Gone. The saddest word in any language.
The Walking Dead Season 1-5 poster
The tops of crags and cliffs, the air is thin
So we’ll find a mountain path on down the hill
Meet me where the snow mount flows
It is there, my dear, where we will begin again
"He told me the other day that he was proud of me, that I was a good man. I’m not. I know more now, about what he wanted from me. I try, but I still have these thoughts. I’m not what he thinks I am. I’m just another monster, too.”
The Walking Dead, Days Gone Bye
In The Water | Anadel
Against the tide we struggle with the skin we’re in, the skin we’re in
Against the tide we struggle to keep our heads above the deep
And our hearts above the lie
Where is she?
Chris Hardwick: Why did Hershel have a smile on his face?
Scott Wilson: I think it’s really a culmination of everything that happened from the first episode that he was in, where he was having conversations with Rick and subsequent conversations that he’s had throughout his run on the show with Rick and other people, where he was trying to counsel a humanity or a forgiveness or an ability to communicate with other people and try to keep a line of communication open with other people. And he heard Rick doing that, he heard Rick attempting to do that. And I think he thought at that time, “It’s going to be all right.” That thing that he tried to impart was, in fact, imparted to Rick and to other people as well.