The ninth season of The Walking Dead it just started with AMC, and the premiere had a significant death, as well as illustrated key differences between Rick and Maggie as leaders. Although there was no indication that Rick would go anywhere soon, fans everywhere know that the end is near for the poor man due to the impending departure of Andrew Lincoln. Spectators have not had to face the zombie apocalypse without him yet, but his castmates have done it, and it turns out that Norman Reedus found a strangely sweet way of honoring Lincoln. This is what Reedus had to say about his friend's departure. The Walking Dead:
That was difficult. I think he knew a little before a lot of people knew. We had a bit of a pact at a point where we were not going to leave without the other, but I understood [Andrew Lincoln] leaving The first day he left, he used to come to my trailer for lunch every day. So the day after he left, I went back to my trailer and sat there, I did not know what to do. The last day he was there, he covered himself with blood and sat on one of my chairs, and I still will not let anyone clean the chair. It's really, really gross.
Norman Reedus knew before that the majority that Andrew Lincoln had intended to leave The Walking Dead in season 9, and he previously admitted that he tried to dissuade his friend from going beyond the zombie apocalypse. Their pact to leave together obviously failed, since Lincoln's departure actually means great things for Reedus in the program.
Despite knowing in advance that the time that Andrew Lincoln had left in the program was limited, Reedus apparently could not prepare himself for the emotional consequences of his sudden absence. When faced with the absence of his lunch partner, Reedus concluded that he should remember the last time Lincoln was in his trailer when he refused to clean, or let someone cleaner, the chair with blood on it. I had sat down.
On the one hand, Norman Reedus' decision to honor his friend by preserving the chair where he sat for the last time is very sweet and sentimental. On the other hand, the commemoration through a bloody chair is not the most normal thing in the world. Considering how casual the revelation of Reedus was in the recent Living Dead panel at New York Comic Con (and the fact that this is The Walking Dead we are talking about), we can safely assume that it was not real blood in which he was soaking wet.
Since the odds are pretty good, Rick will have to die for them. The Walking Dead To write to Andrew Lincoln, fans may be a little nervous at the revelation that Andrew Lincoln was spreading fake blood everywhere on his last day in the Norman Reedus trailer.
Still, we should not take bloodstains on the furniture as proof that Rick is going to bite the dust. The characters in The Walking Dead They are covered frequently with blood. In fact, considering how infrequently Daryl seems to bathe and / or wash his hair, he is likely to be covered in at least some blood at all times. We can only hope that The Walking DeadThe fake blood does not smell as bad as it seems. If it smells, Norman Reedus will have to break and let the chair wash or live with the chair of terrible smell in the tribute to Andrew Lincoln.
Melissa McBride, who plays Carol, revealed another way in which Norman Reedus is honoring Andrew Lincoln, and Reedus admits that it is also disgusting. This is what McBride shared:
He also has a cup of coffee from which Andy drank, which has blood on the outside, and will not let anyone wash it.
Apparently, Andrew Lincoln left blood on something other than a chair in Norman Reedus' trailer, and there was also a fucking cup of coffee. We have to add "rough" to "sweet" and "weird" for the cup of coffee with blood. According to Melissa McBride, Lincoln had been drinking from the mug. If there was more than water in the cup, there could be some things growing there or at least attract insects if Reedus continues to refuse to let it wash. As we saw through a joke that Reedus pulled out of Lincoln, it can get very hot in his Georgia area.
It's fun to imagine what Andrew Lincoln might think about Norman Reedus preserving his bloody legacy in his trailer. While you may feel moved by how far your friend will remember him and maybe even remind you why he stayed. The Walking Dead Longer than I originally thought, I could also enjoy a little of the rarity of all this. After all, Lincoln and Reedus had a war of jokes, in addition to their bromance. While Reedus' jokes usually sounded more elaborate and effective, perhaps Lincoln leaving a bloody chair and mug to preserve them is his last revenge. Can we declare Andrew Lincoln winner?
For now, we can only hope that Rick and Daryl have some important scenes together before Rick leaves, alive, dead or not dead, the zombie apocalypse. Rick has obligations to Alexandria, as well as Michonne and Judith, but Daryl is the closest thing Rick has had to a brother since Shane went crazy in the early days of the series. Despite Daryl's disapproval of Rick's decision to spare Negan, the premiere indicated that he still values Rick's friendship and opinion.
Only time will tell. The following several episodes of The Walking Dead It definitely should be worth watching, since we'll soon have to say goodbye to Maggie and Rick. At least, Maggie's ending will be open, and we already know that there are plans that could return the character if Lauren Cohan finds the moment. New episodes of The Walking Dead air this fall on Sundays at 9 p.m. ET at AMC. Fans can expect at least one more Scott Wilson appearance as Hershel, since Wilson filmed his last scenes on the show before his death.