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- "Don't push, Robbie."
- —Barbara to Robbie.[src]
He is described as "maybe five or six years old, dressed in a Thomas the Tank Engine sweat suit, barefoot, holding a moth-eaten blanket to his cheek, sucking his thumb".
Nothing is known about Robbie's life prior to or as the outbreak began, except for the fact that he is five or six years-old and his father owned a chainsaw.
At some point after the outbreak, Robbie somehow lost both of his parents and started being looked after by caretakers in Woodbury.
While Woodbury is overrun by zombies, Robbie gets lost and wanders a deserted back street in the northeast corner of the town in his Thomas the Tank Engine sweat suit. At first he doesn't notice the three adult biters following him until one grabs at him and he squeals in terror, darting out the way towards a side alley when two more zombies lurch out from the shadows. Robbie falls to the floor, too petrified to scream or cry as the dead surround him. Just then a burst of automatic gunfire reminds him of his father's chainsaw and the zombies collapse. Brian Blake, flanked by Bruce, Gabe and Martínez, orders the men to check him for bites. Martínez carries Robbie to safety while the boy wonders if Brian is an angel or a demon.
As the super-herd heads for Woodbury, Barbara Stern babysits all the children in one office, Robbie being one of the youngest of the group. As they are walking towards the office, Barbara tells him to stop pushing.
- Killed By
Robbie was killed by the walkers that overran Woodbury when the Pentecostal People of God blew up the gate. It is confirmed that only seven children survives the herds attack, Tommy, Lucas, Bethany, Mercy, Tiffany, Tyler and Jenny.