14 details you may have missed on Sunday's episode of 'The Walking Dead' (2022)

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Kirsten Acuna

2022-03-14T04:42:02Z

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  • Warning: There are spoilers ahead for season 11, episode 12 of "The Walking Dead."
  • Insider rounded up a few details you may have overlooked on Sunday's episode with Margot Bingham.
  • There are numerous callbacks to season five. The protagonist of Eugene's novel has a familiar name.

Max is seen wearing a series of headwraps at the episode's start. Margot Bingham weighed in on the choice.

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"They were very gracious with allowing me to create this look for her at home so that we could really create the most authentic at home natural look and environment for her," Bingham told Insider of collaborating with the show's costume, hair, and makeup departments.

Bingham said wrapping her hair at night is not only something that she does, but that a lot of women doso it was important to show this side of Max on screen.

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"She wants to look good for not only herself, but for a potential partner," Bingham said of Max's feelings for Eugene. "So it was something that I thought was really necessary and I'm happy that they allowed me to do it."

Max is an amalgamation of two characters from the comics: Stephanie and Maxwell Hawkins.

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Stephanie is the name of the comic character who Eugene speaks with over the radio and falls in love with.

On the show, Max reveals that Stephanie was her mother's name. Instead, this version of Max is Pamela Milton's assistant, a role which Maxwell Hawkins has in the comics.

"I think you're gonna see a lot of similarities in a lot of ways with Max, but it's really all up for interpretation and fans will be able to see that as the season progresses," Bingham told Insider when asked about Max's comic connections to Maxwell.

Aaron confirms and reminds us that the Commonwealth has around 50,000 citizens.

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Lance later reiterates this number to Maggie late in the episode. That's the same amount of people the Commonwealth has in the comics and it seems like more than a coincidence that the number is mentioned twice on Sunday's episode.

Lance is very keen to add more numbers to their community. Is his shady, secret organization within the Commonwealth aware of the Civic Republic Military's existence? That group has 200,000 citizens.

Aaron tells Pamela that they received plans to rebuild Alexandria from Maggie.

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He's referencing the "Key to A Future" plan that Georgie presented Maggie with in season eight, episode 12. The binder contained plans for windmills and more to help build a community.

Aaron channels his first appearances on "TWD" right down to his flannel shirt and khakis.

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In order to try and impress Governor Milton, Aaron purposely dresses similarly to his season five self.

"Vera Chow, our costume designer, did a fantastic job of introducing that," Ross Marquand, who plays Aaron, said on aftershow "Talking Dead."

"I'd always pushed for a little bit more of a badass Aaron, but I know that that's not who Aaron is initially, but as time has gone on, I think he's definitely gotten more gruff and I love that transformation," Marquand added of returning to his former look. "To put that plaid shirt back on and tuck it under the khakis, I was like, 'Oh man. This feels wrong,'"

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"He's going full Bob Vila again," joked Khary Payton, who plays Ezekiel, who was also on "Talking Dead."

Max never spoke to Eugene a few episodes ago so he didn't recognize her voice.

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Sunday's episode flashes back to season 11, episode five when Max first encounters Eugene at the Commonwealth. At the time, it wasn't confirmed that she was the real person Eugene had been speaking with on the radio.

You may have thought it was weird that Max never responded to Eugene when he asked her about a flavor of ice cream. Instead, she just looked at him and walked away awkwardly.

Max never said anything to Eugene because he seemed so happy and she didn't know what to do. She also likely didn't want him to question if she may have been the real voice on the radio.

"She has a lot at risk. There's a lot at stake," Bingham told Insider of why she waited until now to say something to Eugene."She works for a very powerful woman [Pamela Milton] and she has family in the Commonwealth.

"There's a lot of people that she has to think about, including herself and now Eugene," Bingham added. "I really think that as we move to the finale, you're gonna see that she's trying everything that she can to do what she can for the people that she loves."

The ice cream scene from the start of the episode is slightly different than the one we saw earlier this season. That's on purpose to view the scene through Max's eyes.

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In a behind-the-scenes feature on AMC+, showrunner Angela Kang says that they filmed the ice cream scene over again for Sunday's episode.

"We're not reusing footage," Kang said in the featurette. "We wanted to let Max have her version of the story, too. So, this is her experience of what that moment was like."

If you rewatch the scene from season 11, episode five over again, you can see some of the small differences in Eugene and Max's facial expressions. Eugene's hair even looks a bit different as if to make him appear a bit more idealized in Max's mind.

"We actually linger in a different expression on her when she and Eugene meet eyes, before she has to go away because we just felt like this is a subjective montage and so she's having a slightly different experience of the same scene," Kang said.

