Beyond the never-ending swarms of flesh-eating zombies, the world of The Walking Dead may be intimidating. After more than ten years, the franchise has approximately 300 episodes divided across three separate television shows, with additional sequels on the way. In the first episode of TWD, Terry Crews is surrounded by football, protein drinks, barbells, and healthy food. The only difference is that in “Tales of The Walking Dead,” he lives in a post-apocalyptic, walker-infested world. The ‘TWD’ spin-series gets off to a somewhat jovial and eccentric start. A year after the end of the world, Joe (Crews), a friendly survivor who was content in his bunker, was first presented to us as the program got underway. He was like that up till walkers killed his cherished Doberman. He was looking for a fellow prepper he had been playfully speaking with online well before the end of the world, Joe made the decision to get on his modified motorcycle and set off on a road trip after being suddenly lonely.
Long before Joe arrived at his destination, he was caught in a trap set by hippie-type Evie (Munn), who was ready to get started herself in order to see whether she and her divorced husband Steven might still work things out. Due to the death switch on Evie’s motorbike, Joe was forced to act as her uninvited chauffeur, handcuffs and all.
Joe’s initial dislike of Evie grew with time, as you’d rather anticipate. Yes, she really irritated him. But she also expressed regret for prying into his affairs by reviewing his journal despite his desires, and she was nice enough to cover him with a blanket as they slept outside in the woods. They finally stopped being foes and started to become friends after defeating a bunch of walkers together.
Evie and the lamb went to Sandra’s after Evie had the reassurance she wanted from Steven she didn’t find him, but a picture that suggested he hadn’t disliked her after all. Evie was a connoisseur and refused the madwoman’s poisoned brownie when she presented it to her again. Evie was able to protect herself and release Joe from a chokehold just in time for Sandra to launch a knife into his would-be girlfriend’s chest as she went full-on Basic Instinct running about with a knife. Joe apologized and thanked Evie for returning for him the next morning. She was correct. His life had been a waste. So begin right away, she urged him. Additionally, unlike Tabitha, the Goat from The Walking Dead, Skipper’s story did not have a happy conclusion.