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Newest The Walking Dead Star Fell Down Crying When She Won Princess Role

I can see that happening a lot next Sunday.

Lázaro's co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan, called the character's surprise appearance "one of the greatest character introductions I've ever seen on this show."

That’s sealed it then.

 

https://comicbook.com/thewalkingdead/2020/03/30/newest-the-walking-dead-paola-lazaro-cried-princess-role-jeffrey-dean-morgan-angela-kang-tease-juanita-sanchez/

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18 hours ago, mightysparrow said:

Is the Princess a character from the comics?

Yes.

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From TSDF Army:
S10.E15: The Tower
 

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1. Where did everyone from Alexandria go? How do they know the horde is coming?

They all packed up and went to an abandoned hospital, which, for some reason, they keep calling "the tower." I'm not sure why, but the two have to be the same place because the EMERGENCY sign is shown to be on the main building, where they are, but at the same time, inside the building, Negan makes a direct comment on "moving to an abandoned tower."

2. Is Negan now being accepted by the Alexandrians? Does someone vouch for him?

This isn't a specific topic. He's shown cooking, but he has no dialogue with anyone but Lydia.

3. Does Judith tell anyone about Michonne leaving to find Rick? What are their reactions?

I don't think she told anyone. She tells Daryl that she spoke to Michonne after the fire and that she said she has to go help some people she met because they need her. Judith says nothing further about this, so I got the impression that up until that point, she hadn't told Daryl about her convo with Michonne at all.

4. What’s Judith and Daryl doing out in the woods?

Judith tells him that she wants to learn what he does. Then, she gets upset over a Whisperer that Daryl abandons in a ditch. She tells Daryl she wants to be back home with her family. She's worried Michonne isn't coming back and she's worried Daryl would leave too. He tells her he can't promise otherwise because he can't lie to her, but that she has a whole lot of family back home. I think Daryl has some great lines in this scene.

5. What is Lydia doing in this episode? How does she react to Alpha’s death? Is Negan the one to tell her?

She's busy sulking at the hospital. We don't see her first reaction because she seems to already know. But she's upset at Negan for trying to dictate her how she should be feeling or reacting. After snapping at him, he holds her and comforts her.

6. What do Judith and Lydia talk about?

Judith tells her she's sorry about her mother's death, asks her if she misses her. Lydia tells her that not everyone gets to have a mom like Judith's.

7. Is Doggo still a good boy?

VERY! He gets so many pettings from Carol.

8. Do Carol and Daryl talk? What do they discuss?

They have no dialogue in this episode. Daryl is outside the whole time.

9. What happens with Aaron and Alden in the windmill?

They are spying on Beta and the horde, making sure they are still headed for Oceanside, as expected. They stay on their tail to make sure they are on track, but when Beta and the horde change course, Aaron and Alden are apparently captured by the Whisperers.

10. Does anyone die? How?

Daryl kills a Whisperer who has left the group on her own because she thinks Beta has "lost it" after what happened to Alpha. She begs Daryl to let her turn, but Daryl kills her because she has no useful information to give them.

11. What is Beta’s plan? Does he make it to Oceanside?

We don't know. He seems to hear walkers talking to him in his head. He doesn't make it to Oceanside because he decides that they are not foolish and that they are expecting them, so they end up changing course for the hospital.

12. Do we learn anything about Connie’s fate?

No.

13. Is Daryl aware that Magna made it out of the cave?

This is not shown but I think he must be because Magna is at the hospital too. I assume Daryl also got there with everyone and then left by himself to walk the perimeter.

14. Is there a plan in place on how to deal with Beta and the horde?

Yes, but we never find out what it is because apparently the plan needs the horde to be at Oceanside, but Beta changes direction and that's that.

15. What’s up with Princess in this episode? Do Eugene, Yumiko, and Ezekiel let her join them?

Princess decides to take a detour and gets the gang in a mine field because she was having too much fun and didn't want it to end. Obviously, it backfires. She also promises them transportation, "wheels" which turn out to be bicycles. She gets on Yumiko's last nerve and has an arrow pointed at her face, so she tells them that she was just too scared they'd leave again. Eugene sympathizes with her and in the end, it's Yumiko who asks her to join them.

16. What happens during their journey?

We leave things off with them once they ask Princess to join them. We don't see the rest of the journey.

17. Do they finally meet Stephanie? If so, what is she like?

No.

18. Anything else interesting?

- Carol and Kelly go outside to get some wiring from a car for Luke who is busy building something because "everyone is counting on him." Once outside on the road and inside the car, Carol apologizes to Kelly. Kelly says she believes Connie is alive and that she understands why Carol did all of it.

- There's a cat in this episode and I think we're led to believe that the poor thing is the reason why Beta realizes that everyone is at the hospital. He sees the cat running in the forest and starts going off about "faith" and "reward." I think they follow the cat to the hospital.

 

And that's it, folks, since we currently don't have a season finale scheduled because of coronavirus production delays.

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1 hour ago, nodorothyparker said:

She tells Daryl that she spoke to Michonne after the fire and that she said she has to go help some people she met because they need her.

These anonymous strangers need her more than do her friends and her own children. How altruistic. There is danger all around. Both kids could have died in that fire, or been eaten by zombies or killed by the skinfaces, etc., but oh, well. They'll be fine.

Show? Seriously? You really don't need to decimate characters to this degree just because they're leaving the show. Honestly, you don't.

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On 4/2/2020 at 4:50 PM, nodorothyparker said:

Princess decides to take a detour and gets the gang in a mine field because she was having too much fun and didn't want it to end.