Pamela Milton knew Deanna because they both had ties to Ohio.

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It's not said on Sunday's episode, but Deanna was a Congresswoman for Ohio.

In a departure from the comics, the show cleverly uses Deanna's political background that we learned about on season five to make a connection between the former Alexandria leader and Pamela Milton's political family before the world fell.

Pamela tells Daryl that the two ran into one another in philanthropy circles.Not only does it create a nice through line, but it also shows the stark differences in how these women chose to lead separate groups.

Deanna decided everyone she welcomed into Alexandria should live as equals. Before her death, she provided everyone with a large house and a job assignment at her discretion after getting to know Rick, Michonne, and the others.

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Milton divided the Commonwealth into social classes to try to return the world to the way it was before. The community assigns jobs based on people's professions prior to the zombie apocalypse. These decisions may come back to bite her later in the season since we've seen hints of civil unrest brewing at the Commonwealth.

Lance and Pamela feel like a direct inverse of Aaron and Deanna.

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If Deanna is Pamela's equal, Lance Hornsby is certainly Aaron's counterpart. Hornsby has been searching for communities to join and grow the Commonwealth in the same way Aaron used to search out individuals to join Alexandria.

However, Lance's intentions are less pure of heart than Aaron's ever were. While Aaron never sought out other groups or survivors for personal gain (he previously worked for a non-government organization to help others), Lance has made it clear that he very much seeks power.

While there was always a complete level of trust and respect between Aaron and Deanna, it's tough to say the same for Lance and Pamela.

As we've seen, Lance is running some sort of secret organization within the Commonwealth and starts to lose his cool a bit at the end of Sunday's episode. Though he tells Aaron everything's OK, he might not mind usurping Milton to run the Commonwealth on his own.

In a different world, Deanna, not Pamela, likely would've run the Commonwealth.

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On season five, episode 12, Deanna told Rick that she was trying to return home from Washington D.C. to Ohio to help her people during the fall of the world. However, she was directed into the Alexandria safe-zone and soldiers never returned for her.

If she made it back to Ohio, there's a chance that she, not Pamela, would've been in charge of the Commonwealth. On Sunday's episode, Pamela says she never used to have any interest in politics, but notes that Deanna "was born to run things."

The photo of Deanna and her husband in the frame on Sunday's episode is a press photo.

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The photo in the frame was a behind-the-scenes photo for season five, episode 14 of "The Walking Dead." Production made it black and white for this episode.

There's a reason Daryl shrugs off Mercer's question when he asks what his job was before the apocalypse. He didn't really have one.

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Daryl quickly tells Mercer it "doesn't matter."

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That's because everyone at the Commonwealth is assigned a job based on their former life. In seasons three and four, we learned Daryl was simply a drifter, living with his brother Merle, who was a drug supplier. Daryl really didn't have much of a job. He just learned to become a great hunter.

It's kind of funny that Daryl winds up being part of the Commonwealth's militia.

Back on the season four premiere, Beth's old boyfriend Zach tried to guess Daryl's job before the apocalypse. His guess? "Homicide cop."

Daryl played along with it and said he was an undercover cop, before eventually telling Zach to keep guessing.

Pamela seems surprised that Daryl admires Deanna and it may be because she's not regarded in the same way at the Commonwealth.

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When Pamela asks Daryl if he admires Deanna, she acknowledges that with a hint of surprise.

That may be because it's been teased that not everyone at the Commonwealth respects and loves Milton's way of running things. As Sunday's episode shows, unlike the leaders of other communities (Alexandria, Hilltop, and Oceanside), Milton doesn't seem to get her hands dirty often.

She's put off when she sees one of the undead roaming into Alexandria.

Eugene names the main character in his sci-fi novel after himself and "Stephanie."

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He tells Max, who he believed to be named Stephanie at the time, the protagonist's name is Steph Porter. It's a combination of Stephanie's first name and Eugene's last name.

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What do the W's mean on The Walking Dead? ›

And it also finally confirmed that the Ws we've been seeing on the walkers' heads does, in fact, stand for “Wolves,” a new group threat whose two-man team we got to meet tonight.

Why did Jocelyn Judith? ›

Upon encountering her old friend Michonne, Jocelyn did not change her ways at all and took advantage of her old friend's trust to ransack Alexandria's supplies and kill an innocent survivor and kidnap Alexandria's children, including Judith, to add to her cult.

What's been happening on The Walking Dead? ›

The Walking Dead season 11C release date is October 2, 2022, at 9 pm ET/PT. The first 16 episodes of the extended season 11 are available. Fans are counting down for the final eight episodes to premiere sometime before the end of 2022.

