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"The Walking Dead" Killer Within (TV Episode 2012) Poster

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(2012)

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For the C-section scene, Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori) drew on her real life childbirth experience, which she described as "a battle." Sarah says Lori always saw her pregnancy as a death sentence.
The scene where Maggie must perform a C-section on a still-living Lori in order to save her baby was so troublesome for actress Lauren Cohan that she nearly quit the show. It wasn't until a talk with co-star Steven Yeun that she changed her mind and continued with the show.
They used a radio-controlled prop baby with moving arms and legs for the birth scene.
Six-week-old twin sisters have been cast as the baby.
The memory of the fallen in this episode is honored by replacement of regular music with utter silence during the entirety of the end credits.
The fifth highest rated episode of the series as of February 2016, behind No Way Out (Season 6x09), Too Far Gone (Season 4x08), No Sanctuary (Season 5x01) and Thank You (Season 6x03).
Lauren Cohan (Maggie) was holding a real six-week-old baby girl in the scene where Maggie and Carl meet back up with the group with a newborn baby.
Carol was originally going to be killed off in this episode, but the producers decided to scrap the idea.
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Michonne suggests to Andrea that they head for the coast and hopefully find a boat. Like in the TV series, "Fear The Walking Dead", Victor Strand is the only other character in the two Zombie Apocalypse shows to suggest this to their group.
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Spoilers 

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Final appearance of T-Dog.
Death of two Atlanta originals; Lori Grimes and 'T-Dog'
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