5 Reasons Why The Richonne Romance Means So Much More.
3. MICHONNE FINALLY OPENING UP
Danai Gurira stated in The Hollywood Reporter that Michonne’s association with Rick is the last stride to recapturing her own particular feeling of humankind during the apocalypse. Furthermore, Deanna assumed a key part in it. “What Deanna asks her [in the middle of the season finale]—’What do you need for yourself?’— that question surprises her. That was getting into Michonne’sheart. She had built a wall up around her after catastrophe struck her. She had another lease on life: Carl recouped, Alexandria is steady, Rick and Michonne have their home and Rick embraces everyone. The day simply advances as a flawless tempest,” Gurira says. “Seeing Deanna’s child Spencer do what he needs to do with his mom and seeing her face again and recalling the exact opposite thing she said—Michonne guaranteed that she would make sense of what she needs. Seeing Spencer’s agony and listening to Carl say that he considers her to be his mom—she continues getting love throughout the day. The thought of Rick making a special effort to make a point to bring back something of what she requests [mints] since he couldn’t bring back the toothpaste was truly sweet,” Gurira clarified. “It’s giving her heart a chance to come out from behind the wall. It’s at that point where she clutches his hand.”
4. HOPEFUL RICK
Practically everybody Rick dates gets slaughtered. So, let’s hope Michonne doesn’t meet the same fate. To be reasonable, that might be because up to now, Rick’s kind was “a good for nothing white lady who could scarcely survive Candyland, not to mention a zombie end times.” Andrew Lincoln disclosed to The Hollywood Reporter that Rick’s association with Michonne has a more profound importance. He said; “There’s newfound sense of hope and with hope comes romance, laughter and rebuilding a civilization. Unfortunately, I’m not sure how long it’s going to last!”