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Robert Kirkman, Lauren Cohan Talk “Alone”; Norman Reedus Appears on Tonight Show

This week, Robert Kirkman and Lauren Cohan share their thoughts on “Alone,” while Norman Reedus visits The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon. Plus, Reedus and Steven Yeun take on zombies on E!’s The Soup. Read on for more:

Robert Kirkman tells TheWalkingDead.com about Maggie “definitely coming unhinged” and how the writers are changing Bob’s character vs. the comic book.

Discussing “Alone,” Lauren Cohan tells The Hollywood Reporter why “overall this is maybe the most romantic episode of The Walking Dead so far.”

Entertainment Weekly gets Lauren Cohan’s take on “Alone” and how this is “really the first time we’ve seen Maggie outside of the family Greene and without Glenn.”

Norman Reedus, visiting The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, reads relationship texts aloud, shoots a laser out of his titanium eye socket and reveals, “We have a crazy finale.”

E! Online has a trailer for The Soup, where Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun “join Joel [McHale] as they purge the undead from the E! offices once again.”

Now that Hershel is dead and Glenn and Beth are with different groups, Lauren Cohan tells The Huffington Post, “All the things that have previously identified Maggie and that Maggie has been able to identify herself with are gone.”

Access Hollywood learns from Norman Reedus that “from here on out, it just goes bananas,” regarding The Walking Dead‘s remaining episodes this season.

Emily Kinney talks to CBS New York about Beth and Daryl’s standalone episode last week: “It was great for us as actors and probably for the audience too to really get to know these characters in such an in-depth way.”

The New York Daily News interviews Emily Kinney, who discusses The Walking Dead‘s habit of killing its characters: “You should be scared for everybody. I’m always wondering: Is this the day that one of my friends [in the cast] is going home?”

AMC interviews Norman Reedus, and Wetpaint has some highlights.

Christian Serratos talks to Latina about how she’s playing Rosita, saying, “What I’m trying to bring to her is her sassiness, her confidence and her desire to survive.”

Wetpaint names one of the songs in “Alone” as Lee DeWyze’s “Blackbird Song,” the perfect tune for “all your epic, post-apocalyptic adventures.”

• Meanwhile, Thomas Golubi?, who was Breaking Bad‘s music supervisor, talks to Radio.com about choosing the music for “Alone.”

Forbes points out that the people, not the walkers, “pose the biggest danger” in The Walking Dead.

What Culture has some The Walking Dead-related questions (and answers) that are “burning in fan minds across the globe.”

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel cites The Walking Dead as the prime example of the “fantastic and macabre” shows proliferating on TV these days.

BuzzFeed showcases a custom-made Michonne Barbie-type doll, asking, “Seriously. How awesome is this?”

• For recaps and reviews of Season 4, Episode 13, “Alone,” check out Access Hollywood, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, ComicBook.com, Entertainment Weekly, the Los Angeles Times, MTV, the New York Daily News, OnTheRedCarpet.com, San Jose Mercury News, The Star-Ledger, Time, TVLine, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and Zap2it.

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