- "I've got you."
- —Rick to the girl in the cellblock.[src]
Nothing is known about this girl's life before or as the outbreak began, except that she was a high school student and lived with her parents. She may have lived near Woodbury before the outbreak.
This girl is seen walking in the streets of Woodbury.
This girl, among others, was told by The Governor to go back to their apartment, turn their lights off, and lock their doors. This girl is later seen at the arena, standing on the bleachers next to Eileen, after the Governors speech she steps down off the bleachers and demands the death for the Dixon brothers at the arena.
This girl flees the arena after Rick and Maggie attack and tries to leave Woodbury the next morning, along with other townspeople. She also witnesses Richard Foster getting attacked by zombies and shot by the Governor. A short time later, This girl is among the townspeople to Andrea's speech.
This girl is seen walking in the street as fellow residents reinforce the town.
This girl stayed behind in Woodbury with the other senior citizens, the children, and their mothers. It is possible that she had a chronic condition, as all men and women aged 13 and up were forced to be in the army or she refused to fight the prison. After being informed of the massacre of their fellow residents, she and the other Woodbury residents boarded a bus to the prison and joined the community.
This girl is seen eating breakfast with Molly in the dining pavilion.
This girl flees from the zombie attack in Cell Block D as it was being attacked by infected residents. Through the process of fleeing she stumbles down the stairs and falls to the ground, after the inhabitants of Cell Block D fled down the stairs, she was picked up and carried out of the Cell Block by Rick.
Though unseen, this girl was one of the residents to be quarantined in Cell Block A, where she resided in a cell on the second level.
Though unseen, this girl endured the chaos that rocked the cell block and managed to survive long enough to be administered medicine when it arrived.
This girl managed to make onto the Woodbury bus before it fled the prison during the attack.
As Maggie, Bob, and Sasha discover the Woodbury bus on the road, it is revealed that everyone on board, including this girl, had died and reanimated, unable to get off the bus. This girl was attacked and killed after several prison residents were shot and killed by the Governor's militia and reanimated as a result. This girl's gruesome death lead to her reanimation as a zombie herself. She stumbles out of the bus with the other zombified residents and is shot in the head by Bob. After the last zombified resident is killed, her body is seen as Maggie walks towards the bus to find Glenn.
This list shows the victims this woman has killed:
- Possibly numerous counts of zombies.
- The Governor's Militia (Caused)
After The Governor's Militia attacked and destroyed the prison, she managed to escape onto the bus.
- Zombies (Alive)
Sometime after, presumably everyone aboard the bus was killed, her included.
- Bob Stookey (Zombified)
She then reanimated as a zombie in the bus and is shot in the head by Bob.
- The actress confirmed her character's name as Natalie and background story while she was officially listed as Teenage Girl in the scripts and the call lists. She also confirmed her character's familial relationship with a prison extra by the name of Thomas in Season 4.
- Originally, this girl was to be considered "assumed dead" along with the rest of the Woodbury townspeople since she did not appear in the Season 3 finale, despite filming for the bus scene. However, the producers decided to bring Deanna Dixon back to Season 4 as a Woodbury refugee, which led the actress to speculate that her character may have had a chronic condition that prevented her from being a part of the Woodbury army.
- This girl was involved in scenes for "Isolation" and "Internment", but ultimately the scenes were cut from the final version of the episodes.
- This girl is the longest-lasting Woodbury survivor, having survived the events of Season 3 and lasting until the mid-season finale of Season 4 when all of the remaining Woodbury and prison extras were killed off.
- ↑ While she was not visible in the episode, Deanna Dixon confirmed her character did film while on the bus to the prison, but one of the takes used in the final version of the episode did not show her getting off the bus, along with Denny Ainsworth.
- ↑ http://the-walking-dead-interviews.wikia.com/wiki/Deanna_Dixon_Interview