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Antikörper als Polizist Schmitz Originaltitel: Antikörper. Da der Film Kultstatus erreicht hat, wird ein zweiter Teil gedreht - mit der selben Besetzung in den Hauptrollen - allerdings zehn Jahre später. Alle Themen von A bis Z.

Glenn Rhee. Alanna Masterson. Tara Chambler. Sonequa Martin-Green. Christian Serratos. Rosita Espinosa. Josh McDermitt. Eugene Porter.

Seth Gilliam. Father Gabriel Stokes. Emily Kinney. Beth Greene. Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Ross Marquand. Scott Wilson.

Hershel Greene. Chad L. Lennie James. Morgan Jones. Tom Payne. Paul "Jesus" Rovia. Michael Cudlitz. Abraham Ford. David Morrissey. Der Governor.

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. Bob Stookey. Sarah Wayne Callies. Lori Grimes. Laurie Holden. Andrea Harrison. Katelyn Nacon. Austin Nichols. Spencer Monroe.

IronE Singleton. Theodore 'T-Dog' Douglas. Jon Bernthal. Shane Walsh. Jeffrey DeMunn. Dale Horvath. Samantha Morton. Alexandra Breckenridge.

Jessie Anderson. Andrew J. Michael Rooker. Merle Dixon. Tovah Feldshuh. Deanna Monroe. Pollyanna McIntosh.

Callan McAuliffe. Avi Nash. Eleanor Matsuura. Jane McNeill. Jose Pablo Cantillo. James Allen McCune. Lauren Ridloff. Matthew Lintz. Henry Teenager.

Nadia Hilker. Dallas Roberts. Lew Temple. Angel Theory. Brighton Sharbino. Cassady McClincy. Madison Lintz. Sophia Peletier.

Cailey Fleming. Judith Grimes. Dan Fogler. Elyse Nicole DuFour. Jason Douglas. Merritt Wever. Denise Cloyd. Vincent M. Brett Butler.

Chloe Aktas. Daniel Thomas May. Emma Bell. Jeryl Prescott. Melissa Ponzio. Travis Love. Tyler Chase. Andrew Rothenberg.

Corey Hawkins. Kelley Mack. Khary Payton. Kyla Kenedy. Adam Minarovich. Ed Peletier. When Rick returns home, Carol tells him she believes that Pete is abusing Jessie and maybe Sam, and that the only way to stop it is to kill Pete.

In the season finale " Conquer ", Carol pays a visit to Pete with a tuna pasta bake and asks him to check on Tara, who is still wounded. When he refuses, Carol pulls a knife on him and threatens him, saying that she can get away with claiming self-defense.

Later at the town meeting, Carol is one of the people who speaks in Rick's defense. She witnesses Rick directly address the Alexandrians when he shows up with a dead walker that he had killed inside the walls earlier that night, and how they need to change or they will die.

That this point be demonstrated and their agenda advanced, Carol discreetly tells Rick not to intervene when a drunken Pete shows up with Michonne's katana, resulting in a fatal attack on Reg.

In the episode " JSS ", Carol is forced to drop her act as a meek housewife to defend the Alexandrians against the Wolves. She disguises herself as one of them, successfully killing many of them, but comes into conflict with Morgan's pacifist ideology.

Later, Carol becomes suspicious of Morgan and follows him into the townhouse, leaving Judith at Jessie's house, and confronts him about who he is hiding inside it.

In the mid-season finale " Start to Finish ", Carol fakes her injury during the herd and goes to kill the Wolf locked up with Denise.

Morgan intervenes and he bodyslams her, knocking her out. The Wolf, however, escapes. In the mid-season premiere, " No Way Out ", Carol shoots the Wolf with Denise, but is shocked when she hears the Wolf, even as he is swarmed and eaten by walkers, echoing her calls for Denise to go and save herself.

They fight off the remaining herd. In " Not Tomorrow Yet ", Carol counts up her total killings, over 18 people, and it heavily weighs in on her.

Carol later kisses Tobin, but their connection is merely Carol's attempt at a normal life. Later, she follows Rick's mission to infiltrate the Saviors' outpost, but is concerned for a pregnant Maggie, who wants to go in and fight after the alarms go off, but they are soon captured by Saviors on the outside.

Carol retreats back to her meek facade to trick her captors, and is able to free herself and Maggie, who convinces Carol that instead of escaping they have to finish their captors.

Though Carol has no hesitation killing to defend Maggie, she begs Paula — a formerly submissive woman who became an unrepentant killer after losing her family — to run, but is forced to impale her on a walker trap where she is killed.

Carol then traps the reinforcements Paula had requested in a burning room. Daryl and the others arrive, having tracked them, and Carol has an emotional breakdown, embracing Daryl and admitting that she's not okay.

In " Twice as Far ", Carol is shown praying and smoking and attempting a relationship with Tobin, but it is useless.

She has no feelings for him and sneaks out of Alexandria at night leaving Tobin a note explaining that she has to be alone, that she can no longer kill and she can't bear to love someone if she can't protect them.

She is later found by a Savior who shoots her, and she begs him to kill her, but Morgan intervenes and kills the Savior, and they are escorted away by another soldier from a different community.

She meets the leader of the community, King Ezekiel , a man who proclaims himself a true king whilst keeping a pet Bengal tiger named Shiva. Carol feigns amazement and surprise at her circumstances, but later admits that she thinks Ezekiel is crazy and plans to leave.

She adapts to her mild-mannered innocent act, which Ezekiel catches onto, saying he is playing the same role himself as king, as he is actually a former zookeeper who saved and tamed Shiva.

Morgan escorts Carol to an abandoned house outside the Kingdom where the two part amicably. In " Rock in the Road ", Carol bumps into Kingdom survivor Ben in the woods and gives him advice on how to sneak better.

In " "New Best Friends" , she is found by Daryl, who had been staying at the Kingdom, and the two spend the evening catching up. When Daryl asks Carol why she left, she responds by saying that if she stayed and the Saviors hurt more people, she would have killed them and she didn't want that.

