But I was like, "Dude, wow, that's the strangest f---ing declaration of love I've ever heard in my life."  Is Abraham a little let down that he didn't get a big reaction from Sasha after he professed his feelings? He fully understands what she is going through, and that in itself is something that pulls them together.
But he comes come to terms with basically, "What am I doing? That helps him process and see what he's been doing. He thinks he's so clever and nobody knows what I'm doing, and then when it gets transparent and you're like, "Wow, I'm just acting like an ass--- and everybody is aware of it." So, it's a great sort of self-realization. He's never met anyone like Sasha, so I think he's like, "Look, it's the new world order, let's f---ing see what that would be like. " Was it being called out that also made him think about Sasha in a more romantic way? boss on that possible death: "It's not always going to be a happy ending" What is it about Sasha that attracts Abraham?EP Teases Final Season Surprises Before diving into executive producer Josh Berman‘s explanation of the series finale’s ending, let’s quickly recap how things left off for the Harrison/Parker gang: Stacey went into labor before her wedding to Owen, resulting in the birth of their twins; Kim represented Dave in court, eventually admitting her feelings for him; and Jane and “Ian” lived happily ever after. TVLINE | I feel like having Jane end up with “Ian,” rather than Grayson, was kind of a bold move after six seasons. It’s about falling in love with someone’s TVLINE | Did you anticipate that some fans might not be happy with that ending?I hope the fans will understand why the series is ending this way. TVLINE | How did Jackson Hurst feel about not appearing in the final few episodes? I wouldn’t have written the ending this way if it would offend or hurt him in any way. TVLINE | In your mind, what’s next for Jane and “Ian”?When he notices an extra RPG strapped to the back of a walker who is suspended off the side of the bridge, Abraham crawls out toward it and screams in its face rather than killing it and taking the RPG.In the aftermath, Sasha's words finally seem to sink in.I don't think he knows, and that's going to evolve over this season, him finding what it means to live more than just for the moment, just for today, just to survive.