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Georgie, the 18-year-old rescued golden retriever, took to his Instagram page, @georgie_the_awesome, to show the nation just how cute he really is—and sometimes, it's hard not to agree.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.
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. In the post-apocalyptic world, Georgie has a personality that is rarely seen amongst the survivors. Instead of being violent, mean and demanding, Georgie is calm, kind and seemingly genuine. When faced with three suspicious women, Georgie immediately recognized their suspicion and did nothing but speak calmly with them. When frisked at gunpoint, Georgie simply stated that she was not armed and offered no resistance, even when she was forcefully taken to the Hilltop. In conversing with Maggie's group, Georgie expressed a belief that the dead have brought out the best and worst in humanity, but the worst is outpacing the best at the current time.
However, Georgie feels that that will eventually change and the knowledge she offers can help the best of humanity to build a brighter future in the hard times they are experiencing. Georgie shows a desire for people to believe in people again and to form trust with one another, something that she acknowledges is in short supply in the world. 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.Georgie survived the early stages of the outbreak and eventually became the leader of a group of survivors that aimed to find other communities and make trades where she would offer knowledge on how to make a better future in exchange for crates of food or phonographic records of music. However, over time Georgie and her group stopped encountering new communities and most of the ones they did encounter were not good people. (Source: walkingdead.fandom.com)
Again, we don’t get a location confirmation but we can assume it’s somewhere in Georgia. Way back in season five, Rick’s group was still in the Atlanta area when Beth was kidnapped and eventually killed at Grady Memorial Hospital. They were also not as open to exploring the world as they are now, so Maggie and Glenn likely wouldn’t have considered going to, say, Florida or South Carolina. It’s also possible that Maggie’s Nana could have died prior to the apocalypse (explaining why she never went to search for her) and her home was vacant when the outbreak hit. The "new world" that Rick started and Maggie, Michonne, and Carol have continued owes way more to Georgie than Carl Grimes and his visions of fall festivals and Weird Al singalongs. She's the one who, in Season 8, was flanked by identical twin guards gave Maggie the book full of old-timey handwritten plans. "Windmills, watermills, silos, hand-drawn schematics, guides for refining grain, creating lumber, aqueducts," she said in her singular episode. "A book of medieval human achievement so we may have a future from our past.
Does anyone wander where Georgie went? Maggie told Daryl she went looking for a city out west that she heard about. This poses some questions. Could this city be Omaha, or Campus Colony from World Beyond? Could it also be reference to Fear the Walking Dead if Morgan along with the Fear group, and the Pioneers decided to build up a city together. Could she have went somewhere else entirely? There is also the morbid possibility that Georgie could have been killed in the CRM’s massacre of Campus Colony(though I doubt that). What do you guys think? Another option is to have representatives from all three shows meeting in the Commonwealth. The CRM becomes the common enemy to each show’s group. Worlds Apart Season two sets up a war against CRM. The final TWD season shows Alexandria’s initial contact with CRM. Maybe the next season of FTWD is Morgan’s people dealing with the CRM. The Carol/Daryl spin-off could be the duo heading west to help communities fight CRM and maintain contact with the east coast. The Rick Movies are the grand finale with everyone coming together to overthrow CRM once and for all. (Source:www.reddit.com)