When Carol asks about everyone back home, Daryl tells her that everyone is fine before giving a heartfelt goodbye. He claims that they were seeking to build a relationship with the Kingdom.

When she doubts his sincerity, he tells her she'll have to talk to Daryl even offering to take her to Alexandria. She is let met by Morgan, Ezekiel and others who bring a wounded Benjamin to her cabin.

They attempt to treat him, but Benjamin dies and Morgan storms out, despite Carol's attempts to call him back. Morgan later reappears, revealing Richard caused Benjamin's death so he killed him.

He also reveals to Carol that Negan killed Glenn, Abraham and several others and Rick was seeking the Kingdom's aid to fight.

He claims he's going to kill them all, but Carol stops him. She then goes to Ezekiel, apologizing for his loss before claiming that it's time to fight.

He agrees. She also helps the newly formed group ward off a walker attack. In " The Damned ", she and Ezekiel command their forces to a Savior pharmacy lab and overtake it, even though it alerts the Saviors to the presence.

In " Monsters ", they lead their forces against a nearby Savior outpost. They are victorious with no apparent losses, but as they revel in their win, some hiding Saviors open fire on them with heavy machine guns, killing dozens of people.

In " Some Guy ", Carol retaliates by killing a group of Saviors who are moving the guns, and then helps a wounded Ezekiel escape.

When a traumatized Ezekiel cannot bring himself to lead the Kingdom, Carol effectively takes over. In " Honor ", Carol leads the Kingdom to temporary safety, and tries to prevent Benjamin's younger brother Henry , who wants revenge against the Saviors, from going out to battle.

She is unsuccessful, however; Henry kills a Savior in cold blood, and both Carol and Ezekiel are troubled by his apparent lack of remorse.

In " Still Gotta Mean Something ", she goes out to look for Henry when he runs away to fight the Saviors, and refuses to give up even when it appears he has been killed.

She ultimately finds him, alive, and saves him from a horde of walkers. In " Wrath ", the season finale, she saves Henry once again when a crazed Morgan attacks him.

After Rick defeats and imprisons Negan, ending the war, Carol joins the rest of the survivors in celebrating a new era of peace. Carol continues to reside in the Kingdom and is in a relationship with Ezekiel.

After he proposes, Carol decides to take time away from the Kingdom as the new leader of the Sanctuary. She eventually accepts Ezekiel's proposal, but comes into conflict with the rogue Savior Jed who briefly takes Carol hostage in an attempt to get guns.

As the situation devolves, Carol decides to return to the Kingdom in " The Obliged " and leave the Saviors to their own devices.

Jed leads an attack on the camp, resulting in the deaths of several people and the drawing of a massive herd in their direction. As seen in " What Come After ," Carol survives the attack and is devastated by Rick's apparent death.

Six years later, in " Who Are You Now? With the Kingdom beginning to fall apart, Carol convinces Ezekiel to allow Henry to travel to the Hilltop to be apprenticed as a blacksmith.

On the road, Carol and Henry are attacked by a group of former Saviors turned marauders led by Jed and Regina. The group humiliates Carol, who refuses to fight back, and steals her wedding ring.

Later that night, Carol tracks down the sleeping Saviors' camp and pours gasoline on it. After a final conversation with Jed, Carol ignites the gasoline, killing Jed, Regina and all of the remaining Saviors.

She then seeks out Daryl in " Stradivarius " to ask him to watch over Henry at the Hilltop for her. Carol doesn't let on that she witnessed Henry and Daryl fight off walkers and Henry is able to convince Daryl, who he states Carol considers her best friend, to accompany them.

After Eugene goes missing, Carol refuses to let Henry join the search party. In " Evolution ," Carol, along with Tara, is rather cold towards Michonne when she first arrives.

Carol later tries to convince Michonne to have Alexandria join a fair Ezekiel is holding, a morale boost that is needed due to the state of the Kingdom, but Michonne refuses.

Carol then departs for the Kingdom with Dianne and supplies that Henry convinced Earl Sutton to send with her as an advance on his pay.

Henry later tells Earl that he saw Carol cry for the first time in his life that day, and seeing her break down in such a way ultimately led to him making his own mistakes.

A horrified, grief-stricken Carol discovers Henry's severed, reanimated head displayed on a pike, along with those of the other victims.

In the season finale, " The Storm ", however, she stops a guilt-ridden Lydia from committing suicide and tells her that Henry's death was not her fault.

She then decides that it is best if she and Ezekiel split up after the death of their adopted son, and they go on their own separate ways.

Melissa McBride [1]. In the television series, Carol Peletier has been described as taking on a "hero's journey. The apocalypse didn't make her strong.

The apocalypse made her show herself that she's strong. She becomes the one who's doing things. There was dialogue to that. Now, realizing the cost of that, she's still willing to pay the price and she's rewarded by gaining those skills and that strength to save the people she loves.

Created by Robert Kirkman , the writer and creator of The Walking Dead comic book series and franchise, Carol first appeared in the third issue of the comic book series, in December Despite initially appearing to have similar personality qualities such as being dependent and dominated by others, as well as coming from a background of domestic abuse, Carol in the television series is shown to be more stern and pragmatic, making questionable and difficult decisions other characters could not deal with.

Robert Kirkman felt that having Carol outlive her daughter would add more dimension to the show, as well as add more flexibility to its storyline progression.

Having Carol [ The Carol in the TV show is a wholly original creation that we'll continue to explore on the show to great effect.

Everyone in the writers' room loves that character, and we're thrilled with what Melissa has brought to the table.

She has definitely become a character that is one to watch, and there's some really exciting stuff ahead for her. No, I don't think there was really any other option.

There's a lot of nature versus nurture going on in this episode to look at. As much as it broke Carol's heart to have to do this and to realize this had to be done.

They were walking toward the flowers in that scene and Lizzie says, "You're mad at me and I'm sorry.

It's not a world that's safe for anyone. The ability to fight isn't a one-size fits all; everybody is different.

Thematically, there's a lot said about change. Something I got out of this episode for Carol, too, is that you have to change.

The world will change you — you have to adapt or die. It's about hanging on to that part of yourself: You can change but don't lose yourself.

