The Walking Dead Showrunner Says More Daryl and Connie Still Ahead in Season 10Speaking to ComicBook.com, Reedus said Daryl, now acting in a leadership role, is looking to better communicate with Connie and sister Kelly (Angel Theory) — whose hearing is worsening — as both are members of the militia formed in defense against the Whisperers.
“I think it’s great that you see Daryl trying to learn new things and learn how to communicate,” Reedus said. “Both of those characters could definitely help us and so, you know, let’s communicate. And both those actresses are such good actresses, it’s fun. There’s been some ASL that I’ve messed up on set and said a dirty word here or there by accident and they’re like, ‘No,’ and I’m like, ‘What’d I do?’ And they’re like, ‘It’s down here, it’s not up here!’”
Daryl will spend much of his time this season with his best friend, the newly single Carol (Melissa McBride), and the star in recent weeks said Season 10 has “a little bit to say” on a potential ‘Caryl’ romance. With fans calling for a Donnie romance, could we see the long loveless Daryl at the center of a love triangle?
“I think they both are surprised at how well they work together,” Ridloff said when addressing Connie’s dynamic with Daryl during an appearance at PaleyFest Los Angeles in March. “Both of them are leaders ... And obviously we don’t talk much, obviously, I guess I didn’t have to say that [laughs]. So I do think that we definitely make sense as a team and as a duo.”
I agree, although the formation made me think of a new high school marching band one week into practicing its routines. I half-expected to see Ragnar Lothbrok popping up as their coach, blowing a whistle and shouting "You call that a shield wall?!"Thank you AMC and thank you for finally forming the militia. They always needed one.
As the walkers kept emerging, I was impressed with the size of the crew it took to handle such a small boat. I thought, "What is this, the circus clown car of fishing trawlers?" I suppose this S.S. Minnow might have been carrying a hold full of refugees when the apocalypse struck.Seeing them clearing a ghost ship was exciting.
Hey, what about Kirkman's world "is an alternate reality," one without Night of the Living Dead zombies to educate survivors? This could be only the second generation or the 22nd.we are sixth generation of survivors on this planet. In the Kirkman's world they would the seventh,
Speaking of that, how about putting a patch over that sucker? It's gross, and it would save the makeup people a few minutes.Gabriel needed Neegan giving a righteous bollocking to old one eye
That gave me a laugh. Sure, enough for venison hors d'oeuvres at a party for 200, maybe.The deer that could have fed two hundred people.
Would a satellite from the Soviet era really stay in orbit that long? That's quality craftsmanship.That is a lot of space debris, because usually the stuff that comes in the ground is much, much smaller and typically spherical. With some heavy melt patterns associated with the object. You certainly would not be able to find piece with paint on it.
I liked their mutually-denying conversation about their"besties" status and running off together. I think neither one wants to ruin such a deep friendship by looking for anything else. Besides, Daryl is sharing parenthood of Dog with Connie.More so on Daryl not accepting that Carol is a bit more than his best friend.
Yes, especially if they would have cocked a launch. There's a lot of defunctioning hardware up there and Earth is the biggest gravity source in the near space. Totally plausible. It's just you wouldn't find it that intact because the heat in the burn can go easily over three thousand degrees. As that wasn't properly shielded all the way, how can it survive?Would a satellite from the Soviet era really stay in orbit that long? That's quality craftsmanship.
I suspect they are laying lots of groundwork for that plot to continue. I also doubt the satellite wouldn't have had it's paint burnt off, but I've seen more unbelievable things in this series to complain about that.I suspect the connection has something to do with the helicopter people.
Yes, it's a zombie horde. In the Kirkman's world, it's equivalent.I must have missed something last season or forgot but I never realised the whisperers had a nuclear weapon.
Are you sure he's real or something that Sadiq summoned from his memories?Don't like the new doctor, too full of himself hopefully when we lose the medic this season it will be him and not Sadiq.
He is going through some mental trauma, and while I have my own PTSDs I've never summoned a person. But, in the writing, I could. It's just this new doctor was a bit too much of old world for being survivor doctor. If he's the real thing, good for them. Doctors are so valuable, and they also have a short lifespan in the Kirkman's world.I never thought about that.
The Walking Dead’s Melissa McBride on What That Carol vs. Alpha Staredown Means for Season 10“Carol wants vengeance,” McBride said. “It’s hard enough to try to survive in the world where everything in the world itself, the odds are against you, and you go from one day to the next trying to justify going one day to the next, and it’s so hard. ‘Why are you doing this?’ Then you have a human being coming and making that all that much worse and taking things from you. I think there should be a showdown.”
A Soviet Satellite Falls to Earth in 'The Walking Dead' Season 10. How Realistic Is It?AMC's "The Walking Dead" launched its tenth season last week to the delight of zombie fans everywhere, but the premiere also contained a space junk easter egg that just might be a major plot point for series: a Soviet satellite crashing to Earth.
The episode "Lines We Cross" ends with an old Soviet satellite crashing to Earth as a brilliant daytime fireball. It looses unmistakable sonic booms and a sparks wildfire in enemy territory (watch out for Whisperers!) that the show's heroes must battle to save their hunting grounds.
"We'd been talking the the writers' room about what are different things that happen the more time goes on," executive producer Angela Kang said in AMC's "Talking Dead" recap of the Oct. 6 premiere. "We thought that it would just be like an interesting thing that we haven't dealt with before, and then see what things they can get from the satellite in terms of technology or to help them."