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"One way or another, he's going to use me to hurt my friends. Our friends. And there is nothing I can do about it except make sure I'm not alive to give him the chance. If he has me, he will hurt them. I have to die. It's the only way. I know you won't do anything to stop them, I know that. But please, Eugene... Don't let them use me to hurt our people."
—Sasha to Eugene about Negan using her against their friends.[src]

Sasha Williams is a main character and a survivor of the outbreak in AMC's The Walking Dead. Before the outbreak she was a firefighter. Sasha belonged to a small group led by older brother Tyreese, trying to find a safe haven, and soon became one of the newcomers at the prison acting as a council member.

After the downfall of the prison, Sasha forms a relationship with fellow newcomer, Bob Stookey. Following the deaths of Bob and Tyreese, she suffers from severe PTSD, resulting in insolation and refusal to invest in Alexandria, believing its concept of re-establishing normal life to be an avoidance of the harsh reality of the apocalyptic world.

Sasha eventually comes to an acceptance of the community and forms a short but profound relationship with Abraham Ford, in which both share common experience with PTSD and suicidal recklessness. Later on, Abraham is murdered by Negan Smith, and Sasha takes Maggie Rhee to Hilltop to look after her during her pregnancy.


Sasha is a fierce, pragmatic and scarred woman who's a dead-eye with a gun. She is extremely practical and always leans towards the most logical decision, though beneath her rough exterior lies compassion and loyalty for her friends. Due to trauma post-apocalypse, Sasha has become extremely hardened and detached.

Along with her brother, Sasha has strong morals, but often questions the safety of other survivalist groups and communities. This is shown when Carl locks she and her fellow survivors into a cell-block after they arrive at the prison, to which she panics and yells at Carl, being unaware of the nature of Carl's group, ensuring their situation is not precarious. Later, when she arrives at Woodbury, she begins to question The Governor and soon on the journey to Terminus with Maggie Rhee and Bob Stookey, as she strongly suspects their destination to be false hope, which proves to be true.

She has shown leadership qualities, having been the co-leader one of the prominent supply runners for the prison, along with Daryl Dixon. Being one of the most well-known at the prison, Sasha became one of the council members, showing that she was trusted by the other members of the Survivors. Bob asks for her permission to come along and she is shown to be giving everyone else orders. Tyreese jokingly asks "Was there ever a time you weren't the boss of me?" On the road with Maggie and Bob, she insists they follow her lead and find a place to live by themselves, proposing a more practical approach to survival. Sasha appears to be a realist.

Sasha's practicality and cynicism often clashes with the optimism of Bob and Tyreese. Bob attempts to get her to open up to people and see a broader outlook on life beyond simply surviving, and the two become a couple. After the deaths of Bob and Tyreese in a short period of time, Sasha flounders with PTSD and depression. It exacerbates when she spends time in the civil community of Alexandria, largely unaffected by the brutality of the apocalyptic world outside. Examples include her shooting the photo frames of dead families as target practice, stemming from an explosive rage of jealousy that they have not lived the horrors of the world as she has. Her alertness at the party, trying to pay attention to so much but not being able to keep track conversations and exploding at a woman who speaks of trivial matters such as her favorite meal, also highlight this. She later hunts walkers as a way of lashing out her rage over the deaths.

Eventually, Sasha finds solace with Maggie's support and accepting her losses. She makes the decision that she wants to live and move on. Moving past the worst of her grief, she contributes in Rick's quarry plan on patrols with Abraham Ford. Despite her previous hostility towards him, the two form a bond and she empathizes with his own severe struggles of PTSD. She expresses concern of his actions, and says that she can see his struggles but he must acknowledge the extent of how much weight they carry with a community of people to be accountable for, and for there to be a bigger picture to live a fulfilled life, in some way. Abraham agrees and hopes for a long and fruitful life. He begins to flirt with her, and compliments her no-nonsense attitude. While she accepts his compliments, she is conscious of the fact he is still in a relationship. After several months, the two continue bonding but Sasha has decided to stop going on patrols and gives Eugene her shift so she can distance herself (aware that Abraham and Rosita are together). Abraham then breaks up with Rosita. Later, after Denise dies and Abraham and the others face another life-threatening situation, he approaches her and reminds her of what she said to him about choices, and the idea of not knowing if tomorrow will be their last day, and "thirty years" still not being enough. He tells her she has choices too, and she asks him to come inside, as they begin a relationship together.


Jacksonville, Florida

Sasha and her older brother, Tyreese, both lived somewhere in Jacksonville, Florida, before the outbreak began. She was raised by her disciplined father, a war veteran. They had a neighbor called Jerry. As children, Sasha used to follow Tyreese around and copy everything he did. When she grew up, Sasha was employed as a firefighter.


During the outbreak's onset, she and her older brother, Tyreese, stayed at a bunker in their neighbor Jerry's backyard for about 7 months, until they ran out of supplies. After that, they met up with survivors Allen, Donna, and Ben and joined a larger group, which had about 25 survivors at one point. The camp was eventually overrun, and many were killed. For about 6 weeks they wandered until they arrived at the West Georgia Correctional Facility.

Season 3

"Made to Suffer"

Sasha makes her debut appearance in this episode. She, along with the rest of her group, discover a collapsed part of the wall at the back of the prison. She debates on whether or not it's a good idea to enter. She ends up following the group's leader, and her brother, Tyreese, into a broken down part of the fence leading into the prison. While they hold up in the boiler room, they are attacked by numerous walkers. In the middle of the battle against the dead, a young boy, Carl Grimes, appears and saves them. Despite the confusion, Carl guides everyone back to the cell block.

"The Suicide King"

Sasha is first seen in the prison's common room, where she is talking with Beth Greene about Judith. Later, she and Tyreese tell the group about how they managed to survive through the past months. She is then seen assisting Tyreese, Allen, and Ben with taking Donna's body outside to bury her. When Allen comes up with the idea of taking over the prison, Sasha and Tyreese manage to get him and Ben to give up the plan, saying that "they're good people." At the end of the day, Tyreese's group returns to the kitchen, attempting to convince Rick Grimes into allowing them stay, saying that they'll "help with anything," and Sasha explains that they won't make it on their own, saying that it's like "Ten Little Indians" outside. When Rick begins hallucinating of his recently-deceased wife and yelling at "Lori" to get out, Sasha and the rest of them leave the prison (believing Rick was yelling at them).

"I Ain't a Judas"

Sasha and her group run into Andrea during her return to the prison. Milton and Andrea tell them about Woodbury, and Milton offers to take them there. She and the group arrive in Woodbury, and mention the prison during a conversation with The Governor. Tyreese says he can provide some details about the layout of the prison. Throughout this discussion, she is continuously stared at by The Governor.


Sasha and Tyreese are seen guarding the wall and Sasha makes fun of how poor a shot Tyreese is when Andrea comes and tries to lure them away to another part of the wall. When they refuse, Andrea confesses that she's leaving Woodbury and they should too. She warns them about The Governor before fleeing. Sasha is later seen at the walker pit and witnesses the fight between Allen and Tyreese. She tries intervening to save Allen when Tyreese holds him over the pit.

"Welcome to the Tombs"

Sasha is seen with Tyreese and the rest of the Woodbury residents, as they prepare to move out to attack the prison, when her brother announces to the Governor that he and Sasha are not going with them, because they "don't kill people, just walkers", saying they are staying to protect the children, and if he wants to, they leave when he comes back. The Governor then gives Tyreese a rifle and coldly thanks them, leaving Sasha scared with his reaction. When Rick, Daryl Dixon, Michonne Hawthorne and Karen reach Woodbury, Sasha and Tyreese are told that the Governor went mad and killed all Woodbury soldiers who wanted to retreat. Later, Sasha and Tyreese are taken, along with the remaining Woodbury survivors, to the prison, where they join the group.

Season 4

"30 Days Without An Accident"

Sasha is seen readying a vehicle with Tyreese to go on a supply run to Big Spot. Newcomer Bob Stookey asks her if he can go. She is initially reluctant to let him come along, saying he has only been with them a week. "You were out on your own when Daryl found you. I just want to make sure you know how to play on a team," she tells him, but ultimately decides to let him come.

At Big Spot, Sasha lays out the group's plan to get in and get out. Things go awry when Bob accidentally breaks a shelf, which lands on him. Walkers suddenly begin falling in from holes in the ceiling. Sasha is seen fighting with a pool cue alongside Michonne. Zach is bitten by one while saving Bob. A helicopter makes the roof cave in, crushing Zach and the walkers while Sasha and the others escape.


She is first seen with the other "council" members discussing the situation at the prison and how to deal with it before she and Karen persuade Tyreese that its best to put Karen in isolation. Later she is seen helping the others deal with the walkers at the fences and is the one to spot the rat corpses suggesting that someone is feeding the walkers.


Sasha is seen exiting one of the cell blocks, coughing heavily, and running a fever. Glenn Rhee and Hershel look at her with great concern. She states that she needs to find Dr. S and that she will be all right. She goes to look for him in Cell Block A where the sick people are staying, but when she find him she discovers that he is also sick. She is quarantined behind a glass barrier, which is guarded by Tyreese. They are later seen talking and she expresses her condolences for Karen. Tyreese tells her that a group went out looking for antibiotics for the sick, which he later joins to make sure she recovers. Tyreese asks Carol to look after Sasha while he is gone.