What happened to Rick grimes in the comics? ›

Rick Grimes, as portrayed by Andrew Lincoln in the television series (left), and in the comic book series (right). In the comic book series The Walking Dead, Rick served as the protagonist until he was killed off in Issue 192 in 2019.

Are the Wolves part of Negan's group? ›

Fact: The Scavengers are actually a small part in the comic. What it means: This means they'll most likely be combined with The Saviors. The Scavengers don't play a huge part in the comics, so most likely they're going to be grouped together in the show with The Saviors, which is Negan's group.

What group does Negan belong to? ›

He was the leader of the Saviors, a group of survivors in the Sanctuary that oppresses other survivor communities and forces them to pay tribute to him.

Who kidnapped Judith in The Walking Dead? ›

After the bonfire, Jocelyn and her cult kidnap a preschool aged Judith Grimes and several other children, kill a resident witnessing the kidnapping, and leave with their food supply and guns. The next morning, Michonne and Daryl find one of Jocelyn's kids near an abandoned school.

Does Judith get kidnapped? ›

Michonne even lets little Judith sleep over Jocelyn's house. But then Jocelyn shows her true face when she kidnaps Judith and some of the other children in Alexandria to indoctrinate them into the army of cold-blooded, knife-wielding children she's been traveling with all along.

Is Michonne coming back to The Walking Dead? ›

Fresh out of SDCC, AMC have announced that Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira will reprise their roles as Rick Grimes and Michonne for a special six-part Walking Dead spin-off series in 2023. This series will replace the previously planned Rick Grimes solo movie.

Does Rick return to The Walking Dead? ›

I'm so excited to be returning to the screen as Rick, reuniting with Danai as Michonne, and bringing the fans an epic love story to add to the Walking Dead Universe.”

When did The Walking Dead go wrong? ›

Season 8 marked the lowest ratings for a season, which was dubbed “All Out War.” However, viewers felt that a true war never culminated but instead the show continued aimlessly. Multiple opportunities to kill Negan were presented to Rick and his crew but were unsuccessful.

Who cut off Rick's hand in the comics? ›

One such difference is the fact that, in the comics, Rick Grimes loses a hand. And he loses it pretty early on: in Issue 28, thanks to the Governor. As a punishment for not revealing the location of their camp, the Governor lobs it off himself.

What happened to michonne? ›

Michonne eventually ends up at a seemingly-utopian community known as the Commonwealth, where she is reunited with one of her daughters, Elodie, who she thought had died long ago.

Where did the helicopter take Rick Grimes? ›

After a Civic Republic Military helicopter airlifts Anne/Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) and a gravely-injured Rick (Andrew Lincoln) away from The Walking Dead, the chopper shuttles Rick to safety at a new location: the Civic Republic.

Who is writing W on the Walkers? ›

Benedict Samuel as Wolves Leader, the cold, greedy, uncaring leader of the Wolves, who kill people and take their supplies. They carve "W"s on people's foreheads and let them turn into walkers. Showrunner Scott M. Gimple revealed that "Owen" is one of possible names for the character.

Who are the W people on TWD? ›

Morgan may have referenced them in Season 3 when he tells Rick that walkers were whispering to him. In the comic, The Whisperers wear walker skin to disguise themselves. So it's possible the "W" stands for The Whisperers. However, the show has already alluded to a group called the Wolves.

Why do walkers move in herds? ›

They are usually attracted by sound, leading a few individuals to come together, eventually finding and merging with new groups, growing larger and larger and even more ferocious. Herds wander around without a real purpose until attracted by sounds or prey.

Is Negan a hero or villain? ›

Although other villains exist throughout the series, Negan has been the biggest and most dangerous threat that Rick and his group have ever faced, even more so than both The Governor and Alpha. As a result, overall, he is the primary antagonist of the comic series.

How long was Daryl Negan's prisoner? ›

Seeing an opportunity to exact her revenge, Carol betrays Daryl's trust, and frees Negan from a seven-year-long captivity.

Do Negan and Maggie become friends? ›

"Hell no!" Cohan said with a laugh. "We'll never be friends. You just got to try to make lemonade out of the lemons." Maggie and Negan never being friends gives an interesting built-in conflict to their upcoming spin-off, Isle of the Dead, which will go into production later this year for a 2023 premiere.

What happened to Michonne's baby? ›

After the time jump in season nine, it is revealed that Michonne gave birth to Rick's son, R.J., who she raises with Rick's daughter Judith.

Who kidnapped Michonne? ›

Virgil asked Michonne to put them down, and she obliged, but there were no weapons…and Virgil was not what he seemed. Instead, when Michonne went snooping and discovered Virgil had other people on the island, he captured her and put her through one heck of a trip.

