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Paul "Jesus" Monroe ist eine fiktive Figur aus der Comic-Serie The Walking Dead sowie der gleichnamigen Fernsehserie, in der er von Tom Payne porträtiert wurde. Jesus diente als Botschafter für The Hilltop und sucht häufig nach neuen Rekruten. Paul Rovia, besser bekannt als "Jesus", ist ein Hauptcharakter und Überlebender des Ausbruchs in AMC's The Walking Dead. Er ist Rekrutierer und. Der „The Walking Dead“-Ausstieg von Rick Grimes ist wenige Folgen her. Plötzlicher Tod bei „The Walking Dead“: Paul „Jesus“ Monroe. "The Walking Dead": Tom Payne alias Jesus nach Ausstieg völlig Dieser Serientod war ein Schock für die TWD-Fans: Jesus wurde in der. Im Midseason-Finale von "The Walking Dead" – Staffel 9 kam es zu einem schockierenden Serientod: Dieser TWD-Star äußert sich.
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Tenemos, a cambio de Jesus, nuevos personajes. Eso nos han demostrado. Disgusta que se muera Jesus y casi da pereza tener que empezar de cero con otros.
Que Jesus pueda ser reemplazado con tanta facilidad en cuestiones narrativas por cualquier personaje que acaba de llegar es una prueba de la poca profundidad que menciono.
Porque no han dejado que importe. Era un estudio del ser humano en un mundo que se desmorona. Ahora apenas nos dan unas pinceladas de esto, entre otras cosas porque intentan abarcar tantos personajes que terminan por no centrarse en ninguno realmente.
Te ofrecemos los primeros datos al respecto. Jesus pins her down and Maggie's eyes fill with tears as she puts her down for good.
He later attends her funeral. Jesus is present when Rick, Maggie and Ezekiel stand on a podium and address the crowd as the leaders of their respective communities: Alexandria, the Hilltop and the Kingdom, united and ready for an all out war.
Jesus is first shown when Rick gives a rousing speech to the united communities, reminding them that Jesus told him that their world is gonna get bigger and they're fighting for their futures, for a bigger world.
The caravan arrives in a large field, where members of all three communities are waiting. Maggie insists on joining the initial phase of the fight, despite being pregnant.
Rick vows to relinquish leadership and follow Maggie after the fight is over. Ezekiel is eager to reshape this world.
Rick's group guns down two sniper lookouts at the Sanctuary as Dwight nochalantly walks inside. The caravan arrives at the front gate, parking in formation to create a wall with the metal sheets retrofitted onto each vehicle.
Maggie gives the signal and the group raises their guns toward the sky, shooting in unison. Negan steps out with his lieutenants. Negan tells Rick that he lacks the numbers to win a fight against the Saviors.
Gregory declares that the Hilltop stands with Negan and the punishment for fighting against the Sanctuary is banishment for the offenders and their families.
The militia begins firing at Negan's crew. They runs for cover in different directions. Rick's group continues firing, blowing out the Sanctuary windows.
The herd approaches, drawn by the explosion. It has since been re-settled by Saviors. Jesus is among the Hilltoppers to sneak into the Satellite Outpost that has been re-occupied by the Saviors in order to take it over.
Jesus Morgan, Tara, and Diane prepare for a raid on the Satellite station. Jesus insists if a gun fires they won't get in. Jesus tells Tara to ensure no one gets the chance to do that.
At the satellite station, Morgan bangs on the fence to attract walkers. Two Saviors head over to investigate.
Diane shoots them in the head with arrows almost simultaneously. Jesus, Tara and Morgan venture inside. They use silenced pistols to put down Saviors.
Diane whistles the rest of the group in. They form up outside the various inhabited rooms and await Jesus' signal to attack. Jesus gives the signal, and the Militia soldiers burst into the rooms and begin taking out Saviors, catching them by surprise.
