Georgie walking dead

Georgie walking dead

Georgie walking dead

With Georgie having entered the dreaded adult age, she is feeling pressured to find a job. But all the jobs she applies for turn out to be dead ends. This is particularly true for her office job, which she begins to realize doesn’t offer her the best of either worlds.Years after her first and so far only appearance on The Walking Dead, Sunday's extended Season 10 premiere reveals what happened to Georgie (Jayne Atkinson). Along with the twin sisters Hilda and Midge (Kim and Misty Ormiston), Georgie approached the Hilltop to barter in Season 8 episode "The Key." In exchange for crates of food and phonograph records — no spoken word — Georgie offered Maggie (Lauren Cohan) a "key to a future." An evolving document of medieval human achievement "so we may have a future from our past," the key gave Maggie the tools to build up the Hilltop colony with a promise that Georgie would be back — and expecting great things.


Georgie is an intelligent woman who believes that the future of the world can be found through humanity's past achievements and skills which have been mostly forgotten in the present day due to the onset of modern technology. Georgie has believed in this for so long, that she was working on putting together a book containing this knowledge even before the Apocalypse. Georgie possesses a great enough knowledge of these matters to create plans and schematics by hand to put in the book.

Not much is known about Georgie's life prior to or as the outbreak began, except that she used to work as a professor. At some point in her life, she began writing a book that she called "A Key to a Future", where she put handwritten plans for windmills and watermills as well as hand-drawn schematics which act as guides to refining grain, creating lumber and aqueducts. Georgie also created photocopies of the book over time. (Source:walkingdead.fandom.com)


Georgie the zombie spent the day on the living room carpet, tracing out origami figures with little rotting hands."We were in this little place near Knoxville a couple summers ago. We had this group, we taught them to reroute water, build a forge. She heard about this city out west, so she and the twins went out there to check it out," Maggie says, possibly suggesting a connection to Texas-set spin-off Fear the Walking Dead. "I stayed back with Hershel. And not long after, the place fell, and we ran. I haven't seen her since."

When asked whether Georgie will ever return to The Walking Dead or revisit the Hilltop, which has since been burnt to the ground, Atkinson told Entertainment Weekly in 2018, "I couldn't possibly tell you. Nudge, nudge. Wink, wink. ... She says she'll be back, I'm going to take her at her word."Ever since she first popped up out of nowhere in Season 8, “The Walking Dead” fans have been speculating non-stop about what Georgie’s (Jayne Atkinson) role will be in the future. Even though she has not appeared again since, Georgie’s impact has been felt — especially when we discovered that Maggie (Lauren Cohan) has made her exit from the show by joining up with Georgie’s quest to bring civilization back to the world. (Source: www.thewrap.com)



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