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The Walking Dead hints it was Carol (Melissa McBride) who freed Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) from jail in Sunday's 1011, 'Morning Star.'

After All, Carol wants Alpha dead more than anyone for what she did to Henry. ... Carol really needs this. Jace Downs/AMC. Assuming it was Carol who released Negan from his cell, then it almost certainly came with a condition - killing Alpha - and no one wanted Alpha dead more than Carol. One of the last shot of the episode shows Carol on the rooftop with a map.

Carol remembers that Jacob stayed out west to help some survivors in Texas. This is a … After leaving Negan, she walks through the woods, but she isn’t alone -- Alpha’s there with her. Carol (Melissa McBride) could finally meet Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in The Walking Dead Season 10. Carol wrestled with her decision to free Negan when she was seen studying Glenn's portrait before the Hilltop went to war with the Whisperers in Season 10 episode "Morning Star."

Carol and Negan's secret deal to kill Alpha is revealed in this new clip from this Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead season 10.

Following the collapse of her fairy tale …

Warning: Spoilers for the tenth The Walking Dead, including this week’s episode, “Walk with Us,” will be found below. Negan, being Negan, the type of guy who would probably hit on a well-shaped tree in the right context, is all about this. Or at least it’s heavily implied that that’s the case, with Negan heading straight to a meetup with Carol after he took out Alpha. As Negan is trying to make a case for his place in Alexandria to Daryl, Carol appears to have plans to get away. Or at least it's heavily implied that that's the case, with Negan heading straight to a meetup with Carol after he took out Alpha. Alpha informs Carol that she’s lost, and then mentions Henry as well as Sophia. Warning: Spoilers for the tenth The Walking Dead season, including this week’s episode, “Walk with Us,” will be found below. Carol then asks Negan if he wants to take out Alpha (Samantha) for her — a question that leads to a surprisingly compassionate answer from … Instead, he apparently had been secretly working with Carol (Melissa McBride) as he infiltrated the Whisperers. Or at least it’s heavily implied that that’s the case, with Negan heading straight to a meetup with Carol after he took out Alpha. A ‘The Walking Dead’ Preview Teases The Season’s Biggest Moment [SPOILERS] ... Alpha leads Negan away from the rest of the pack and he decapitates her.

“Took you long enough,” Carol says to Negan in the final seconds of this week’s episode, “Walk with Us,” as Negan rolls Alpha’s decapitated head over to … Instead, he apparently had been secretly working with Carol (Melissa McBride) as he infiltrated the Whisperers. That would be an exciting turn in both Carol and Negan's stories. Though she had developed a bizarre friendship with Negan, she chose to let AJ talk to her father.

Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) captured Negan eight … This is a wild direction to go, or at least that’s how it … Assuming it was Carol who released Negan from his cell, then it almost certainly came with a condition - killing Alpha - and no one wanted Alpha dead more than Carol. This could imply that she was the one who let Negan out and ordered him to infiltrate the Whisperers’ camp and kill their leader. Melissa McBride as Carol Peletier, Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan - The Walking Dead _ Season 10, Episode 14 - Photo Credit: Jace Downs/AMC She mentions this to Daryl and AJ, to whom she trusted the most.

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