Morgan, Freddie and Andy prepare to breach a door, but before they can do so, a Savior opens it, and they promptly gun him down.
Unbeknownst to them, at least half a dozen others were behind a corner, and before they can react, Freddie and Andy are killed and Morgan is concussed.
He claims to be a worker from the Sanctuary forced from his family. Outside the room, Dianne and the others have been pinned down by Saviors, and the gunfire provides a distraction for Dean to take Jesus hostage, revealing his deception.
Before he can shoot Tara, Jesus swiftly disarms him with his skills in martial arts. Regardless, he refuses to kill Dean, instead choosing to tie him up, much to Tara's disgust.
Diane calls them out of the room and they flea. Jesus leads them out, leaving Morgan behind with Andy and Freddie dead. Morgan, having survived his wound, heads outside and he is shocked to see the Militia taking hostages.
He remembers his argument with Rick over whether or not it is worth preserving life, even that of an enemy. He is prevented from killing him by Jesus, who insists that they do not kill those who surrender.
Morgan disagrees but allows them to live. Jesus insists it was the right thing to do despite telling him that no matter what they've done, they're still people.
He firmly tells him there are many kinds of danger, they kill, but they don't execute. Morgan retorts that he has in fact done so in the past.
On the road, a number of walkers roll down a nearby hill towards the convoy and chaos erupts. Two Saviors are killed, and as the Militia members are preoccupied with the threat, a group of 10 Saviors led by Jared make a break for it, running off into the woods.
Morgan gives chase, firing at them as they flee. When he catches up to them, he kills the one that caused them to slow down, and is only stopped from executing the rest by Jesus' intervention.
Jesus tells him that Maggie will find another way and they're gonna have to find a way to peace.
Morgan begins to mentally break down, ranting about how things never change. He insists that the Militia have to be killers just like the Saviors in order to survive.
Jesus says that after the war is won they will have to find a way to live with the Saviors, but Morgan refuses to listen.
He attacks Jesus who dodges his attacks and kicks him back. Morgan forms up with his Aikido and attacks again.
Jesus and Morgan continue to fight. Jesus tries to get through to him, but Morgan is unresponsive, and continues to attack, to Jesus' confusion.
He is able to avoid Morgan's strikes with his stick, and take advantage of the openings he leaves to wear him down. Morgan still refuses to stop.
He scores a hit on Jesus' stomach, severely winding him, and another on his arm, but Jesus blocks the third hit and kicks Morgan away.
He tries in vain to score several lethal hits as Jesus dodges and gets to his feet, knocking an increasingly erratic Morgan to the ground.
He uses trees as cover to evade most of Morgan's strikes but is eventually apprehended and knocked to the floor. He manages to get to his feet and disarm his opponent, knocking him away with another kick.
Morgan finally snaps out of his trance, in a state of confusion, realizing what he has done. He tells Jesus that he isn't right, but that doesn't make him wrong either.
He concludes that he can't be a part of the war, and leaves on his own. Jesus' group arrives with the captured Saviors.
Gregory immediately insists that they can't stay, but Maggie sends him away while she talks to Jesus.
Tara says she agrees that they shouldn't be allowed to stay, and Maggie notes that with families and children at the Hilltop, the arrangement would be dangerous.
Jesus insists they can't kill those who surrendered, and makes plans to keep them under armed guard in two empty trailers.
Jesus is seen handing out food to the Saviors. Maggie bursts in and orders him to stop giving away the Hilltop's food.
Gregory suggests killing them but Maggie orders him away. Maggie is frustrated with Jesus for creating this situation. He is shocked that she would consider killing these men.
Maggie says everyone option's in the table and Jesus questions what are they fighting for, Maggie says they must end the Savior and Negan.
At night, Jesus watches the Hilltop from outside the walls with the Saviors. He hears walker in the woods.
He vouches for himself and explains why he was a part of the Saviors. It all started with putting up a fence.
