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Posted: November 28, 2016 in Television, The Walking Dead

Having split of from the rest of the group after the attack on the communication outpost, Tara and Heath continue their search for supplies. While Heath continues to wear down after the experience of killing the Saviors, Tara maintains a constant optimism and focus on supporting their community. After coming across a bridge that appears to have been walled off, they explore and find a mini settlement that has since been abandoned. They also find a hoard of walkers hiding underneath the sand pile on the opposite side of the bridge and get overrun, causing Heath to go for cover and Tara to fall over the side into the water. She washes up on the shore unconscious and is found by two young women, who spare her life for the time-being.

Dealing with the Apocalypse: There was an interesting contrast in how various characters dealt with their predicaments throughout this episode. Near the start, Heath and Tara were caught up in a fight over whether to continue searching or turn back to Alexandria. While Tara maintained her optimism and focus on the future, she held that perspective at least until she eventually made it back to Alexandria. Heath and the rest of the original Alexandrians had never really dealt with threats like the Saviors until Rick took control. He was having trouble processing what it meant to take lives the way they did, and it still is not clear if he made it back or if he knows about Negan’s revenge.

As for Oceanside, their group had an interesting story as to why they were an all-female community. Having lost so much to the Saviors, they adopted a kill-no-questions-asked policy. Natanya and her group revealed their fate to Tara and their hesitation with keeping her alive. Cindy ended up being the only one willing to give her a chance, holding onto that sense of humanity that Tara ascribed to.

Dropping a Bombshell: There were two major moments in the episode where the viewers and Tara learned what has been happening with the Saviors. Tara’s discovery of Oceanside and the reason for the lack of men was representative of the murdering mentality of Negan. For every community the viewers have encountered, Negan has already spread his control. While Oceanside is separate at this time, they are affected in the way that they are trying to stay hidden and have already lost so much or standing up to the Saviors.

Tara’s return to Alexandria brought forth a moment that viewers may have been dreading for her. She had no idea that Denise was killed by the crossbow or that Glenn and Abraham lost their lives directly to Lucille. She looked broken and unable to reconcile what she missed. She promised to Cindy that she would keep Oceanside a secret and held up her end of the bargain as she got grilled by Rosita. It is hard to tell how she will recover and what role she will play in the eventual challenge to the Saviors. Will she eventually give up Oceanside or will someone else discover its existence?

Question of the Week: Was that the last we will see of Oceanside?

In Memoriam: a bunch of dried out walkers


Waking up at the Hilltop, Maggie jumps directly from a  consultation about her baby to catching up with Sasha. They visit the newly filled graves for Glenn and Abraham and share a moment before Jesus arrives. While the recommendation for Maggie is to remain at the Hilltop to recover, Gregory arrives at the graves and immediately insists that Maggie and Sasha go back to Alexandria. While they are given the night to rest, they are woken up by loud music and a horde of walkers marching through the front gate. Meanwhile, Rick and Michonne go off on their own separate adventures, leaving Carl to chase after and protect Enid.

The Cowardice of Gregory: It was clear from the first meeting with Gregory that he is a self-preservationist. He cares not for the safety of his people nearly as much as he does for himself. He was a bit dismissive of Rick and his people at the beginning, but he saw Rick’s promise to eliminate the Saviors as a chance to preserve his quiet piece of the world and his belongings. Maggie and Sasha have brought significant challenge to his order and have no issue with expressing their distrust of his leadership. He was willing to give the two up to the Saviors, but Jesus was smart enough to predict Gregory’s cowardly decision-making.

The Continued Strength of Maggie: Unlike many other characters on the show, Maggie has used tragedy as an immediate turnaround to focus on next steps. While she needs to give herself a chance to recover from her trauma, she refused to ignore opportunity to protect the Hilltop from walkers and even got worked up in front of Gregory in a challenge to his leadership. There is a clear sense that she is on a path toward power. Gregory is not long for his role and is likely one or two more errors away from either Maggie taking hold of the opportunity or Jesus helping to get her to assume the role.

Complicated Young Love: Carl has acted like he’s been done with Enid a couple of times, but this episode had him tell her directly, only to break that statement almost immediately. He truly cares about her, and he took a moment to show it with the kiss after their skating date. The young couple may actually have a chance if Enid can find a way to stay put and if Carl can survive the trip to the Sanctuary. Will Negan allow Carl to continue to explore his romantic future?

