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Sonequa Martin-Green, who plays Sasha in hit zombie series The Walking Dead, has shared a theory on the show might end.
Speaking to fans at the PaleyFest event in New York, Martin-Green said she had borrowed the theory from TV legend Larry King.
According to ComicBook, she suggested: “How about last shot, last everything, whoever’s there, we get to the coast, you pan out, and you see all this ships blockading, in which you find out that it’s just America.”
Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick Grimes in The Walking Dead, also shared a more lighthearted theory on how his character exit the show.
“So, we’re going through a desert somewhere and I jump off the bus,” Lincoln suggested. “In a very heroic act, Rick jumps off, ‘Cororororal.’ He’s still alive. Maybe it’s the last thing I say.”
“I jump off and I’m like kung-fu kicking, earn my action figure, half way through I get bit… Ow! Doesn’t matter, keep going!” Lincoln continued. “Anyway, I deal with that, and I’m dying on my own. Just waiting to die. I wait and I patch up and a day passes.”
Lincoln went on: “I patch myself up, I don’t die. The final shot is, ‘Holy shit! Maybe I’m the cure!’ High shot, the whole thing… High shot, herd of zombies coming: Rick gets up, follows the tracks to go see ‘Coral,’ walking, the herd comes towards him, and they separate. He walks through. Boom!”