Jesus cuts him off. The next day, Jesus is still keeping watch on the captured Saviors. Enid emerges and tells Jesus that Maggie has ordered the Saviors inside.
They have built a holding area to keep them. We won't mistreat them. Gregory says they shouldn't have people at the Hilltop who they can't trust.
She agrees with him, which prompts Eduardo and Cal to put him in the same prison. Jesus, Enid and Aaron look on.
Jesus enters Gregory's office and thanks Maggie for doing the right thing, but Maggie shuts him down saying she's only keeping them alive because she believes they are bargaining chips and is looking to trade them for their people they have like Carson, and she says if it doesn't work out, they will kill them.
Jesus is disappointed by this. Jesus and Maggie are driving, leading a caravan of Hilltop people. Maggie thinks that the Saviors will have to surrender sometime soon.
They stop when they see a tree in the road and Maggie knows that the Saviors are the ones who put it there.
As they stop, a line of Savior vehicles comes up behind their caravan. In front of Maggie's car, the Saviors open the back of a truck and pull out Jerry , keeping a gun to his head.
Simon exits the truck and addresses Maggie. Simon tells Maggie that a group of Saviors is taking over the Kingdom, and another is taking over Alexandria.
He says that she's lucky because the Hilltop is useful and he will keep them alive to help make things right. Simon says that Eugene is the one who figured out how to escape the Sanctuary.
He then tells Maggie she can either cooperate with him or kill her in front of her all her people. Even if she cooperates, they will have to kill one of her people.
Despite Simon's threats to kill Jerry, Simon tells Gary to lower his gun and proceeds to shoot Neil in the head, killing him instantly, much to Jesus's horror.
Maggie says she will cooperate but asks him one favor first. She wants to borrow the box that he was going to use on her so that she can bury Neil, the man he shot.
He grants her favor and leaves. She shoots him in front of all the others, for giving Jesus trouble back at the Satellite Outpost, and proving that she's in control, and also payback for Neil's death.
Jesus is shocked by this and attempts to talk to her, but she tells Jesus to man the wall and prepare for the last stand.
Jesus is among the Hilltop residents and refugees who are prepared to defend the Hilltop from the Saviors. He and the others manage to survive the attack as the remaining Saviors flee.
During the night, screams ring out from the Barrington House. Inside, Maggie sees people getting eaten by walkers. Daryl rushes in to help people.
Jesus helps put walkers down inside. The next morning, Jesus helps Jerry dig graves for the people they lost. Jesus accompanies Rick and the rest of the militia to fight the Saviors in the final battle.
As Rick's army crosses a field, Jesus suggests Morgan abstain from killing people by reserving the sharp end of his stick for walkers and the blunt side for the living.
A massive herd looms in the distance. After most of the Saviors are wiped out due to Eugene's faulty bullets, Jesus and the others fight the surviving Saviors until they surrender.
He watches on as Negan is defeated and captured while Rick addresses the crowd, declaring peace among all communities. Afterwards, Jesus returns home to the Hilltop.
In Maggie's office at the Hilltop, she privately talks to Jesus. She tells him he was right to bring the Saviors at the Hilltop.
She is angry at Rick and Michonne, believing that they were both wrong for keeping Negan alive.
When Jesus suggest what to do about it, Maggie alludes to later rectify this error once the Hilltop has time to regroup and fortify and show Rick he is wrong.
Daryl also agrees to this as he comes out of the shadow. A couple of weeks after the All Out War against the Saviors concluded, Jesus stops by the Junkyard to speak with Morgan and try to persuade him to move back home to the Hilltop.
However, he is unsuccessful and Morgan remains living alone in the Junkyard before eventually leaving Virginia. On the road, Jesus and Aaron kill some walkers.
Aaron asks Jesus if he can teach him some of his skills, to which he agrees to teach him in a class at the Hilltop. Later that day, Jesus and the group go to the Smithsonian in Washington, D.
