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With all-out war between Woodbury and the prison group ready to explode, all eyes are on this Sunday’s season finale of “The Walking Dead.” But who will be left standing when the smoke clears and the blood dries?
Series star Andrew Lincoln told Rolling Stone
that “27 people die” in what he described as a “crazy season finale,” which makes it safe to say that the war everyone has been expecting will break out in a big way. And we fully expect to see some major characters among those 27 casualties — after all, this is “The Walking Dead,” where even top billing does not keep you safe.
“Walking Dead” creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman added that the battle lines won’t be so cut and dried, saying, “It’s about finding out where allegiances lie. There are a few surprises in store as to who is going to be doing what on which side. Those reveals are going to be startling.”
So who won’t make it out of season three alive? We have our nominees (and they’re based purely on our own hunches, not any inside information or clues from the comics):
- The Governor (David Morrissey): One way or another, the Woodbury story will be resolved, and the only way it truly ends is with the demise of this hideous psychopath.
- Andrea (Laurie Holden): Perhaps she will redeem herself and finally do something to turn the tide of battle for the prison group, but we’re almost certain she’ll die in the act.
- Hershel (Scott Wilson): He’s old and he’s missing a leg — the man is a fighter and a survivor, but he’s at an immediate disadvantage if it comes to all-out war.
- Milton (Dallas Roberts): The poor, conflicted, nerdy Milton will either meet his end at the hands of the Governor or simply get caught in the crossfire.
We could be wrong about any of them (although we think the Governor is a sure bet), and of course the show could always throw a nasty curveball, like knocking off one of Hershel’s daughters or even (let’s hope not) sending Daryl to join Merle in the afterlife.
Either way, there is going to be some extensive loss of life Sunday night and we’re going to be saying goodbye to a number of cast members. There are also other questions that need to be answered: will Tyrese switch sides? Will Rick finally stop his slow trip to crazytown? What role will the walkers play in the final battle?
There are supposedly spoilers online now for the episode (do a Bing search for them if you want), but we’re not going to look at them…we want to be shocked and surprised as we have been all season.
Sunday night can’t come fast enough.
The Season 3 finale of “The Walking Dead” airs Sunday, March 31 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on AMC
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