That's what was happening to Carol — her mindset — she was so hell-bent on protecting these children that she lost a bit of something, and that was her nurturing aspect.

She was missing a lot of stuff because her eyes were so set on survival. Season 8 sees Carol becoming becoming the "warrior" of her group in order to defend them against Negan and the Saviors, who have declared war on everyone and everything Rick Grimes holds dear.

Showrunner Scott Gimple said of Carol's character arc in this season: "Her entire storyline has prepared her for this she's ready. The strength and bravery that she shows as a person this season, and the ingenuity that she employs Carol is portrayed by Melissa McBride , who was announced as part of the ensemble cast of the show in late She then asserted that she was glad they did not.

She was then upgraded to a series regular position starting with the second season [30] and became a part of the main cast in season 4, taking on a more prominent role in later seasons.

Andrew Lincoln , who plays Rick Grimes , said of Carol's development: "Melissa McBride Carol said maybe five sentences in the first season and now look at what she's done.

It's wonderful when you see talent, pure talent, being recognized in this way, and even more thrilling when critically it's recognized as well.

The fans knew it quite some time ago, I think, but it's wonderful that she had the opportunity and had that incredible episode to show what she is more than capable of doing.

She's a rare talent. McBride felt that this was her "audition" for The Walking Dead. Originally, Carol was supposed to be killed in the episode " Killer Within ", but the producers eventually decided against it.

I said, 'It's really a shame, because there's a lot to her. He was interested in knowing what I thought. I went into saying, 'Carol is probably this woman that's got the Avon starter kits and Tupperware starter kits in that back bedroom.

She took that course with Tony Robbins. She knows she's capable of so much more, but she's just in that cycle. So, it's a shame, but you've got to do what you've got to do.

I understand'. And we were just embracing the mournful aspect of that last scene where Rick breaks down and we did not want to undercut it with the positive of 'oh, here is Carol'.

McBride has received critical acclaim for her performance as Carol and won positive reviews from critics from the third season onwards. In , McBride was a promising contender for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series , [41] [42] [43] [44] though she did not receive a nomination.

Say what you will about The Walking Dead's slapdash approach to character development, but McBride's ferocious, frequently Emmy-nomination-worthy performance has made sense of a woman whom the show seemed to actively be avoiding understanding for a good long while.

It began in the first half of season two, when Carol's daughter, Sophia, disappeared and was eventually revealed to have become a zombie. In the wake of that loss, Carol began to harden herself, and McBride started giving a flinty, unapproachable performance that gained strength from moments when the old, vulnerable Carol peeked through.

She discerns that her friends are in danger thanks to some gunshots and quickly reads the situation in a remote cabin. She decides to turn a herd of zombies toward Terminus, then blows up a propane tank with a couple of well-placed shots and some fireworks.

She is completely and totally dominant — not just over her enemies and the undead monsters who surround her but over every other character as well.

It's impossible to watch her and not think, "Hey, let's have some more of that. IndieWire singled out McBride's performance in the entire explosive premiere, saying, "But the stand-out was McBride, whose Carol became the most interesting character on the show, simply because she was willing and able to do things other characters wouldn't.

Rosita eventually begins to open up to Sasha and admits that she wasn't angry at her so much as being angry at the situation.

When they miss their window to take a shot at Negan, they wait until nightfall before breaching the fences. Sasha goes through first, but then seals the fence.

Rosita is shocked by this, but Sasha insists their friends need her before charging into the Sanctuary, cutting down several Saviors in her path. In the episode " Something They Need ", Sasha is shown to have been captured and locked in a cell where she is visited by a Savior named David.

He attempts to rape Sasha, but Negan intercedes, killing David. He apologizes to her, cutting her ties, and states that he is impressed with her willingness to die in the name of a mission.

He leaves her a knife and states she has a choice: kill herself or kill David when he reanimates and show she is willing to join his side.

She is later visited by Eugene who implore her to join Negan, but she tells him to leave. She eventually decides to kill David, impressing Negan who reveals he has a spy watching Rick and knows they are conspiring against him.

When Sasha sees Negan will use her to hurt her friends, she begs Eugene for a way to kill herself though her intent is still to kill Negan.

Unfortunately this course of action is foiled when Eugene gives her a poison capsule in place of a weapon.

In the season finale " The First Day of the Rest of Your Life ", it is revealed that while Negan intended on using her as a bargaining chip at Alexandria, Sasha chooses to take the poison capsule in order to foil Negan's plans.

When Negan prepares to reveal her to Rick as a hostage, alive and well, she bursts forth as a walker and tried to attack him, killing another Savior in the process.

Later in the episode, Jesus and Maggie find her, and Jesus holds down the zombified Sasha for Maggie to finish her with a knife.

Sasha, as a walker, briefly appears in Eugene's flashback in " Time for After ". In the episode " What Comes After ", in a vision, Rick walks onto a field filled with the bodies of all his friends, where he speaks to Sasha, who reminds him that all that he has done has been for the good of all.

Sasha tells him that he will find his family, as they are not lost. In , Sonequa Martin-Green auditioned for the role of Michonne , albeit with a pseudonym due to the secrecy of the auditioning process.

When Danai Gurira was cast, in what Martin-Green said was "the perfect choice", former showrunner Glen Mazzara still wanted Martin-Green to be a part of the show and decided to create a role specifically for her.

It's very rare and I'm still quite dumbfounded about it but Glen and I hit it off and I still appreciate him. He wanted to work with me and wrote Sasha for me.

Knowing they diverged from the television storylines, she chose not to continue reading the comic book series to avoid being aware of future storylines that may occur on the television series.

They've always seen life in a different way. But that distance between them is definitely growing because they've both gone through some pretty traumatic things that have pushed them further to what they were already feeling.

Sasha is a fiery yet compassionate young woman. Being tough and talented with firearms, she acts as the primary sharpshooter of Rick's band of survivors.

She commands authority, as seen in the season four premiere , where she directs orders and gives permission for Bob Stookey to contribute and accompany her group on a supply run, which she co-leads.

During the downfall of the Prison, Sasha insists on Bob and Maggie, her fellow escaping survivors, to follow her lead and find a place to live for themselves.