Sasha gets worse as the episode goes on. Hershel tells her to take over the incubator attached to Henry, who is in the final stage of the deadly flu, while he goes to help other patients. Sasha leaves her post later for Glenn to take over. Henry later succumbs and turns. Sasha later becomes dehydrated, so Hershel performs I.V. treatment to her and she is revived. Sasha then tells Hershel that she always calculated everything to live as long as possible and is thankful for his "stupid" behavior, (Hershel risking getting sick to save the flu infected survivors). At the end of the episode Sasha is cradled by the recently arrived Tyreese. It is not shown, but it is inferred that she was given the injection to stop the flu.

"Too Far Gone"

Sasha's condition has improved. However she still hasn't made a full recovery, as she nearly faints while speaking to Bob. She tries to thank him, to his disapproval, because she does not know of his actions during the run.

She is later seen with Bob and Maggie shooting at The Governor's men. Bob is shot and the trio is left behind as the bus drives away. Sasha doesn't seem too worried and says they'll figure it out.


Sasha is seen on a river bank in the forest with Maggie, bandaging Bob's shoulder. She objects to Maggie's plan of going to look for Glenn and the prison bus, but after Bob decides to go with Maggie, she follows. They later find the bus, now filled with the undead prison occupants, which they proceed to clear out.


Sasha is with Bob and Maggie fighting off walkers in fog. Sasha sees that Bob has been attacked by a walker on his arm and shows deep sorrow, believing he has been bitten. Bob reveals the walker got him on his bandage and the three cheer in relief. Sasha disagrees with Bob and Maggie about going to Terminus, citing practical reasons for survival and questioning the stability of the place, and whether it is truly a safe haven. She tries to convince Bob to find a safe place to stay but he still wants to go to Terminus with Maggie. Bob believes Sasha is simply afraid to take a leap of faith to find out whether Tyreese is dead or not. Sasha tries to insist she is not afraid. When Bob and Sasha find out Maggie left for Terminus they go after her. Sasha finds a safe building and she tries to convince Bob to come with her, but Bob kisses her and goes after Maggie. Sasha, now alone, begins to cry but then looks out of the building window and sees Maggie. Sasha and Maggie fight off walkers. Maggie convinces Sasha that they can get to Terminus and she knows Sasha is afraid of the dangers, but makes her aware of what she is risking it for. Sasha admits she is afraid, then agrees to come, much to Maggie's happiness. The two then go after Bob and the three reunite to go to Terminus.


Glenn and Abraham Ford's group continue along the tracks, uncovering more bloody messages from Maggie, Bob and Sasha. After Glenn and Abraham's groups part ways at a mountainside railway tunnel, Sasha and her group later meet with Abraham, Rosita Espinosa and Eugene Porter on the other side. The six return to the railway tunnel that Glenn and Tara entered in pursuit of Maggie and save the two from advancing walkers. The group decides to settle down in the tunnel that night and Sasha learns of Abraham's mission and Eugene's claims. She agrees to go on with the group to Washington, but only after arriving at Terminus to see if Tyreese has made it. Bob agrees with her, on both counts. The following day, Sasha and the rest of the group arrive on foot at Terminus. After easily entering the compound's perimeter, the group eventually come upon a middle aged woman, Mary, cooking in a courtyard. The woman smiles and introduces herself, telling them she'll get them settled before offering them a plate of food.


Sasha appears in the train car at Terminus when Rick, Carl, Michonne and Daryl enter.

Season 5

"No Sanctuary"

Sasha helps prepare weapons to attack the Terminus guards. When Eugene starts talking about protecting himself so he can cure the virus, Sasha questions him, causing Eugene to reveal his intentions to the group. As Terminus is under attack, Sasha escapes with the other survivors. In the woods, Sasha shares an emotional reunion with Tyreese and happily walks alongside him as the survivors make their journey away from Terminus.


Sasha is seen playing a game with Bob called 'good out of the bad'. After a few rounds they kiss. Sasha is present when the group find Gabriel and he leads them to his church. Sasha goes with Bob, Rick, Michonne and Gabriel to the local food bank to look for supplies. When they discover the floor has fallen through, Sasha creates a plan to use the shelves to block them away from the walkers to take them out more easily. When Bob is dragged under the water by a walker, Sasha rushes to help him. Later in the church, Sasha and Bob are sat together during Abrahams speech. After the speech she leaves to go hold Judith, giving Bob one last kiss before he leaves the church.

"Four Walls and a Roof"

Sasha is first seen wandering in the woods, looking for Bob after he goes missing. Rick and Tyreese bring her back inside. Sasha assumes Bob, Carol and Daryl's disappearances are connected to Gabriel, so angrily confronts him with a knife. She listens as Gabriel breaks down and admits his sins. After Bob is dumped outside, she rushes to him, enlisting Tara and others to carry him inside. She is shocked by what has happened to his leg and offers him medicine, but he refuses and reveals his bite. Sasha stays by Bob's side when he is moved into Gabriel's office. When Rick, Maggie, Glenn, Abraham, Tara and Michonne plan to leave the church and kill the cannibals Sasha volunteers to go with them. Tyreese tries to persuade her to stay with Bob for when he wakes up but she refuses. When they ambush the cannibals, Sasha kills Martin by stabbing him repeatedly in the chest. Sasha is present as everyone says their goodbyes to Bob, holding his hand before leaving him alone with Rick and Judith. Sasha is then with Bob when he wakes up from a dream about her. Sasha gives Bob one last smile and asks him "What's the good that comes out of this bad?". Bob then dies and Sasha starts crying, readying her knife to stop him reanimating. Tyreese then walks in and takes the knife from her, not letting her go through this. Sasha is then seen wearing Bob's jacket over his grave, making a makeshift gravestone from twigs and rope. Sasha stays at the church to help find Carol and Daryl, instead of going ahead to Washington with Abraham and his group.


Sasha is severely troubled by Bob's loss and opens the episode by hacking apart a pew in Father Gabriel's church, while Tyreese comments to Daryl about how hard losing him was. Sasha is wearing Bob's green military jacket while she helps fortify the church.

In the truck, on the way to the hospital in Atlanta, she refuses Tyreese's attempts at consoling her, but later on when she tears Bob's jacket while unloading equipment, she accepts his help.

There is a moment when Officer Lamson first says his name is "Bob," and we can tell that might be very meaningful to Sasha. She guards him and gets to know him while they wait for the plan to come to fruition. Bob Lamson tells her about a friend of his that he was replaced with that took the last load of survivors to the evacuation center, and that he recognized his animated corpse, fused with the blacktop on the way into the area. He asks Sasha to take care of him, and she asks where the zombie is. They go together about to the other side of the factory floor and he tells her where his friend is. When she lines up the shot, though, he slams into her, knocking her unconscious on the window, and runs out the door, with his hands still bound.


Sasha survives the attack by Lamson and is seen on the roof-top with Tyreese as they watch over Rick, who is making himself known to the police officers at the hospital. Tyreese confesses to Sasha that he previously had the chance to kill Martin, the Hunter Sasha murdered, but didn't. Tyreese then asks what happened to them and wonders if they're still the same as they were as kids. Sasha dismisses this and tells him that he is still the same, which is a good thing, but she can't be anymore. The two then proceed to watch over Rick. Sasha shoots an incoming walker, revealing to the officers that Rick has people covering him.

Sasha later accompanies Rick and the others as they meet with Dawn Lerner to exchange prisoners. It goes smoothly, and Carol and Beth are returned safely, but Dawn insists that Noah return to the hospital. Her insistence results in tension, but Noah agrees to prevent further bloodshed. Dawn makes a snide remark to Noah, which angers Beth, who attacks her with a pair of scissors. Dawn reacts instinctively and shoots Beth in the head, killing her instantly. Sasha and the others witness this in shock and horror. Daryl, enraged, shoots Dawn in the head, killing her as well. Officer Shepherd defuses the situation and tells them that Dawn was always the problem. The group are invited to stay at the hospital, but Rick refuses and in return demands that anybody who wants to leave the hospital be allowed to do so with him. Only Noah agrees to leave.

The group depart the hospital just as Maggie, Abraham, Glenn, Michonne and the others arrive. Sasha watches on in helplessness as Maggie sobs hysterically at the sight of Beth's body, which is being carried out of the hospital by a devastated Daryl.

"What Happened and What's Going On"

Sasha is seen towards the end of the episode. After Tyreese is bitten, has his arm amputated and dies, she is seen near the end of the episode at his funeral, receiving a shovel by Daryl to finish burying her brother, Tyreese. However, due to her catatonia, she is unable to bury him and staggers away from his grave in despair.


