserve a happy ending, too,” Judith says to her Uncle Daryl, in one of the episode's many poignant moments.What happened to Carl season 4 Ep 16? ›
One of the Claimers, Dan, drags Carl out of the car he was sleeping in and begins restraining him in order to rape him. Joe tells Rick that they'll kill Daryl, rape and kill Carl and Michonne, and then kill him.What was the virus in The Walking Dead season 4? ›
Related Articles. The Prison Flu is an unknown virus strain that spread in the prison during the fourth season of AMC's The Walking Dead.Who did Rick bite in the throat? ›
For this episode, Scott Wilson is readded to the opening credits after being removed after the ninth episode of the season. The episode marks the final appearance of recurring character Joe (played by Jeff Kober) as he was killed by Rick Grimes by biting out his jugular vein.Who was feeding the walkers rats? ›
Lizzie's psychotic behavior and Mika's innocence are addressed in the second half of the season, with the revelation that Lizzie was feeding rats to the walkers at the prison.What did Daryl call Judith as a baby? ›
A few days after she was born, Daryl and Maggie goes to get formula milk since baby Judith was weak and could not survive without it, Daryl nicknames her the "Little Asskicker". However, baby Judith was always in the care of Beth and Carol throughout the season.Why did Carol kiss Daryl? ›
The Forehead Kiss (Season 5, Episode 6 - "Them")
With the entire group suffering on the road, and reeling from the events in Atlanta, Carol consoled a grieving Daryl over the loss of Beth. The kiss, to Daryl's head, wasn't meant to be romantic but it was enough to fan the flames of "Caryl" shippers around the world.
Norman Reedus tells TVGuide.com that Daryl was also devastated to lose Beth, whom he had been searching for ever since she was kidnapped toward the end of Season 4. "Beth meant a lot to Daryl and I feel like she was, in his eyes, one of the only good people left in the world," Reedus says.Why was Carl so mad at the end of season 3? ›
The real reason, though, is that Carl is mad about not being allowed to fight the war with everyone else. Back at Woodbury, the Governor is rounding up his troops.
Death. While his mother Michonne was away on a supply run, Andre stayed at the camp with his father. The camp was overrun by walkers and his dad and Terry were too high on drugs to protect him resulting in Andre being devoured by walkers.Why was Carl mad at Rick in Season 4 episode 9? ›
Carl blames him for those who've died, those from whom they're separated. He's mad for Rick not killing the Governor, for spending all his time farming.Who is immune to The Walking Dead virus? ›
Fear the Walking Dead showrunner Andrew Chambliss explained Morgan was immune in The Walking Dead because of luck. Since his introduction in the first episode of The Walking Dead, Lennie James' Morgan has had quite the journey.Who is immune to the Walker virus? ›
Nobody In The Walking Dead Is Immune To The Virus
While, at times, Morgan is immune in The Walking Dead because he uses the scent of death to mask his identity, he is not actually immune to the zombie plague. No one is immune to it and no one will become immune to it.
The TL;DR of this theory, is that Rick is immune from the zombie virus. When he dies he is reanimated by the virus, but he is not zombified, allowing him to come back to life.What did the Dr whisper in Rick's ear? ›
Just before Rick leaves the CDC, Jenner whispers something in his ear: Everyone is infected. Whether you're bitten or scratched by a walker or not, you will become a zombie once you die. Rick doesn't reveal the news to the rest of the group until the Season 2 finale.Why was Rick smiling when he was surrounded? ›
So why was Rick smiling at the end of the episode? Rick was smiling because while the new group doesn't seem to be very open to strangers they have huge numbers of people. With weapons that they obviously know how to use. Even though the strangers currently have them surrounded Rick doesn't look worried.Why did Daryl choke hold Rick? ›
After telling Daryl that he had to leave his brother, Merle (Michael Rooker), hand cuffed to a roof Daryl attacks Rick with a knife. Rick knocks the knife out of Daryl's hand and Shane tackles Daryl and places him in a choke hold and Daryl protests "choke hold's illegal" and Shane replies "you can file a complaint."Who were the rats afraid of? ›
Rats are afraid of human activity, mostly because humans are so much larger than they are. Rats also fear predators such as hawks, eagles, and other birds of prey. Other animals that rats are afraid of include your cat as well as rat terriers and other dogs that hunt rodents. Rats fear becoming a meal for a snake.Why did michonne cry while holding Judith? ›
Michonne appeared to have an aversion to babies, as she vehemently refused to hold Rick's daughter Judith until Beth Greene forced her to, and, while looking at Judith, shed tears, before hugging Judith close. Michonne later establishes that this is a manifestation of the guilt she feels for losing her own son, Andre.