She is the only survivor to reject the notion of a sanctuary where the survivors head to, considering it to be false hope, which is later revealed to be true.

Sasha appears to be a realist. She felt that "the romance helped because suddenly there is hope, there is a promise of something delightful to look forward to.

He gave her something to look forward to. He also showed her that there's more to life than just "survival. Martin-Green felt that this turned Sasha back to where she had been before forming a bond with Bob, but even less trusting.

She was originally a recurring character, but was upgraded to the main cast of season four. She is credited as also starring until the end of season five.

Beginning with season six , Martin-Green's name appeared in the opening credits. In the sixth season, Sasha pursues a relationship with Abraham.

On Talking Dead , Sonequa Martin-Green admitted to being "a bit surprised" but "really liked the storyline". She felt that Sasha and Abraham had "parallel experiences and similar struggles" as well as having a "solder's mindset" and having a "PTSD link" through their losses.

Martin-Green also said that Sasha is helping Abraham in the same way Bob helped her, honoring his memory.

After this, Abraham and Sasha pursue a relationship. However, this is cut short by the death of Abraham by Negan Jeffrey Dean Morgan in the seventh-season premiere.

Due to the fact that they had to hide the death from Abraham's perspective in the sixth-season finale , Greg Nicotero had to work around a way for Abraham to say farewell to Sasha in the following episode.

Michael suggested a peace sign, which is used between Abraham and Sasha several times in the sixth season. Cudlitz described it further and said: "For those paying attention, the peace sign is something that was between me and Sasha throughout the series.

It was an unspoken, very loaded peace sign. We had to find a way for Abraham to connect with Sasha for him to say good-bye specifically to Sasha.

We had already established in the finale of last year that eye contact was not broken. He got knocked down, he came back up. We could add dialogue, but there was no way for him to turn away or nod nothing to Sonequa.

Going back into it, we had to figure out a way to tell Sonequa, tell Sasha, that everything would be okay and to say good-bye. That was what we came up with.

Like getting Maggie to the Hilltop when she and her baby were not well — and we lost family on that mission but we were all ready to sacrifice ourselves to carry on those legacies.

Sasha feels like she's carrying out Abraham's legacy. It's really moving. She noted that Sasha was "very selfish when she first came into the zombie apocalypse and was more focused on the self-preservation of it all.

She had a lot of defense mechanisms in place and was only concerned about survival and didn't care about connecting with anyone. She put a wall up and that was how she made it through.

Then when she lost Bob and Tyreese, that wall broke down completely and she spiraled all the way down and had to come back up and realize that she was scared but was strong enough to take the risk to connect with people.

So after losing Abraham, it's just confirmation that her purpose is not a selfish one. Now she's expanded her understanding of life and those around her.

Sasha now sees that her purpose is greater than herself and that perhaps she's not the one to have a relationship. She sees that her service to this world is going to be different than what she originally thought, and she's willing to make that sacrifice.

Sasha is killed off in the seventh season finale. On Talking Dead , Scott M. Gimple explained that he did not want Sasha to be a victim in her demise.

He elaborated, "She had wanted a weapon from Eugene. She wanted a knife. She didn't get one, so she became the knife. She said: "It was quite poetic [ I felt like all of my roads had led to that moment of getting to that place of complete selflessness.

Also, it was beautiful because the way I saw it, that warrior spirit lives on. That even in death, I was still going to fight, because I had realized my purpose.

It had been revealed to me. Everything before that had been self-preservation, self-defense mechanisms, basically self-obsession.

And over the course of my life as Sasha, it was progressing beyond that to the point that I said, 'O. However, she dismissed these claims and said: " It was the path.

It was definitely in place. And then as we were going into the very end of the season, the very end of our shoot for the season that's when the opportunity for Star Trek came.

It was after Walking Dead was already ending that the opportunity for Star Trek came. She said: "I didn't know it would be the suicide pill and the Negan of it all.

What Scott did tell me is that it would be heroic and sacrificial and that it would be perfect end to the story. He'd thought about it for a long time and had a vision of it for a very long time.

The character was well received. Writing for The A. Club , Zack Handlen felt that it made sense for Sasha and Tyreese to start questioning The Governor's motivations in the episode " Prey " because "they're still good people at heart, far more in tune with what Rick and his group are aiming for than the Governor's burgeoning fascism".

Martin-Green received much praise for her performance in the fifth season, particularly the second half. He said: "A few days ago, she was eating beans out of a can; now she's at a dinner party with people eating potato puffs off little plastic swords and drinking beer like there's nothing happening just beyond those corrugated steel walls.

But there is. Sasha knows this, and Sonequa Martin-Green plays this perfectly. He said: "As a character that has encountered repeated losses in recent episodes, Sasha's downward spiral is wholly authentic, driven by Sonequa Martin-Green's powerful performance.

In the sixth season, John Saavedra for Den of Geek was complimentary of Sasha's growth but critical of her lack of screentime and interactions with Abraham.

Writing for the episode " Always Accountable ", he said that, "I've enjoyed watching Sasha regain her faith throughout the season.

She's come a long way from lying on top of a bunch of corpses in a mass grave to talking Abraham out of an early one", though felt "the issue with her story is that she's rarely on the forefront of anything and is given the same "do I want to live or die?

And making Sasha, who is a bit more complex and deserves more screen time than she usually gets, the focus of his affections isn't a solution.

She noted the "mixed-metaphor, idiom-heavy speeches" in the "zombie apocalypse" and said "I'm generally not fan of the writing the show does in these one-on-ones, but Sonequa Martin-Green and Michael Cudlitz are strong enough performers to sell subpar lines.

After pursuing a relationship with Abraham, he is killed by Negan , revealed in the seventh season opener. Laura Bradley, writing for Vanity Fair , on the premiere said: "Want to live through the zombie apocalypse?

Maybe consider staying away from Sasha. Then, her newly blossoming love interest, Bob, bites the dust—after having his leg cut off and eaten in front of him by a bunch of cannibals.