Sasha is first seen looking for water in the forest, finding a dried up stream containing several dead frogs. She then reunites with Maggie and Daryl before rejoining the whole group. She then talks to Michonne as the group are walking, talking about how she could take on the walkers following them and how she is not like her brother. When the group plans to take out the walkers behind them by pushing them off a cliff, Sasha joins in the effort. But she decides to not follow the plan and begins stabbing walkers instead, extremely angry whilst doing it. In her rage she almost stabs Michonne and cuts Abraham on his upper arm. Michonne then pushes her to the ground to stop her. Whilst walking, Abraham offers Sasha some alcohol he found but she refuses. Sasha is next seen killing four dogs when they were about to attack the group on the road. After collecting firewood, she tells Noah that if he doesn't think he will make it he wont. When water is mysteriously left for them and it begins to rain, she is one of the only people not to seem happy about it, along with Daryl and Maggie. The group then find a barn to shelter in from a storm, where Sasha sits alone in the corner. When a herd attacks the barn, Sasha is the third to get up and try to hold the door, after Maggie and Daryl. The group is just barely saved by a timely tornado that wrecked the herd of walkers. The next morning, Daryl and Maggie discuss Sasha's brother before Maggie wakes her up and takes her outside. The storm had destroyed the woods nearby, impaling and crushing walkers. The two girls head to a field and sit on a log, watching the sunrise. Sasha explains that she doesn't think she can survive, but Maggie persuades her she can. Her and Maggie are then approached by a stranger asking for Rick, when the music box starts playing.

"The Distance"

Sasha brings Aaron into the barn, carrying his backpack and vouching for him being safe. She rides on the RV for both legs of the journey to the Alexandria Safe-Zone at night. She remains silent during Rick's argument with Aaron regarding where he could be sleeping. The following morning, she gets out of the RV and enters Alexandria.


Sasha appears throughout the episode, first killing a walker just outside the gate. She is one of the only people not to be assigned a job by the end of the episode, along with Daryl.


Sasha goes outside the wall and shoots framed photographs as target practice. When she returns, she asks the leader, Deanna Monroe, if she could be lookout and volunteers to take as many shifts as possible. Deanna picks up on that and asks why she wants to be lookout so desperately, but Sasha is interrupted by Rick. Deanna says she'll think about it if she comes to a welcome party for her and the other new arrivals. However, the atmosphere makes her uncomfortable as the guests worry about little matters such as pasta makers and begins reliving experiences with Tyreese, Bob and Beth and their subsequent deaths before out-bursting at an Alexandria resident and storming off. The next day as she stands near the gate she tells Deanna that Alexandria "isn't real." Deanna disagrees with her before handing Sasha a box of ammunition and lets her out the gate.


Sasha is seen at night in the tower, taking out a walker which is heading towards Alexandria. The next day she is no where to be found, hence Michonne and Rosita going to look for her. She has been hunting walkers in the woods all day when they find her. Walkers attack and the three women fight them off. When Sasha runs out of ammo in her clip, she uses her knife. A walker tackles her to the ground and she loses her knife. Whilst reaching for it, Michonne takes it out with her gun. She smacks away Michonne's hand when offered a hand up. She breaks down and tells them they can't help her and feels guilty for Noah's death. Later during Rick's fight with Pete, she is back in the tower, sniping walkers again.


Sasha is first seen carting walkers individually into a mass grave alone, outside Alexandria. She then lies in the grave in silence, overcome with mixed emotions. Sasha is later seen sitting quietly in Alexandria's chapel, when Gabriel walks in. She asks him if he can help her rid her wild emotions, to which he replies "No". Gabriel accuses her of killing even when she had no reason to or it wasn't in self-defense, and aggressively throws guilt on her shoulders. Not wanting to believe this, she shouts repetitively, "STOP! STOP!", before the two have a brief fight. Sasha ultimately wins this fight and points her weapon at Gabriel, who is lying on the floor with Sasha keeping him down with her foot. Maggie walks in and defuses this situation, and the three of them are later seen in a circle in the chapel, praying.

Season 6

"First Time Again"

In the flashbacks after the prayer circle, a level headed Sasha, on her way home, spots a drunken Abraham. Abraham gestures a friendly peace sign which she returns before walking on. In a meeting held by Rick on handling the zombies in the quarry, she volunteers to help Daryl who she knows will need assistance, and Abraham then volunteers to go with her. Sasha is later seen on a road with the Survivors. Abraham approaches her and asks her if she is doing it because she wants to die, and Sasha smiles, saying, "No".

In the present, Sasha is seen with Rick and his entire group at the quarry. When the truck holding one of the exits closed begins to fall, Rick announces to everyone to get into their positions as the plan is now in place. Sasha and Abraham both get into a red car and begin to drive off and help Daryl lure the walkers away from the quarry. In the car Abraham asks Sasha if she is okay, and she reiterates that she is, and she's "trying". Responding to her previous comment earlier, she says that "doing something as big as this [is] living". They arrive at the wall and with the help of Daryl, they slowly begin to lure the walkers away onto the road. Abraham, who notices that some of the walkers are leaving the herd, gets out of the car and begins to kill a few of the stragglers, much to Sasha's protesting. He gets back into the car smiling and Sasha questions why he would do something so reckless. Abraham then goes on to describe the deaths of Reg and Pete Anderson in gruesome detail. Sasha then acknowledges Abraham's erratic behavior and his death wish. Both then hear the loud horn coming from the safezone but they still try and attempt to lure the herd away.

"Thank You"

Still leading the herd of walkers away in their vehicles, Sasha, Abraham, and Daryl all discuss plans to get the herd away from Alexandria without any casualties. Sasha says that the herd could stop them if Daryl goes ahead as he suggested. As Daryl speeds off, Sasha and Abraham yell for him not to go ahead.

Later, Sasha listens as Rick alters the plan. He tells Daryl to go back to Sasha and Abraham. At the end of the episode, Sasha and Abraham meet Daryl on the road in their vehicles, continuing to deter the herd away from Alexandria.

"Always Accountable"

Sasha first appears in the car with Abraham riding alongside Daryl. The group of 3 have successfully lured nearly half of the quarry zombies 20 miles away from Alexandria. Just when Sasha and Abraham begin to drive back to Alexandria, they are opened fire upon by an unknown group of survivors. Sasha and Abraham both drive away to which they get separated from Daryl. Sasha crashes the car into the woods to fool her attackers. Just then Sasha and Abraham both emerge from the woods and proceed to shoot the two attackers in their car. Abraham prepares to go after the other attackers but Sasha stops him saying there could be more of them. Sasha and Abraham both head to a nearby town where they spot a lone zombie, Abraham states he wants to go after the zombie but Sasha stops him again and says that they don't want to leave a trail for the attackers to follow. Abraham and Sasha head into a nearby building before Sasha writes "Dixon" on the door in an attempt for Daryl to find them.

Sasha and Abraham both rest in the house to which Abraham notices a walker behind a glass wall to which he wants to kill. Sasha then goes on to talk to Abraham about his behavior and his killer instinct and that he can change and not have to be so reckless to which he understands. Sasha offers to stay on watch for the night but Abraham says he will so she can sleep. Abraham later comes back to the house the next morning in an army dress suit with a RPG, cigars and a case filled with Rockets. Sasha is shocked and amazed at Abraham's discovery and she complements him for his find. Abraham then tells Sasha that he likes her and wants to get to know her better. Sasha accepts with reminding Abraham to focus on the situation at hand. Sasha notices an oil fuel truck outside the house and smiles when she sees Daryl. Sasha is present with Abraham and Daryl driving back to Alexandria when they hear a voice on their radio calling for help.

"Start to Finish"

Sasha is seen in a post-credits scene with Abraham and Daryl. Their truck is stopped by a gang on motorcycles. They tell them to get out the truck and hand over everything they have, because it now belongs to Negan.

"No Way Out"

As Sasha, Abraham and Daryl are driving back to Alexandria in the fuel truck, they are stopped by a group of armed men on motorcycles. The leader of the gang informs the trio that their guns and truck now belong to a man named Negan before taking their sidearms. He orders one of the men to take Daryl to the back of the truck and inspect its cargo while Sasha and Abraham stay behind. After some conversation between Abraham, Sasha and the leader of the gang, as the latter is threatening to shoot them, the whole group of bikers explodes. Daryl then comes out from behind the truck holding an RPG, having subdued and killed the biker who went to check cargo with him, and leaves with Abraham and Sasha

Later Sasha and Abraham suddenly appear. Standing on top of the fuel truck, they're able to gun down the walkers and save Glenn. Sasha then helps the Alexandrians and Rick fight the mega walker herd, eventually succeeding. Sasha is then resting outside of Denise's infirmary after the bloody battle.

"Knots Untie"

Two months have passed. Sasha continues bonding with Abraham. As Abraham tells her that he will see her tomorrow after they finish a run together, she tells him that she has changed from patrols back to guard duty again, and has given her job with Abraham to Eugene, who Sasha says wants to help out more. Abraham seems slightly saddened by this, but she offers another friendly peace sign gesture, which he returns and walks on. Briefly later, Abraham is in bed with Rosita and is thinking about Sasha, suggesting his romantic feelings towards her.

"Not Tomorrow Yet"

Sasha speaks to Rick and Michonne, asking if they have food, to which Michonne disappointingly responds that they do, for another month. At the meeting, Rick proposes the idea of an attack on the Saviors, the group of people who tried to kill her, Daryl and Abraham on the road. She agrees to go with the others to their main base.

Inside the main base, Sasha works on breaking into a door after scoping the area. She is with Abraham, who has since broken up with Rosita. One of the Saviors opens a door behind Abraham and sees them and instantly slashes at Abraham. The man lunges at Abraham but he pushes him off in Sasha's direction. Sasha stabs him repeatedly, but before he falls to his death, he reaches for the alarm and it goes off. Then, the group openly engage in combat against the alerted Saviors, killing about 20 of them overall. Sasha shoots one in the abdomen and leaves by morning with the others.

