When the zombie apocalypse happens, you’ll be glad you bought a flamethrower. Works against hordes of the undead or your money back!— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 28, 2018
"When the zombie apocalypse happens, you'll be glad you bought a flamethrower," Musk wrote on Twitter. "Works against hordes of the undead or your money back!" "Can confirm," Riggs wrote in response, adding a follow up tweet submitting proof of purchase.
just preordered one, i better be able to mow down a horde with this bad boy pic.twitter.com/fDDMGb60WQ— chandler riggs (@chandlerriggs) January 28, 2018
"Just pre-ordered one," Riggs wrote, "I better be able to mow down a horde with this bad boy."
You "can't even deny how cool this thing looks," he wrote, sharing a picture of what is described as the "world's safest flamethrower."
u can’t even deny how cool this thing looks pic.twitter.com/ky8E440YuV— chandler riggs (@chandlerriggs) January 28, 2018
"Carl is going to die," Riggs said following a December episode that saw the teen reveal an incurable zombie bite on his midsection. "There's no way he can get back from that. His story is definitely coming to an end."
Riggs noted leaving The Walking Dead wasn't his decision, which was "all story related."
"It made sense story-wise for it to happen for Rick and Michonne and all the other characters," Riggs said.
"That is a one-way ticket," Gimple said, shooting down theories Carl's looming death could be altered.
Fans launched petitions to save Carl and fire Gimple from his position as showrunner as response to the controversial death sentence, set to play out in February's mid-season premiere.
"I think it's one of our most powerful episodes that we've ever produced," director Greg Nicotero said of the episode. "When I watched the first cut of this episode, tears were coming out of my eyes 20 minutes into it."
Riggs will next appear in big screen crime thriller Inherit the Viper alongside Josh Hartnett and Bruce Dern.
The Walking Dead returns Sunday, February 25 on AMC.