With the Saviors showing their force against the Hilltop, they have visited all three communities within the first part of the seventh season. Negan’s influence is all-encompassing at the moment. What will be the action or force to push back?

Question of the Week: What type of leader could Maggie become?

In Memoriam: walkers (by knife and vehicle), Gregory’s pride

Way ahead of schedule, Negan arrives at the gate of Alexandria, ready to get to work on their new relationship. The surprise visit starts off a little rocky, as the townspeople were not prepared for an army to walk through the gate. Spencer almost pushes Negan’s button, but Rick steps in to ensure that they just get down to business. The Saviors begin their tour of the town and the process of taking half of their belongings. The interaction does not go well at time, with Carl struggling with the taking of all of the medicine and Negan realizing that a few of the guns are not with the rest of the inventory. While all of the bumps are smoothed over, Negan drives off leaving the town miffed about what their future will be under Negan’s rule.

It’s Negan’s World: …and they’re just living in it. The instant Negan walked through the gate, he knew that he owned everyone in his presence. It did not matter that the town was heavily armed or that some of the Alexandrians are still ready to fight. He knew how to manipulate everyone around him. He handed Lucille over to Rick to emasculate him through carrying it around the entire visit. He calmly handled Carl while he was handling a loaded gun. He kept Olivia captive while waiting for the missing guns. He broke Daryl to the point that he did not even tempt the idea of speaking up to see if Negan would let him go. At the very end, he was able to walk away knowing that Rick was a tamed animal, at least at the moment.

Rick’s Controversial Passive Presence: There were times were Rick appeared ready to take a swing at Negan. Surprisingly, it was not when Negan was threatening Carl. The split second when Negan took out the walker with the candlestick was the moment where he appeared to be the most ready to take a swing with Lucille. It was not until late in the episode that it became apparent how aware Rick was to the potential dangers to his people’s lives. There were certain people who were missing and Negan looked ready to assert his dominance at numerous moments.

Also…bombshell…Judith is Shane’s daughter. While this may not have been a major surprise, there did not seem to be a reason before to revisit that part of the story. The moment with Michonne where he got a chance to explain his passive behavior around Negan and the Saviors finally allowed him to explain how Judith’s presence had an impact on his decision not to fight or plan to attack the Saviors…at least at this point.

Setup for an All-Out War: For those that know the comics, you know what is coming. For those looking just at the show, there were a number of moments that helped to push the story forward in this one, including points where it seemed that Negan was gaining more position. Carl’s anger, Michonne’s realization that Negan was messing with them, and Rosita’s visit to Eugene to get him to make bullets all provide seeds for the group to reorganize and start to develop a new plan. Rick prevented himself from lashing out but he appears more broken at the moment.

What they have not realized at the moment is that there are three communities out there that are being terrorized and could potentially have the manpower and resources to consider a fight against the Saviors.

Question of the Week: Father Gabriel seems to believe in Rick more now than before the invasion of the Saviors into their lives. What do you believe has changed Gabriel’s mind?

In Memoriam: several of the Savior walkers

Away from Negan’s chaos, Morgan and Carol are approached by a couple of young men checking if they are alright. They lead Morgan and Carol back to an unknown community for her to recover. When she wakes after 2 days, Morgan takes her to an auditorium, where she meets Ezekiel and his pet tiger Shiva. Taken aback by the medieval presentation, Carol goes into survival mode while she continues to feel out her safety and look for a chance to escape. Meanwhile, Morgan continues to explore the intentions of Ezekiel and find his place as part of the Kingdom.

Carol’s Trust Issues: When we last left Carol, she was ready to die. Taking lives just weighed too much on her, so to be dragged into a new community left her in a state of distress. She cannot accept Morgan’s attempts to try to save her physically, emotionally, and morally. While she can be real with him, she also refuses to listen to anything he says. The sweet persona works on the residents of the Kingdom initially, but Ezekiel saw right through it. He told his story in an effort to make a connection, but it was actually his refusal to let her live in peace outside of the Kingdom that may have finally taken a brick out of the wall.