Now her newest love, Abraham, gets beaten to death with a barb wire-covered bat right in front of her. Sure, many of Maggie's loved ones have fallen away in tragic story arcs—but every potential narrative involving Sasha seems to end in premature death.

Has Sasha's fate become some kind of sadistic inside joke? He was critical of the decision to go with Rosita's plan rather than Sasha's plan "to use the sniper rifle to actually, you know, snipe Negan from a distance" rather than Rosita's insistence to "go inside the gate.

Because I guess you need a sniper rifle for close quarters combat. As it stands, Sasha seems just as integral to the group as Rosita. It makes as little sense as Sasha agreeing to Rosita's plan in the first place, when the sniper plan is so much better.

And it just plain sucks that the better character is waltzing off to certain death, while one of the show's worst characters at least lately is safe.

Club , Zack Handlen liked Sasha's decision to leave Rosita behind, calling it a "nice twist" with "horrible, horrible consequences". I love the way she responded when Negan's asked if Rick had put her up to the assassination attempt: "Rick?

Your bitch? In last week's episode, Sasha had the really terrific bonding scene with Rosita. This week, Martin-Green carried most of her scenes with Negan and Eugene.

She brought the life and fire to this episode, and the series will be poorer for her absence… whenever it eventually comes.

Jeff Stone of IndieWire appreciated that Sasha "went out fighting in her own way". The intercutting between Sasha's dream reunion with Abe, her time with Negan and Eugene, and her final moments in the coffin was an interesting way to chronicle the last hours of her life.

But it went on for far too long. He went further saying, "Her plan, to become a spring-loaded zombie in Negan's coffin [

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Chris Burns. Christopher Berry. Christopher Weite. Corey Brill. Dahlia Legault. Danny Vinson. Dave Davis. Deja Dee.

Denise Crosby. Dwayne Boyd. Elena Sanchez. Elle Graham. Enver Gjokaj. Eric Mendenhall. Ethan Embry. Gary Weeks. Griffin Freeman.

Jason Burkey. Jayne Atkinson. Jeananne Goossen. Jennifer Cocker. Jilian McLendon. Jill Jane Clements. Jim R. Joe Ando-Hirsh. John Carroll Lynch. Jonathan Billions.

Julio Cedillo. Justice Leak. Karen Ceesay. Karenlie Riddering. Karl Makinen. Keedar Whittle. Keisha Tillis. Kelley Davis.

Kyle Clements. Kyle Gallner. Linds Edwards. Lindsay Abernathy. Lindsey Garrett. Mark Ashworth. Michael Raymond-James.

Michael Scialabba. Michael Traynor. Mike Mayhall. Nelson Bonilla. Noel Gugliemi. Owen Harn. Peter Kulas. Phillip DeVona. Keith Harris. Harlan Carson.

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Scarlett Blum. Steve Coulter. Sydney Park. Tamara Austin. Tanner Holland. Tate Ellington. When Carol's husband, Ed, hears the women talking and laughing, he tells his wife to focus on her work.

When Andrea Laurie Holden tells him off, Ed quickly becomes threatening as the women confront him about Carol's bruises.

Ed then strikes Carol, causing a feud which is ended when Shane furiously beats him as Carol pleads for him to stop. In the episode " Vatos ", after Ed's violent abuse has been exposed to the camp, Carol begins to stand up for herself regarding Sophia, as she dismisses the idea of Sophia staying with her father in his tent, insisting that she wants to join in with the rest of the camp.

Ed is killed during a walker attack as Sophia and Carol are left fearing for their lives. In the episode " Wildfire ", as the group cleans up the camp in preparation to leave, Carol destroys Ed's corpse with a pickaxe , venting the inner rage she had toward him and his years of violent abuse.

In the season finale " TS ", the group takes shelter at the Centers for Disease Control CDC , but they soon discover the facility is set to explode after the power runs out.

Carol hands Rick a grenade which Rick had picked up in the tank he was trapped in , to blow out one of the front windows in order to escape, and in success, Carol and Sophia run to the vehicles in the street with the others, while Jacqui and Dr.

Jenner choose to remain at the CDC to die. In the season premiere " What Lies Ahead ", walkers swarm the highway, and Sophia is lost in the woods after being chased by them.

Carol casts the blame upon Rick for not staying with her as he finds her in the woods, chasing off the walkers who follow her but ultimately blames herself.

In the episode " Cherokee Rose ", Daryl Dixon Norman Reedus gives her a flower later on which inspires hope in her to keep strong and to believe in Sophia's survival.

In the episode " Chupacabra ", having been staying at the farm owned by Hershel Greene Scott Wilson , she decides to cook dinner for Hershel and the rest of the group with Lori as a token of gratitude.

During the dinner, she brings up a plate to Daryl and kisses him on the cheek, acknowledging how noble and caring he is compared to her deceased husband.

In the mid-season finale " Pretty Much Dead Already ", Carol and Daryl begin to form a deeper bond, with her being concerned for his well-being.

Glenn reveals to the group that Hershel's barn is full of walkers, and Sophia appears as one of the walkers in the barn. In the mid-season premiere " Nebraska ", Carol refuses to attend Sophia's memorial service, saying that her daughter died a long time ago and the corpse at the farm was not Sophia.

In the episode " Triggerfinger ", Carol shows a conscious concern for Daryl's detachment from the group. She later lets him vent his frustration at her, as he mocks her for losing her family but soon apologizes and returns to the fold.

Over time, Carol's meekness diminishes as she gains the self-confidence to stand up for herself. She grows tired of the arguments of the group, and refuses to choose the fate of their prisoner, Randall in the episode " Judge, Jury, Executioner.

Carol convinces the women to evacuate the farmhouse but is herself abandoned by Lori. Daryl rescues Carol on his motorcycle, and they eventually meet up with the remaining survivors.

The slight blame she has cast upon Rick accumulates into outright questioning of his leadership. In the season premiere, " Seed ", eight months pass and Carol has built self-confidence and has developed a proficiency with weapons.

Carol has gotten closer to Lori since her pregnancy, and her trust in Rick has been regained. In the episode " Killer Within ", T-Dog sacrifices himself to save Carol after they are separated when walkers get into the prison.

