7 characters who prove why kids are untrustworthy on The Walking Dead

Cassady McClincy as Lydia, Matt Lintz as Henry - The Walking Dead _ Season 9, Episode 15 - Photo Credit: Jackson Lee Davis/AMC
Cassady McClincy as Lydia, Matt Lintz as Henry - The Walking Dead _ Season 9, Episode 15 - Photo Credit: Jackson Lee Davis/AMC /
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Alexa Nisenson as Charlie – Fear the Walking Dead _ Season 5, Episode 4 – Photo Credit: Ryan Green/AMC /

4. Charlie (Fear The Walking Dead)

Unlike the prior entries in this slideshow, Charlie (Alexa Nissenson) calls Fear The Walking Dead her home. She was introduced in the first few episodes of Season 4 as somewhat of an ambiguous character. Charlie kept her past and identity a secret from Nick (Frank Dillane) and the others, and then successfully infiltrated their group in a major coup.

In doing so, Charlie gave Melvin (Kevin Zegers) and Ennis the leverage needed to extort the Stadium group for supplies. The plan didn’t entirely work out but it only came together because Charlie’s innocent appearance granted her safe passage through the gates. Had Melvin and Ennis attempted the same play, either one of them would’ve been exposed as a spy fairly early on.

We should mention that Charlie’s mean streak didn’t end with Ennis’ attack on the Stadium. She stuck with the Vultures after the incident, not sharing any sort of remorse for her actions. What Charlie didn’t count on was running into Nick or Alicia again.

Before Charlie crosses paths with Nick again, her former friend and Ennis wind up in an altercation. They encounter each other unexpectedly while exploring a silo, followed by them duking it out. Nick comes out of the bout victorious but it’s a short-lived one.

When Charlie learns that Nick killed her oldest and presumably only friend, she chases after the latter. Nick has no idea what’s about to happen and is even more surprised when Charlie shoots him in the chest.

Since that dark turn of events, Charlie has made a slight turnaround in an attempt to redeem herself. She’s currently working to regain control of the C&L denim factory but what’s to say Charlie won’t go back to her old ways. Who knows, Charlie might even side with Logan (Matt Frewer) and become his new lackey. We hope that’s not the case but her past transgressions more than prove why fans should remain wary of her.