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'Walking Dead': Spoilers & Hints For the Next 2 Episodes (VIDEO)

by Linda Sharps on November 21, 2012 at 12:27 PM

The bad news, zombie fans, is that this Sunday's Walking Dead will be the second-to-last episode before the show goes on break until February. The good news is that the next two upcoming shows look like they're going to be nail-biters -- plenty of carnage is on the way, and lives are going to be on the line once again.

If you'd like to avoid any and all potential Walking Dead spoilers, here's your chance to jump ship. Otherwise, follow me past the jump to see a sneak peek video at next week's show, and get the latest scoop on what we can expect during episodes 7 and 8.

First, a follow-up on the widespread rumor that we'd be seeing the popular comics character Tyreese join the show soon -- this has been officially confirmed, so expect to see actor Chad Coleman join the cast on the December 2 midseason finale.

As for what's going down during this Sunday's episode, here's the video teaser from AMC:

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Ooh, it looks like Glenn and Maggie are going to be enduring some majorly unpleasant things in Woodbury. I'm guessing our growing affection for Merle will be snuffed out during that interrogation scene, don't you? And what's up with that glimpse at what appears to be the Governor pushing Andrea away -- is he finally sick of her Patented Flirty Face?

We're all probably hoping to see a tender reunion between Carol and Daryl, but according to executive producer Robert Kirkman, Carol's newfound status as not-a-zombie won't be celebrated for long:

This is a win and this is definitely something that they needed. Now that she's back in the mix, it's going to be time for rejoicing but again this happens at a time when Maggie and Glenn have been taken and Michonne is being brought into the mix and things are getting that much more dangerous and that much more interesting. You can only celebrate so much.

If you want one more maddening tease about what to expect this Sunday, look no further than this Twitter exchange between a fan and showrunner Glen Mazzara. When asked if the episode would be as exciting as it looks, Mazarra responded,

It's one of my favorite @WalkingDead_AMC episodes EVER.

As for the overall vibe of what we'll see before the show goes on break, Lauren Cohan (Maggie) says THERE WILL BE BLOOD:

Things are not going to a very good place. The group at Woodbury will collide with the group at the prison, and what makes us human is going to be tested. Every time we think we know what we're doing, we realize there aren't any rules. You are definitely going to see some major losses, if you can believe it. Some huge lives are going to be thrown into question.

And finally, Kirkman says the midseason finale is going to kick ass ... and drive us more than a little crazy:

It’s definitely going to be something that will make you hate the winter and be dying for the second act of the season to start, which is a fun process that I think adds to the anticipation and excitement of the show. I don’t want to spoil anything or promise too much, but I’m very proud of the episode and I think people are really going to dig it.

Are you looking forward to the next two episodes? How much is it going to suck to wait until February to see what happens??


Image via AMC

Filed Under: zombies, television

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  • Kokos...
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    Kokoscold

    November 21, 2012 at 12:51 PM

    Seriously LOVE this show!!! I hate the the long 2+month break but damn it always keeps me on my toes. I didn't like Lori much but damn I cried when her and T-Dog died :( cried I never cry


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    zombiemommy916

    November 21, 2012 at 1:38 PM
    Ok, I refuse to read the comics because I don't want to constantly be comparing it to the show...but I think it's pretty obvious that Daryl and Merle will come to some violent blows...maybe Daryl will have to kill him? Because if it goes the opposite way, I will freak the freak out...I LOVE me some Daryl!!! But the way this show goes, it's gonna have to be something that rips your heart out....
  • LoriA...
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    LoriAnn87

    November 21, 2012 at 1:55 PM

    I hate when it takes the season break but i have the comics and novel books to give me my walking dead fix.


  • rocki...
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    rockinmomnwife

    November 21, 2012 at 2:53 PM

    I agree with zombiemommy... Daryl and Merle are definitely going to have it out and Daryl better win! I will be so upset if they kill him off. But I think he plays more of a purpose in the show then Merle so they surely will kill Merle off.


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    javakitty2011

    November 22, 2012 at 9:04 AM

    Love this show too. I really wish I would have read it first but since I haven't and I am invested in what is going on, I don't want to ruin it lol

     


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    Olivia Strickland Enabulele

    November 24, 2012 at 1:36 PM
    "Growing affection for Merle"? Who in their right mind ha any affection for Merle?
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