However, he stays outside as a lookout along with Tara, Aaron and Alden. On the road, Rosita and Daryl catch up with everyone to inform them that the main bridge is out due to a storm.
Rick tells Tara, Gabriel, Aaron and Anne to head back to Alexandria and the rest will go to an alternate route and spend the night at the Sanctuary.
In the woods, the wagon gets caught in the mud as walkers appear from the bushes. It finally budges and everyone rushes to gather the supplies until the walkers overwhelm them and they're forced to leave.
Ken runs back to free his horses but is bitten in the arm by a walker and then kicked in the ribs by the horse. Siddiq and Enid try to save him but Ken succumbs to blood loss and dies from his injuries.
A saddened Maggie sobs by his side before putting him down. At night, in Hilltop, Jesus attends Ken's funeral and listens to Gregory's eulogy, believing he's a changed man.
The next day, at night, the residents, including a shocked Jesus, gather around the gallows as Maggie explains to her people that the punishment fits the crime.
She looks on at Gregory, who has a noose around his neck and is sitting on a horse. Gregory pleads for someone to stop this, but no one moves.
A couple of kids show up and Michonne yells for Maggie to stop but it's too late as Daryl smacks the horse and it rides off, leaving Gregory to hang to death to everyone's shock.
Maggie tells her people that she wants this to be the last time they do something like this and then orders Daryl to cut off the noose.
In Hilltop, Maggie rides a horse as Michonne arrives. She tells Maggie that a planned food supply delivery hasn't arrived at the Sanctuary, but Maggie claims that the ethanol didn't arrive either.
Jesus reamains quiet. Jesus confirms they have a surplus of food but Maggie counters that without a working plow it may not last long.
Michonne decides to stay to spend the night. Later, Tammy begs Jesus to see Earl but he says the time isn't right, reminding her he tried to kill Maggie.
Tammy grabs a stool and says she's not moving until Maggie allows her to see him. Michonne disagrees and proposes that they need to build something bigger than all of them.
Jesus tells Maggie, while she plays with Hershel, that they should consider implementing official rules to handle situations like Earl, Negan and Gregory.
She finally agrees. In Hilltop, Jesus watches as Maggie grabs a backpack and sneaks a crowbar into it, planning to head to Alexandria to take care of Negan.
He mentionts that Georgie has send another letter and tries to convince her not to go but is ignored and instructed to look after the Hilltop while Maggie is gone.
In one his hallucinations, Rick walks trough a floor full of the corpses of his friends and loved ones, among them Jesus.
On the bridge, as Rick limps away before collapsing, he hallucinates as Jesus and the others rush past him to kill the walkers.
Michonne stops and sees Rick's wound. She reminds him she fell in love with him because he's a fighter.
After killing the walkers, everyone stops to watch them. The walkers approach as Rick hobbles away. He makes it across the bridge and turns around hoping to see the walkers fall through, to no avail.
A walker makes its way inches away from Rick before getting shot in the head by a crossbow bolt. Rick watches as Jesus and the rest arrive nearby.
Maggie and Michonne hatch a plan to divert the walkers but Rick won't allow it. The bridge ignites and explodes as Jesus and the rest can only watch in horror, assuming Rick to be dead.
Following her departure, Jesus was elected as the new leader. Tara, knowing he doesn't like the responsabilities, moves to Hilltop to help around.
Six years later, inside the Barrington house, Jesus listens to music. Tara joins him and asks about any news on Maggie.
He reveals she and Hershel are with Georgie and she has send another letter, where she admits to be happy. Tara updates him on some minor problems at their community and congratulates him on being reelected as the leader.
He reminds her he ran unopposed, but Tara suggests he should take Maggie's office and he refuses.
On the road, Aaron jumps Jesus on horseback and the two playfully fight in a field until they're worn out and go sit to catch up.
