'The Walking Dead' Bringing Back Missing Community

The Walking Dead appears to be bringing back a community which has not been seen since Rick Grimes [...]

The Walking Dead appears to be bringing back a community which has not been seen since Rick Grimes exited the series in Episode 9x05.

Potential spoilers for The Walking Dead Episode 9x13 follow! Warning!

In the clip below from Episode 9x13 of The Walking Dead, the Kingdom prepares for the upcoming Fair. This event is aiming to bring together each of the communities as a means to offer opportunities for trade and enhance each communities living situation and relationships. While Alexandria has been hesitant to join the event, the others have all signed up. Among those participating: Oceanside.

Oceanside has been notably absent since Rick Grimes took off with Jadis in the first half of Season Nine. Their story seemed to reach a worthy conclusion when their revenge mission against the Saviors was completed.

Check out the clip from The Walking Dead Episode 9x13 which sees a banner for Oceanside at the Fair's preparations in the clip tweeted by AMC's official Twitter account below.

It is unknown if Sydney Park will reprise her role as Cyndie on The Walking Dead as she has moved on to a Pretty Little Liars spinoff since her hiatus with the AMC zombie series.

"Like truthfully, I really don't know. I hope so," Park told ComicBook.com when asked if she would return. "I love being a part of the show, and I feel like there is so much more story to tell, not only with my character and my tribe, but with everyone else." Park was hopeful fans will stay on board despite the looming loss of leading man Andrew Lincoln "because we have some really cool characters," she said. "But I hope to be on the show more, for sure."

The Walking Dead Episode 9x13 is titled, "Chokepoint." The official synopsis for Chokepoint reads, "Daryl's daring rescue mission forces Alpha to unleash a group of her own to retrieve what belongs to her, even if the price is paid in blood. The Kingdom's plans to reunite the communities is put in jeopardy." The episode is directed by Liesl Tommy on a script from Eddie Guzelian and David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick.

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