The Walking Dead’s Big Gay Love Story: Ross Marquand on Aaron’s Coming Out Party

February 23, 2015 4:07 AM

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The Walking Dead’s Big Gay Love Story: Ross Marquand on Aaron’s Coming Out Party

Ross Marquand’s introduction as Aaron on last Sunday’s The Walking Dead was met with equal parts fanfare and confusion. The stranger showed up out of nowhere after a monster storm, asked for Rick by name and promised “good news.” In Sunday’s episode, “The Distance,” we learned a little more about the mysterious newcomer: He’s a do-gooder ex-NGO worker who delivered food and medicine to the Niger River Delta before the apocalypse. He currently resides in a place called Alexandria, a heavily fortified “community”—and he wants Rick and the group to “audition” for membership.

But considering that every clean-cut rando promising sanctuary so far has turned out to be either a psychopath or a cannibal, Rick, understandably, is not down with the idea. It takes an executive decision from Michonne to overrule the Ricktatorship before the group can set out to find Aaron’s home....

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