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Executive Producers on ‘The Grove’

After this week’s intense episode of The Walking Dead, several news sources have reached out to the show’s executive producers to get the low down on the episode. Here’s some of what they’ve had to say:

Robert Kirkman:

“In modern society, if there was a Lizzie or a Ben they would be in therapy for years and they would be monitored and there would be efforts taken to try to curb that behavior and prevent them from doing anything dangerous. Those options are not available in this world, and I think that’s another element of the zombie apocalypse that leads to interesting stories. What do we do when we have this person who is a danger to all of us, but they’re a kid and it’s not their fault, there’s just something wrong with them. In this world, that’s just kind of an impossible situation to be in.”

Read his full post-mortem here!

Scott Gimple:

“With Mika’s death, that was something I wanted Carol and Tyreese to discover. I didn’t want to see that happen. And I would love to take credit for an awesome idea, but basically that’s how it happens in the book. It was discovered. It wasn’t shown… [it’s] something where the audience’s imagination will be far more horrible that anything we could have done. As far as the gunshot, we did wrestle with the cut of that. We played around with it in a variety of iterations. Initially it was about what we felt was tasteful to show and what we felt was not tasteful to show and figuring that out. I’d say the discovery along the way was the shot where we don’t see it, but we see Carol pull the trigger and we stay on Carol. It’s such a remarkable piece of acting that Melissa does in that moment that I wouldn’t have wanted to cut away anyways, because really in that moment that is all about Carol.”

Read his full interview here!

Gale Anne Hurd:

“The world of The Walking Dead is all about human choices, about what one has to do to survive, and how much each character is willing to sacrifice and compromise their humanity. And we will really see certain characters pushed to their limit — in a way the way that Carol was — in these final two episodes.”

Read her full interview here!

 

 

  1. mersad March 20, 2014 at 1:21 pm - Reply

    hi
    my name is mersad esmaili
    i have the walking dead persian fans in iran
    i just want norman or our dixson say
    happy new year to twdfans1.tk & thank mersad esmaili in 15 second clip or in the end new episoid of walking dead
    please it is just one time of year and it is so importat to me & persian fans

    thank u very much

  2. strgzer March 22, 2014 at 7:26 pm - Reply

    Wow! International peace talks and all that bs yet it is TWD that reaches across cultural and political lines it unite people. Zombies rule!


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