Morgan’s Purpose: Throughout the episode, Morgan spent much of his effort trying to protect Carol and convince her not to leave the Kingdom. Since leaving Rick, he has made it his mission to protect a member of his new family. Now at the Kingdom and with Carol trying to make her escape regardless of his effort, he has decided to spend more time with Ezekiel to understand how this community seems to work so well. It was a shock to him to find out that the Saviors know about and syphon off resources from the Kingdom, but he also seemed to understand Ezekiel’s hesitation with revealing the reality of the Saviors to the rest of his people. While he first believed that Ezekiel brought him along because of his last encounter with a Savior, he discovered that Ezekiel actually respected Morgan’s desire for peace.

Ezekiel’s History: For fans who have not read the comics, the presentation of an overdramatic king and his tiger probably felt like the show has lost its way. Not until Ezekiel revealed his backstory did he seem to have a true sense of understanding of the world he was in. Being a zookeeper seemed like an odd place to have started from to become the leader of this community, but anyone walking in with a tamed tiger makes sense for becoming the king of the kingdom. What his story truly revealed was that he was just trying to find a sense of purpose like everyone else after the apocalypse. Being able to help people feel safe and be productive made him feel good. He looks to be a significant influence on Carol, helping her try to recover her broken connection with the world and with those that care for her.

Palate Cleanser: A couple of quick things…this episode was necessary after the season premiere. It was quite gruesome and many actually had significant issue with it. There were even some groups that wanted to attack the show for going too far and being too gory for children. The show airs at 9pm on Sunday and is rated for more mature audiences. The comics provided the roadmap for the deaths of Glenn and Abraham (even if only slightly altered). I agree that the images were hard to get out of my head, but that moment was so iconic of the show that I can accept it for what it is. Just like the Red Wedding for Game of Thrones, Glenn’s death and Negan’s reveal are critical for pushing the story forward.

If you are too put off by the first episode of season seven, then do not worry about continuing with the show. Things are only going to get more gruesome in a zombie apocalypse.

Question of the Week: Given Carol’s attempt to distance herself, do you think there is opportunity in her meeting Ezekiel to find a meaningful connection to the world?

In Memoriam: a handful of walkers

On the heels of Negan’s show of force, Rick’s crew is left with realizing that they have lost part of their family. Watching Abraham stand strong but left to become a pool of death, anger and loss immediately overwhelmed the group. Not wanting to let it stand and unable to deal with Negan’s taunting, Daryl lashes out and gets a punch on Negan’s chin. Rather than immediately retaliating and hitting Daryl, Negan takes a moment reflect on the backlash. Choosing to respect Daryl’s grit, Negan turns his bat toward Glenn and strikes. Rick is dragged into the RV, fails on an attempt to take out Negan, and is later returned with a similar loss of control. Believing that Rick still did not get it, he forces Rick to believe he had to cut off Carl’s hand or sacrifice the entire group but stops him just before the cut to capture that moment of Rick’s full break. Negan gathers his crew, throws Daryl into the back of a van, and leaves the rest of the group to pine over the loss of their family.

The Great Reveal: While I believe that I called the deaths of both Abraham and Glenn, it still does not prepare anyone for how the production crew would pull off the scene. Abraham’s moment of strength likely encouraged Negan to pick him. In the comics, Abraham would have died a couple episodes earlier when dealing with the Saviors, pre-Negan. This felt like more of a continuity correction than Glenn’s death did, but it was well-crafted to weave into this telling of the story. No more one liners from the king of one liners.

Glenn…we will miss you. The scene was so well acted and mirrored elements of the comics almost perfectly. Having his head bashed in with his eye popped out was just incredible, shocking, and devastating. You could feel the pain from Maggie, Rick, and the others as they watched the moral compass of their group have the life drained out of him. The image of Negan in the shadows and backlit still wailing on Glenn’s husk of a body was haunting. This will be a moment of building for the group, but Daryl will not be able to let this go.


Balance of Power Shifted: The entire episode was a tribute to Negan’s strength and power. Fans were so angry at the end of season 6 because of the cliffhanger ending. I believe that the significance of Negan’s introduction was lost. The episode did drag out the reveal a bit, but I believe that the focus on suspense was perfectly done.

Now to the actual power, Negan has an army and now Rick’s confidence in his pocket. He has taken out two of Rick’s closest people and stolen away Daryl. He nearly forced Rick to cut off Carl’s arm. He broke him. Rick had that moment of confidence that he and his family could do anything, survive anything. The group will need time to rebuild their strength and their sense of purpose. They will need to figure out how to save Daryl. For now, Negan is king.