"Twice as Far"

Sasha is seen keeping watch and nods at Eugene daily when he arrives to take his shift. Later on, Abraham approaches her on her porch and reminds her of what she said to him about him having choices, and says that she has them too. She then invites him inside. Sasha then watches Rosita cover Eugene's shift due to his injury.


Sasha and Abraham continue bonding, as she climbs down the ladder from the guard post to give him a cigar. Rosita watches on, acknowledging the attraction between the two. Later, Rick panics when he learns Carol has left the community on her own, exiling herself. Sasha tells Rick that she did not see anyone through her 12 to 6am shift, and nobody else did. He then goes out to find Carol, but tells Sasha and the others to stay back in the community.

"Last Day on Earth"

Sasha remains with Rick throughout much of this episode in the RV and takes care of Maggie, who had come down with a sickness. When the RV is stopped on the road, Sasha goes with the others out of the vehicle to display their weapons to the Saviors ordering them to surrender. She gets back into the RV upon Rick's refusal to surrender. She consults the map to determine the fastest route to the Hilltop.

Later on, Abraham and she occupy the front of the vehicle. Abraham asks her if she believes that Maggie had made the right decision in deciding to become pregnant. She replies that she does not think she would make her choice and she is unsure if she is ready to have children. Abraham jokingly tells her that he is ready to have kids immediately. Sasha moves closer to him and kisses him, much to Abraham's delight. Before she can do anything further, the RV is blocked once again by a group of Saviors.

After leaving again and being stopped again, the RV comes to a rest in front of a chained up group of walkers. Sasha and Eugene recognize a few articles on the walkers' bodies as belongings of Michonne and Daryl. When they are shot at from atop a hill, Abraham covers them while she and Rick dispatch the walkers in their way.

Eugene volunteers to drive the RV alone while the others go on foot in the dark to try and sneak their way to the hilltop. When the Saviors announce their presence via a round of whistling, Rick calls for them all to run. Sasha lets the others carry Maggie while Sasha runs with her pistol drawn. She quietly surrenders when over seventy Saviors surround them, reveal the second captive group of the Saviors and she watches in horror as Negan Smith, the leader of the Saviors, decides which of her group to beat to death. Then he selects his victim and brutally kills an alexandrian. At this point, it is unknown if Sasha is the victim or not.

Season 7

"The Day Will Come When You Won't Be"

It is revealed that Abraham was selected, and Sasha watches helplessly as he is brutally beaten to death. Sasha, along with the rest of the group, reacts in shock and horror at the deaths of Abraham Ford and Glenn Rhee. When the executions have finished, Sasha is forced to stay behind with the remaining survivors until daybreak while Negan takes Rick away in the RV to an unknown location.

Sasha watches on helplessly as Negan returns with Rick who then threatens her life if Rick does not obey Negan's command to amputate Carl's left arm. After Negan is satisfied, he stops Rick from performing the amputation believing he has become submissive and thus spares Sasha's life along with the others who were also threatened.

When the Saviors leave, Sasha volunteers to assist a mourning Maggie in getting to the Hilltop to seek her appropriate medical needs. Sasha then approaches a distraught Rosita and the two lament over Abraham's corpse along with Eugene who is also devastated by the loss.

"Go Getters"

Sasha waits for Maggie outside Dr. Carson’s trailer. She comes outside and asks where Glenn and Abraham are buried.

At the graves, Sasha gives Maggie Glenn's pocket watch. She places it on Glenn's grave as a marker. Sasha tells her she could only find a cigar for Abraham. Sasha offers to stay at The Hilltop with Maggie. Jesus approaches, and places flowers on the graves.

Gregory arrives and demands to know why Maggie's people didn't wipe out all The Saviors, and whether they know about his deal with Rick. He tells Sasha and Maggie to burn Glenn and Abraham's bodies and orders them to leave The Hilltop by morning.

Sasha makes her bed in Jesus' trailer, where she and Maggie are staying the night. She asks Jesus to change Gregory's mind and offers to earn Maggie’s keep by scavenging for The Hilltop. Jesus gives her Abraham's brake light necklace.

Sasha and Maggie wake up in the middle of the night and see fires blazing outside. Music blares from a parked car. The Hilltop gates are wide open. The trailer's door and windows are locked so they climb out through the sunroof. They see walkers flooding in through the front gate, drawn by the music.

Sasha and Jesus kill walkers. Sasha tries to stop the music but finds the car sealed off with metal grates. She sees a metal hand with an extended middle finger attached to the back of the car – she realizes the Saviors are behind the attack.

The next day, Gregory thanks Sasha and Maggie for saving The Hilltop but still refuses to let them stay. He slyly offers to work something out with Sasha one-on-one. They're interrupted by the sound of Saviors in the courtyard. Gregory tells Jesus to hide Sasha and Maggie in the foyet closet, but he hides them in Gregory's bedroom.

As the Saviors leave, Jesus tells Maggie and Sasha that initially, he couldn't imagine anyone but Gregory running The Hilltop. "I can now," he says cryptically. Maggie leaves. Sasha asks Jesus to find out where Negan lives, but to keep it a secret from Maggie. Jesus agrees to follow the truck that's heading back to The Saviors' compound.

Sasha joins Maggie and Enid in Jesus' trailer. They sit around the table, take each other's hands and pray.

Later, Sasha sharpens her knife while Abraham's cigar hangs from her mouth.

"Hearts Still Beating"

Sasha arrives at the trailer with an apple pie. She tells Maggie that a resident's daughter thinks Maggie should run for president of Hilltop. Maggie asks if Jesus is still around as she wants him to pick up school supplies for the children. Sasha reveals he left for a supply run that morning. Maggie leaves to get milk, and Enid calls Sasha out for lying to Maggie. She guesses that she's trying to kill Negan, and tells her she is not the only person that wants to. Sasha urges Enid not to tell Maggie as she would want to help and they need to keep her safe.

Sasha reunites with Rick and the others as they arrive at the Hilltop. Rosita gives her a reassuring nod, which she returns before giving Michonne a hug. Together, they all stride towards the mansion.

"Rock in the Road"

Sasha is present when Rick tries to convince Gregory to fight against the Saviors. Jesus then tells the group it's time they met King Ezekiel.

Sasha accompanies the group to the Kingdom, where they are reunited with Morgan and meet Ezekiel. After Ezekiel refuses to fight, Sasha vents to Rosita that she knew he would say no but it still pissed her off. Rosita blows her off and tells her that just because they slept with the same guy, it doesn't make them friends.

On their way back from the Kingdom, they encounter a blockade of cars on the highway set up by the Saviors. Sasha helps to dismantle the explosives as a herd begins to approach. Rick asks if she and Jesus can make it back to the Hilltop on foot, and they head back.

"Say Yes"

Sasha is kneeling by Abraham's grave when Rosita arrives. She asks for her help to kill Negan. Sasha agrees to help on one condition - she gets to take the shot. Rosita agrees and hands Sasha a rifle. She tells her she memorized Daryl and Carl's description of Negan's compound. Sasha says Jesus drew her a map of the compound’s exterior. Sasha says she is ready to kill him and they acknowledge that the mission will likely end in their deaths. Rosita emphasizes, "It's a one way ticket for both of us. If it is both of us." Sasha agrees.

"The Other Side"

Sasha sharpens a blade and draws floor plans of the Sanctuary.

Sasha trains the Hilltop residents with knives. Later on in the trailer, Jesus hands her a map of the Sanctuary.

Sasha is sitting by Abraham’s grave when Rosita arrives and tells her she needs her help.

Sasha takes some bullets hidden in a book but is caught by Jesus and Enid. He begs Sasha to delay her mission until more people can join her, but she refuses. Sasha hands Enid a bracelet for Maggie's baby and tells her to work on it while she's gone. Enid warns Sasha that she's going to tell Maggie what's going on, but she'll give Sasha a ten-minute head start.

Sasha packs her bag and she and Rosita leave the Hilltop through a secret escape hatch. They escape through the woods on foot. Rosita tries to hotwire a car, to no avail. She notices Sasha's necklace and gruffly points out that she made it for Abraham. As the two continue looking for a ride, Rosita rebuffs Sasha's attempts to make small talk.

Sasha suggests they hole up in a building near the Sanctuary and shoot Negan from a distance. She's sure she won't miss. Rosita argues that they should enter the compound and kill Negan on-site to ensure success.

At an abandoned car lot, Sasha and Rosita climb the fence and Rosita hotwires a car. They drive off to the Sanctuary.

Sasha and Rosita situate themselves in an empty building near the Sanctuary. Sasha observes the walker yard through her rifle's scope and sees Eugene monitoring the area, and giving orders. She relays the information to Rosita, who is convinced Eugene must be playing some angle.

As they wait for Negan to emerge, Rosita opens up to Sasha, revealing she learned everything she knows about bombs, cars, knots etc from men she dated. They wanted to protect her but she always ended up surpassing their skills. Sasha asks if it was the same with Abraham. Rosita says Abraham saw her as she was. Rosita admits that she wasted her time hating Sasha and wishes she could've gotten the chance to tell Abraham she was happy for him. She asks Sasha if she was happy, and she says she was. She says Negan denied Abraham the chance to go out fighting, to make a point. She says that's what they all want and that no matter what happens, she has Rosita's back. Rosita agrees.

