The Walking Dead star wants Abraham to have a threesome, not a love triangle

Feb 11, 2016 at 4:58 p.m. ET
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The first half of The Walking Dead Season 6 left us perfectly set up for an Abraham/Sasha/Rosita love triangle, but if Michael Cudlitz has anything to do with it, no one will be left out of the equation.

"Absolutely, we would expect some sort of geometric thing to come out of that," Cudlitz said in a recent interview with People when asked if his character Abraham would be involved in the aforementioned love triangle in the second half of the season.

The "geometric thing" he speaks of just might not be a triangle, necessarily.

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"Well, everyone keeps saying, you know, 'Why are you going to choose her over her...' Why does anyone have to choose? It's the zombie apocalypse!" Cudlitz joked — we think. "Oh, now we have rules... Oh, I'm sorry. Yes, 'On our date tomorrow night we'll figure it out.'"

I mean, he kind of has a point. While fighting zombies and other crazed survivors, one can't really bothered with romantic drama.

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When Sasha told Abraham he had "something to take care of" after he came on to her in Season 6 Episode 6, we all figured it meant she wanted him to break things off with Rosita. But this new info from Cudlitz takes our minds to whole new dirty places. Could Sasha have been propositioning Abe and Rosita for a threesome?

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It's not surprising that Cudlitz has such a hilarious solution to the Rosita/Sasha conundrum, considering Abraham is known for having some of the best quips on The Walking Dead.

And what's Cudlitz's favorite Abe one-liner?

"'Who's Deanna?'" he told People. "I think that's become my favorite because it's... when it stands alone, 'Who's Deanna,' you sort of go, 'What does that mean?' But the way that it sort of rose, and the way that they edit it into the show, I think it speaks so much about Abraham and, you know, it just cuts through everything. I think that line best, sort of, personifies his personality and everything about him."

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Watch Cudlitz talk more about Abraham below.

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