Walking Dead Finale Makes Twitter Sad

Posted: Dec 2 2013, 2:30am CST | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Walking Dead Finale makes Twitter Sad
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Do not read on if you still want to watch the last episode of The Walking Dead that aired last night. The Walking Dead mid-season finale has a lot of characters die.

Walking Dead mid-season finale aired on AMC last night. If you TiVoed it do not read on. In the finale of The Walking Dead a popular character amongst lots of others dies. Hershel is gone. TVLine via TV Balla has an interview with Scott Wilson over the demise of his character. Fans of the show already miss him and express their sadness on Twitter. Walking Dead returns February 2014.

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