How long has Daryl had dog? ›

For six years, Daryl takes care of Dog, even at his own expense. The two of them have been living in the woods since he wanted to become a recluse after Rick's death. Daryl saves Dog when the animal gets into danger, and the two go on missions together after moving to Hilltop.

How did Rick know Judith isn't his? ›

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Rick must have known when Lori told him that she was pregnant that he couldn't have been Judith's father. That might explain some of his coldness to Lori after the group had to flee the farm. He may have been struggling to accept it because of how things ended up with Shane.

Why does Daryl have scars on his back? ›

AMC's "TWD" finally revealed how Daryl and Michonne received those mysterious "X" scars on their backs. The two were kidnapped and branded by feral children on Sunday's episode.

Is Lori's baby Shane's or Ricks? ›

Judith Grimes, also known as "Judy", is a character first encountered in Issue 39 of Image Comics' The Walking Dead. She is the newborn daughter of Lori Grimes and Shane, the half-sister of Carl, and the adoptive daughter of Rick.

Are Michonne and Rick coming back? ›

I'm so excited to be returning to the screen as Rick, reuniting with Danai as Michonne, and bringing the fans an epic love story to add to the Walking Dead Universe.”

Is there a Rick and Michonne spin-off? ›

At The Walking Dead's final Comic-Panel in San Diego on July 22, fans were treated to a surprise appearance and announcement by Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira, when the duo walked on stage to reveal they had a new Rick and Michonne spin-off series coming to AMC.

Is Rick dead The Walking Dead? ›

Why did Rick leave TWD? ›

However, the Rick Grimes actor confirmed later on that he had left the series because he wanted to be near his family. With his two children staying at his home in the UK, the doting father missed his family terribly.

Where does Rick go in walking dead? ›

For nearly a decade, he was the undisputed face of the franchise, but he was written out of the show in season 9 when Andrew Lincoln decided he wanted to spend more time with his family in England. That said, Rick didn't die; he was airlifted away to parts unknown.

What are all the spin offs of The Walking Dead? ›

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How many years pass in The Walking Dead? ›

While The Walking Dead's official timeline now spans almost 13 years, Fear the Walking Dead puts it back just slightly further.

How old is Clementine final season? ›

The character subsequently appeared in the 2021 series Skybound X and appear later in the comic book of the same name by Tillie Walden in 2022.
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Clementine (The Walking Dead)
Clementine
Age8-9 (Season One) 11 (Season Two) 13 (A New Frontier) 16-17 (The Final Season) 17 (Clementine Book One)
HeightBetween 5'3 - 5'4
Birth Year1994/1995
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How old is Judith? ›

By the current season, Judith is 10 years old, though she is wise beyond her years, as reflected in some of Judith Grimes' best quotes on The Walking Dead. Fierce, independent, strong, and confident, Judith grew up never knowing the world prior to the apocalypse.

Does Rick cut Carl's arm off in Walking Dead? ›

Carl's arm was spared at the last moment, and Walking Dead comic scribe Robert Kirkman had this to say about whether or not Carl will get to keep it in the long run: There were a lot of variations that were discussed, and we're not ruling it out for the future.

What was on Michonne's arm? ›

Oh, so that's where the blood on Michonne's arm came from. Blink-and-you'll-miss-it explanation: When Michonne is talking to Negan, she quickly wipes something off her arm, just as she did while lying in bed in the previous episode. It's clear now that it's walker blood from her late-night adventures.

Why didn't they cut off Rick's hand? ›

Lincoln even campaigned for the storyline, but the practicalities surrounding the action sequences would have proved too difficult for the production team. For that reason, the decision was made for Rick to keep both of his hands.

Did Michonne get pregnant? ›

It turns out that years ago, when Michonne was still pregnant with her and Rick's son, an old friend of hers from college named Jocelyn showed up at Alexandria's gates with a gaggle of orphaned children. Their parents, she explained, hadn't survived the zombie apocalypse.

Who did Michonne meet at the end? ›

At the end of “What We Become”, Michonne was headed north to a shipyard in New Jersey, where Rick had supposedly been taken. Before she could get there, she saved two survivors from a zombie attack and joined up with them. As it turned out, Michonne's two new companions were stragglers from a much larger group.

What happened Michonne's daughter? ›

The fate of her family are unknown. Through hallucinations she has, it is possible that her daughters may have died and/or reanimated during the initial stages of the apocalypse; it is believed that Michonne suffered a permanent psychological trauma because of that.

