- —Mrs. Foster offering Mr. Jacobson a drink[src]
Little is known about Mrs. Foster's life before or as the outbreak began, except that she has a husband, a daughter, and a dog who survived along with her. It is possible that she lived in or near Woodbury prior to the outbreak.
She is seen walking around town with her daughter and husband. She and her family also inspect the newly acquired vehicles taken from the National Guard by the Governor and listens to his speech.
Mrs. Foster is seen walking in the street with her husband and daughter.
Mrs. Foster attends and works at the barbecue with her family handing the residents of Woodbury drinks. She listens to the Governor's toast and then is seen skipping in the streets with her Daughter.
Following the failed prison assault in "Welcome to the Tombs", Mrs. Foster's fate is unknown; however, she is most likely dead. It is possible she was among the townspeople murdered by The Governor out on the road as she was not seen at the prison with the remaining townspeople.
While not seen onscreen it can be assumed that Mrs. Foster was shot to death by the Governor after being forced to retreat from the Prison.
This list shows the victims Mrs. Foster has killed.
- Possibly a few zombies
- Mrs. Foster and her family were listed as "Featured Family" in the scripts for the Woodbury scenes in Season 3.
- Carol Lane Tresan referred to her character in "Say the Word" as the "Sexy Bartender".
- According to Carol Lane Tresan, who portrays Mrs. Foster, she was taken off the show due to her striking similarity to Sarah Wayne Callies (she also serves as a stand-in for Sarah), who portrayed Lori Grimes, who had died earlier in the season.
- ↑ Season 3 Woodbury extras were informed by the casting director that all Woodbury citizens are considered dead as a result of the Governor's actions in "Welcome to the Tombs", whether they appeared on-screen or not.
- ↑ http://the-walking-dead-interviews.wikia.com/wiki/Carol_Lane_Tresan_Interview