Thousands of fans of AMC's zombie hit 'The Walking Dead' were left hanging by their DVRs on Sunday night, when the final moment of the show's most recent episode was cut short due to a timing issue. Warning to anyone who has yet to see the episode, this article contains marked spoilers below.
Fans immediately took to Twitter, complaining that the episode's final scene was cut short and wondering what happened in the last few seconds.
- @Capp00: Damn. Walking dead ran a min long and dvr didnt get it all. Missed the last part of the convo btw Rick and Carol.
- @do_rand 2h: Comcast screwed up and DVR recording for walking dead ended early. Used to happen all the time for South Park too.
- @jerrellmardis: Damnit The Walking Dead ran a minute longer. Guess who didn't see the last minute of the show? This guy.
For those who did not see the show all the way to the final second, the last scene was perhaps the most important 15 seconds of this week's episode and featured an extremely important plot development.
SPOILER ALERT: For those who don't want to wait until they can catch a reairing of the episode, the final scene was an extremely important development in which Rick asks Carol if she was responsible for killing and burning the bodies of the two characters who were infected. Carol confirms that, yes, she was the one who killed them.
AMC will be rerunning the episode throughout the week and it is also available through most On Demand packages.
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