Mrs. Richards attends the Governor's barbeque in Woodbury and socializes with the other residents. She listens to the Governor's history about Woodbury and participates in his toast.
Mrs. Richards stayed behind in Woodbury with the other senior citizens, the children and their mothers. She chatted with Ms. McLeod and other residents in the food distribution building. After being informed of the massacre of their fellow residents, she is one of the townspeople to be admitted to the prison.
Mrs. Richards is seen briefly walking around in the prison yard as Daryl and Carol converse.
Mrs. Richards was in Cell Block D when it was attacked by the infected prison residents. As her zombified husband wanders out of his cell, Mrs. Richards flees the chaos with Jeanette and a young man and is able to get to safety.
While Daryl Dixon is on the run with Michonne, Tyreese Williams, and Bob Stookey for medical supplies, he finds a stone and picks it up, mentioning that when Mrs. Richards went into Cell Block A, she asked him to find a jasper stone to be used as a marker for the grave of her husband, who died in the Cell Block D attack.
Having been taken to quarantine in Cell Block A, Mrs. Richards is sick from the flu and rests in her cell. When the bearded man collapses and dies, she watches the situation unfold.
Mrs. Richards managed to survive the flu and was recovering during the time of the prison attack. However, she was not seen fleeing the prison on the bus, suggesting that she most likely perished during the prison attack.
Mrs. Richards was either shot in the assault when she was on the bus or bitten and turned along with the survivors. After Sasha and Bob opened the door once they have found the bus, they killed all the reanimated residents that were in the bus.
This list shows the victims Mrs. Richards has killed:
- Possibly a few zombies.
- ↑ This character's husband, Mr. Richards was portrayed by Rob Fitts, a Woodbury extra from Season 3. Since Mr. Richards was from Woodbury, Mrs. Richards would have to be from Woodbury as well, and around the same age as Rob Fitts, leaving Leola Williams as the only candidate that fulfills the description of this role as there are no other older women from Woodbury at the prison.
- ↑ Actress was scheduled to film for "Too Far Gone" and "Inmates", where her character was set to die, but was unavailable to work the filming dates. Regardless, her character has been killed off.