The ferals are a group of hostile survivors introduced in Season 11 of AMC's The Walking Dead. They consist of eight survivors turned cannibals. They served as the primary antagonistic group of the episode "On the Inside".Who does Daryl have a kid with? ›
October 7, 2020: Meghan Trainor and Daryl Sabara announce they are expecting their first child. During an appearance on the Today show, Trainor and Sabara announced that they were having a baby. She started by talking about Christmas, then revealed that there was other news she had to share.Who is the girl with Daryl? ›
The Walking Dead revealed the father of Rosita's baby in the latest episodes of the show. It was a mystery that didn't last for very long, even though she still seems to have three important men in her life. The father of the baby is Siddiq (Avi Nash), who has become an important character on the show.Did Daryl and Carol sleep together? ›
In the course of that single episode, the two go from a gunpoint standoff to actually sleeping together, and Daryl's first true relationship is suddenly here.Why did Dog go with Carol and not Daryl? ›
As McBride says, “Dogs are very instinctive like that,” and it seems that Dog senses something that told his doggy instincts that Daryl would be okay on his own and that Carol needed him more at that time – just like he kept leaving Leah for Daryl when Daryl was alone in the woods at his lowest point.What episode does Daryl and Beth kiss? ›
|Written by||Angela Kang|
|Featured music||"Up the Wolves" by The Mountain Goats|
|Original air date||March 2, 2014|
Crying, Daryl apologizes to Maggie for Glenn's death. Maggie resolutely maintains Daryl wasn't to blame, saying that Glenn knew Daryl was "good", and that nearly killing a Savior unnecessarily would only have detracted from the bigger goal — winning the war; they embrace. Eventually, the Saviors leave with Dr.Why was Daryl crying Season 5? ›
And Daryl is given permission from Carol to be sad, so he makes his way alone, as always, and cries over Beth's death as he enjoys what is no doubt the stalest cigarette, putting it out on the back of his hand for extra feelings.What's the age gap between Daryl and Beth? ›
There are those who believe the pair shouldn't or couldn't end up together because of their age difference (Daryl's age in-story isn't established but is assumed to be in his late '30s or early '40s, whereas Beth was 19 when she died and 18 when she started to bond with Daryl).
The one thing we haven't seen on the show yet, but that definitely happens in the comic books, is the moment when Carl finally loses his virginity. In case you haven't read the books, here's what you need to know: Two years after the "All Out War" storyline with Negan, Carl moves to the Hilltop community.What were Carl Grimes's last words? ›
Carl's final words to his sister are a tribute to the mother she never knew: "Before mom died, she told me I was going to beat this world. I didn't, but you will. I know you will," he tells her.Why was Carl written off the show? ›
Chandler Riggs (Carl Grimes)
Later speaking to The Hollywood Reporter about his departure, actor Chandler Riggs shut down rumours that he had left the show to focus on his education, explaining that the decision to leave was not his. "I'm taking a gap year right now to focus on acting for a while," he said.
This week we learned that during the six-year time jump Michonne gave birth to her child with Rick (named Rick Jr, or RJ). “When (showrunner) Angela (Kang) told me, firstly I was stunned,” Michonne actress Danai Gurira revealed during a Talking Dead segment (which you can see below).Is the baby Shane's or Rick's? ›
For the first time, Rick admitted he knew that Judith was, in fact, not his child, but was rather fathered by his former best friend and partner Shane (whom Rick then killed… before Carl killed zombie Shane).Who did Beth and Daryl find? ›
The footprints and blood Beth and Daryl find are created by members of this interesting group of survivors: Lizzie and her little sister, Mika; Tyreese, Sasha's brother; Judith, Rick's baby daughter; and Carol, whom Rick banished from the prison.What is Rick Grimes's weakness? ›
1 Hesitation Is A Weakness
After the showdown that led to the death of Abraham and Glenn, Rick was completely broken. Faced with the ultimatum of having to cut off Carl's arm, Rick was probably going to do it in order to save the lives of the rest of the members of his group.
After Carl Grimes somehow doesn't die, Rick gives him his beloved hat at Herschel's farm, telling him that they have a connection as gunshot survivors. It's a symbol that Carl's childhood is over and he must transform into a leader in his own right.Why was Negan sad about Carl? ›
He genuinely respected Carl to the point where he had plans to groom him to be a Savior. Despite threatening to kill him more than once, he became emotional when he heard that Carl had passed away. Later, after escaping Alexandria, he ran into a single mother and her young son.Why do Walkers ignore Michonne? ›
While fighting a walker, Michonne accidentally causes its guts to spill onto her, leading to other walkers subsequently ignoring her.
