Tyreese’s death still appears to be unfair. It was the meatiest role of Chad Coleman’s profession, and it felt like he had a great deal of story to tell. He’s on this rundown for the unusual presentation of his death. Tyreese got chomped by Noah’s revived brother. It was an hour where he’s caught in a kid’s bedroom and compelled to face his fears before proceeding to the other side. In a show that is now and then excessively servile, some of the best portions are these sorts of bottle episodes (see “Here’s Not Here”) and “What Happened and What’s Going On”.
7. Andrea Harrison
Lamentably, the writers of “The Walking Dead” never knew what to do with Andrea. It’s a disgrace, since she is still alive in the comics and is a standout amongst the most renegade characters. To start with, her show partner appeared to follow the direction initially laid out for her by Robert Kirkman. Season 3 saw her get romantically linked with The Governor. While it’s not an awful thought as such, it wound up being an easy route to offing her in a way that felt quite terrible. After Andrea double-crosses Brian Blake, he binds her to a seat by Milton, who’s mortally injured and going to be zombified. In spite of the fact that he puts forth a valiant effort while still alive to help Andrea flee, it’s past the point of no return when Rick and his gang discover her. She’s been bitten and wishes to end her own life. It began a baffling pattern on “The Walking Dead” of disposing of characters who were turning out to be excessively challenging to write for.