The Walking Dead final season
1) This episode’s “Previously on The Walking Dead” — Focusing on Lance Hornsby’s determination to find the Riverbenders at Hilltop, Daryl telling Maggie to allow the Commonwealth to search Hilltop, Sebastian Milton forcing Daryl and Rosita to loot the house of his late friend, Cooper, Rosita telling Connie that the Commonwealth needs to know the horrific lengths Sebastian went to for money, Eugene asking Governor Milton’s assistant, Max, to steal files on the people named on a list secretly given to Connie, and Hornsby presenting Leah Shaw a job offer — is voiced by Lauren Cohan.
2) This episode gets its name from the setting we’re presented with after the show returns from the title sequence: “19 Hours and one Act of God ago…”.
3) The coin Lance Hornsby flips has a picture of President Milton on it and was minted in 1982 (Or, at the very least, has that date on it, though it’s hard to imagine that year having any other significance beyond its mintage), has a buffalo on it, and, instead of the nation’s motto of “E Pluribus Unum” or “In God we trust”, has the words “Pedestre Mortuus est”, which roughly translates to “Walking Dead”.
4) Since living presidents (Or living people in general) can’t be on the money in the U.S., this would mean that President Milton could have been president no later than the 1976-1980 term of office, though it’s unlikely he’d appear on coins only two years after leaving. This suggests he was president some years earlier. As to which presidency from our own timeline he’d replace, it’s impossible to tell.
5) It should also be noted that the coin has no denomination or value marker on it. Is it some sort of seal of the president? Or does the buffalo indicate the coin is a nickel? Buffalo did grace the five-cent piece for a couple of decades starting in the 1910s but wouldn’t appear on coins again until 2006, so perhaps that tradition carried on for longer in this universe?