Sasha looks through the rifle's scope again and sees the truck arrive with Harlan Carson. Negan finally walks into the courtyard Sasha is unable to get a clear shot. They hear Eugene on their walkie, ordering Saviors to help beef up fence security. There's a change in plans as Sasha and Rosita decide to enter the compound.

That night, Sasha and Rosita kill a Savior accompanying Eugene in the courtyard and attempt to break him free. Eugene refuses and goes back inside.

Sasha tells Rosita to keep watch as she slips through the fence. She closes the opening behind her at the last minute, locking Rosita out. Despite Rosita's protests, Sasha tells her it is not her time and that Alexandria still needs her. Sasha smiles before running towards the Sanctuary, gunning down another Savior before she makes it inside.

"Something They Need"

Sasha, having failed to kill Negan off-screen, lies on the ground of Daryl's old cell, her arms and legs bound. A Savior named David visits and she asks for water. David gets uncomfortably close and tears her shirt. Sasha headbutts him, knocking him over. Angered, David unbuckles his pants and tries to rape her. However, Negan intervenes and reminds David that rape is forbidden before stabbing him through the neck, killing him.

Sasha assures Negan that Rick did not send her to assassinate him. Negan, impressed by Sasha’s "lady nuts," asks her to join the Saviors. He unties her wrists, gives her his knife and presents his proposition: she can choose not to use the knife, allowing David to reanimate and kill her, or she can save herself and use the knife against David, but she'll have to join Negan's cause. He leaves the cell.

Eugene brings Sasha a blanket and pillow. He explains why he joined Negan and recommends she do the same as Abraham would want her to. Sasha glares at him and Eugene admits he wouldn't. Sasha orders him to leave as David starts to reanimate.

Negan opens the door to Sasha's cell and sees that Sasha has put down David with the knife. "You win," Sasha says, agreeing to join him. Negan retrieves the knife and says that Sasha needs to further convince him of her loyalty. He tells her that he knows Rick is formulating a plot against him and that he plans to enlist her help in stopping him.

Eugene stops by Sasha's cell and assures her she made the right choice. Sasha sobs, convinced that she made the wrong decision. She's worried that she'll be used as a tool against the Survivors. She begs Eugene to bring her a weapon – a knife, gun or razor blade – so she can kill herself before Negan uses her against their friends. He agrees to consider her request. In the cell, Sasha's face shows resolve as she plays her angle.

Eugene knocks on Sasha's cell door and slips her the suicide pill that he made for Frankie and Tanya. Sasha despairs when she realizes he didn't bring her a weapon she can use against Negan.

"The First Day of the Rest of Your Life"

In a dark, enclosed space, Sasha struggles to maintain consciousness. Music echoes from her earbuds as she finally drifts off.

In a flashback, Sasha sleeps on a couch. Abraham wakes her and tells her that Maggie needs medical attention, and he's accompanying the Survivors on their trip to Hilltop to get her to a doctor. Sasha asks him to stay behind.

In the present, Negan brings a tray of food to Sasha's cell. He assures her she doesn't have to die that day but warns that someone from the Survivors does. She asks him what he needs from her. In another flashback, Sasha sits next to Maggie in a field.

Sasha continues listening to music through her earbuds. Continuing the same flashback from earlier, Sasha tells Abraham that she had a dream in which he died.

In the present, Negan tells Sasha how he plans to use her in his attack against Alexandria. He insists on executing three people, but Sasha bargains him down to one.

In the flashback, Sasha and Maggie continue to stare out at the field.

Sasha listens to music on her headphones. She struggles to keep her eyes open. In the flashback, Sasha tells Abraham about her dream. They were at the beach, he went under water and never resurfaced. Abraham jokes that he hates the beach and gets up to leave for the Hilltop. Sasha again asks for them to sit this one out -- "Maggie's got to take care of Maggie," she says.

As Sasha and Eugene prepare to leave for Alexandria, he asks if she has had a change of heart regarding the "allergy medication". She says she has and he assures her she'll get used to life at the Sanctuary. "No, not like you," she says.

In the flashback, Sasha and Maggie watch the sunrise.

Sasha listens to music on her headphones. In the flashback, she and Abraham kiss. He reminds her that putting their lives on the line for others is what they do and that Maggie and her baby are the future. Sasha agrees, admitting guilt for her previous statement about Maggie. They leave for their doomed journey to the Hilltop.

As Negan's group mobilizes to attack Alexandria, Sasha confirms with Eugene that it will take a couple of hours to reach their destination. Eugene gives her an iPod with headphones. Sasha tells Negan that she wants to travel to Alexandria in the casket so she can rest. She requests a bottle of water. Inside the coffin, Sasha selects a song from the iPod. As music begins to play, she pops the suicide pill in her mouth and takes a drink of water.

In the present, Negan opens the casket door. Sasha, now a walker, lunges at him and they fall from the truck. The Survivors takes advantage of the ensuing chaos and turns their guns on the Scavengers. As Sasha tries to bite Negan, Roy pulls her off of him and she tears into his face.

Later after the battle, Maggie and Jesus track Sasha down in the woods. Jesus pins her down as Maggie tearfully stabs her in the head.

Sasha is then later buried in Alexandria's graveyard with those who participated in the battle in attendance.

In a flashback, Sasha and Maggie continue to sit in a field, watching the sunrise. They turn to each other and smile.

Season 8

"Time for After"

While searching through the Sanctuary for supplies, Eugene Porter finds Sasha's coffin and has a flashback of the undead Sasha emerging from it. Inside the coffin, Eugene finds Sasha's music player with which he attempts to create a makeshift plane to draw the walkers away. However, Eugene's plan is foiled by Dwight.

Season 9

"What Comes After"

In an hallucination, Rick's back in the hospital and sees a similar door, this time reading, "Don't Open, Dead Outside." He walks through it and finds a pile of dead bodies of all his friends, dead and alive. Rick walks among them until he sees Sasha. She tells him none of this is real and it's time for him to wake up. "When you put all of us together, your family, you're not going to find them because they're not lost. And you're not lost," she tells him. Rick wakes up again and is thrown off the horse near the, now abandoned, camp as it runs off.

Season 10

"What We Become"

Sasha appears in Michonne's hallucination during the line-up where Michonne chooses who she will kill with Lucille.


Killed By

Sasha is captured and held hostage by the Saviors after trying to infiltrate the Sanctuary in order to avenge Abraham's death by killing Negan. After Negan takes her to ambush her friends, Sasha takes one of the cyanide tablets given to her by Eugene while in Negan's coffin. By the time the Saviors arrive at Alexandria, Sasha has died and reanimated as a walker.

After the battle with the Saviors, Maggie and Jesus find the reanimated Sasha in the woods outside of Alexandria. As Jesus pins Sasha to the ground, Maggie tearfully stabs her in the head.

Killed Victims

This list shows the victims Sasha has killed:


Tyreese Williams

"Was there ever a time you weren't the boss of me?"
—Tyreese to Sasha[src]

Tyreese is the older brother of Sasha. Surviving together, they share a close sibling bond. Despite this, Sasha does not share the same outlook as Tyreese and has different views on his crucial leadership decisions. While Sasha is pragmatic and fierce, Tyreese is more open-hearted and compassionate. The two, however, share the same moral values, which is shown when they both disapprove of Allen and Ben's plan to overtake the prison. When they enter Woodbury after rejection at the prison, Sasha shares guard duty with her brother and makes fun of his poor shooting skills compared to Sasha's accurate hits.

The siblings continue to look out for each other and carefully plan their decisions together. She stops him from taking his aggression out on Allen, possibly to avoid getting exiled from Woodbury. The two later decide to protect the innocent civilians as The Governor plans to assault the prison with the intention of leaving afterwards. When The Governor massacres his own militia and some civilians, Sasha and her brother work together in making sure the survivors leave Woodbury and safely make their way to the prison, offering a larger community now. They go on supply runs together during their stay. When Sasha becomes ill at the prison with the flu spreading, a devastated Tyreese comforts his sister before deciding to off on a supply run to find her a cure. He returns with the medicine needed and his sister recovers.

Once The Governor storms the prison and causes everyone to separate, Sasha does not focus on finding Tyreese, fearing him to be dead. She faces her fears and decides to go to Terminus reluctantly, a supposed safe haven. Relieved that her brother is not at the cannibal compound after her suspicions are proven to be correct, she is soon happily reunited with Tyreese as she escapes with the now reunited group. When Sasha's boyfriend Bob dies, Tyreese tries to help Sasha retain her humanity and offers to stab Bob's head to avoid reanimation. He is the only person to comfort her in her grief, and while she is initially unwilling to receive support and open up to others, her brother convinces her that Bob would have wanted her to do just that.