Dealing with Loss: This will be a season/series-long issue. While there has not been much conversation about most of the people who have been lost for a while, their presence is still felt and Glenn and Abraham will remain a spiritual part of this show for years.

Sasha and Rosita were able to grieve together for a moment, but both of them will be lost for a while. For Rosita, she had somewhat separated from Abraham, but Negan taunted his death in her face while Sasha had to fear and cry indirectly in the shadow of the encounter. Sasha and Abraham were envisioning a life together. She was seeing hope, which is something you never want to do in this type of world. Just as Rick’s confidence is gone, Sasha now has had her life stolen from her. Whether she will become reckless or break into despair will remain to be seen.

Daryl’s lashing out against Negan was the type of lone wolf response you would expect from him. He finally felt like part of the family and struggled watching Abraham’s sacrifice and Rosita’s torture. He will likely be at the whim of both Negan and Dwight, while torturing himself for feeling accountable for Glenn’s death.

I’ve already talked about Rick’s tourture…but then there is Maggie. She lost the love of her life and had to watch the brutality in-person. She should be completely broken. Once Negan left, she was driven to want to fight back. Knowing what her comic future looks like, she is showing immediate leadership qualities. She wants to avenge her loss, not be paralyzed by it. She will bring to question whether people trust Rick to continue to lead Alexandria or trust him against the rule of Negan. Maggie will likely appear to be the stronger of the two and may take away any sense of leadership people still connect with Rick.


Question of the Week: What do you believe Daryl’s fate looks like considering his misstep against Negan?

In Memoriam: Glenn & Abraham…rest in peace…

With Maggie in dire need of medical care, Rick and quite a large crew jump into the RV and take a trip toward the Hilltop. Fearing the potential of an attack on the road, the core crew decides that they need to have strength in numbers. They find this to be true, as they run into Saviors on every path they take. In their first encounter, Rick introduces the idea that it could the someone’s last day on Earth, which later appears to be the case when the group finally meets the infamous Negan and his bat Lucille.

Meanwhile, Morgan continues his journey to find Carol and discovers that she had not gone far but had been injured in her fight with the Saviors. He tends to her but she is weak and resisting returning to Alexandria. While distracted, Carol slips away but is caught but the survivor from the ambush. He disarms her and shoots her in the arm and the leg before Morgan appears to save her.


#WhoIsIt?: The question for the next several months will be which one of our favorite characters met their end to Lucille. In an early conversation from Talking Dead, it actually appears that the cast may not even know which one actually met their end. Theories will be abundant throughout the summer. For now, all we know are the suspects…

Rick & Carl: This seems unlikely. Megan needs Rick to keep his people working and killing Carl would result in Rick losing interest in going on.

Daryl: One of the likely candidates…I previously talked about this one. He has caused a lot of trouble for the Saviors and would be a significant enough loss to kill Alexandria’s sense of fight but make a statement to fall in line with their new boss.

Glenn: Besides the comics serving as source material, Glenn’s outburst may have set his fate. When Negan pointed the bat at Maggie, the outburst may not have been such a freebie as indicated.

Maggie: She is already sickly and Negan’s threats already pushed Glenn out of position. Her death would be a clearly heartbreaking moment for the entire group and she appears too weak to be useful to Negan’s cause.

Eugene: Taking the RV on his own was a badass moment, but it was foolish. They were surrounded the entire trip and he was clearly going to get captured. The question is whether Negan randomly picked him.

Abraham: Puffing up while kneeling on the ground probably made a bit of an impression with Negan. The question would be whether Abraham appears more useful as a worker or as an example.

Rosita & Michonne: Negan does not kill woman (in the comics) and does not likely take his revenge on these two.

Aaron: This is a possibility, but the death would not be a major one in the context of the character development. While Negan might pick randomly, the show’s developers would not leave that up to chance.

Morgan’s Attempt at Redemption: Other than the main storyline with Negan’s arrival, Morgan was still out on the search for Carol and found her rather quickly. While she initially accepted his help, she refused to return with him and made a speech about why she can no longer be with the people she loves. When faced with the life or death situation with Carol’s stalker, he hesitated only long enough to give the guy a chance. He moved the gun toward Carol so Morgan pulled the trigger. This is a major challenge to his life is precious concept, but it also pulled a page from Carol’s book, as he paid a price for saving someone he cared about and wanted to save.