Well of course she did 🙄

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Can you believe it was four years ago today, April 3rd, that Negan made his first appearance on the show 😱

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A graph created by Bo McCready shows Season 7 episode 6, "Swear," is the lowest-rated episode from all ten seasons of The Walking Dead. On IMDb, "Swear" has a 5.6 rating determined by 11,558 user votes.

Swear" finds Tara (Alanna Masterson) and Heath (Corey Hawkins) at the end of a two-week scouting mission in search of supplies. When Tara is separated from Heath by walkers, she meets Cyndie (Sydney Park), Rachel (Mimi Kirkland) and Natania (Deborah May) of the secluded Oceanside, an all-female community situated near a beach. Tara promises to keep the existence of the community secret despite needing weapons to combat the Saviors, who Tara learns killed girlfriend Denise (Merritt Weaver) and friends Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) and Glenn (Steven Yeun) when she returns home to Alexandria.

Besides the introduction of Oceanside, who would later prove themselves to be allies to Rick Grimes' (Andrew Lincoln) band of survivors, "Swear" is notable for making the current last appearance of Heath, who disappears almost without a trace: at the close of the episode, Tara discovers Heath's broken glasses, their RV missing, and a mysterious card reading "PPP."

I seem to remember that being a very ‘Oh Please’ episode, showing contrived danger at its very worst. It was popular amongst the boys on the old forum because Tara did a lot of running and jumping over cars 😋

 

https://comicbook.com/thewalkingdead/2020/04/03/the-walking-dead-worst-episode-ever-data-swear-tara-heath/

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My posts are moving around 😧

“Oh. Never heard of him. Redshirt?”

Daniel’ was the first person from Kingdom we saw and one of the two guys who took Carol to Kingdom after she was shot twice by ‘Roman’, one of the Saviours. Who followed her after she shot his guys in the pickup, when she had the machine gun sewn in her sleeve. Daniel died when he threw himself on Ezekiel to save him from the .50 Cal ambush. Some of that must ring a bell  🤔

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This show is so like snakes and ladders, I was on a good run of ladders and although I haven’t seen the show yet, this clip is definitely hissing 🐍

The luck of the horses continues I’m afraid  😥

 

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A very dull episode, definitely the wrong one for an enforced finale 😣

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I thought the episode was "eh," and I was right in how annoying the Princess is. I'm pretty disappointed we're not getting an episode next week. 

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47 minutes ago, Superclam said:

I'm pretty disappointed we're not getting an episode next week.

Your disappointed, 7 days away from seeing Maggie again and then this 😭

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On 3/31/2020 at 1:55 AM, OoohMaggie said:

Lázaro's co-star Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan, called the character's surprise appearance "one of the greatest character introductions I've ever seen on this show."

Although I've never watched any of that utter crap she reminds of "Housewives of Lon-guyland" or some shit like that. Yes, Jeffrey, we know you're getting paid a truckload of money so of course you would say that.

On 3/30/2020 at 1:45 PM, nodorothyparker said:

That's the rumor.

I read that as in a line from one of my all-time favorite movies:❤️

 

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On 3/30/2020 at 1:55 AM, OoohMaggie said:

 

Swear to god - Haven’t watched the vid clip, but the first thing that went through my mind the moment I saw this was: “I’m Batman.”

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18 hours ago, OoohMaggie said:

 

Woohoooo 🤗


 

 

"Father Gabriel is Scared" - is this supposed to be some revolutionary, startling thing? Now if it said, "Daryl Is Scared" it might have caught my attention.

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I have to admit to a mighty hee hee seeing our guys on bikes. Very Goonie-ish.

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The Walking Dead producer gives story hints about 'jaw-dropping' season 10 finale
BY JESS LEE   June 5, 2020
https://www.digitalspy.com/tv/ustv/a32777015/walking-dead-spoilers-season-10-finale/ 

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The Walking Dead producer and director Greg Nicotero has given fresh hints about the delayed season 10 finale.

Work on the episode, titled 'A Certain Doom', had to be suspended in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. But speaking to Fandom, Nicotero confirmed that viewers can expect to see moments for the likes of Daryl, Carol, and Negan and added that "people's jaws are going to drop" by the final scenes.

"It's one of my favourite episodes of the season," he said.
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"Where we left everyone, Beta and the horde were surrounding the tower. And the finale picks up right where we left off – our group is now having to deal with this giant massive [horde of] thousands of zombies surrounding where they're safe.

"There are a lot of character storylines that are [wrapped up]. You get little bits of information here, here, and here. You want [to] end that chapter and start the next chapter in the finale.

"We address lots of stuff with Daryl, we address lots of stuff with Negan, we address lots of stuff with Beta, we address lots of stuff with Carol.
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"It's already been revealed that Maggie's return is in the finale, and it tees us up very well for season 11 that it's a little agonising for me to not be able to talk about – because the last two minutes of the finale are going to just... people's jaws are going to drop."

Executive producer Denise Huth previously suggested that "maybe not everyone is going to get out alive".

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2 hours ago, tv echo said:

"It's already been revealed that Maggie's return is in the finale, and it tees us up very well for season 11 that it's a little agonising for me to not be able to talk about – because the last two minutes of the finale are going to just... people's jaws are going to drop."

The beautiful one’s return is the only thing I can guarantee that will put a big cheesy grin on my face. With regards to the other “jaw dropping moments”, if we hadn’t been promised the same so many times before, yet felt let down in equal measure, maybe I could get excited about the promises. I’ll just consider myself extremely fortunate, fortunate in that I can look forward to one guaranteed high point in the finale, lucky old me 🍀

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