In the latest episode of the Undead Walking Podcast, Sarabeth Pollock and Adam B. Carlson talk about all of the latest news from around The Walking Dead Universe. They also break down their opinions about The Walking Dead 1018, “Find Me.”
Before getting into their discussion of the latest episode of The Walking Dead, the discussion turned to some of the news around the TWD Universe. Filming for Fear the Walking Dead season 6 just wrapped, and the cast and crew are heading home for a much-needed break ahead of filming season 7 later this year.
Many fans have been wondering what this means for Alicia Clark’s fate, given that star Alycia Debnam-Carey has been in Australia for a while now. The key to remember is that given the travel restrictions with COVID-19, and also given that Debnam-Carey was unable to return home for the greater part of 2020 because of Australia’s strict lockdown rules, it’s likely that she filmed everything early so she could go home. The rules that we used to know don’t apply anymore.
In other words, Alicia Clark is probably going to be just fine in season 6.
Listen: The Undead Walking Podcast episode 35
The other big issue Adam and Sarabeth addressed was World Beyond star Alexa Mansour’s plea for fans to stop harassing her family on social media. Lately, there have been lots of inappropriate contact from people trying to reach the star by attacking and harassing her family, and she’s asked for it to stop. It’s always important to remember that the cast needs to be treated with respect, and fans should never harass them or their families – period.
The second half of the podcast was spent discussing “Find Me.” There was agreement that this episode featured some incredible performances, but there is still some uncertainty about how this episode plays into the larger story.
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