The group believe her to be dead. In the episode " Hounded ", Daryl rediscovers her in a solitary confinement cell, malnourished and weak but alive.

He carries her off in his arms and in the next episode, " When the Dead Come Knocking ", the group happily reunites with her; however, things once again take a sad turn when she realizes that Lori has died in childbirth.

As Daryl tells Carol to keep safe, she responds saying, "Nine lives, remember? In the episode " The Suicide King ", Carol is sad about that Daryl leaving with his brother but understands his decision.

In the episode " Home ", Axel is shot in front of Carol's face by The Governor's men as they bond, causing her to use his body as a shield.

Andrea also visits, and Carol instructs Andrea to stab The Governor in his sleep to end the conflict. In the episode " This Sorrowful Life ", Merle has a brief conversation with Carol wherein he remarks that she has transformed from a "scared little mouse afraid of her own shadow" into a stronger person.

She replies that she was not scared of her own shadow but that of her husband and further states that she is no longer afraid of anything.

To prove the latter, she sternly admonishes Merle to "pick a side," regarding his previous loyalty to The Governor.

In the season finale " Welcome to the Tombs ", following Merle's death at the hands of The Governor, Carol praises him for his sacrifice, that he gave them a chance though Daryl remarked that Merle had never performed an altruistic deed in his life.

Carol then helps defend the gate against walkers as Rick, Daryl, and Michonne drive out to carry the fight to Woodbury.

She is seen beginning to cry upon realizing that Andrea has died at the end of the episode, and watches the remaining Woodbury residents enter their new home in the prison.

In the season premiere, " 30 Days Without an Accident ", six months after the conflict with the Governor has ended, Carol begins secretly teaching the children of the prison how to use knives to defend themselves and not to have any sympathy for the walkers.

Carl Grimes discovers the lessons are taking place, and she asks him not to tell his father. In the episode, " Infected ", Carol begins caring for two girls, Lizzie Brighton Sharbino and Mika Kyla Kenedy , after killing their father Ryan who was bitten by a walker.

This makes Carol even more determined to keep those she cares about safe. In the episode " Isolation ", when a new disease starts spreading in the prison, two people who are infected are killed — Karen Melissa Ponzio the Woodbury survivor and girlfriend of Tyreese Chad L.

Coleman , and prison newcomer David. Unknown to the other survivors, Carol killed them in their sleep and burned their bodies in the belief it would stop the infection from spreading.

An enraged Tyreese finds the burned bodies and attacks Rick while Carol watches, and later demands that Rick find the killer.

Despite the deaths of Karen and David, the infection continues to spread. Carol discovers Lizzie is ill, but reassures her that she will be fine.

Tyreese asks Carol to look after his sister, Sasha Sonequa Martin-Green , who is also ill, believing Carol is a very caring person, which upsets Carol even more.

Later, she is shown recklessly pumping up water despite knowing walkers are nearby, and is forced to flee as Rick shoots them down to save her.

Rick soon uncovers the truth and confronts Carol over the murders. In the episode, " Indifference ", Rick and Carol go on a supply run together to gather medical supplies to help Hershel.

Carol talks more about her past, revealing her late husband pushed her down the stairs on at least three occasions and she learned how to fix a dislocated arm because she was too afraid to go to the hospital.

They discuss the murders of Karen and David and Carol explains that, at the time, she believed killing them would stop the spread of the infection, therefore saving the lives of everyone else in the prison.

During the supply run, Rick sees how different Carol has become and ultimately decides that she cannot return to the prison. He sees her as a threat, but is also concerned that Tyreese will kill her when he finds out that she murdered Karen.

Carol is forced to accept banishment, leaving everyone she cares about behind. In the episode " Inmates ", Carol reappears unexpectedly, saving Lizzie, Mika, and Judith from a pair of Walkers in a forest.

She returns the children to Tyreese and tells him that she saw the prison fall, and, after losing sight of him and the children, managed to catch up with them.

Sensing that Tyreese does not know of her involvement in Karen's death, Carol makes up a story about how she did not return with Rick because she wanted to find more supplies for the group.

Later, after taking the advice of a man who had been bitten on the side of the road, she follows Tyreese and the children as they to travel to a sanctuary named "Terminus.

Carol is concerned that Mika is too gentle to survive, and that Lizzie is confused about the nature of walkers, thinking that they are still people.

She continues to teach Lizzie and Mika lessons of survival, despite the girls remaining adamant to surviving in their own methods.

Carol and Tyreese later return from a hunting trip to find that Lizzie has killed Mika and was about to kill Judith, thinking that everyone would understand that Mika was just a changed person after reanimating as a walker.

Viewing Lizzie as too dangerous to be around other people, Carol and Tyreese discuss Lizzie's fate, and Carol executes Lizzie by shooting her in the head.

Afterward, Carol confesses to Tyreese her role in killing Karen and David. Tyreese is furious, but he forgives Carol for what she did, although he says he will not forget.

After burying the two girls' bodies, Tyreese, Carol, and baby Judith restart their trek toward Terminus.

In the season premiere, " No Sanctuary ", Carol and Tyreese witness a herd drawn to gunfire at Terminus and capture Martin, stopping him from setting up fireworks to divert them.

Carol blows up a propane tank and infiltrates Terminus amongst the herd, enabling the imprisoned group to escape while the compound is overrun. After killing many residents, she escapes and has an emotional reunion with Daryl, Rick and the others.

Rick is overwhelmed with gratitude. Rick, Carl, and Sasha are further overjoyed when she leads the group back to the cabin where Tyreese is with Judith.

Both remained scarred over the deaths of Mika and Lizzie. Rick says that he owes her everything and is apologetic about banishing her and Carol tells him, "You said I could survive.

You were right. Daryl tries to reassure Carol that they can start over. Carol and Daryl later follow the car that took Beth Greene Emily Kinney and drives off in pursuit of it.

In the episode " Slabtown ", Carol appears at the end of the episode when Beth watches her get wheeled into Grady Memorial Hospital from an unknown accident.

