Throughout his imprisonment, Negan wanted nothing more than to get Lucille back, to know she was safe and sound and somewhere in Alexandria. But she wasn’t. We learn in this episode that his bat was abandoned under the tree where he had his final battle with Rick Grimes.Apr 4, 2021
Negan’s chosen victim is Abraham, whom he bludgeons to death with Lucille. Enraged, Daryl rushes Negan and punches him in the face, only to be stopped by three Saviors. As a reprisal for Daryl’s attack, Negan beats Glenn to death in front of Maggie, his wife.
After discovering that Lucille had committed suicide, a grief-stricken Negan wrapped the bat in barbed wire and eventually named it Lucille in honor of his late wife. As his wife stood by him and helped him get through life before the apocalypse, the bat is a symbolic reminder of her.
After his wife died of cancer, the bat was the first weapon he got his hands on in the initial outbreak. He couldn’t bring himself to put his wife down after she turned, so all the memories he had left of her last living moments were in that bat. It, along with her memory helped him survive for as long as he has.
When asked if she could have someone drive her home, she attempted to call Negan and then Janine, both went straight to voicemail. Lucille then called Negan’s probation officer and discovered their meeting wasn’t for another two weeks. Looking at her call history, she realized Negan was having an affair with Janine.
|The Walking Dead character|
|Daryl Dixon, as portrayed by Norman Reedus in the television series|
|First appearance||“Tell It to the Frogs” (2010)|
|Created by||Frank Darabont Charles H. Eglee Jack LoGiudice|
With the barrel end wrapped in barbed wire, Lucille is the iconic baseball bat that Negan wields to not only intimidate others, but eliminate them as well. Lucille is an adult role playing replica crafted with exact specifications as seen on the hit television series ‘The Walking Dead’.
The nails may also bend, making it ineffective unless the nails were pried up. In fact, the nails may have a hard time penetrating the skull before bending, which would require the bat’s blunt force to do damage, negating the purpose of putting nails through it.
Judge Julie Smith said while state law does not specifically list a modified baseball bat as a dangerous weapon, the bat qualifies under the law as a knife because it is “capable of inflicting cutting or tearing wounds and is also capable of producing death or serious bodily injury.”
No plastic, rubber or foam; Lucille is constructed entirely of wood and metal”, though that one comes with a disclaimer: “Needless to say, this is not a toy.
He genuinely respected Carl to the point where he had plans to groom him to be a Savior. Despite threatening to kill him more than once, he became emotional when he heard that Carl had passed away.
Lucille Dies, Negan Lives
By the time, Negan returns with the drugs, it’s too late. Lucille is dead and come back as a walker. It’s a moment that would break anyone, and it certainly changes Negan.
It’s eventually revealed that Maggie left the Hilltop to help Georgie and her group with another community far away. In “The Storm,” after the trade fair massacre, its mentioned that several letters have been sent to Maggie about the war with the Whisperers, but she hasn’t responded to them.
Trying and failing to get in touch with Negan and her friend Janine after her MRI, she realizes they are having an affair. Lucille doesn’t tell Negan that she knows about it, though she waits for him at home later that night with a gun by her side. Instead, she tells him she has cancer.
Simon is a wildly unpredictable and brutally sadistic sociopath. Much like Negan, he is shown to be very charismatic and intelligent to a fault.
Jadis talks this way because her language frame of reference has shrunk dramatically. For the length of time since the breakdown (at least 4–5 years?) she’s not had access to a full, common language culture, so her language has degraded, and the language her group speaks becomes the new standard way of speaking.
Carol (Melissa McBride) observes this, and shortly after takes Negan to Leah’s cabin, claiming the Alexandrian council voted to banish Negan so that he could live away from Maggie.
The episode opens with a flashback to when Michonne and Andrea were camping in the winter. As the two eat, Andrea asks about her pet walkers, Mike and Terry. Michonne ignores her and declines a chance to talk about it. However, Michonne says they were not human to begin with and that they deserved what they got.
Michonne appeared to have an aversion to babies, as she vehemently refused to hold Rick’s daughter Judith until Beth Greene forced her to, and, while looking at Judith, shed tears, before hugging Judith close. Michonne later establishes that this is a manifestation of the guilt she feels for losing her own son, Andre.
Lori was a teacher. Glenn was a pizza boy. Andrea worked in like a government building or something.
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