Tyreese and Sasha's perspectives on survival differ through their separated experiences. Tyreese believes in forgiveness, and tries to tell Sasha that she can be the woman she was prior to the apocalypse like he is, but Sasha disproves the notion, believing the violence, death and double-crossing can never bring her back to her compassionate side. While they differ in personality, Sasha and her brother both share the same boiled rage in loss. This is shown when Tyreese's girlfriend is killed and he fights a walker herd in suicidal rage. Sasha performs a similar act, breaking formation after her own brother's loss. When Tyreese is killed, Sasha is distraught, not being able to pick the shovel to help bury him. She suffers from severe trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder over her losses, and is unable to receive comfort from anybody, despite the efforts of Maggie. She struggles to believe that Alexandria is a safe haven and often has flashbacks of her brother, leading to mental instability.

Bob Stookey

"So what is it? The good that comes out of this bad?"
—Sasha to Bob before he passes away[src]

In "30 Days Without An Accident", Sasha speaks to Bob about proving his value to the group, and seems to want to keep an eye on him. After the virus hits, Bob is part of the dangerous run to find medicine to help save the lives of sick prisoners, including Sasha. In "Too Far Gone," Sasha thanks Bob for his help, insisting he accepts her gratitude even as he says he doesn't need it (Sasha was not aware of his endangerment to the group because of his need for alcohol). When she nearly passes out during the conversation, he helps steady her. During the Governor's assault on the prison soon after this, Bob is shot, and Sasha, along with Maggie, promises to treat his wound as soon as they escape the premises.

In "Inmates", Sasha is seen bandaging his shoulder, and seems to trust his judgment (when he decides to follow Maggie in her search for Glenn). She wonders at him smiling when he's been shot and in the aftermath of the fall of the prison, and they share a mild flirtation.

In "Alone", Bob and Sasha become even closer, as Maggie is increasingly withdrawn, and finally leaves them altogether. She constantly wonders at his optimistic attitude and happy outlook on the bleak situation they are in. At one point Bob and Sasha share a kiss when she tearfully tells him that he doesn't have to be alone anymore. Bob challenges Sasha's desire to isolate herself emotionally, finally parting ways with her because of his desire to track down Maggie. Sasha eventually realizes he's right, and after she stumbles upon Maggie, they happily reunite with Bob.

When they eventually find Glenn and continue onto Terminus, it appears as though they are in some semblance of a relationship.

After the escape from Terminus, they are seen happily playing a game called 'the good out of the bad', sharing kisses and laughs.

When Bob is found after being mutilated by Gareth's group, she is first relieved until finding out about his walker bite. She becomes extremely angry and brutally murders Martin, in retaliation for what they did to Bob.

She stays with him in his last moments and holds him and even smiles when he tells her about a dream he had of her, in which she was happy and smiling at him.

She becomes inconsolable and filled with rage after his death and wears his army jacket in memory of him.

During the hostage-taking plan involving Grady Hospital cops, she bonds with a cop named Bob who appears to be compassionate. He ultimately betrays her, knocking her unconscious and escaping the building, thus further hardening her resolve.

Sasha continues to mourn Bob at Alexandria, hunting walkers in the woods. It is not until Maggie stops her from killing Gabriel that she re-evaluates what she is doing and decides to move on. She eventually stops wearing the army jacket.


Sasha and Allen have survived together for a certain period of time together with their respective families. After the deaths of his wife Donna and his son Ben, Allen proves hostile to both Sasha and her brother. Allen decides to follow The Governor to attack the prison while Sasha and Tyreese do not.


Sasha and Donna have survived together for a certain period of time together with their respective families. At one point Donna is bitten on the arm. They see the prison nearby and realize it is a place to hide or live in. Sasha wants to kill Donna before they go in the prison, as she is already close to dead and will hold them back. At the end Tyreese convinces her sister to bring Donna with them, where she soon passes away from her injuries. Sasha helps bury her corpse.


Sasha, Tyreese, and Ben's family were a group of survivors together throughout the epidemic. It's unknown if they knew of each other before the outbreak or if they met at a recent survivor camp; however, she seems to be like an authority figure to Ben, as several times she will talk to him in a motherly tone, and when Ben and his father attempt to talk about killing the prison survivors, she looks at Ben in a harsh way to try to convince him to stop after Beth was nice and gave them shovels to bury his mother.

Ben goes a separate way from Sasha and Tyreese in Woodbury, as he's actively involved in working as a soldier for the Governor. He is killed soon before they flee the town.

Rick Grimes

"It could have been us."
—Rick to Sasha after both kill the Terminants[src]

When Sasha arrives at the prison with her group, Rick is initially distrustful but Sasha tries to convince him to let her group stay. He scares the group away after he shouts to get out, which is directed at the hallucination of his wife Lori who appears to him, not Sasha and the others. Rick accepts Sasha into the prison group after she helps protect the civilians of Woodbury, bringing the entire survivors of Woodbury to the prison. Sasha addresses concerns to Rick such as the illness and someone feeding rats as a council member. Once she reunites with the group, Sasha steps up and participates with Rick and Michonne on a supply run. Rick shows his concern for Sasha when she runs off to find Bob who is missing, and the two participate in confronting and killing the Hunters who have eaten Bob's leg. Sasha becomes a primary sniper of the group, as Rick relies on her shooting at a rescue mission in Atlanta and at the gates of Alexandria, calling her name to kill a walker.

Carl Grimes

"Hey, what are you doing? Open the door. Open this door. Come on, man, we're not animals. Hey! You can't just leave us in here! Open this door! Open the door, now!"
—Sasha to Carl[src]

After hearing the screaming of Sasha's group being attacked inside the prison, Carl goes to investigate. Carl helps the group and brings them to safety. He then locks them inside a room, as the group was unsure what to do with them. Sasha is enraged towards Carl for locking them in, and angrily demands that he open the door, though she manages to calm down when Tyreese tells her to do so. Carl was later angry about Rick's decision to let Sasha join the prison, but as time goes on, the two have formed a friendship and get along well.

Judith Grimes

"I'm not letting my brother be the only one that gets to hold that baby."
—Sasha to Bob[src]

From the first time she met Judith at the prison, Sasha showed her affection, saying Judith was the first child she had seen born after the apocalypse. Sasha like most other group members are also very protecting and caring for Judith's well being as in the church she jumped at the chance to hold her.

Glenn Rhee

Although Glenn and Sasha have relatively little interaction, it is known that the two respect each other. When Sasha and her group first arrive at the prison, Glenn allows them to remain just outside their cell block and lets them bury Donna next to the other graves in the field. When someone else in their group suggested attacking Glen and taking the prison for themselves, Sasha denied him, citing that these people had welcomed them in. Glenn promises to vouch for them when Rick returned. Despite Glenn's and Hershel's words, Rick still forces Sasha and her group to leave.

Over the course of the following months after the Woodbury survivors fled to the prison and Rick welcomed Sasha back in, Glenn and Sasha went on numerous supply runs together, strengthening their bond. On one supply run to The Big Spot, Sasha and Glenn worked together to clear the entrance and rescue Bob from the walkers, although neither was successful in the attempt to save him.

Glenn and Sasha were both infected by the influenza and were quarantined together, although neither spoke as Glenn was always busy helping other sick victims.

When the two escaped Terminus, both opted to just leave the place behind instead of going back to kill them all.

When Bob was returned without one of his legs to the Survivors by surviving Terminus residents, Sasha brutally slaughtered Martin, which horrified Glenn.

Glenn expressed his regrets over Tyreese's death to Sasha, wondering if he could have done something more to save him.

Upon their arrival at Alexandria, the two did not easily adapt to the environment, but still tried to make it work within the community.

Sasha was heartbroken and horrified when Negan killed Glenn shortly after killing her boyfriend Abraham.

Hershel Greene

"I don't believe in magic or luck. I do the math and I don't gamble. But I don't know if I'd be here right now if you weren't so damn stupid."
—Sasha to Hershel as she thanks him for his saving her life

Sasha and Hershel have a good and trusting relationship. Hershel desperately pleaded for Rick to let Sasha's group to join the prison, believing they need the numbers for defense against the Governor. Once Sasha officially joins the community, she and Hershel act as members of the council. In "Internment", Hershel saves Sasha when she is sick from the spreading flu. Sasha begins helping Hershel with the other flu victims as she was able to walk again. Hershel is shown to be very grateful. Sasha puts down the victims that die before reanimation as Hershel finds it hard to do. Once Hershel is caught and held hostage outside, Sasha is shown to be outraged and worried. After the Governor decapitated Hershel, Sasha, like many other people from the group, opened fire on the Governor and his men. She mercilessly shoots at the Governor's militia.

Maggie Rhee

"You're gonna make it."
—Maggie to Sasha as they mourn Tyreese and Beth[src]

Sasha and Maggie share a close bond after the fall of the prison. They escape the prison with Bob, who has been shot. After finding a place to rest and treating Bob's gunshot wound, Maggie and Sasha disagree over Maggie's decision to look for Glenn, believing it is better to look for shelter before they can do anything risky. She eventually follows Maggie as Bob decides to, working together to clear out the walkers in the prison bus.

Sasha saves Maggie's life as a fog comes as they are short on bullets. While Bob and Sasha are sleeping, Maggie, who is still looking for Glenn, leaves a note written in the mud to tell them of her departure. Bob insists on keeping their group together. Sasha disagrees, ultimately going on her own to an abandoned loft. While looking out the window, she sees Maggie unconscious on the pavement, walkers nearby. A panicking Sasha races downstairs to help her; their combined efforts wipe out the walker horde. Maggie admits she needs help and support, and Sasha realizes she needs to let people in. The two women embrace and develop a friendship.