Is Rick an A or B? ›

Some viewers speculated that Rick's near-death state was to blame, but Jadis now confirms he was always an A, and referring to Rick as a B was merely a ploy to spare him certain death. Rick Grimes treated Jadis with respect and accepted her into Alexandria.

Whats an A or B Walking Dead? ›

"A" or "B"

World Beyond Season 2 Episode 7 confirms "A" means "test subject" and "B" indicates an asset when Jadis, now Warrant Officer Stokes of the CRM, investigates a missing vial stolen from the Civic Republic Research Facility where Lyla conducts classified experiments on empties.

What does CRM stand for Walking Dead? ›

The Civic Republic Military, also known as the CRM, are the overarching antagonists of The Walking Dead TV Universe.

Who are the W People walking dead? ›

The Wolves can be identified with the letter "W" carved on their foreheads. They often mark places they have raided with graffiti that says WOLVES NOT FAR. They mainly use melee weapons such as knives, along with also using molotov cocktails.

Who is the W man TWD? ›

AMC calls him "W Man," IMDb lists him as "Alpha Wolf," and the Walking Dead fan-maintained Wikia has dubbed him "Wolf 1." I'm going to call him "Wolfy," if that's cool with everyone. We first saw the character, played by Australian actor Benedict Samuel, at the end of Season 5, when he encountered Morgan in the woods.

Who is the W guy in walking dead? ›

Benedict Samuel (born 15 April 1988) is an Australian actor, writer, and director best known for playing Jervis Tetch / Mad Hatter in the Fox crime series Gotham and as Owen in The Walking Dead.

How does Carl lose his eye? ›

Carl drops his gun, which Ron picks up and points at Rick, which leads Michonne to impale Ron with her katana, but Ron accidentally shoots out Carl's eye.

What does the W mean on the walkers forehead? ›

Morgan, Morgan, MORGAN. After trailing the group all season, he opens the final episode. Two of those crazy people with W on their forehead show up at his campfire (the W stands for “Wolves,” the gun-toting guy explains, like the beasts of prey who roamed the land before the Europeans showed up).

Who runs Alexandria? ›

Television series. In The Walking Dead television series, the Alexandria Safe-Zone appears in the fifth season and is led by Deanna Monroe (a female adaptation and counterpart of the comic book series' Douglas Monroe).

Why do walkers move in herds? ›

They are usually attracted by sound, leading a few individuals to come together, eventually finding and merging with new groups, growing larger and larger and even more ferocious. Herds wander around without a real purpose until attracted by sounds or prey.

Who is the leader of the Wolves? ›

Wolves live in packs because cooperation allows them to bring down larger prey. The male and female leaders of the pack are called the breeding pair (formerly referred to as alphas). These two animals lead the pack during a hunt and often eat first when a kill is made.

Did the Wolves destroy Noah's home? ›

Noah was taken, while his father was left behind to die. At some point following Noah and his father's departure, the community was pillaged by a hostile group called The Wolves, who killed all the remaining inhabitants. The ruins slowly became overrun by the undead due to a break in one of the walls allowing them in.

Where did the Wolves come from TWD? ›

While some of the comic book antagonists crossed over into the TV show, like the Governor, Negan, and the Whisperers, the Wolves were created specifically for the show, though not out of nowhere. The Wolves are based on the Scavengers, a group led by a man named Derek who attacked Alexandria shortly after Pete's death.

Why does Beta hide his face? ›

Beta also decided to wear a ski mask to hide his identity from strangers to preserve his image as an inspiring musician before the apocalypse while descending into a ruthless killer to stay alive.

Does Beta ever show his face? ›

A record showing Beta's face can be seen on an episode of season five of "Fear the Walking Dead." If you don't watch "Fear TWD," you may have missed this one from September 2019.

What is wrong with betas face? ›

In the episode, streaming now on the AMC website, Beta has a confrontation with Gamma (Thora Birch) that leads to his mask getting torn and part of his face becoming visible.

Is Judith Shane's child? ›

Robert Kirkman revealed in an AMA that Judith is indeed Shane's daughter. Judith was the only baby in the Comic Series who was born after the outbreak, until the birth of Hershel some time after All Out War: Part Two.

Who cut off Rick's hand in the comics? ›

One such difference is the fact that, in the comics, Rick Grimes loses a hand. And he loses it pretty early on: in Issue 28, thanks to the Governor. As a punishment for not revealing the location of their camp, the Governor lobs it off himself.

Is Alexandria in The Walking Dead a real place? ›

It put locations in Atlanta, nearby Senoia and beyond on the map for fans of the show. The set for Alexandria is a real neighborhood in Senoia, Georgia.

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