Amid all-out war, The Walking Dead fans can't help but ask when they're going to meet Baby Rhee.
Maggie confirmed her pregnancy to Aaron in 6x05 — aired way back in November 2015 — and the mother-to-be has yet to show.
As fans question when Maggie will deliver her and Glenn's baby, it's important to remember little time has passed in the world of The Walking Dead since Maggie announced her pregnancy.
According to a highly detailed timeline, 6x05 took place 552 days into the apocalypse. Glenn and Abraham died around day 598, and a very condensed season 8 has taken place over just the span of a few days, putting episode 8x11 somewhere around 610 to 624 days into the apocalypse.
Executive producer Scott Gimple confirmed Maggie's baby won't be born in season 8, and troublesome contract negotiations have left actress Lauren Cohan without a deal in place to return for Season Nine.
Maggie's role in 8x11, "Dead Or Alive Or", had fans taking to social media to air their complaints about the pregnant Hilltop leader lacking obvious signs of pregnancy.
When is Maggie going to start showing .... she’s been pregnant for a while and yet you can’t see the baby bump— Clarisse Dyer (@DyerClarisse) March 12, 2018
Hey guys , just wondering what is Maggie's diet ? She's been pregnant for 2 seasons+ and not an ounce of weight, I've gained more baby weight and I'm not even preggo. pic.twitter.com/GvTDOJVzyG— AniAngel (@RmenJam3070) March 12, 2018
Maggie just held her food baby to remind everyone she’s 322 days pregnant. #TheWalkingDead— Tiff Marie (@TiffMonde) March 12, 2018
If my calculations are correct, Maggie is going to give birth to a three year old that already speaks English #TheWalkingDead— EMME (@emmymandrake) March 12, 2018
Father Gabriel and Hilltop physician Dr. Carson were held prisoner at the Sanctuary, with a determined Gabriel making it his God-given mission to return Maggie's doctor for the safety of her child.
The pair fled the Sanctuary only to be recaptured by the Saviors, who shot and killed Carson during an attempted escape. Thankfully, Carl's decision to recruit lone traveler Siddiq into the group could be the difference between life and death for Maggie when the time comes to give birth: Siddiq has medical training and will swiftly prove himself useful.
The doctor is gone, now who is going to deliver Maggie’s baby in season 16!!! #TheWalkingDead— Jael Fogle (@bookangel224) March 12, 2018
So I think Siddiq’s gonna be Maggie’s doctor when she gives birth.March 12, 2018
Maggie doesn't need a doctor... She's farm tough... she can squat over a patch of hay & squeeze that baby out.#TWD— Canada's Darci🦁🐯🐻 (@DarciCanada) March 12, 2018
If I see one more tweet about Maggie being pregnant....this has probably been like 2 weeks in the actually story line....maybe a couple months....she also has to eat very little....for all things holy quit asking about the baby bump #thewalkingdead #talkingdead pic.twitter.com/V11i5OI2dE— G~Rated 🙈🙉🙊 (@G_Na14) March 12, 2018
Don’t worry. They have time to give birth to, raise, and educate a whole new doctor by the time Maggie has her baby #TheWalkingDead— McClain (@mccthemonk) March 12, 2018
Maggie leads a defensive Hilltop into action in the preview for Sunday's episode, "The Key", which sees Simon and the Saviors set out to terrorize the farming community with weapons tainted with walker gore.
The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9/8c on AMC.1comments
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