Tue. Jul 14th, 2020

[VIDEO]: ‘Walking Dead’ Fans Need ‘Diapers & Tissues’ Before Sunday’s Finale, Highlight Hollywood News

 If you got down on your hands and knees and put your ear against the ground, you would probably hear the low-decibel din of worms, bugs and other sub-surface creatures talking about Sunday night’s Season 6 finale of The Walking Dead. We’ve heard countless claims from cast members and showrunner Scott Gimple about how big the finale will be, and now executive producer Dave Alpert has some interesting advice about two things viewers should procure before watching.
“I suggest diapers and tissues. Diapers and tissues.”  The tissues are more understandable, as it’s assumed some emotionally charged moments will be popping up throughout the episode, which is a half-hour longer than usual. I’ve never come close to crying at anything that happened on The Walking Dead, but I know some fans really let the waterworks go when characters unexpectedly die, or when loved ones come together for brief moments of relief before the next awful thing happens. And Season 6 is ending with one of the most awful moments in the show’s history, when Negan arrives for the first time and shows everyone who’s really the boss of the post-apocalypse.  And he is definitely the boss.
Of course, Alpert didn’t just drop suggestions on people. He also had his own hyperbolic claims about the episode in general.
“I am so excited to see the horrified faces on all my co-workers when I walk into the office Monday morning, because people are going to be losing their minds. This weekend’s episode is going to melt the internet.”
The Walking Dead Season 6 finale airs Sunday night on AMC.
Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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