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The Walking Dead Cast Do A Hilarious Coral Impression In Behind the Dead Special Episode

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The Walking Dead Cast Do A Hilarious Coral Impression In Behind the Dead Special Episode

There have been ample memes in the eight season of The Walking Dead along with innumerable zombies. However, what most stands out in The Walking Dead is the way in which Rick Grimes played by Andrew Lincoln pronounces “Carl.”

Carl Grimes (essayed by Chandler Riggs) is the name of the only son of deputy sheriff Rick Grimes and his late wife, Lori Grimes in The Walking Dead. Over the years, a lot of joke associated with Lincoln’s pronunciation of ‘Carl’ has hit the internet. The way in which Lincoln pronounces ‘Carl’ might sound a little like ‘Coral’.

The entire cast of The Walking Dead did their best “Coral” impressions (Scroll down below for the video) during the 100th episode of the show in their special episode Behind the Dead, which hit the TV screens last week, ahead of last Sunday’s season 8 premiere.

Both the past and the present star cast including Norman Reedus (Daryl), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Khary Payton (Ezekiel), Ross Marquand (Aaron), Seth Gilliam (Father Gabriel), Melissa McBride (Carol), Tom Payne (Jesus), Pollyanna McIntosh (Jadis), Alexandra Breckenridge (Jessie) and Coral himself (Chandler Riggs) try pronouncing and calling out ‘Carl/Coral’. However, as of now, it is Andrew Lincoln who stands tall with his Coral cry!

Marquand surely gives Lincoln a run for his money with his perfect Rick impressions. Payne too is good, though he gives more of an anguished impression of Rick. Mcgride, on the other hand, has a hilarious take on Carl/Coral impression.

The Walking Dead Season 8 premiered (it was also the show’s 100th episode) on October 22nd, and posted the lowest premiere ratings of the series since its third season.

AMC’s The Walking Dead Season 8 premiere episode series averaged a 5.0 rating in adults in the age group of 18-49, and 11.4 million total viewers on Sunday night, as reported in Chicago Tribune (Nielsen Live+Same Day data). The 2012 Season 3 premiere, on the other hand, averaged a 5.8 and 10.86 million viewers. This makes The Walking Dead Season 8 premiere the third-lowest in the history of the series, only ahead of its Season 1 and 2.

The Walking Dead airs on AMC, every Sundays at 9/8c. Check out the hilarious Carl/Coral impression video below:

Source: Comic Book/Chicago Tribune




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