Talking Dead returns this evening with special guests Lauren Cohan And Sonequa Martin-Green. Did you watch the last episode of Talking Dead? The special celebrity guests were Norman Reedus Emily Kinney, and JB Smoove. If you missed it we have a full and detailed recap, right here.
Talking Dead features host Chris Hardwick who also hosted Talking Bad. Chris will spend time with fans, actors, producers and tv enthusiasts, recapping tonight’sTheWalking Dead episode, and taking questions and comments from viewers. Fans may continue to engage with the after-show following the on-air conclusion, online, at AMC.com for more videos, weekly polls and photo galleries of the guests featured on the series.
This week on Talking Dead joining Chris are two actresses from the show. The first will be Lauren Cohen who plays Maggie Greene on The Walking Dead. The second actress is Sonequa Martin-Green plays Sasha on The Walking Dead. Before joining The Walking Dead, Martin-Green was best known for playing Courtney Wells on The Good Wife and Tamara on Once Upon a Time. Tonight’s guests will discuss the evening’s proceedings and take your questions live.
Talking Dead airs tonight, at 10 PM ET on AMC. While you wait for the recap, Celeb Dirty Laundry offers a live recap of tonight’s The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 13, “Alone”. [CLICK HERE]
RECAP: Chris introduces Lauren Cohan and Sonequa Martin-Green; Chris asks Sonequa how Sasha is so strong. Sonequa says she is a small woman but she is a fire fighter and is used to having to carry a lot and deal with tough situations. Sonequa says that the episode is all about facing fears together, Chris asks Lauren about Maggie and how she is reacting from being separated from Glenn; Lauren says it’s the only thing that keeps Maggie sane. Chris asks why Maggie is so uncomfortable with having the others go with her. Chris asks Lauren about Maggie and how she is keep moving to help process her lost of her father Hershel. Lauren says that Maggie always focused on her family before instead of wanting revenge on the Governor but now she is completely wanting to find Glenn. Sonequa says that Sasha was in Woodbury that was called a utopia so she feels that Terminus must be too good to be true; she believes that it will not go well. Chris asks why Sasha is sad about Tyreese being gone; Sonequa says they have been together since the beginning and he was always there for her. Chris asks why Maggie isn’t after Beth; Lauren says that she believes that Glenn is her feeling of safe and probably believes Beth is with him.
Chris brings up a fan about how Sonequa believes how Sasha felt having Bob kiss her; Sonequa says that she felt it was more of gesture of Bob telling her that he will take care of her and wont leave her alone but used it against him to stay with her instead but it didn’t work well; Chris gives the fan a jar of pigs feet. Chris says the kiss was really awkward; he just feels that something isn’t right about Bob. Sasha says that it’s the first time seeing someone struggle with addiction and Bob is a alcoholic and it’s hard to see someone willing to do anything for the addiction; Chris feels Bob is super weird. Lauren says that he was responsible for Beth’s boyfriend dying and Chris mentions he never saw Bob blink once the whole series; Chris asks why BOb is upset about Maggie leaving. Lauren says that Bob is no longer alone and he was happy to finally have people with him.
Lauren mentions that her and Steven keep a distance from each other when they don’t film at all; she is pretty amazed when they actually see each other on Saturday’s.
Chris says they had an amazing zombie fight scene; Lauren says the sign was really heavy to kill zombies with. Sasha mentions that it took all day to film that scene and didn’t expect the scene to be that much; she gets so anxious about hurting the extras so she swings weirdly at times. Chris says that it was so gross to see Daryl smearing the corpses face; Chris asks if they shot the scene of her finger painting. Lauren says they did and so many others scenes they filmed; a caller asks what Maggie would do if Glenn did die on the bus. Lauren says that she has a sister to find as well, she would keep going to find her. Lauren mentions how Maggie believes Glenn will have everything she is looking for.
Chris brings up another fan from the audience named Brandon and he asks Lauren if she thinks Maggie would approve of Beth and Daryl’s relationship; Lauren says she is enjoying Daryl and Beth’s relationship at the moment. Chris asks if it’s right to love in this world; Lauren says it is because it has made Maggie more strong willed and stronger to move on. Chris gives Brandon pigs feet in a jar as well. Sonequa believes that Beth is stronger than she knows and that Daryl is bringing out the tough side of her to fight; Chris says he watches the show like they are actual people. Lauren says in the second half of the season is doing things in tribute to Hershel; the way they have faith everything is going to be okay. Chris asks if Hershel’s death gave the group strength; Lauren says she hopes any death in the serious improves the heroism and strength in everyone. A caller asks how terrifying when shooting the fog scene; Maggie says that the whole group is being blinded right now. Sonequa mentions she could not see a single thing in the fog; it was so real and it was easy to act since they literally could not see a thing.
Chris asks what is the most important human trait to keep in the apocalypse; Sonequa says hope is the best and it keeps you from moving on in such a horrible world. A fan asks if Maggie and Glenn have a chance of a family in such a world; Lauren says that a proper wedding ceremony would be nice but of course they’d love to be a family but it depends on what happens. Chris mentions that whenever a guy takes a punch laughs then you can see he will be a sick person; he doesn’t trust the new guy Daryl met. A caller asks if Sasha never saw Maggie would she have stayed or decided to move on to find Bob; Sonequa says she feels that she would have stayed there for a while but she would without a doubt be afraid to be alone.
The sneak peek shows a kitchen with a kettle on it; you hear a child laughing and outside the window we see a kid playing with a walker.