The episode " Consumed " focuses on Carol's struggle and guilt over her past demons, saying she can't stand to watch the people she loves die. They stay at an abandoned woman's shelter where they find a reanimated mother and daughter, and Carol moves to kill them but Daryl insists it is unnecessary.

In the morning, Carol wakes up to find Daryl outside cremating the mother and child, and she goes out to thank him. A car marked with a white cross approaches them and as they flee, Carol is hit by one, knocking her unconscious.

She is lifted in a stretcher by two officers. In the episode " Crossed ", Carol remains unconscious as Beth completes her plan to give Carol epinephrine after the officers agree to turn the machines off, declaring that the resources would be wasted.

Rick continues on with a rescue mission, saying he owes Carol everything. In the mid-season finale " Coda ", after receiving medication, Carol is seen starting to wake up as Beth and Dawn are talking.

Later, when the hostage exchange is about to take place, Carol is seen being wheeled by Beth and they hold hands as they see their group.

After the exchange takes place, Beth is shot in the head by Dawn. Carol tries to comfort a distraught Daryl, telling him to put his gun down as they cry, and is helped by Tyreese to walk as they leave the hospital.

The group journey to Washington, D. Carol tries to comfort a severely depressed Daryl and reassures Maggie of never giving up. In the episode " Remember ", in spite of some mistrust before, the stranger Aaron Ross Marquand recruits Carol and the others, bringing them to his community, the Alexandria Safe-Zone.

Interviewed by congresswoman and town leader Deanna Monroe Tovah Feldshuh , Carol crafts a facade of being an inexperienced apocalyptic survivor who acted as the "den mother" to the group.

She states she did laundry and gardening pre-apocalypse, and cooked for her "stupid, wonderful" husband. She expresses that she is a people person and wants to join a junior league to help others.

After everyone is interviewed, she is the last to hand over her weapons to Olivia, awkwardly removing her rifle and placing it in the bin, further displaying her "weakness.

The night after the confrontation at the town gates, Carol discusses with Daryl and Rick that they can get comfortable but not weak.

In the episode " Forget ", Carol is seen outside the walls, plotting with Rick and Daryl to steal guns. When a walker comes along, she empties her clip into it to give the illusion they had gone shooting.

She tells him that if he mentions it to his mother, "the monsters" will come and eat him alive as he is tied to a tree outside the walls, but if he is silent, she will give him lots of her homemade cookies.

The next day she gives a gun to Rick, but Daryl refuses to take one. In the episode " Spend ", Carol is visited by Sam several times, who continues to ask her for more cookies.

Unable to turn away, Carol starts questioning Sam and learns his father, Pete Corey Brill 's abusive nature.

Deeply concerned for his well being, she goes to the Anderson home to try and talk to Sam or Jessie, but is coldly turned away by Pete, arousing her suspicion.

When Rick returns home, Carol tells him she believes that Pete is abusing Jessie and maybe Sam, and that the only way to stop it is to kill Pete.

In the season finale " Conquer ", Carol pays a visit to Pete with a tuna pasta bake and asks him to check on Tara, who is still wounded.

When he refuses, Carol pulls a knife on him and threatens him, saying that she can get away with claiming self-defense.

Later at the town meeting, Carol is one of the people who speaks in Rick's defense. She witnesses Rick directly address the Alexandrians when he shows up with a dead walker that he had killed inside the walls earlier that night, and how they need to change or they will die.

That this point be demonstrated and their agenda advanced, Carol discreetly tells Rick not to intervene when a drunken Pete shows up with Michonne's katana, resulting in a fatal attack on Reg.

In the episode " JSS ", Carol is forced to drop her act as a meek housewife to defend the Alexandrians against the Wolves. She disguises herself as one of them, successfully killing many of them, but comes into conflict with Morgan's pacifist ideology.

Later, Carol becomes suspicious of Morgan and follows him into the townhouse, leaving Judith at Jessie's house, and confronts him about who he is hiding inside it.

In the mid-season finale " Start to Finish ", Carol fakes her injury during the herd and goes to kill the Wolf locked up with Denise.

Morgan intervenes and he bodyslams her, knocking her out. The Wolf, however, escapes. In the mid-season premiere, " No Way Out ", Carol shoots the Wolf with Denise, but is shocked when she hears the Wolf, even as he is swarmed and eaten by walkers, echoing her calls for Denise to go and save herself.

They fight off the remaining herd. In " Not Tomorrow Yet ", Carol counts up her total killings, over 18 people, and it heavily weighs in on her.

Carol later kisses Tobin, but their connection is merely Carol's attempt at a normal life. Later, she follows Rick's mission to infiltrate the Saviors' outpost, but is concerned for a pregnant Maggie, who wants to go in and fight after the alarms go off, but they are soon captured by Saviors on the outside.

Carol retreats back to her meek facade to trick her captors, and is able to free herself and Maggie, who convinces Carol that instead of escaping they have to finish their captors.

Though Carol has no hesitation killing to defend Maggie, she begs Paula — a formerly submissive woman who became an unrepentant killer after losing her family — to run, but is forced to impale her on a walker trap where she is killed.

Carol then traps the reinforcements Paula had requested in a burning room. Daryl and the others arrive, having tracked them, and Carol has an emotional breakdown, embracing Daryl and admitting that she's not okay.

In " Twice as Far ", Carol is shown praying and smoking and attempting a relationship with Tobin, but it is useless. She has no feelings for him and sneaks out of Alexandria at night leaving Tobin a note explaining that she has to be alone, that she can no longer kill and she can't bear to love someone if she can't protect them.

She is later found by a Savior who shoots her, and she begs him to kill her, but Morgan intervenes and kills the Savior, and they are escorted away by another soldier from a different community.

She meets the leader of the community, King Ezekiel , a man who proclaims himself a true king whilst keeping a pet Bengal tiger named Shiva.

Carol feigns amazement and surprise at her circumstances, but later admits that she thinks Ezekiel is crazy and plans to leave.

She adapts to her mild-mannered innocent act, which Ezekiel catches onto, saying he is playing the same role himself as king, as he is actually a former zookeeper who saved and tamed Shiva.

