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The Walking Dead: Melissa McBride on the evolution of Carol from then to now
By SP_COP on September 29, 2015 | From www.ew.com
The Walking Dead: Melissa McBride on the evolution of Carol from then to now All the characters on The Walking Dead have been forced to adapt and evolve to survive in the zombie apocalypse, but no character has adapted and evolved more than Carol Peletier. We spoke to actress Melissa McBride about Carol’s journey over the first five seasons and what to expect coming up when season 6 debuts on Oct. 11.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So how is this community of Alexandria holding up in season 6?
MELISSA McBRIDE: The conflicts that suddenly arose there at the end of the finale in season 5, we’re going to find out how people are relating to their different points of view, and seeing how the loss of Reg affected Deanna and her point of view, and the threat of the walkers. So I think really everyone’s point of view is challenged and we’re going to see how that all pans out.

So it’s not yet one big happy family.
No, it’s not. It’s been difficult because the Alexandrians have been so safe behind their walls, they really don’t get the scope of the threat. Our group is trying to protect itself and provide a safe haven without their world turning upside down. So we’re having to play it safe and Carol is playing two faces. Hopefully get everybody in the community to live together and survive together by implementing the same survival tactics. But I don’t know.

So what kind of Carol are we going to see in season 6?
When we left off in season 5 the Alexandrians were still unaware of her little undercurrents. So I think when we get back there’s going to be the Alexandrian Carol and then she’s still got work to do. So we’ll see her other side.

Has it been fun for you to play that Alexandrian Carol side with that PTA, Junior League, current to her?
It’s been a lot of fun to play both sides of Carol. And I feel like approaching the role is becoming more entertaining for me. Whereas I was just so close to her story from when we first met her in season 1, you know, and she’s moved beyond that and now she’s someone I feel like is a really good friend of mine. She’s super, super close to me, and she’s moving on — maybe faster than I am moving on with her....
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