The Walking Dead, first episode of season 5--where was Maggie?
I finally got a chance to watch the first episode of season 5 last night, which aired Sunday, on the 12th. I don't recall seeing Maggie anywhere. If I remember correctly, Glenn and Maggie were united at the end of season 4, and they arrived at "Terminus" first, before Rick and the others. Did the hunters kill and eat her first? The episode made no mention of what happened to Maggie, where's Maggie?!
Good question. Was that her in the train car at the very end of the episode? After they show everyone together at the little cabin, the cameras go back to show a few women in a train car and you get the sense the man is getting ready to rape them or something. The scene was dark and I only saw the faces for a few seconds so I couldn't tell if it was her or not. If it was, you'd think someone in the group outside would've mentioned something about going back to find her.
Sheila, I believe that was a flashback of what happened to the "Hunters" before they devolved into cannibals. No, the group was suspiciously sans Maggie, and no mention of what might have happened to her..this is going to drive me nuts!
You will see her at 21 minutes and 35 minutes along with a couple other times. I am a devout TWD fan. I assure you she was in it.
Maybe you mean "Beth". Maggie was in the episode. The focus of the story-line was more on Rick, Darryl, Glenn and the drunk guy who were brought to a butcher place to kill them while the other group that includes Maggie were inside the train cart.
No, I really dislike Beth. Maggie must of had a limited number of lines, if at all, cause I don't recall hearing her even speak. Although I was a bit distracted while watching it. Thanks everyone for replying, besides that a great start for season5
Maggie was briefly glimpsed several times in the episode, still trapped in the trailer/container with the other members of the "crew" who weren't brought into the butchering/'processing' area.
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