Morgan escorts Carol to an abandoned house outside the Kingdom where the two part amicably. In " Rock in the Road ", Carol bumps into Kingdom survivor Ben in the woods and gives him advice on how to sneak better.

In " "New Best Friends" , she is found by Daryl, who had been staying at the Kingdom, and the two spend the evening catching up.

When Daryl asks Carol why she left, she responds by saying that if she stayed and the Saviors hurt more people, she would have killed them and she didn't want that.

When Carol asks about everyone back home, Daryl tells her that everyone is fine before giving a heartfelt goodbye. He claims that they were seeking to build a relationship with the Kingdom.

When she doubts his sincerity, he tells her she'll have to talk to Daryl even offering to take her to Alexandria. She is let met by Morgan, Ezekiel and others who bring a wounded Benjamin to her cabin.

They attempt to treat him, but Benjamin dies and Morgan storms out, despite Carol's attempts to call him back. Morgan later reappears, revealing Richard caused Benjamin's death so he killed him.

He also reveals to Carol that Negan killed Glenn, Abraham and several others and Rick was seeking the Kingdom's aid to fight.

He claims he's going to kill them all, but Carol stops him. She then goes to Ezekiel, apologizing for his loss before claiming that it's time to fight.

He agrees. She also helps the newly formed group ward off a walker attack. In " The Damned ", she and Ezekiel command their forces to a Savior pharmacy lab and overtake it, even though it alerts the Saviors to the presence.

In " Monsters ", they lead their forces against a nearby Savior outpost. They are victorious with no apparent losses, but as they revel in their win, some hiding Saviors open fire on them with heavy machine guns, killing dozens of people.

In " Some Guy ", Carol retaliates by killing a group of Saviors who are moving the guns, and then helps a wounded Ezekiel escape.

When a traumatized Ezekiel cannot bring himself to lead the Kingdom, Carol effectively takes over. In " Honor ", Carol leads the Kingdom to temporary safety, and tries to prevent Benjamin's younger brother Henry , who wants revenge against the Saviors, from going out to battle.

She is unsuccessful, however; Henry kills a Savior in cold blood, and both Carol and Ezekiel are troubled by his apparent lack of remorse.

In " Still Gotta Mean Something ", she goes out to look for Henry when he runs away to fight the Saviors, and refuses to give up even when it appears he has been killed.

She ultimately finds him, alive, and saves him from a horde of walkers. In " Wrath ", the season finale, she saves Henry once again when a crazed Morgan attacks him.

After Rick defeats and imprisons Negan, ending the war, Carol joins the rest of the survivors in celebrating a new era of peace.

Carol continues to reside in the Kingdom and is in a relationship with Ezekiel. After he proposes, Carol decides to take time away from the Kingdom as the new leader of the Sanctuary.

She eventually accepts Ezekiel's proposal, but comes into conflict with the rogue Savior Jed who briefly takes Carol hostage in an attempt to get guns.

As the situation devolves, Carol decides to return to the Kingdom in " The Obliged " and leave the Saviors to their own devices.

Jed leads an attack on the camp, resulting in the deaths of several people and the drawing of a massive herd in their direction.

As seen in " What Come After ," Carol survives the attack and is devastated by Rick's apparent death. Six years later, in " Who Are You Now?

With the Kingdom beginning to fall apart, Carol convinces Ezekiel to allow Henry to travel to the Hilltop to be apprenticed as a blacksmith.

On the road, Carol and Henry are attacked by a group of former Saviors turned marauders led by Jed and Regina. The group humiliates Carol, who refuses to fight back, and steals her wedding ring.

Later that night, Carol tracks down the sleeping Saviors' camp and pours gasoline on it. After a final conversation with Jed, Carol ignites the gasoline, killing Jed, Regina and all of the remaining Saviors.

She then seeks out Daryl in " Stradivarius " to ask him to watch over Henry at the Hilltop for her.

Carol doesn't let on that she witnessed Henry and Daryl fight off walkers and Henry is able to convince Daryl, who he states Carol considers her best friend, to accompany them.

After Eugene goes missing, Carol refuses to let Henry join the search party. In " Evolution ," Carol, along with Tara, is rather cold towards Michonne when she first arrives.

Carol later tries to convince Michonne to have Alexandria join a fair Ezekiel is holding, a morale boost that is needed due to the state of the Kingdom, but Michonne refuses.

Carol then departs for the Kingdom with Dianne and supplies that Henry convinced Earl Sutton to send with her as an advance on his pay.

Henry later tells Earl that he saw Carol cry for the first time in his life that day, and seeing her break down in such a way ultimately led to him making his own mistakes.

A horrified, grief-stricken Carol discovers Henry's severed, reanimated head displayed on a pike, along with those of the other victims.

In the season finale, " The Storm ", however, she stops a guilt-ridden Lydia from committing suicide and tells her that Henry's death was not her fault.

She then decides that it is best if she and Ezekiel split up after the death of their adopted son, and they go on their own separate ways.

Melissa McBride [1]. In the television series, Carol Peletier has been described as taking on a "hero's journey. The apocalypse didn't make her strong.

The apocalypse made her show herself that she's strong. She becomes the one who's doing things. There was dialogue to that. Now, realizing the cost of that, she's still willing to pay the price and she's rewarded by gaining those skills and that strength to save the people she loves.

Created by Robert Kirkman , the writer and creator of The Walking Dead comic book series and franchise, Carol first appeared in the third issue of the comic book series, in December Despite initially appearing to have similar personality qualities such as being dependent and dominated by others, as well as coming from a background of domestic abuse, Carol in the television series is shown to be more stern and pragmatic, making questionable and difficult decisions other characters could not deal with.

Robert Kirkman felt that having Carol outlive her daughter would add more dimension to the show, as well as add more flexibility to its storyline progression.

Having Carol [ The Carol in the TV show is a wholly original creation that we'll continue to explore on the show to great effect. Everyone in the writers' room loves that character, and we're thrilled with what Melissa has brought to the table.

She has definitely become a character that is one to watch, and there's some really exciting stuff ahead for her. No, I don't think there was really any other option.

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