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Jim (Character)
from "The Walking Dead" (2010)

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The Walking Dead: Season 5: Episode 8 -- Rules and morals have been tossed aside by new enemies. Rick will try to find a peaceful agreement, but they might prefer violence.

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  1. "The Walking Dead"
    ... aka "Walking Dead" - USA (English title) (informal short title)
        - Hounded (2012) TV episode, Played by Andrew Rothenberg
        - Wildfire (2010) TV episode, Played by Andrew Rothenberg
        - Vatos (2010) TV episode, Played by Andrew Rothenberg
        - Tell It to the Frogs (2010) TV episode, Played by Andrew Rothenberg
        - Guts (2010) TV episode, Played by Andrew Rothenberg

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From "The Walking Dead: Wildfire (#1.5)" (2010)
Rick Grimes: [the RV has stopped] We'll be back on the road soon.
Jim: Oh no. Christ. My bones, my bones are like glass: every little bump. God, this ride is killing me. Leave me here: I'm done. Just leave me. I want to be with my family.
Rick Grimes: They're all dead. I don't think you know what you're asking. The fever; you've been delirious more often than not.
Jim: I know, don't you think I know? I'm clear now. In five minutes I may not be. Rick, I know what I'm asking: I want this. Leave me here. Now that's on me. Okay? My decision. Not your failure.
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