The Saviors: Not much to say here, as we knew they were a threat and Negan gives them that leader that matches the group the fans fear. Their numbers are great and will give Rick and the others a real challenge moving forward.


Meanwhile, there was another element released at the end of the Morgan and Carol story. The men in armor are going to add a new group to the mix who will be important to providing support against the Saviors.

In Memoriam: the Savior stalker and one of the beloved core members of Rick and the Alexandrians

Question of the Week: #WhoIsIt?

Soon after learning about Carol’s quiet departure from Alexandria, Daryl goes speeding out of the town on his motorcycle and creates some alarm for the disappearance of some of their best fighters as they prepare for a potential battle with the Saviors. Following suit, Glenn, Michonne, and Rosita take off to track Daryl, while Rick and Morgan go searching for Carol. When Glenn’s group finds Daryl, they reveal his obsession with getting back at Dwight for killing Denise and his role in the brunt forest. For Rick and Morgan, they discover the remains of a battle on the road where it appears Carol fought off a group of men in a pickup truck. They continue their search but neglect to catch that one of the men survived the attack and is trailing them.

maxresdefaultCarol’s Last Stand: It has been building for a while. Carol continues down a spiral of despair over the murders she has committed. While one could argue that she should feel justified in her need to kill for survival and to protect the ones she loves, the weight of the death against her rekindling of her religion has made the experience excruciating for her. She clearly still prepares for the potential of a fight, e.g. sewing the gun into her sleeve, but she has also broken down in tears multiple times now as she fights off the Saviors. As the body count keeps going up, her sanity will likely continues to fade.

east-airs-sunday-on-amcNot the Time to Split Up: While Rick clearly cares about his people as a family, it seems like the wrong time to go in different directions to track down the rogues. There are clearly some fighters back at home, e.g. Abraham, Sasha, Maggie, and Carl, but they best fighters are chasing down an enraged Daryl and an unpredictable Carol. This is creating a clear opportunity for the Saviors to strike. They appear to already have their intel to know about the community and somewhat about the people, so now they just need to pick off the group one by one. This, of course, led to the capture of Michonne, Glenn, Rosita, and Daryl at the end of the episode and the infamous shooting of Daryl in the shoulder by Dwight. He does not appear to have taken a fatal wound, even though that was a lot of blood that shot at the camera.

AMC_TWD_EastContinued Controversy Over Ideals: The pairing of Rick and Morgan going after Carol was an intentional one. Their philosophies over how to survive have taken drastically different paths, much like the disagreements between Morgan and Carol. Rick kills without thinking at times, like when he interrogates, does not get an answer, and then plunges a knife into his captive’s head. At the farm, there was a moment when Rick would have killed the man they discovered looking for his horse, but a combination of Morgan and a cluster of walkers were able to distract him long enough to prevent the death. In that moment after their fought off the walkers, Morgan was able to redeem himself for the more passive way his has dealt with the atrocities around him, explaining that saving the Wolf led to the saving of Denise and then she saved Carl after he was shot. This “circle of life” moment prevented Rick from having to bury his son too early. They went their separate ways, but a clear respect had been rekindled in that moment.

The Moment of TruthThe season has been leading up to the big reveal of Negan. We know the actor and have seen a few images, but the biggest question still remains…who meets their end to Negan’s baseball bat Lucille? Here are my top candidates and theories.

the-walking-dead-episode-509-glenn-yeun-1200-cGlenn can’t escape this one. For all the times that Glenn has escaped death, this has been the most foreshadowed moment of his demise. The comics work against him because everyone knows that he meets his end at this point of the story and in front of Maggie. Glenn is the one who sees the pictures in the Savior compound of others who met with Lucille. Glenn also had his first human kill in that attack, meaning that his killing virginity is gone and horror movie standards would dictate that he is now vulnerable to meeting his end. While this is the most likely situation, Steven, the actor, has no significant upcoming projects other than his role on this show.

TWD_615_GP_1030_0457-RT-2040.0Daryl dies, everyone riots. The gunshot wound was not fatal. It would be one of the weakest ways to go out and Dwight does not deserve to be the man who takes down Daryl Dixon. Megan could be that person. Daryl has quite the body count of the Saviors. He blew up the group on the road with the rocket launcher. Megan may have actually been in a car in the background at the time, as theory has projected in an analysis of the scene. He kills several of their people in the compound. He fought off some of the Saviors during Dwight’s first attack on the road. He is one of Alexandria’s best fighters, but he also has had a diminished story ever since Beth’s death and Carol’s story focusing more toward her inner conflict. Norman has a lot of outside projects which could challenge his ability to continue on the show, and there was the interview where he said that he “played” Daryl Dixon. That might just be a slip-up, but we will know very soon.

