Characters: The Walking Dead TV Show Abrahams Group
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Sergeant Abraham Ford
"When we get to Washington, we will make the dead die, and the living will have this world again."
Abraham is a soldier with one goal in mind: getting Eugene to Washington D.C. to stop the Zombie Apocalypse
Doctor Eugene Porter
Eugene is a scientist who claims that he knows what caused the Zombie Apocalypse
and needs to get to Washington D.C. to stop it.
- Adaptation Dye-Job: Eugene is blond in the comics.
- Ambiguous Disorder: Shows more than a few Asperger's traits.
- Covert Pervert: Invoked or/and implied.
Eugene: Tara, I think you are pretty hot."
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Manipulates Rosita into letting him navigate and then leads the van to a position where they can meet up with Maggie's group and then rescue Glenn and Tara.
- Incompatible Orientation: He has expressed some interest with Tara, who is a lesbian. However, he doesn't seem to mind it at all.
- Insufferable Genius: Just look at the quote. Whether or not this will ultimately be subverted or averted is yet to be seen.
- Like Brother and Sister: With Rosita. Though according to his actor, Eugene sees Rosita as a sister he wants to have sex with.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Putting the truck out of commission by spraying it with bullets, forcing the group to continue of foot.
- Non-Action Guy: His attempt to fire an assault rife simply ends up spraying bullets everywhere, including into Abraham's truck, specifically the fuel tank. Poor Abraham is left trying to figure out how a camel loaded with C4 didn't destroy one of those trucks but Eugene managed to put it out of commission.
- Protectorate: Eugene and the knowledge that he carries falls under this for Abraham and Rosita, whose primary goal is to safely transport him to Washington D.C. to flip the switch on the apocalypse.
- Southern-Fried Genius: Quite proud of his southern heritage as exemplified in a conversation with Rosita.
- Spock Speak: His response to Abraham questioning how he managed to shoot the fuel tank:
Eugene: A fully amped-up state and an ignorance of rapid-firing weapons.
- Too Dumb to Live: Not that it killed him, but seriously? Firing an assault rifle without actually trying to aim and hoping it would hit walkers in the head instead of running for help or grabbing an easier to fire gun is a fairly dumb idea.
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Portrayed by: Christian Serratos
Rosita is in a relationship with Abraham and assists him in protecting Eugene.
- Action Girl: She's shown to be quite skilled with a gun and doesn't show any concern about Walkers.
- Adaptational Badass: Her comic counterpart is more-or-less The Chick and nothing else.
- Bare Your Midriff: Wears her shirt tied into a knot so her midriff is exposed.
- Deadpan Snarker: She seems to be permanently exasperated by the antics of her companions, and rolls her eyes so often it's a wonder they don't get stuck that way.
- Guns Akimbo: She carries a pair of pistols, one of which being is a two-tone SIG-Sauer P228.
- Like Brother and Sister: With Eugene, complete with sibling-esque bickering.
- Ms. Fanservice: Thanks to the bared midriff and tiny shorts.
- Averted from her third episode onwards, however, when she dons much less revealing clothing as winter approaches.
- Nice Hat: Her tan infantry field cap.
- Official Couple: She and Abraham are apparently an item, much like their comic counterparts, though it's not something that's especially obvious from watching them on the show.
- The Smurfette Principle: Until Tara and Glenn joins her, Abraham and Eugene.
- Spicy Latina: A classic example.
- Token Good Teammate: Compared to Abraham and Eugene, she's not as rough or as much of a jerk as them, and follows Glenn and Tara when they depart after Eugene ruins their ride.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Calls Glenn out for pushing Tara so hard and says that he's only doing so because Tara feels that she owes Glenn.
- Who Wears Short Shorts?: Which shows She's Got Legs.
- Wolverine Claws: Swiftly takes out a walker with a makeshift claw (made out of a belt) in the Season 5 premiere.