Jesus asks if Michonne has reconsidered joining the upcoming fair but Aaron said she won't even put it to a revote. Suddenly, a flare is fired in the air close by and they rush over to investigate.
They find Rosita wounded by a tree, who tells them she left Eugene in a barn. Before some walkers get close, they grab her and promise to look for Eugene tomorrow.
At night, Tara updates Jesus on Rosita's condition and asks what he was doing out there. Jesus confesses he was training Aaron while trying to get Alexandria on board with the Fair.
She scolds him and tells him that people are noticing his constant absence from Hilltop. In the morning, Daryl, Carol and Henry arrive and hug Tara.
Carol tells Jesus that Henry wants to learn how to be a blacksmith. Aaron greets Daryl and tells him they could use his help locating Eugene.
Henry tries to tag along but Carol instead says he needs to stay and she will help him find a home.
The rescue group gears up as Jesus tells Tara he will go instead of her and next time he promises to stay, to which she agrees smiling.
In the woods, Jesus, Daryl, and Aaron discover a herd middling around in the middle of a field. As they leave, an odd looking walker watches them from the herd.
Later, Jesus tells Aaron that Daryl used to trade with Hilltop before he stopped coming to visit.
Aaron encourages him to embrace his new leadership role when Daryl cuts them off and says he can hear the walkers nearby through the wind.
As they leave, Jesus looks with suspicion at the incoming herd. At night, Jesus, Daryl and Aaron locate Eugene hiding in a barn cellar.
A terrified Eugene warns them a herd of walkers is looking for him and they need to leave immediately. They look at him confused, when suddenly Dog barks, warning them of the nearby herd.
In the foggy woods, Eugene suggests to the group that the walkers are evolving. Daryl calls bullshit when Aaron notices they're drawing closer.
Jesus demands they split up but Daryl says that instead, he will guide the herd away while he and Aaron take Eugene to the horses.
A while later, Jesus, Aaron and Eugene end up at a foggy cemetery. They quickly get trapped by a locked gate, forcing Aaron and Jesus to go kill the walkers, while they hear whispers around.
Suddenly, Daryl, Michonne, Magna and Yumiko arrive to help them unlock the gate. Jesus tells Aaron and Eugene to get out while he finishes the walkers and starts taking out several with his sword.
He goes to kill the last one but as he attacks it, the walker dodges and stabs him from behind through his chest, shocking everyone.
Daryl shoots it in the head as several more arrive, wielding knives, and the rest of the group run in to finish them off. Afterwards, Aaron goes over to Jesus' body and looks at him in sadness.
Later, the group arrives at Hilltop with Jesus' body and the captive girl, causing the whole community to react in sadness and disbelief.
A while later, Jesus is buried and a funeral is held for him, with everyone taking turns hammering the nails in his coffin.
In a flashback, Jesus and Tara ride up to meet Carol, Ezekiel, and Jerry on a clearing in the woods to trade some medicine.
Jesus informs them that Maggie is busy dealing with some illness affecting Hilltop and couldn't be present. He then listens as Tara tells them that she has left Alexandria and hands Ezekiel the community charter before leaving.
As Paul swings his sword to kill a "walker", it dodges and stabs him from behind through his chest. As he dies, the "walker" whispers in his ear, before throwing him on the ground.
Later, as the group prepares to leave the cemetery, Aaron stabs Jesus in the head to prevent reanimation. When they first met, Rick, with gut instinct, trusted Paul more than those he has previously met.
However, after Jesus steals Rick's keys and a van full of supplies, Rick is angered. When Rick and Daryl chase after and catch Jesus, Rick doesn't kill or harm him.
When Jesus is knocked unconscious, Rick brings him back to Alexandria to Denise , showing that he cares about Jesus' life.
The next day, Jesus escapes and tells Rick that "they need to talk". Jesus informs Rick and the group about the Hilltop, another community.
