On Jan. 18 Wetpaint let it slip that Carol was supposed to be the one to die instead of T-Dog in the "Killer Within" episode of "Walking Dead." Does that make your opinion of the show any different? Many people feel that it does. That wasn't originally how the script was written but in the end, it seemed just considering Lori also died in the same episode.
In a show like "Walking Dead," the characters know that at any time, they could be next. When a producer calls, it is likely because the character is getting killed. Greg Nicotero, a co-executive producer of the show says that he thinks it's sad because he knows before his actors do who is going to die, and he can't even say anything because it could change at any moment.
The script isn't 100 percent solid because things can change at any moment, demographics being the main reason as to why someone would go before they are scheduled to. There has been no word on the official reason as to why they chose T-Dog, an essential character in their defense, over Carol.
Some fans don't see this as a good change because they don't see Carol as an essential part of "Team Prison." What do you think of the change in script?