A person with whom you have an immediate connection the moment you meet, a connection so strong that you are drawn to them in a way you have never experienced before. As this connection develops over time, you experience a love so deep, strong and complex, that you begin to doubt that you have ever truly loved anyone prior. Your soulmate understands and connects with you in every way and on every level, which brings a sense of peace, calmness and happiness when you are around them. And when you are not around them, you are all that much more aware of the harshness of life, and how bonding with another person in this way is the most significant and satisfying thing you will experience in your lifetime. You are also all that much aware of the beauty in life, because you have been given a great gift and will always be thankful.
Dalton Ross|| #TheWalkingDead cast gets emotional talking about what episode 100 means to them.
Andrew Lincoln || “It’s insane. It’s an incredible extraordinary amount of blood, sweat, and tears, and energy and commitment — and enjoyment and love and attention to detail and fight — to reach this milestone. It’s an incredible thing and it was funny because I was talking to my dad a few weeks ago and my dad just said, ‘It’s only a show.’ And I went, ‘Dad, it’s eight years of my life, my blood, sweat, and tears, and effort and energy and care and I’ve created this thing.’ And I said, ‘You used to be a civil engineer. When you build a road and a bridge, is the bridge real or not? ‘And he went, ‘Well, it’s real.’ And I went, ‘Rick Grimes is real.
“He’s just as real as any other part of my life because it’s what we’ve done. Reaching 100 episodes is an astonishing amount of time to spend with this man, in lots of different ways. So yeah, it’s huge. This amount of time with a character I’m sure will never happen again in my career. It’s just absurd. I never thought that I would ever play something for eight years. I keep thinking back to that first episode. I keep thinking back to Jon Bernthal and Sarah Wayne Callies and Jeff DeMunn and all of these incredible actors that we all sort of linked arms and jumped and it stuck.”
Melissa McBride || “I’m just so proud that we’ve come this far and I have a well of gratitude that I’m even still here and that I have met this amazing group of people and have them in my life. And also just the experience of making this show and being a part of it for this long — I’ve never been part of anything like this in my life, and it’s life-changing. To think that 100 episodes in, how we all personally and how our characters have evolved and survived, it’s been remarkable. When I first started, I thought Carol would be around for maybe three episodes. I never, ever, ever could’ve imagined that she would still be here 100 episodes in. No way.
“My mom and dad watch the show and this is probably not a show that they would’ve watched had their daughter not been a part of it, but they’re into it! Just watch that first episode. That first episode remains one of my favorites because of the humanity and the conflict and the heartbreak. That just reeled me in when I was watching the episode. I was like, this is really different. This is amazing. This is heart. This is real story. This could really go somewhere. It’s just special, although I didn’t think that Carol would be part of it.”
Norman Reedus ||
“I never thought we would get this far. I don’t think any of us did. It’s been such a big part of our lives, this show. It never felt like, oh, we’re going to go in and act on a show. It always felt like we were living it. The tears are real. The bruises are real. The friendships are real. The stories are so real to us, and it’s become such a yearbook, this show. It’s like the lines between reality and being on this show are super blurry sometimes. It’s a big achievement for us, and, we’re really proud of the work that we’re doing and the work that we’ve done. It’s been a giant blessing — a hard-fought blessing. It’s been great. It still is great.”
Archie and Jughead work so well together because
“they’re not the same representation of modern masculinity,” Sprouse
says. “Archie’s the muscle in many situations, and Jughead’s the guy
being cynical and looking at stuff from a distance and trying to think
his way out of a box.”
Apa says their story lines
keep them apart for much of this season, but Sprouse adds that “we’re
always pulling for more” to satisfy fans and the actors.
teases that the sixth and seventh episodes of the season offer an
Archie/Jughead team-up that leads them to “figure out if their
friendship is going to survive their differences of opinion (about)
what’s happening in the town of Riverdale.”