After the deaths of Maggie's sister, Beth and Sasha's brother, Tyreese, Maggie is the only person who Sasha feels somewhat comforted with. Maggie assures Sasha that she is going to survive, and that both of them will survive together which is "the hard part". As they share a moment of admiring the sunset, they work together in bringing the mysterious Aaron back to the barn where they stay for shelter later.

The two later bond when Maggie stops her from shooting Gabriel, and the three of them are seen joining hands in prayer.

In Last Day on Earth, Sasha insists on accompanying Rick in escorting Maggie to the Hilltop so she can receive proper medical care.

In The Day Will Come When You Won't Be, after Abraham and Glenn's deaths, Maggie insists everyone return to Alexandria and she will continue to the Hilltop on her own. However, Sasha refuses to let Maggie go by herself and tells the others she will get her there and keep her safe.

During their time at the Hilltop, Maggie and Sasha have started to bond a lot more, eating meals, training the residents on how to fight, and would look out for each other.

During the aftermath of the battle involving Alexandria, the Hilltop, and the Kingdom, who were fighting The Saviors and The Scavengers, Maggie and Jesus track down a zombified Sasha. Jesus pins her down and Maggie sheds multiple tears over her friend's death. Afterwards she puts her down for good.

Beth Greene

"How are you feeling?"
—Sasha to Beth[src]

Sasha and Beth interacted very little, but Sasha was very grateful when Beth and Axel brought shovels to Sasha and her group to bury Donna, Sasha then later complimented Beth by telling her she is very good with the baby. Beth, like everyone else seemed to disagree with Rick's choice to kick Sasha and the rest of her group out the prison. After Sasha rejoins the prison group, she gives Beth a warm greeting. When Beth was killed, Sasha was shown to be shocked and very upset, showing the two had developed a strong friendship. Later when struggling to adjust to Alexandria's society Sasha experiences intense flashbacks of Beth, along with Bob and Tyreese, showing that her death is still affecting her.


"Seems pretty capable to me."
—Sasha to the Governor about Andrea as he says she is unfit to take care of herself[src]

Andrea had found Sasha and her group and told them of Woodbury. When Andrea decides to leave Woodbury, she warns Sasha and Tyreese about The Governor, making Sasha suspicious about the place. Andrea gives Sasha and Tyreese advice about leaving Woodbury as The Governor is gearing for war and Sasha reluctantly lets her leave, but regrets letting her go. Later, when speaking to The Governor, Sasha seems to have taken on board Andrea's words, as she appears unconvinced of The Governor speaking to her about Andrea being unwell and paranoid.

The Governor

Sasha meets the Governor with Tyreese, Allen and Ben at Woodbury after being introduced to the town by Andrea and Milton. They provide him with information on the prison. Sasha proves to be a good contributor as she defends the walls of Woodbury after arriving. When Andrea tries to warn Sasha to leave because of the Governor, he dismisses her behavior, telling Sasha that she is delusional, although Sasha openly expresses her doubt on the Governor's beliefs. Unconvinced of his persona and becoming aware of how deranged and unhinged the man is, Sasha and Tyreese quickly act together to avoid being in the assault against the prison and soon leave, saving the Woodbury civilians left over.

Sasha is later a part of the prison group which fights back against The Governor's assault, ending in his death and the deaths of most of his group.


At Woodbury, Sasha was suspicious of The Governor as well as Martinez. Sasha did not like Martinez's tactics of keeping the walkers contained in a pit, viewing it as immoral.

Daryl Dixon

Daryl and Sasha have a stable relationship. At the prison, they worked together as leaders of supply runs. After learning of Bob's death, Daryl expresses concern over her well-being to Tyreese. At Alexandria, Sasha offered to help Daryl in the quarry run. When Sasha risks her life to save Abraham, Daryl kills the Saviors who threaten both of their lives, much to Sasha's euphoria. The two have formed a mutual respect and bond.

Michonne Hawthorne

"You... you can't do anything! It worked out for you! Don't you see that?"
—Sasha to Michonne about helping her cope with her grief and adjusting to Alexandria[src]

Sasha and Michonne have very little interaction until Tyreese's death. They both remained wary of Eugene's claims of his solution to the virus that caused the outbreak and questioned him over this. As the group trudge along with a herd nearby them, Sasha suggests killing them, but Michonne is reluctant, and instructs Sasha not to channel her grief through killing them, inferring that it would make her reckless, like her brother was when Karen died, although Sasha quickly dismisses this, telling her she is not the same as her brother. Later, as Sasha breaks formation to throwing walkers down, Michonne tells Sasha to stop and pushes her away from them, making her aware of her recklessness, showing Michonne's conscious concern for Sasha's wellbeing.

Michonne's concern for Sasha continues as she and Rosita search for her upon hearing that she has been sleeping in the watch tower instead of her house in Alexandria. In the woods, Michonne witnesses Sasha channeling her grief by going on a killing spree on walkers with her rifle, which Michonne has flashes of herself doing the same with her katana, showing that she sees herself in Sasha. However, Sasha becomes enraged by her help, confronting Michonne about the fact that she has settled into the lifestyle of the Alexandria Safe Zone citizens, claiming it "worked out" for her.

Gabriel Stokes

"Why wouldn't you want to die? You don't deserve to be here. What you did can never be undone. The dead don't choose, but the choices you made, how you sacrifice your own-- (...) Bob was mutilated. Consumed. Destroyed because of your sins. (...) Your brother felt he was apart from it. He was a part of it. He didn't deserve to be here. You don't!..."
—Gabriel to Sasha[src]

Sasha was as distrusting of Gabriel as the rest, but when Bob disappeared she became extremely hostile and suspicious of him. Ultimately she appears to forgive him for what he did and is grateful for his hospitality. In "Conquer", their relationship becomes stained when Gabriel accuses her of killing even when she had no reason to or it wasn't in self-defense, and aggressively throws guilt on her shoulders. Not wanting to believe this, she shouts repeatedly, "STOP! STOP!", before the two have a brief fight. Sasha ultimately wins this fight and points her weapon at Gabriel, who is lying on the floor with Sasha keeping him down with her foot. Maggie walks in and defuses this situation, and the three of them are later seen in a circle in the chapel, praying.

Rosita Espinosa

"Abraham would’ve wanted to go out fighting. And that asshole with the bat took that away too. To go out with a point to going out. I guess we all want that."
—Sasha to Rosita as they plan to kill Negan[src]

Rosita shows a conscious concern for Sasha's mental state at the Alexandria Safe-Zone upon learning that she has been sleeping in the watch tower and hasn't been seen since. She appears shocked and sympathetic at her anger over dismissing Michonne.

When Abraham develops a relationship with Sasha after he breaks up with Rosita, she looks on at them warily, as she is still heartbroken from the break-up. When Sasha notices Rosita is staring at her, she looks at her sympathetically.

After Abraham is killed by Negan, Sasha approaches Rosita and tells her that she will take Abraham's body. Rosita nods, and the two hold hands on top of his body before Eugene helps them carry Abraham away.

Abraham Ford

"It could be thirty years for us here... that's still too short."
—Abraham to Sasha after Denise's death.[src]

Sasha and Abraham initially have a rough relationship. While Abraham attempts to console her, she rejects his attempts and continues on in her downward spiral over the losses of Bob and Tyreese. However, Abraham continues to look out for her regardless of this. As the two come to know each other, they see a reflection: a shared experience of PTSD and a past of recklessly suicidal tendencies. Abraham is broken, and sees Sasha has made great strides to fixing herself. He respects this, and she seems intrigued in helping him overcome his baggage. The relationship takes off, and is as short as it is profound for the two of them. In her dying memories, Sasha recounts the day of Abraham's death, a day in which he taught her the meaning of living: the future. It was this wisdom that gave her the courage to finally kill herself, but with purpose.

When Sasha volunteers to go on a quarry run with Daryl, Abraham decides to go with her to check up on her. Abraham is suspicious that Sasha is trying to die, but Sasha assures him otherwise. She tells him that she is trying to live and move on. She starts to notice his suicidal tendencies and becomes concerned.

As they face an attack from the Saviors and Daryl is missing, Sasha and Abraham get into a heated discussion. She tells him that it is easier to be risking his life and trying to die than trying to survive, protecting a community and being accountable for the community. Abraham tells her that he plans to live a long life anyway, but Sasha is initially not convinced. Sasha tells him again that she is in control and stable again. Abraham begins flirting with her, but she does not accept his advances as she knows he's in a relationship.

When the Saviors stop them on the road, Abraham is held at gunpoint. Sasha speaks up and risks her life to save him, which then leads to both of them being held at gunpoint until Daryl sneaks by and kills the Saviors with an RPG.

Two months pass by and Sasha and Abraham continue bonding. She decides to change her shift on patrol runs and gives it to Eugene. Abraham seems disappointed. Eventually, he breaks up with Rosita. Sasha saves Abraham's life again when a Savior almost kills him and she stabs him repeatedly.

After Denise's death, Abraham reminds Sasha about what she said about him having choices and her having them too. Sasha tells him to come inside, signifying the beginning of their relationship together.