Rick trusts him and he and some of the group go to the Hilltop with Jesus. Rick shows great trust in Jesus, even though it is shown that Rick is nearly always distrustful of people after encountering hostiles such as the Governor and the Terminus.
Rick and Jesus have a stable relationship. When they first met, Daryl was a little more suspicious of Jesus than Rick was.
Daryl is also heated when Jesus steals the van full of supplies. Later, when Daryl and Rick catch up with Jesus and drive off with the van, only to realize that Jesus has been on the roof of the van the whole time.
Daryl chases Jesus, and as Jesus is about to drive away in the van, Daryl catches him. However, a walker sneaks up in Daryl and, as the walker is about to attack him, Jesus tells Daryl to duck and shoots the walker, saving Daryl's life.
It can be assumed Jesus and Daryl have a stable relationship, since Jesus has helped the group, and vice versa.
Jesus seems a bit stressed at first, but then realizes that it had to be done. Jesus has an obvious respect for Gregory and is grateful for what Gregory has done for the Hilltop.
As much as he respects Gregory, he dislikes him, describing him as a prick. He acknowledges, however, that Gregory is not the ideal leader, as he has issues with confrontation.
When Gregory is stabbed, Jesus is quick to rush to his aid. While not much has been shown of Gregory and Jesus' relationship, it can be assumed Jesus has concerns regarding what direction Gregory is taking the Hilltop community.
In " Go Getters ", Paul questions Gregory's leadership and threatens that he would tell the rest of the community about his deal with Alexandria.
Jesus and Negan have not shared any on screen time yet, however it is clear that Jesus dislikes Negan because of the actions of him and his men.
He was also willing to kill his men in order for him to stop demanding supplies and possibly killing more people from Hilltop, albeit secretly to avoid Hilltop getting the blame.
Jesus shows to trust Sasha and values her pressence at Hilltop, along with Maggie. He even shows sympathy for her after her boyfriend, Abraham Ford, was killed by Negan.
The two are seen working together to take out a group of walkers that were lured into Hilltop by the Saviors lead by Simon.
Later on, Jesus is sent by Sasha to sneak into a Savior truck and find out where their main base is. Jesus shows to care for Maggie very much.
At first, Maggie did not trust Jesus, but after seeing the Hilltop and him not pulling anything against her people, she begins to trust him.
When Gregory requests to speak to Maggie, Jesus apologizes to her about Gregory's behavior and warns her of how much of a prick Gregory is.
After Maggie's husband, Glenn Rhee, was killed by Negan, Jesus shows sympathy and does what he can for her.
When Saviors let walkers into Hilltop, Jesus is sent down to help Sasha by order of Maggie, though he likely would've helped out Sasha without Maggie's order.
Later on, Jesus notices how much Maggie has been helping out Hilltop and thinks to himself how she could replace Gregory as leader.
At first, Jesus was not trusted by Carl, with him raising a gun on Jesus. However, Carl started to trust him. When Jesus snuck into a Savior truck that was going to the Sanctuary, he noticed Carl in the truck and gave him a smile.
When they were getting close to the Sanctuary, Jesus believed they should jump out, with him doing so, while Carl stayed behind to personally kill Negan.
Jesus and Ezekiel have shown to be good friends, both making deals with each other before the Saviors, however Ezekiel reprimands Jesus for telling Rick about his deal with the Saviors.
It is unknown how Ezekiel reacted to Jesus' death. Jesus and Richard are shown to trust one another. Jesus is aware of Richard's immense hatred for the Saviors, and hoped to surprise him with Rick Grimes' plan to take out the Saviors.
In " The Damned " Jesus and Morgan and some of the Militia members raid the Satellite Outpost, however after Morgan makes it out of the building after killing a bunch of Saviors, Morgan prepares to kill Jared but Jesus stops him.
In " Monsters " Jesus and Morgan get into a fight about Jesus keeping some of the Saviors alive after the outpost raid. Dead characters appear in red and italics.
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