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“The Walking Dead”-Star Tom Payne: Jesus war “eine Enttäuschung”Der – unnötige – Tod von Jesus offenbart ein viel größeres Dilemma von „The Walking Dead“: Dem Ensemble gehen langsam die Figuren. Ausgefallene Jesus Twd Kleidung für Damen und Herren ○ Von Künstlern designt und verkauft ○ Einzigartige T-Shirts, Pullover, Tank Tops und mehr. In der TV-Serie "The Walking Dead" zählt die Figur des Jesus seit der 6. Staffel zu den Zuschauerlieblingen. Jetzt stellt sich die Frage: Ist Jesus tatsächlich.
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In the following episode, " Knots Untie ", Jesus is humble about his impressive escape, saying that, "Knots untie, locks get picked, entropy comes from order," suggestive of a philosophy that seeks harmony rather than control.
While he was free, Jesus located, infiltrated and took an accounting of Alexandria's armory and food supplies, and an estimate of their population.
Noting that they are low on provisions, he suggests they trade with his community and takes them to The Hilltop.
When Gregory, The Hilltop's leader, tries to get the upper hand on the Alexandrians who might face starvation without their food, Jesus works his influence to convince The Hilltop that being charitable with the Alexandrians in their time of need and building a relationship of trust and respect will pay back far more in the future than this single exchange.
Jesus also intercedes when Rick and his group stop an assassination attempt on Gregory instigated by Negan, preventing further bloodshed.
The Hilltop has suffered considerably from The Saviors' extortions, and while they did not have enough fighters or ammunition to move against Negan and his gang, Jesus readily volunteers to join when Daryl and the group offers to take out Negan and rescue Craig, a Hilltop hostage.
In the episode " Not Tomorrow Yet ", Jesus is shown to have joined Rick's attack on the Savior's compound. He later comforts Tara who is feeling guilty about lying to Denise and her experiences when she was last involved in an attack on a community of survivors.
Jesus tells Tara that it is her love for Denise which gives her a reason to fight. When gunfire breaks out, Jesus and Tara both urge Andy and Craig to leave, to ensure The Hilltop is not connected to the attack on the Saviors, though Jesus dons his mask and rushes in with confidence that the Saviors will never see him.
He is later seen saving Glenn and Heath from a dying Savior by shooting him before stating "So this is the next world. Jesus first appears in the fifth episode of the season, " Go Getters ", where he attempts to comfort Maggie and Sasha who are hiding in the Hilltop from Negan on their lost loved ones.
Gregory decides that the two of them must leave and when Jesus disagrees, Gregory states he is free to go with them. Sasha later tells Jesus that he should be in charge of the community, though he insists that he just tries to help, Sasha tells him he might have to do more.
When the Hilltop is attacked by walkers let in by the Saviors, Jesus helps Sasha fend them off once again showing off his impressive skills in hand-to hand combat while Maggie destroys the car system drawing them in.
The next day, Jesus continues to argue with Gregory as he refuses to turn away Maggie who is pregnant as well as Sasha as the two helped save them.
When Simon, one of the head Saviors, arrives at the Hilltop, Gregory attempts to turn over the two, but is foiled by Jesus hiding them elsewhere.
When confronted about it, Jesus tells him they are all staying and though he doesn't want to be in charge, Gregory won't be either.
The episode ends with Jesus sneaking aboard one of the Savior's trucks in order to find Negan where he discovers Carl Grimes already there, bent on killing Negan.
Jesus briefly appears in the following episode " Sing Me a Song ", as he and Carl continue towards the Sanctuary.
Jesus uses syrup from the supply shipment to mark a trail for them before suggesting they jump out and continue following on foot as "it's not the fall that gets you.
It's fighting it. He is later seen on top of a truck as Carl leaves the Sanctuary. He is then seen in " Hearts Still Beating " where he finds Daryl inside the Sanctuary and helps him escape.
Jesus is later seen watching Daryl and Maggie reunite with their friends and walks beside them as they go to plan for their fight against the Saviors.
The following episode " Rock in the Road " shows Rick and Jesus failing to convince Gregory to fight the Saviors. They do find several members of the community who come forward to volunteer their help.
As the group discusses strategies for beating the Saviors, Rick states they need more help, Jesus tells them he knows a group who can help.
To this end he brings them to the Kingdom, a flourishing community that are also forced to serve the Saviors. Jesus is shown to be well known there and is on good terms with their leader, King Ezekiel.
When Ezekiel refuses to join their fight, Jesus leaves with the others and later returns to the Hilltop with Sasha.
He provides Sasha with a layout of the Sanctuary to help with her plans to kill Negan though he disagrees with her decision.
When Gregory mentions that he should show more respect or something may happen with the Saviors constantly coming around, Jesus quickly sees Gregory is threatening him.
Gregory denies it, but also claims that he takes care of his friends and that the two of them are not friends. In "Something They Need" , Jesus is part of the group Rick takes to a community called Oceanside with the intent of stealing their weapons.
Their plan succeeds, but Jesus appears to be conflicted about their actions. In the final season "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life" Jesus is with the group questioning Dwight in the prison cell, Rosita announces that the Saviors have Sasha.