Abraham asks Sasha if she wanted to have a baby showing he wanted to have a family with her.

As Negan is about to kill Abraham, he signals a peace sign to a devastated Sasha. She cries out of grief as he is brutally beaten to death. She later helps carry his body to the RV so he can be buried.

Eugene Porter

Eugene and Sasha have a stable relationship. Initially, Sasha was skeptical about Eugene declaring himself as a scientist with the cure. Sasha saves Eugene's life later at Terminus when they escape, making it clear she was willing to help him at this point. Sasha seems proud of Eugene's growth later. Sasha gives Eugene her job on patrols, showing that she respected him to take on such a risky job outside the walls of Alexandria. She and Eugene work together to get Maggie to a safe place at the Hilltop and look through all the different routes they can take.


"Noah, I told him he wouldn't make it."
—Sasha to Michonne about Noah[src]

Though the two weren't seen interacting much Sasha believed Noah's claim of Beth's whereabouts and accepted him as a member of the group. However when they were travelling to Washington D.C. and Noah says to her "I don't know if I can make it", she coldly replies "Then you won't". However since Sasha was still grieving over Bob, Tyreese and Beth she may not have meant it as it sounded but it's unknown how personal Noah took this. Regardless Sasha is distraught when she learns Noah was killed by walkers but feels guilty for telling him that he will die, holding herself responsible for his death despite playing no part in it.

Deanna Monroe

"This... this isn't real."
—Sasha to Deanna[src]

Deanna shows a conscious concern for Sasha's wellbeing and contribution to the community, but welcomes her suggestions and tries to make her see Deanna’s vision for the future of the community overall. She immediately acknowledges that Sasha is undergoing depression over her losses, and remains cautious of giving her a certain job. Once Sasha volunteers to be the primary look-out on the clock tower, Deanna considers her proposition but wants Sasha to attend her party in return. Sasha is unable to adjust to the lifestyle and culture of the members of the community which heightens as Deanna tells her to join the party guests, saying that she only needs to listen. Sasha becomes overwhelmed with the atmosphere and after receiving traumatic flashbacks, storms out. She later declares that the safe zone isn't real, rejecting the culture Deanna provides, but Deanna tries to make Sasha see a greater purpose, believing Sasha's words to be bullshit, before handing her a box of ammo, indicating she has given her the job of the primary look-out after all.

Spencer Monroe

"Well, if you wanna hang with me I'll make sure you don't get stuck with Mrs. Neudermyer. She really, really likes talking about how much she wants a pasta maker... It's not a conversation you want to have."
—Spencer to Sasha when she arrives at the party[src]

Spencer tries to make small talk with Sasha as she enters the party. She later wanders off as she is unable to deal with her trauma.

Paul Rovia

"Can you keep it between us? Just you and me?"
—Go Getters

Sasha and Jesus have a good relationship. Upon arriving at the Hilltop after Abraham's death, Jesus attempts to comfort Sasha in her grief by reminding her of Abraham's catchphrases. Sasha questions Jesus about Gregory's leadership and asks why he cannot take the position. Jesus explains he merely wants to help people, not run a community. Sasha asks what he wants for the future and he appears uncertain. After this, Jesus defends Sasha and Maggie against Gregory's wishes to send them away. Sasha asks Jesus to find where Negan lives, but also tells him to keep it between them and not tell Maggie, which they both agree they don't like.


"I think we'd need to meet on that one-on-one just to explore..."
—Gregory to Sasha on what she could "offer" him to allow Maggie to stay[src]

Sasha and Gregory have a poor relationship. She is immediately taken aback by deciding to make Maggie leave despite her pregnancy. Later, Gregory appears ignorant, unable to identify Sasha by name. When they meet again, Sasha attempts to get Maggie to stay by offering to scavenge for the Hilltop. Gregory says no, so Sasha asks what she would need to do, to which Gregory speaks about a "one-on-one" sex proposition for Sasha. Maggie immediately intervenes and tells him to go to hell.



Negan Smith

"Oh, honey...God dammit!"
—Negan after he is attacked by a reanimated Sasha[src]

Negan and Sasha shared a brief relationship.

Negan first meets Sasha when she is captured along with her fellow group members in a remote forest. When Negan selects and kills Abraham among them as punishment for the slaughter of his men at their hands, Sasha becomes distraught and horrified as the two had a romantic relationship. Fueled with rage, Sasha would try to take ever chance she could to take down Negan and avenge Abraham and fellow friend Glenn Rhee who also died in the forest.

Sasha eventually falls under Negan's capture again when she tries to assassinate him on a suicide mission. Despite the attempt on his life, Negan openly admires Sasha for her bravery and sees a potential recruit in her. Negan even notes to Sasha that he thinks she's "something else".

When Sasha commits suicide to reanimate as a walker and attack Negan he laments on her demise as her potential for serving at his side was now wasted.



  • The shirt she is wearing in "Made to Suffer" has the logo of a local band out of Atlanta, Georgia, named "Southern Gothic Revival".
  • Sasha was never originally planned for the TV show. After the actress Sonequa Martin-Green auditioned for the role of Michonne Hawthorne, Glen Mazzara liked her audition so much they created Sasha specifically for Sonequa.
  • On Talking Dead, Sonequa Martin-Green confirmed that Sasha's job before the apocalypse was a firefighter.
  • Sonequa Martin-Green was pregnant during the filming of the fifth season. As the season progresses, Sasha noticeably wears baggier clothing, wearing Bob's oversized military jacket, a large black t-shirt, Tyreese's holster and carries a large AR-15. Her clothing remains the same from "Four Walls and a Roof" to "First Time Again". Within the context of the show, Sasha carrying the items worn by the people she loved and lost was symbolic of her refusing to let go of them, according to Sonequa Martin-Green. As Season 6 commences, Sasha has begun a recovery process and volunteers for the quarry run. Noticeably she changes her outfit for the first time since Bob's death, symbolic of her moving on from her losses.
  • The majority of Sasha's storyline in Season 6 and 7 is based on the character Holly from the Comic Series.
  • As of Sasha's death:
    • None of the Williams family members are alive.
    • None of the members from Tyreese's original group are alive.
    • None of the characters who joined the prison community at the end of Season 3 are alive.
    • None of the survivors of the prison flu are alive.
    • Judith is the only character introduced in Season 3 who is still alive.
    • She is the last character to die in Season 7, since Maggie killed her while she was a walker.
      • This also makes her the last walker to die in that season.
  • Sasha is the third main character to be killed in a season finale, the first being Andrea and the second being her Abraham Ford.
  • Sasha was the only walker in Season 7 to kill a living person.
    • She is also the first (and currently only) main character to kill a living person as a walker.
  • Sasha is the sixth main character to become a walker, the first being Shane Walsh, the second being Merle Dixon, the third being Hershel Greene, the fourth being Deanna Monroe, the fifth being Spencer Monroe, the seventh being Simon, the eighth being Enid, the ninth being Tara Chambler, the tenth being Siddiq, the eleventh being Alpha, and the twelfth being Alden.
    • Sasha is the second female main character to become a walker, the first being Deanna Monroe, the third being Enid, the fourth being Tara Chambler, and the fifth being Alpha.
  • Sasha is the third original main character in the TV Series to die, the first being Merle Dixon, the second being Beth Greene, the fourth being Simon, the fifth being Enid, and the sixth being Tara Chambler.
  • Sasha is the second main character to commit suicide, the first being Andrea and third being Carl.
    • However, unlike Andrea and Carl, Sasha still had the option of staying alive. The other two committed suicide to prevent reanimation after being bitten, while Sasha killed herself to reanimate as a walker.
  • When asked about how she felt about reprising her role as Sasha for Tales of The Walking Dead, Sonequa Martin-Green said the following: "I'd love it, I'd loooooove it. I love Sasha. I love The Walking Dead. That was my family before this family (referring to Star Trek: Discovery). What a blessing, by the way, that I've been able to be in two situations back to back that were so familiar that have such reach. I would love to. That would be so much fun. It would be interesting, I was always interested in backstory. Of course, I am as an actor with every character that I play. But as the years went on as Sasha, I was finding so much joy in developing so much backstory that no one would ever know. That's one of the great things about being an actor in TV, is that you get to build so much life over the years and over the seasons. I remember when I decided that I was a firefighter and then built all those memories for myself. But then that started to become part of the conversation. And it was nice. It was nice to be able to create in the privacy of your own home in your own little bubble and then have that become a part of the public conversation. That was really cool to see. So, yeah, that would be great."[1]

International Dubbers

Language Dubber Other Characters Voiced
Czech Antonie Talacková N/A
French Géraldine Asselin N/A
German Irina von Bentheim N/A
Hungarian Bogdányi Titanilla N/A
Italian Domitilla D'Amico N/A
Japanese Sachie Hirai Mika Samuels
Meghan Chambler
Portuguese Letícia Quinto
Samira Fernandes ("First Time Again")
Letícia Quinto:
Samira Fernandes:
Rosita Espinosa (4)
Spanish (Latin America) Lula Kalaydjian (3-7)
Ximena Viver (9)
Ximena Viver:
Michonne Hawthorne (9B)
Bertie (7)
Pamela Milton
Spanish (Spain) Chus Gil
Begoña Hernando ("Made to Suffer")