“The Walking Dead” season 3 airs its newest episode tonight, which is titled, “Clear." Fans are hoping this means Rick will find his way out of the insanity he’s been dealing with this season, as "clear" may be a hint of this. This week's episode is one of the few left leading up for the promised “jaw-dropping finale.” "The Walking Dead" writers are setting the stage for how season three is going to end, according to Just Jared on Sunday, March 3, 2013.
While the stage is being set, the finale is something that you’ll never see coming, reports Dallas Roberts, who plays Milton, the Governor’s top henchman. Dallas promises, “there will be millions of mouths agape” at the end of the final episode for “The Walking Dead” season three.
As the episodes progress toward the finale, you will see the show getting “stronger, crazier and weirder. That’s usually the case with this runaway hit from AMC. How much weirder can it get than the living dead walking the earth and looking for people to have for lunch? With the creative writers they have on this show, the sky's the limit.
One question that fans of the show undoubtedly have on their minds is the fate of Lori’s ghost. She hasn’t appeared in the last couple of episodes, so is she gone for good, or will she show up to warn the group of pending trouble. If Lori was the guardian angel, she would have been around to warn Rick of the Governor’s ambush at the prison with the box truck that unleashed a walker bomb.
The cast hinted to a few of the show’s upcoming story lines at the PaleyFest at the Saban Theater Friday night in Hollywood. Andrew Lincoln, who plays Rick, and Laurie Holden, who plays Andrea, joined the rest of the cast at this event.
All the hints led to the same conclusion, “The Walking Dead” is going to end season three with a bang! Season four is already a sealed deal, so it’s bound to be a cliff-hanger of some sorts that the AMC show will offer as it closes out this season.
Screen Crush has already leaked some of what fans can look forward to in season 4 of "The Walking Dead." The gore and gun fights will not take center stage as the people behind the scenes want the cast of the show to shine more in the next season. They will be showing the characters in more depth and the story line will revolve around the relationships the survivors have with their fellow human beings.
Executive Producer, Greg Nicotero, said that they want the characters to appear more grounded in season 4. This is what keeps the fans coming back, to follow the fate of their favorite characters and this is what the show is going to offer next season, more about the people in everyday life, as it is in this new world they're living in.