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‘The Walking Dead’ Preview: Father Gabriel Begs To Join Rick’s Group — Watch

Fri, October 16, 2015 3:50pm EDT by Avery Thompson 1 Comment

Father Gabriel is ready to make amends. On the Oct. 18 episode of ‘The Walking Dead,’ he attempts to get back in everyone’s good graces after his betrayal and starts with Carl. Click to WATCH a sneak peek!

Father Gabriel is ready to make amends on The Walking Dead — again. He desperately wants back into the group, even though he was already rejected by Rick (Andrew Lincoln). This time around, Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) asks Carl (Chandler Riggs) for help, but will Carl be more forgiving than Rick? Check out this preview of the Oct. 18 episode now!

Carl’s just pushing baby Judith around the neighborhood when Father Gabriel comes out of nowhere. He wants to make changes in his life and be a part of the group.

This comes after Father Gabriel betrayed Rick and the rest of the group. Sounds like someone has seen the error of his ways. “It was about me. Not you or your group. I know that now. I want to help. You tried to teach me back at my church, but I’m ready to learn now,” he says in the clip.

After a moment of silence, Carl warms up to Father Gabriel. Carl extends a helping hand. He offers Father Gabriel a machete lesson later on in the day. You got to love Carl. But is he being a little too trustworthy of Father Gabriel?

As the saying goes, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” Will Father Gabriel betray the group again? Time will tell.

Elsewhere in Alexandria, Morgan and Rick’s relationship may not get better as the season goes on. “When [Morgan] first met Rick he shoved a gun in his face, tied him to a bed, threatened to stab him in the head,” Lennie James, who plays Morgan, told EXCLUSIVELY. “The next time they met he tried to shoot him, he stabbed him in the shoulder… so their relationship is going to continue along those lines.”

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HollywoodLifers, do you think Father Gabriel is trustworthy? Let us know!

— Avery Thompson