That's faith. Pure and simple. I understand it might sound stupid, but when things have happened to me, they've followed similar kind of trend and the only explanation I can use is the God. And I believe Dr Carson was ready to accept faith the moment his life ended. Before that it was all pure logic and chaos.Gabriel's perception of being under divine guidance continued to gain traction as the episode progressed -- right up until the doc got shot dead.
Shaken as he was, he didn't give up Eugene under Negan's no doubt intense interrogation. That surprised me.
This is the original run angle and I was slightly surprised to see it in the play, because they've devoted so far from the source material. When I read it first time, I shocked me as much as Shiva's death and finding that King Ezekiel was just an outcast actor, who had found the tiger at his lowest self-destructive moment. Its still shock me as we know there's no cure for the infection.Will sabotaging Negan's plans to use walkers to destroy Hilltop be Dwight's redemption?
She's angry but she's not projecting her wrath correctly. Instead she's like anyone us with her revenge schemes. Rosita should have known better then letting her out her sights. In fact, if she saw whole thing, she should have tried to stop Tara from committing a murder, when Daryl has shown show much of forgiveness. In other words I bet it's her selfness that annoys you. Am I wrong?Tara is starting to annoy me.