On the season 4 premiere of "The Walking Dead," viewers met Bob Stookey and learned that Daryl spotted him out in the wilderness and brought him to the prison one week prior. His character is mysterious and fans are unsure whether he can be trusted or not. On Oct. 30, Wet Paint revealed what Robert Kirkman had to say about Lawrence Gilliard, Jr.'s character.
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Robert Kirkman said,
“We like the fact that this is the world of The Walking Dead and there is a question of, ‘Who can you trust?’ We've just proven that you can't even trust Carol and they've been with her since the very beginning of this show.”
The creator of the show also said that the group may or may not be able to trust Bob Stookey and fans will just have to wait and see.
In the comic books, Bob was a former Army medic who had a problem with drinking, which is similar to the character on the television series. But in the graphic novels, Stookey came to Woodbury with a group and he saved the Governor's life when Michonne attacked him.
Could Stookey really be on the Governor's side or is a valuable new member of the group?
What do you think will happen with Bob Stookey on "The Walking Dead?" Will he be a trustworthy member of the group or does he have other plans?