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ALEXANDRIA, March 15, 2015 – Our survivors are settling into their “Alexandria Safe Zone” lives; however, as Carol (Melissa McBride) showed us last week, Alexandria may not be so safe with the survivors inside its steel walls.
It is time for a character we know and love to die on. BD Comito guarantees that Jessie’s husband Peter is guaranteed to go; he also predicts Noah (Tyler James Williams) will die as the actor, like Chad Coleman, has been cast as a recurring character on CSI Miami.
HollywoodTake.com, however, predicts that it will be Noah and Aiden (Daniel Bonjour). This sets Glenn (Steven Yeun) up for being the “supply run leader” along with Daryl (Norman Reedus), who has become BFF’s with Aron (Ross Marquand) and his boyfriend Eric (Joran Woods-Robinson) after communing over spaghetti dinner.
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If Rick (Andrew Grimes) is to take over leadership at Alexandria, it will take a drastic move, such as his killing Peter, who in the comic books is a wife- and child-abuser.
Does not seem a stretch, particularly after the conflict between the two was cemented not only during Rick’s nighttime stroll encounter with Pete, but also Rick’s shy advance on Jessie (Alexandra Breckenridge) at the cocktail party.
You know something is going to happen there. And it’s going to be class A Rick!
Back to Carol and the stash of guns. We know Carol is acting the spy for the survivors; and with the same cold “it’s gotta be done” way that allowed Carol to kill Karen and the Lizzie, she lets Deanna’s son Sam (Major Dodson) know the monsters outside the walls were nothing compared to the monsters let in.
The Cocktail Party last week was just one layer of normal too much for Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green), who loses it when asked what her favorite meal might be by an Alexandria resident, screaming, “This is what you worry about?”
In the constant flow of conversation that Walking Dead fans share on chats like Communities Digital News, article comments, fan forums and yes, even in the real world, I have been testing Soul Train’s (a frequent guest to the CDN chats) theory that the rovers killing those in and around Alexandria, such as Noah’s family and friends and Wiltshire, are actually part of the Alexandria Safe Zone crew.
The response has been, overwhelmingly, yes, that makes sense.
We shall see.
Here is tonight’s sneak peek of Episode 514 – Spend – that has the synopsis “While trying to secure a new home, Rick and his group face challenges and question the utopia they find themselves in.”
Which has Eugene (Josh McDermitt) taking a lot of credit for the group’s present “Nirvana-like” situation, much to Tara’s (Alana Masterson) disbelief.
And our promo featuring the return of Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) and his prediction that “Satan disguises himself as the Angel of Light, a false light that destroys everything…”
Which may be foretelling that Soul Train is correct as we figure out just who the false light is.
Join us tonight at 8 p.m. for the third to last show of Season 5, Spend, as we start chatting during the repeat of episode 513, Forget. And while you are waiting below the chat window is the “Inside The Walking Dead Documentary” – just a bit of fun while we are waiting.Click here for reuse options!
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