Gloria The first confirmed infected seen in the Walking Dead universe, and Nick's girlfriend.Who started the zombie virus in walking dead? ›
History. It is heavily implied the virus was created in France, originating from la Biomédicine DDMI by a group of scientists called the Primrose Team.Why did Morgan go crazy? ›
Morgan has become mentally unstable as Duane was killed by Morgan's undead wife, and refuses to rejoin Rick's group. In season 5, Morgan is shown to have recovered from his mental break and learns that Rick is in Virginia. He eventually reunites with his old friend.How long was Rick in a coma? ›
At the end of the first season, a flashback reveals that Shane (Jon Bernthal) left Rick behind as chaos erupted in the hospital. About a month later, Rick came out of his coma and found himself alone. Surviving that long without food and water is unlikely, especially in his state.Has anyone survived a walker bite? ›
Alejandro was supposedly the only character in the entire Walking Dead universe known to survive a walker bite without having his limbs amputated (and amputation would be impossible due to that he was bitten on the shoulder), but in "Wrath" it was confirmed that he lied about his bite wound and he was actually bitten ...Is everyone already infected in TWD? ›
TWD shocked both the characters and the viewers when it was found out that every person in the world was already infected and would turn once they died.How does Rick find out everyone is infected? ›
It is revealed in Season 2, Episode #13 " Beside the Dying Fire ". Jenner tells Rick that No matter how you die, you always come back as a walker - in other words, everyone is already infected.Is it ever explained how the virus started in walking dead? ›
After avoiding the issue for more than 10 years, The Walking Dead zombie virus origin has finally been explained. When writing his comic series, Robert Kirkman deliberately chose not to reveal the Twd zombie origins, and throughout the entire story, he never comes close to deciphering the truth.Who is the killer in season 4 of The Walking Dead? ›
Joe is the final antagonist of Season 4 in AMC's The Walking Dead. He served as the main antagonist of the second half of Season 4. He is a survivor of the zombie apocalypse and is the leader of a group known as the Claimers.Who kills Hershel? ›
It was a proud moment for Hershel, who gave his friend one beautiful final smile before the Governor cruelly used Michonne's sword to decapitate Hershel.
The Governor was arguably one of the baddest baddies of The Walking Dead, becoming the main antagonist of Season 3 and the majority of Season 4. But while he was an unforgettable villain, his kill count is surprisingly low.What happens in the final episodes of The Walking Dead? ›
In the episode, the group escapes the horde that has invaded the Commonwealth while trying to overthrow Governor Pamela Milton (Laila Robins), and assembling for one last stand to save the city and their future.Why did Carol leave in season 4? ›
The episode is seen as a transitional stage for the development of Carol, having become cold and making difficult decisions to survive, ultimately causing Rick to feel unsafe and thus, he exiles her.What did Lizzie do to Mica? ›
Near the end of The Walking Dead season 4, unstable child Lizzie murdered her sister Mika, leading to one of the saddest ending scenes ever. Near the end of The Walking Dead season 4, unstable child Lizzie murdered her sister Mika, leading to one of the saddest ending scenes ever.Who kills Merle? ›
At the meeting spot, Daryl arrives and clears out a few remaining walkers before coming across a reanimated Merle. Daryl cries at his loss, and as the walker approaches him, Daryl slams it to the ground and stabs Merle in the face several times.Is Hershel Maggie's baby? ›
Hershel Rhee is a survivor of the outbreak in AMC's The Walking Dead. He is the son of Maggie Rhee and the late Glenn Rhee.Is Hershel really missing a leg? ›
To create Hershel's "amputated" leg, the visual effects department has Scott Wilson wear a green sock. Wilson said acting like you don't have a leg gives you "muscles in places you didn't used to have.". The Tattoos on Daryl's back are indeed real.Who was the worst bad guy in The Walking Dead? ›
From the first minute he appeared on screens in Season 7, audiences knew that Negan would be the cruelest villain on The Walking Dead. Wielding Lucille, his trademark bat swanned in barbed wire, Negan violently murdered two beloved characters, Glenn and Abraham, breaking the hearts of long-time fans.Who is the zombie leader in The Walking Dead? ›
Alpha (real name in the TV series universe: Dee) is a fictional character in the comic book series The Walking Dead and the television series of the same name, where she was portrayed by Samantha Morton.Will there ever be a cure in The Walking Dead? ›
“When we get questions like these [about a cure], we like to not be as definitive as possible because we don't want to reveal anything,” Kirkman said. “But the answers are 'no' and 'no'. “On one, because it's been done on a lot of other zombie stories.
The series finale took a dramatic turn in its final few minutes, looking both ahead and back as viewers saw the return of Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes and Danai Gurira's Michonne — who will be returning for a 2023 spin-off series on AMC.Who survived The Walking Dead finale? ›
Judith and RJ Grimes
Judith and RJ are both survivors in this walking dead saga, even though we nearly lost the former to a gunshot wound.