1459179763-image-11Carol’s heroics get her killed. Several times in the series, Carol has stepped in at the last moment to save the group, with the most significant moment being at Terminus. Her conflict has her at a place where she cannot live with herself and her killing ways, but she also will never truly abandon her family. She has racked up a body count as well with her conflicted but deadly encounters with the Saviors. She is currently off on her own and could be captured or find herself in a failed attempt to save her group. In the comics, Negan does not kill women, but this is not the comics and the producers have said they will take a strong left turn in the telling of this story.

abraham-walking-dead2-1200x707Abraham asks no more questions. Now starts the characters who don’t seem likely to bite the bullet, or meet Lucille up close, but could potentially be in danger. In the comics, he would have switched places with Denise and met his end from Dwight. Instead, he continues to be in the fight. Negan may know that he was present during the encounter with the biker gang, but Abraham’s death to Negan lacks the significance this introduction would indicate. He would be a safer pick to kill though because of the fans’ love of mainstays, including Daryl, Rick, Carol, and Michonne. The story could move on without him, but would fans feel satisfied?

landscape-1459350556-the-walking-dead-andrew-lincoln-rickRick takes one for the team. This is actually my least likely prediction. He is the center of this story and I don’t see this show pulling a Ned Stark circa Game of Thrones. Still, this would be a shocker and one that would be the strong left turn the producers have hinted at. Who steps up to lead? How does the group get revenge?

walking-dead-maggieMaggie falls in front of her love. We know Glenn has been captured and can guess that Maggie is not far behind. She needs to get to the Hilltop for medical help. She collapsed at the end of the last episode. If she finds herself in front of Negan, she would be a shocking loss after surviving the entire rest of her family. In addition, one of the original versions of the comic included a situation where Negan gives Rick a gun and forces him to choose to shoot Glenn or Maggie. He ends up shootings Glenn after hearing his pleas to save his wife. Could they take that concept and merge it into the upcoming scene?

twd6-15-1Rosita has little to fight for. Also not big enough to be the impactful death we are waiting for, Rosita is in a lost place at the moment. Single for the first time and distraught after learning that Sasha has stolen her former lover. There is potential for her to be with Eugene (another character who seems to be limited in his story development but who did discover the machinery to produce bullets), but there is no guarantee that they would end up together as she currently has a thing with Spencer. This still goes against Negan’s choice not to kill women, but it could be a secondary death.

the-walking-dead-episode-509-michonne-gurira-1200-c-800x450Michonne’s death is Rick’s motivation. In a stunning turn, Michonne could meet her end to Negan. Again, this goes against his ideals, but it could serve as motivation for Rick moving forward. We also know that the women in Rick’s life are never really safe. She will not have her sword to protect her. Danai is also very active outside of the show and could be refocusing her attention on new projects.

Any other option does not seem possible at this point. There are no other characters that have been teased to potentially get captured and none of them seem significant enough of a death to match the arrival of Negan. Bringing on such a major character also stretches the size of the cast a bit, as Dwight will also be more significant moving forward as well.

think-the-walking-dead-season-6-has-been-intense-norman-reedus-says-we-haven-t-seen-anyth-764487Another Potential Surprise Death: While we are focusing on the arrival of Negan, the episode is a 90-minute one. This provides more time for more challenges for Rick’s group. There will need to be something done to save Maggie from the pregnancy challenges she is experiencing. That means they have to travel between communities and Negan’s group is clearly out there. The assumption is that the only confrontation will be when Rick gets captured and joins the rest of his group for Negan’s reveal. There is also the possibility that Abraham’s comic fate could spring up during their travel or that someone else finds themselves in danger.

The episode fans have been waiting for is only a day away. Theories are about to be answered and someone is meeting their end…but who? Hopefully it does not end in a cliffhanger as it could.

In Memoriam: more of Negan’s crew (by Carol’s and Rick’s hands)

Question of the Week: If Rick were to fall by Negan’s bat, who would take his place as the leader of Alexandria?