Top 5 Moments from The Walking Dead Season 11C

Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes - The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 24 - Photo Credit: Curtis Bonds Baker/AMC
Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes - The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 24 - Photo Credit: Curtis Bonds Baker/AMC /

The Walking Dead has concluded with season 11C AKA: Part 3. As final episodes of a series go, it was nothing short of brilliant, from the surprise deaths and epic speeches, to the reveal of the walker variants, and Rick and Michonne’s whereabouts.

We chose five moments, in particular, to talk about below. Listed in no particular order, be aware that there are spoilers ahead!

5. Sebastian’s Death

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Teo Rapp-Olsson as Sebastian – The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 18 – Photo Credit: Jace Downs/AMC /

Sebastian Milton, Governor Pamela Milton’s son, stuck to the trope we had seen previously on the AMC series. He’s vain, disillusioned and believes everything should be handed to him without having to work for it.

It is rather ironic that he did not want to become Governor of The Commonwealth. All the same, his death was long overdue and happened in a rather gruesome yet satisfying way.

When Max overhears that Sebastian is to be the next Governor after his mother, she becomes infuriated. She tricks him into talking candidly, all the while recording the whole conversation.

On the day of Commonwealth’s Founder’s Day, Max has Eugene play the tape. The people become angered just as walkers arrive.

In the process, Sebastian seeks Max, hoping to kill her when a walker approaches. Eugene saves the day by pushing the walker into Sebastian.

Unable to fend off the walker, a whole crowd watches as it kills him. In hindsight it’s ridiculous that some of the people accuse Eugene of murdering Sebastian, when there were tons of people who did nothing to save him.

4. Outpost 22

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Paola Lázaro as Juanita ‘Princess’ Sanchez – The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 22 – Photo Credit: Jace Downs/AMC /

Pamela Milton may have appeared genuine in the beginning but once something goes wrong, you see her true self emerge. The death of Sebastian truly breaks her heart, and she wants Eugene to pay.

To ensure that Yumiko defends Pamela and not Eugene in court, she has all of her friends captured and sent to Outpost 22. What Pamela didn’t know was that Daryl and Carol managed to evade capture and that Maggie, Gabriel, and Rosita escape while enroute.

What she also failed to realize is that Outpost 22 was once their home, Alexandria. Which means they have the advantage over the soldiers.

It is during many of our characters’ time in Outpost 22 that we get amazing scenes from Negan and especially Ezekiel, who manages to rally enough prisoners with his powerful message.

3. The Walker Variants

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Ross Marquand as Aaron – The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 19 – Photo Credit: Jace Downs/AMC /

Why the walker variants chose to reveal themselves once again this late in the game is beyond me. Perhaps this will come into play during the upcoming spinoffs, but I suppose better late than never.

These walkers, as we had previously gotten a taste of in The Walking Dead: World Beyond spinoff and way back in The Walking Dead season 1, are fast, vicious, and capable of climbing, picking up objects and opening doors. When Aaron, Lydia, Elijah, and Jerry first encounter them on their way to Oceanside, they automatically think The Whisperers have returned.

But they quickly realize these are actual walkers. Insert Aaron claiming he heard stories about these walkers (honestly, when?), and before you know it, Commonwealth soldiers are seeing these variants firsthand.

Of course, by then it’s too late. Walkers are breeching The Commonwealth, killing soldiers left and right and by the very end of the season they are not addressed again.

While I do take issue with their late appearance, it did make for some interesting television watching from between my fingers, while my anxiety levels raised to immeasurable amounts.

2. Rosita’s Death

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Christian Serratos as Rosita Espinosa – The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 24 – Photo Credit: Jace Downs/AMC /

Rosita quickly established herself as one of the strongest and toughest fighters in the group. She had several relationships on the series, but perhaps none was stronger than her friendship with Eugene.

After she and Siddiq have a quick fling that leads her to becoming pregnant, her role as mother took shape. Her daughter Coco became her entire world, as she was ready to put her before the duties of a Commonwealth soldier.

It is such a shame and heartbreaking to even reminisce now, that she died protecting her only child. Rosita’s initial fall from climbing up the pipe and into the walkers will forever be remembered as probably her best moment in the series as a whole.

She refuses to give up and ensures her child’s safety at the cost of her life. Eugene is the first to know of her walker bite and the last to be with her as she passes away.

The moments where we see her progressively get worse and worse, really lets the realization sink in that she’s going to pass away and not see her daughter grow up in a better world. Truly tragic.

1. Rick and Michonne’s Whereabouts

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Danai Gurira as Michonne – The Walking Dead _ Season 11, Episode 24 – Photo Credit: Curtis Bonds Baker/AMC /

The biggest questions on everyone’s minds is, where is Rick and Michonne. The Walking Dead couldn’t possibly end without revealing what happened to the king and queen of the walker apocalypse.

Thankfully, the last moments we see of the series is the two of them. Michonne’s mission to find him remains just as strong as when we last saw her.

Rick’s mission to escape the CRM and return to his family continues to be his one and only focus. It feels as though the two are world’s apart but they might actually be closer to finding each other than they think.

We don’t know why the CRM wants Rick so badly. We don’t know how he escaped and what awaits for him upon recapture.

We don’t know where Michonne is in relation to Rick and how long it has been since she started searching.

But we are grateful to have seen them once more and before the couple’s spinoff due to air sometime next year.

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