She says she does not trust Dwight, but Jesus thinks it may be her only chance to get Sasha back. Jesus reviews Rick's plan with Maggie and Enid while they watch Judith.
Jesus arrives with Maggie leading a convoy of the people of Hilltop just in time to join the fight against the Saviors along with the Kingdom, knocking down the Saviors who were about to kill Rick.
Maggie and Jesus track down a zombified Sasha in the forest and Maggie's eyes fill with tears when Jesus removes her from her misery. Jesus is present when Rick, Maggie and Ezekiel climb onto a platform and address the crowd as the leaders of their respective communities: Alexandria, Hilltop and The Kingdom, united and ready for all out war.
Jesus appears in the season premiere "Mercy" where he joins the assembled army of survivors led by Rick, Maggie and Ezekiel in an attack on the Sanctuary.
When Negan attempts to divide them by having Gregory order the Hilltoppers to return home, Jesus is unsurprised by the betrayal and confidently states that the Hilltop stands with Maggie.
He later splits off with a group to begin attacking the smaller Savior compounds. In "The Damned" , Jesus leads a group in taking control of the compound.
Unlike Morgan or Tara, who advocate killing all the Saviors, Jesus insists on giving the Saviors a chance to surrender, even when one of them takes advantage of this and tries to kill him.
This results in them taking several prisoners despite Tara's objections, stating that Rick will agree with her. This causes conflict with Morgan who believes they should be killed.
When the prisoners attempt an escape, the disagreement culminates in a heated fight, eventually ending in a draw and Morgan leaving the group in frustration.
Once they arrive at Hilltop, Jesus convinces Maggie to put the prisoners in a pair of trailers under armed guard. Jesus remains with the Hilltop community in the year and half following the end of the war with the Saviors, assisting Maggie in running the community.
Following Rick's apparent death, in the six years that follow, Maggie decides to leave Hilltop and join with Georgie and her group, leaving Jesus in charge of Hilltop.
Hilltop continues to flourish under Jesus' eye, though struggles with the divide between the Hilltop and Alexandria communities. He frequently takes secret trips to meet with Aaron, and the two develop a relationship while he trains the latter in martial arts.
On one of these trips, they find Rosita wounded nearby, and race her back to Hilltop. But then he gets what he wants. He gets killed.
While Payne thinks there's room for fans to think Aaron and Jesus could have gotten together in the six years that passed on the show, showrunner Angela Kang has a more simplistic view on the Aaron and Jesus dynamic.
Not all the relationships on the show are necessarily romantic. Some of our deepest relationships are completely platonic ones. Did you view these two as just friends?
With everyone coupling up lately it's tough to spot a relationship that's strictly platonic between members of the opposite sex, but a prime example that comes to mind is Siddiq and Michonne.
But they're two people who certainly shared a philosophy about the world and that really got a lot of strength and enjoyed spending time with each other despite the fact that Alexandria had kind of a hard line rule about the way that they should interact with other people or not.
Jesus and Aaron were sneaking off to meet up, hang out, spar, and maybe more as Tom Payne suggested behind Michonne's back. They were BFF. You can follow along with our "Walking Dead" coverage here.
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Leading up to The Walking Dead season 9 midseason finale, "Evolution," Eugene and Rosita were attempting to draw a herd away from the communities, but that didn't end up going their way.
Eugene was injured, and Rosita had to leave him in a barn in order to make it Hilltop and call for help.
That's when Aaron, Jesus, and Daryl ride out in search for Eugene. After scouring around the area and seeing a herd of walkers behaving strangely, they end up finding him in a barn late at night.
Unfortunately, despite attempting to draw the herd away, the herd caught up with them. In the end, Aaron, Jesus, and Eugene become trapped in a cemetery late at night.
When Michonne, Magna, and Yumiko arrive to help the trio escape from the cemetery, by attempting to open the locked gate, all of them manage to get out except for Jesus, who uses unique skills to kill the walkers coming after them.
Sadly, that is when one "walker" dodges his strike and stabs him in the back, whispering into his ear, " You are where you do not belong.
Elsewhere in The Walking Dead season 9 midseason finale, Negan also "escaped" from his prison cell , all because Gabriel forgot to lock the gate after letting out his frustration over Rosita's injury on Negan.
While audiences don't see where Negan went, what the former Savior leader decides to do next will surely be a topic of discussion as well as one of many focal points when The Walking Dead season 9 returns in February.
Paul "Jesus" Rovia, who's been played by actor Tom Payne since The Walking Dead season 6, dies in The Walking Dead season 9 midseason finale, "Evolution.
Unfortunately, doing that ultimately led to his untimely death in episode 8 this season. Throughout The Walking Dead season 9 midseason finale, the herd of walkers kept following Aaron, Daryl, Eugene and Jesus, no matter where they went.
It's because those walkers were being guided by a new group of villains called the Whisperers. It's a threat unlike anything the communities have ever faced before, and coming to head with them for the first time is certainly something that was always going to leave viewers in shock, particularly non-comic book readers.