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'The Walking Dead' season 4 spoilers: Expect a controversial and radical episode

Andrew Lincoln plays Rick Grimes in "The Walking Dead"
Photo by Laura Cavanaugh

Fans are anxiously waiting for the second half of season 4 to air. Thankfully, there are only a few more weeks to wait. Until then, spoilers and theories have been circulating the Internet. On Jan. 9, Opposing Views revealed some hints on what is to come.

Warning: If you do not want to know "The Walking Dead" season 4 spoilers, then stop reading.

The mid-season finale was shocking and some unexpected things happened. Hershel ended up being executed in front of his own daughters and baby Judith went missing, but her bloody car seat was left behind. So what is going to happen next?

Andrew Lincoln hinted that things are not going to be easy and that viewers haven't seen anything yet. Speaking to Yahoo!, the actor said,

“The back eight is more radical than ever before. It’s almost a tale of two seasons.” Andrew said. “It really is that radical, the difference between the first eight and the back eight.”

He also said that the strongest episodes are in the second half. He added that one of those episodes will be the most controversial episode they have done. This really makes viewers wonder what is going to happen, but those that have read the comics have some ideas.

There are fans speculating that Maggie will commit suicide or Carl will nearly be raped by a group of bandits, which is definitely controversial. Fans will just have to wait until "The Walking Dead" season 4 returns on Feb. 9 to find out what the controversial and radical episode is all about.

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