The midseason finale of the fourth season of the AMC drama "The Walking Dead" aired last week, and spoilers are already trickling out about the second half of the season. On Thursday, December 5 Wetpaint Entertainment posted spoilers about the return of Carol Peletier in the next few episodes of the season.
Peletier, played by actress Melissa McBride, was banished from returning to the prison by Rick in the season four episode "Indifference," although she was given a car full of supplies before she drove off into the unknown. Rick made her leave because she confessed to killed David and Karen in the prison to stop the illness from spreading.
Carol has not appeared since that last scene although viewers have seen Rick tell Maggie about what happened when Carol did not return with him. He also told Daryl what happened and Daryl wasn't too happy and seemed to think Carol would never hurt people like that, which speaks to the theory that Carol is covering for someone else.
Comic book creator and show executive producer Robert Kirkman revealed in a recent interview that "Carol would definitely return" before the next season and it's possible that the reappearance could happen as soon as episode ten. Tricia Brock, who is directing the tenth episode, revealed that the episode will feature multiple storylines and different characters so viewers could get a glimpse of what Carol has been up to.
"The Walking Dead" season four will return on Sunday, February 9 at 9 p.m. on AMC. Tune in to find out what happens in the second half of the season. Carol has been on the series since the beginning and has transformed from a timid housewife to a fierce fighter and caretaker. Carol has been teaching the kids how to defend themselves which came in handy when The Governor attacked the prison.
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