The end of “The Walking Dead” – and the beginning of a new universe

No offense to Luke or Jules for coming late to the series and never being main characters, but the real loss in Rest in Peace is Rosita (Christian Serratus), an integral Living Dead A fixture since their introduction in Season 4. Luckily, she gets the hard-hitting and touching swan song she deserves. When Rosita, Gabriel and Eugene track down their missing daughter (Josh McDermitt) are surrounded by strays, so they start climbing a wall to escape. With her child strapped to her chest, Rosita appears to be falling to certain death. But not so fast! – She quickly gets up to fight off the walkers, climbs onto an ambulance and jumps back onto the wall. Unfortunately, she doesn’t get off scot-free and later reveals in a heartbreaking scene that she was bitten. After the grand defeat of Pamela and the walkers, the crew gathers for a celebratory Thanksgiving dinner, and Rosita enjoys this “perfect” moment before breaking the news to Gabriel. She is then led into a bedroom and placed next to her sleeping daughter, who kisses her one last time. “We’ll see each other again one day,” says Gabriel, taking the young girl and leaving. When Eugene comes in for the last goodbye, Rosita tells him, “I’m glad it was you in the end.” In the flash-forward, we learn that Eugene and Max (Margot Binham) got their own daughter: Rosie.

WHO RETURNED

Don’t worry, the Walking Dead didn’t sign off without seeing its original leading man and iconic leading lady. Last seen in seasons 9 and 10, respectively Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira Returning in the final moments of the finale. At first it looks like Rick and Michonne are together, only a fire separates them. “I think about the dead all the time, not the living…that I’ve lost,” says a somber Rick as he views images of deceased legacy figures like Carl (Chandler Riggs), Laurie (Sarah Wayne Callies), Shane (Jon Bernthal) and Glenn (Steven Yeun) appear on the screen. Meanwhile, Michonne writes a letter to Judith, insisting that she try to get back to her and RJ. “We’re connected,” she says as her and Rick’s voices begin to cross. “We’re still connected to everyone we’ve ever loved.”

Unfortunately they are not together. Michonne, now rocking a new take on her classic pre-mom samurai outfit, promises to find Rick “because I know he’s trying to find us.” She mounts her horse and rides into a walker avalanche . Elsewhere, Rick is by a body of water and panics when he hears a helicopter approaching. A voice from above tells him to surrender, much to Rick’s dismay. “Come on Rick,” says the mystery person, “it is as he told you, there is no escape for the living.” Rick is located just outside a major metropolitan area. He raises his hands as the helicopter lands, and with a sneaky smile, Rick looks ready for what’s next.

WHAT’S NEXT

And the answer to what’s next is… well, a lot! the Walking Dead has already spawned several spinoffs, including those already packaged beyond the worldthe current anthology series Tales of the Walking Deadand fear the walking death, which has been renewed for an eighth season. But, as we alluded to, many of our main characters had previously announced they were getting their own shows, and ironically, Rest in Peace helped us prepare for the birth of three new stories.

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Charles Jones

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