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Nothing is known about Bob's life prior to or as the outbreak began, except that he had a wife, Natalie Miller, and had many children and grandchildren. Whether or not any of them survived the outbreak or are living in Alexandria remains unknown.
Bob sits on his porch with his wife and they meet Carl and Judith Grimes as they are on a walk. Bob and Natalie are both thrilled to see Judith and coo over her affectionately. He later witnesses the confrontation between Aiden Monroe and Glenn Rhee at the town gates.
Bob attends Deanna Monroe's party with Natalie. He spends his time socializing with the new arrivals and other residents. He, like the rest of the partygoers, are stunned by newcomer Sasha Williams' outburst.
Bob is sitting on his porch steps with his wife as he chats with Stacy. When he hears the commotion going on in the streets, he and his wife race to the scene, where he witnesses the fight between Pete Anderson and Rick Grimes, and then listens on as Rick gives his speech to Deanna and the rest of the townspeople before he is knocked out by Michonne.
Bob is among the townspeople present at the community forum to discuss Rick's fate after the brawl in the streets the day before. He also witnesses the murder of Deanna's husband, Reg, and the execution of Pete, both of which horrifies him and his wife.
Bob is present at the meeting with his wife in Deanna's house regarding Rick's plan on what to do with the walkers at the quarry.
Bob is one of the many townspeople by the front gate, listening to the growing horde gathering outside the walls and mourning the loss of his wife, who was killed in the attack by the Wolves. He appears to be very concerned about the situation and listens to Rick and Aaron as they address the crowd.
Bob attends Father Gabriel's prayer circle with Kent, Barbara, Kyle, and several other Alexandrians. He also witnesses Enid and Glenn Rhee's green balloons floating in the sky, just before the wall is brought down by the collapsing church steeple.
Bob took shelter in Father Gabriel's church with Tobin, Anna and several other residents. He listens to Gabriel's speech about having the courage to save Alexandria from the herd but does not participate in the battle, likely due to his age.
Bob is among the townspeople present at the church when Rick informs them that he is no longer in charge and that all guns need to be turned over to the Saviors.
Bob is among the townspeople to witness Spencer and Negan play pool and the former's death at the hands of Negan. After Rosita attempts to shoot Negan but hits Lucille instead, Bob is horrified as Arat guns down Olivia on his command to kill a resident.
Bob appears in Carl's dream sequence as he prepares for a festival outside in the streets of Alexandria.
Bob appears in Carl's dream sequence as Rick and Judith walk around Alexandria. In the present, Bob remains in the sewers with the other Alexandrians as the Saviors' grenades continue to blow apart Alexandria above them. After the explosions subside and the remaining Saviors leave, Bob and the others prepare to head to the Hilltop for refuge.
Although unseen, Bob travels through the woods and swamp to the Hilltop Colony with surviving Alexandrians and is welcomed into the community with open arms.
Although unseen, Bob is among the survivors to take refuge in the Barrington House during the Saviors' attack on the Hilltop. Having survived the assault, he sleeps within the Barrington House until victims of the tainted weapon attack start turning and attacking the other residents and refugees. However, Bob is among the survivors to flee the house unharmed.
Although unseen, Bob escapes the Hilltop with the other residents and refugees as the Savior approach the town. He and the other survivors flee into the woods to safety while Tara, Alden, and the other Savior defectors stay behind to fight off the attacking Saviors. Later, he returns to the Hilltop and celebrates with the other survivors before eventually making his way back home with the other Alexandrians.
Sometime during the 1.5 year time skip, Bob Miller passed away due to natural causes and was buried in Alexandria.
- Killed By
- Natural Causes (Off-Screen)
Some time after the war against the Saviors ended, Bob Miller passed away due to old age.
This list shows the victims Bob has killed:
- Possibly a few zombies
- Bob is one of the few background characters to appear in four consecutive seasons, and is one such character who had not spoken a single line of dialogue.
- Bob is present in the Spencer/Olivia death scene in "Hearts Still Beating", but is missing, along with two other extras, as soon as Olivia is killed.
- Despite being seen fleeing to the sewers in "How It's Gotta Be", Bob Miller was not seen with the rest of the Alexandrians in "Dead or Alive Or". The reasoning for this is because the terrain of the woods was not safe for Curtis Jackson's age so he was unable to film for the episode.
- For the same reasons, Curtis Jackson did not film for "Wrath" due to the nature of the scene involving running through the woods.
- ↑ Curtis Jackson was the only core Alexandria extra not brought back for filming in Season 9, despite his availability and other core extras being asked back for filming. Due to his old age and the multiple time skips in the storyline for Season 9, it was concluded amongst the cast and crew that an elderly character such as Bob Miller would have eventually passed away due to natural causes/old age, hence the actor not being asked to return for filming.